• SaskWater currently has no Precautionary Drinking Water Advisories on its systems.
  • Service Bulletin & PDWA: Saskatoon Potable West Supply System, February 28, 2017
  • Information on the Buffalo Pound Non-Potable Water Supply System - East (Yancoal) Feasibility Study
  • Service Interruption Bulletin: Buffalo Pound Potable Water Supply, February 28, 2017
  • Service Bulletin: Diefenbaker Lake District, Lake Lake South (Coteau Hills) Non-Potable Pipeline
  • Why work at SaskWater?

    SaskWater offers a variety of employment opportunities in communities throughout Saskatchewan. Career opportunities are available in a variety of fields, including: business administration, marketing and communications, policy development and strategic planning, customer service, human resources, finance, legal, health and safety, facility systems and operations, engineering, engineering technology and water and wastewater treatment.

    SaskWater provides a very attractive option for those in the job market. SaskWater employees receive a wide range of benefits, including:

    • Competitive salaries
    • Health, dental and vision care plans
    • Employee and dependant life insurance plans
    • Accident and long and short term disability insurance plans
    • Employer contribution to defined contribution pension plan
    • Continuing education
    • Ongoing recognition program

    SaskWater is committed to the development of future employees, and as such, participates in co-operative work-study programs.

    Employees

     

    At SaskWater, employees are the corporation's most important asset and provide a valuable connection to our customers, industry contacts and the general public.

     

    Headquartered in Moose Jaw, SaskWater has approximately 130 employees working in 14 provincial locations: Moose Jaw, Watrous, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Hanley, Wakaw, Melfort, Regina, Gravelbourg, Meota, Cochin, La Ronge, Cupar and Melville.

     

    SaskWater operates in a unionized environment; 77 of our permanent employees are members of the UNIFOR Union, Local 820.

     

    The corporation is divided into three units: Corporate Management, Business Development and Corporate Services, and Operations and Engineering.

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