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Why work for Sun Country Health Region?
We provide quality health care.
We have many opportunities across the Region for talented individuals looking for a challenging and rewarding career. From physicians to administration staff, nurses to maintenance people, our diverse range of opportunities means that we are constantly on the lookout for new talent. We offer a great working environment in which to progress.
To search and view current job openings, please click on the "Apply for a Job" button to the right. We add new job openings weekly so, if at first you don't find what you're looking for, please come back regularly and look again.
Call toll free 1-866-578-7247 in Canada or the U.S. for more information about jobs.
Before You Can Work
Social Insurance Number (SIN)
You must have a Social Insurance Number (SIN) to work in Canada. A SIN is a nine-digit number you need to work or to receive Canadian government services. Your SIN number is personal and should be kept confidential; each person has a unique SIN number. Visit Service Canada's website for information on how to get a Social Insurance Number.
If you are not a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, you need to be authorized to work in Canada. In most situations, you will need a work permit. For more information on who is eligible and how to apply for a temporary work permit, visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada's website.
Here are some answers to common questions about Working Temporarily in Saskatchewan. This information is translated into a number of languages.
Criminal Record Check
Candidates who are offered a position with the Sun Country Health Region or its affiliates will be required to provide a Criminal Record Check. An acceptable Criminal Record Check is a condition of employment. Please go to your nearest Police/RCMP detachment to request a valid record.
The Criminal Record Check submitted to SCHR must:
- include a vulnerable sector search (mention when requesting your CRC).
- be dated within 6 months.
- be the original.
Please note: Applicants will be required to provide a criminal record check at his or her own expense. Thank you for your cooperation.
Sun Country Is...
A great place to live, work and play...
Who We Are
Our mandate is to provide quality health services to the residents of South East Saskatchewan (in Canada). We are accountable to the Minister of Health for the planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of health services provided within the Region.
What We Do
Our key role is to ensure that the organization’s strategic direction is consistent with plans outlined by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and that performance measurement processes are in place.