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Administrative Coordinator

Saskatchewan Arts Board, Regina
Deadline: July 17, 2019


July 17, 2019

he Saskatchewan Arts Board is seeking a highly motivated, results-oriented individual to join its multifaceted and dynamic team to fill the position of Administrative Coordinator: Corporate Services.

Essential to the position is a combination of post-secondary education in records management including Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan government records management training, and a minimum of three years’ experience working in a position with responsibility for activities directly related to the key deliverables for the position.

As a member of a talented team, the incumbent is responsible for management of the agency’s electronic and paper records and archives, and support for operations and administrative activities.This individual will be expected to work independently and collaboratively and to make decisions that require proactive and constructive approaches to problem solving.

A full job description is available on the Saskatchewan Art Board's website.

The work is undertaken in a unionized office environment. The successful candidate shall be subject to a Criminal Record Check as a condition of employment.

Location: Regina
Start Date: Negotiable
Employment Type: Full-time, In-Scope, Office, Permanent (6-month probation)
Hours of Work: 72 hours / 2-week cycle (8 hours per day), 1 scheduled day off every 2 weeks
Starting Salary: $3,602.48 monthly (Pay Band 5, Step 1) within a Salary Range of $3,602.48 to $4,214.06 monthly

Application deadline: Wednesday, July 17, 2019, at 4:30 p.m.

Applications must include:

Current resumé and cover letter. The cover letter will include details that demonstrate how you meet the essential competencies and qualifications.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board strives to be a workplace of choice that recognizes and empowers its people, promotes continuous learning and improvement, and provides value for the public. The Arts Board is committed to employment equity and workplace diversity, and encourages applications from all qualified women and men, including Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and new Canadians.

While we appreciate and thank you for your interest, only applicants with the required knowledge and experience will be considered and only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

E-mail applications to:
Attention: G. Paul Armstrong, Director of Administration, Saskatchewan Arts Board