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Government of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan
Deadline: October 29, 2020 - December 10, 2020


December 10, 2020

The Government of Saskatchewan is looking for an enthusiastic, outgoing self-starter with a love for social media and a passion for Saskatchewan.

We want you to live, work and play in Saskatchewan from to December of 2021.

This job allows you the opportunity to explore all that Saskatchewan offers and to do it in a way that our past Wanderer's have not! As the Saskatchewanderer, we ask you to be able to do it all... capture stunning video footage and photography, keep the following engaged through social media and the blog, write and edit stories and share your experience in a way that captivates your audience and then do it all over again and again....and again! Earning a salary of $55 - $60K is just one of the perks to this busy, yet challenging role.

Leah shared her experiences through videos, photos and written posts. We want you to do just that. But we want you to find new people, new businesses and new spots to satisfy those suffering from a little Saskatchewanderlust.

Where will you wander?

Help develop a calendar of events and then hit the road to collect video, take pictures and write stories about your experiences.

As a Saskatchewan ambassador, you will promote our province to the world, showing what it’s like to live, work and play in our province. Some of your responsibilities will include: choosing locations and events to explore, setting up and conducting interviews, shooting and editing video, writing stories and populating a blog, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with high-quality content that shows off the best of Saskatchewan. You will need to be able to work well independently, since most of the time you’ll be on the road on your own.

Saskatchewanderer Education, Skills and Assets:

Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as journalism, film, communications, marketing or English preferred but not required
Experience shooting and editing video
Experience writing and taking pictures
Knowledge of basic marketing principles, social media principles, computer and AV equipment
Experience speaking in public
Knowledge of Saskatchewan

Saskatchewanderer Abilities:

Shoot, edit and upload videos and photos
Identify messaging and timing for blog, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram updates
Maintain a strong online presence through charismatic presentation
Keep safe driving and travel a priority
Communicate effectively with stakeholders and an online audience
Provide strong written content
Work independently and as a contributing member of a variety of teams to achieve common goals and contribute to a positive work environment
Plan and balance diverse and conflicting workload pressures; ability to accept direction while working with various project partners
Meet deadlines
Represent Saskatchewan in a positive way

The diversity of the people in the Government of Saskatchewan is one of its greatest strengths. Managing diversity successfully means creating an environment that values and uses the contributions of people with different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.

Diversity refers to all of the characteristics that make individuals different from each other. These differences can include factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, or having a disability.

Our province is becoming more diverse with more people from around the world moving here. As well, Aboriginal youth are the fastest growing demographic in the province. At the same time, more persons with a disability are moving into the workforce and contributing to our growing province.

It is important that the Government of Saskatchewan reflects the diversity found in our province and that our policies, programs and frontline services are responsive and relevant to the people of the province.

The online application requires a resume, a video and a profile picture. In your video (2 minutes or less!), show us what makes you the best potential Saskatchewanderer. The video is important, outstanding videos usually lead to interviews. And don’t forget to indicate in your resume where you have acquired your knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully carry out the role of the Saskatchewanderer.

Once we’ve reviewed the applications, we’ll create our interview shortlist. When the interview process is complete, we will contact and later announce the successful candidate.

Only candidates who are shortlisted for an interview will be contacted. Attendance at an in-person interview in Regina is preferred and may be required.

If you have questions, please email