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Begin your Career with Suncrest College

Working at Suncrest College is more than a job. Our employees are student focused, knowing their work has a strong and positive impact on students, communities, partners and the economy.

Our vision is to be Saskatchewan’s leader in delivering high quality education and training. We provide high quality, learner centred education and training as a foundation for lifelong success. We recruit exceptional people from diverse backgrounds of culture, education, and experience, and we contribute to the sustainability and growth of the College.

Please view the Organizational Structure Chart for an overview of the Suncrest College’s structure including academic and administrative divisions and departments. Below you will also find more information on our values, key competencies and current job postings.

Respectful and Professional

Our employees enjoy working in a respectful and professional environment. Our strong values of respect, compassion, continuous learning, innovation, inclusiveness, to name a few, have formed a positive culture at College.

Career Areas

Just entering the work force? Considering a change of careers or employers? College offers a wide variety of opportunities ranging from entry level positions through to senior management.

Instructors and Tutors

A wide variety of instructors use their expertise to deliver instruction and support students in areas such as

Adult Basic Education is an umbrella term that refers to a wide range of services, credit and non-credit programs designed to help adult learners achieve their goals. These goals may include:

  • completion of high school: ABE Grade 10, ABE 12 or GED
  • gaining prerequisites for further training or employment
  • enhancing life skills, independence and self-sufficiency

ESL classes are offered to immigrants and foreign visitors in groups or on an individual basis.

College offers many credit training courses locally for the convenience of adult learners in the college region. Traditional Sask Polytech courses available at Cumberland College include; Business Certificate, Carpentry, Continuing Care Assistant, Early Childhood Education, Electrician Program, Office Education, Practical Nursing and Primary Care Paramedic.

A wide variety of credit and non-credit courses is offered to develop and enhance the skills of individuals and/or obtain required industry certifications. Past programs have included; Bookkeeping and Accounting, Computer Classes, First Aid Courses, Grain Marketing, Industry Specific Training (Heavy Equipment Operator, 1A Truck Driver Training etc) and Safety Training (WHMIS, TDG, H2S Alive, etc).

Senior Administration (Out of Scope)

Providing leadership, vision and managerial expertise to the entire College. Positions include the President, Director of Programs and Services, Director of Development, Director of Finance and Executive Assistants.

Administration Career

Administrative experts in a wide range of positions including; counsellors, IT analyst & assistant, program area managers, program coordinators & assistants, receptionists and site attendants (evening).

Become a member of the College team

Competitive Wages
Comprehensive Benefit Plan
Professional Development Opportunities
A Family Friendly Environment

Rewarding, Meaningful Employment

Do you have what we are looking for?


Values and operating philosophies together form the belief system of the organization, driving all actions and decisions.

Honouring, encouraging and celebrating our diverse learners, staff and communities.

Fostering and supporting an environment where empathy is both integral and expressed.

Adhering to high ethical and professional standards.

Adopting evidence-based best practices in program development, implementation and evaluation.

Aligning programs and services with the priorities of the learners, communities and industries we serve.

Constantly finding new ways to provide opportunities for adults facing barriers to either higher education or employment.

Ensuring that all available resources are dedicated to achievement of desired outcomes and results.

Providing learning enrichment and skill upgrading opportunities to keep our stakeholders current and competitive.

Developing strategic alliances and leveraging capacity with the agencies, communities and industries that share our visionary outcomes.

Creating a culture of constant improvement, empowering staff to find better ways to deliver Parkland College’s promise and potential.

Do you have what we are looking for?

Key Competencies

Competencies are defined as behaviours of individuals.

Conveys ideas, information, and/or instructions clearly and concisely both orally and in writing, participates in meetings effectively, proficient and confident in making formal presentations, listens effectively, and keeps others appropriately informed.

Demonstrates appropriate specialized knowledge required to instruct, has knowledge of adult learning theories and methodologies and applies knowledge to the students’ benefit, keeps current with new development or trends, and shares knowledge with students.

Demonstrates objective setting appropriate to student ability and program requirements. Evaluates consistently with requirements of program and college appropriately.

Demonstrates effective use of time and meets deadlines, punctual and reliable, takes initiative and / or provides acceptable volume of work.

Demonstrates use of a variety of teaching methods and resources to provide effective instruction.

Demonstrates recognition of student interest, is imaginative and stimulating in developing materials and activities in classroom.

Demonstrates direction and handles classroom routine in a manner that reinforces positive behaviour.

Demonstrates the ability to use technology and willingness to incorporate into classroom, has innovative uses for technology, and is willing to learn and adapt.

Demonstrates the ability to relate effectively to peers, subordinates, and supervisors, and inspire trust and confidence in relationships with others.

Demonstrates compliance to privacy and confidentiality policies and able to recognize confidential aspects of materials in regards to disclosure.

Demonstrates risk taking, introduces new process, ideas, method of doing something.

Demonstrates appropriate decision making within the parameters of the job duties. Demonstrates solutions and formulates alternatives, uses proper judgement.

Demonstrates the calibre of work consistent with job duty expectations, completes work thoroughly and accurately with attention to detail.

Demonstrates and creates a direction, guides and motivates peers or subordinates, helps to create a working environment which fosters job satisfaction and high morale.

Demonstrates ability to adapt to changing circumstances, demonstrates personal responsibility for the performance necessary to achieve individual and/or team goals and objectives, researches information and opportunities, is decisive in decision making, and uses deliberate strategies to influence, persuade or inspire others.

Start your career with us

A combination of education and experience may be considered for any position. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please quote competition number and send current resume with the names of three references to Human Resources.

Mandi Kobylko,

Director, Human Resources

Tiffany Hope,

HR Generalist

Catharine Lamy,

HR Generalist