Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation’s (SCIC) employees are its most valuable asset. There are opportunities to build a life-long career and advance within the corporation. The Corporation believes in investing in its employees, enabling staff to take courses related directly to the work they do. Examples include agronomy courses, software program training and leadership courses.
Leadership plays a key role within the Corporation. Not only is SCIC a leader in the agriculture industry in the province, we strive to be a workplace of choice. Leadership training is provided to employees in order to promote a healthy work culture and provide guidance.
The well-being and work-life balance of all staff is also paramount to a healthy work culture. SCIC offers competitive wages along with a health and dental plan, group life insurance, pension plan, annual sick leave, three weeks paid vacation (up to six weeks for those working 22 years and more) and long-term disability. The Corporation also offers an Employee Family Assistance Program, which provides confidential and voluntary wellness services designed with proactive measures in mind, to help with work and life issues before they become serious.
Depending on position, the Corporation provides flexible work arrangements – affording you more hours for your life outside work.
SCIC is an inclusive community, welcoming staff of all ethnicities. The Corporation is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from qualified people of aboriginal ancestry, people with disabilities, members of visible minorities and women seeking management and non-traditional roles.
Employees are also recognized for their contributions to the Corporation through both a formal and informal process. There are also many staff-led initiatives and functions, including informal events, that fosters the SCIC community. Employees may participate in social gatherings and events, including steak nights and golfing. SCIC employees are also involved in their communities; fundraising for various causes take place within the workplace.
SCIC is committed to a healthy and productive workforce. Through a wellness committee, SCIC provides opportunities to enhance wellness, encourage and support wellness activities that can lengthen life and reduce the incidence of illness; as well as assist employees to achieve a satisfying lifestyle, all while enhancing our corporate culture and stengthening the SCIC community.