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Moose Jaw, SK Canada
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  • Water Security Agency has 163 Employees.
  • Water Security Agency grew their employee count by 15% last year.
  • Water Security Agency currently has 1 job openings.
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The Water Security Agency is a unique organization in Canada - bringing together all of government's core water management responsibilities in one place. We manage the province's water supply, protect water quality, ensure safe drinking water and treatment of wastewater, own and manage 69 dams and related water supply channels, reduce flood and drought damage, protect aquatic habitat and provide information about water. When it comes to water resources, we provide "one window" service for the people of Saskatchewan. Working in the fields of engineering, hydrology, hydrogeology, public policy, habitat protection, water resource allocation and regulations, the Water Security Agency leads implementation of the 25 Year Saskatchewan Water Security Plan. The plan ensures the sustainability and quality of Saskatchewan's surface and ground water supplies while protecting drinking water supplies from the source to the tap. Sustainable water supplies support growth, a healthy environment and quality of life for the people of Saskatchewan. At the Water Security Agency, you'll have the opportunity to do work that matters and you'll be part of a team with decades of experience and knowledge. We offer: - a competitive salary - excellent employer-funded health and dental coverage, available the day you start work - vision care benefits - health spending account - wellness spending account - group life and disability insurance - excellent employee and family assistance program - generous pension plan - maternity leave top-up - tuition subsidies and other professional development and training opportunities - three weeks vacation plus earned personal leave days - long service awards - cultural excellence awards - commitment to health and safety - inclusive, respectful workplace



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Executive Contacts

Felechia BrodieCulture And Engagement Program ManagerEmail Available
Dwayne RowlettManager, Northern Regional Services
Jeanine NazarchukFacilities ManagerEmail Available
Bryan OborneRegional Manager (Southeast Sask.) - Integrated Water Resource DivisionEmail Available
Jody ScammellDirector, Dam Safety and Major StructuresEmail Available
Jeff HovdeboDirector, Licensing & Water UseEmail Available
Patrick BoyleExecutive Director, Communications And Client ServicesEmail Available
Kei LoManager-groundwater ServicesEmail Available
Aron HershmillerRegional Manager - Yorkton
Ryan EvansManager - Engineering & ApprovalsEmail Available

Water Security Agency News

08/13/2019 - Family hopes Sask. government will help in drinking water ...

Cook said the company wouldn't fix the situation, so Cook went to the provincial regulator, the Water Security Agency (WSA). Cook and ...

09/06/2019 - Proposed potash mine clears hurdle in Sask.

The proponents also need to get approval from the rural municipality, Water Security Agency, highways and energy and resources, Duncan ...

08/13/2019 - Saskatchewan premier shuffles cabinet in portfolios that saw ...

Previously the Water Security Agency (WSA) has been associated with the environment minister's portfolio. Moe said the decision was made to ...