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Summer Student

Category: Finance & Administration
City: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
Job Number: J1117-1083
Job Status: 3 Full-Time
Salary Range: $36193 - 38143
Closing Date: 26/01/2018

Sharing Success... through the provision of superior gaming operations services. With gross revenues in excess of 240 million dollars annually, SIGA is Saskatchewan's largest and most successful employer of First Nations people. SIGA is currently looking for creative, motivated, passionate, and energetic individuals to join our team.

Main Duties
Reporting to the Director or Manager of the unit, the Summer Student will assist the Department that they are assigned to. Responsibilities will include: Assisting as necessary in preparation and implementation of departmental initiatives; Working on assignments and projects that will improve the processes and procedures within the Department; Acting as backup for Department Consultants/Specialist; Other duties as assigned by the Director or Manager of Department.

Current SIGA employees are not eligible for the Summer Student Program.

Currently enrolled full-time at a post secondary institution in a certificate, diploma or degree program , and returning full-time as a student in the fall of 2018.
Preference will be given to candidates in a field of study related to the SIGA property and hiring managerís business units needs.

Experience in the fields of Finance, Marketing, and Facilities is an asset.
Experience in managing small initiatives is an asset.
Experience in research and analysis is an asset.
Experience working with various computer programs such as Microsoft Office.

Knowledge of SIGA's guiding principles, structure, and First Nations culture.
Knowledge of standard office procedures and equipment.
Knowledge of procedures and best practices in the fields of Finance, Marketing, and Facilities is an asset.

Skills and Abilities
Ability to support change with optimism and openness.
Ability to communicate clearly and accurately, in both written and verbal form.
Ability to consistently provide friendly, timely, and accurate client service.
Ability to follow direction and work within established procedures.
Ability to work independently, be reliable, and take personal responsibility for tasks and deadlines.
Ability to work as part of a team, demonstrating respect and consideration for others.

Personal Suitability
All SIGA employees must embrace cultural diversity and mutual respect in the workplace.

Condition of Employment
Must consent to a background check in order to qualify as a gaming employee
Must obtain and maintain a gaming employee Certificate of Registration from the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA)
Must be 19 years of age or older

Other Information
Could be exposed to tobacco smoke and high noise levels
Standard office environment
Freedom of movement
Keyboarding/Coordination of fine motor control (2hrs at a time)
Lifting/Moving (up to 25lbs)

As a First Nations owned and operated organization, we take great pride in being a leader in employing First Nations people and the positive impacts generated by the employment opportunities SIGA has to offer. We are looking for qualified, motivated and committed individuals who want to work toward the betterment of First Nations people. SIGA offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.


  • Adaptable to Change
  • Communication
  • Customer Service
  • Decision making
  • Results Orientation
  • Working with others

As per the Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act, the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority can refuse a person access to the casino through participation in a self-exclusion program or if the person is banned from casino operators in Saskatchewan. Are you currently in the self-exclusion program in Saskatchewan, or are you currently banned from any casinos in Saskatchewan?*
Yes No

You must be 19 years of age to work in the Saskatchewan Gaming Industry

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted

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