As a property and casualty insurance specialist for more than 100 years, Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Company (SMI) seeks opportunities to be the preferred insurance carrier. At SMI, we not only celebrate people, but we are driven by a relentless need to build personal connections resulting in exceptional customer experiences. Join a team that strives to become a beacon of hope in times where people need us the most.
SMI is looking for two full-time, permanent Human Resources Coordinators (HRC) to join our growing SMI family. Reporting to the Manager, Human Resources, the successful candidates will be responsible for facilitating all HR functions and programs and will play a vital support role in the lifecycle of an SMI employee.
As the Human Resources Coordinator YOU Will Be Responsible For:
What We Need From YOU:
Come grow your career with a company committed to putting people first. When people join SMI, they are here to stay! At SMI, we take pride in caring for our employees as it is the collaborative efforts of our entire team which will allow us to continue to remain successful today and into the future.
This position offers a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package, a diverse and inclusive work environment, professional development opportunities and the potential for further advancement within the company.
This position is based at the SMI Head Office in Saskatoon.
HOW TO APPLY
SMI is doing amazing things and we want YOU to be part of our team and continued success! If this sounds like the opportunity for YOU, we want to hear from YOU!
Please submit an electronic copy of your cover letter and resume with HR Coordinator in the subject line by January 23, 2022 to:
Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Company
279 3rd Avenue North
SASKATOON SK S7K 2H8
Confidential Fax: (306) 653-3542
SMI thanks all interested candidates; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
As a condition of employment, we require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test result at a minimum every seven (7) days. The cost for obtaining and providing proof of all negative COVID-19 test results is the responsibility of the individual. The individual is responsible for having the COVID-19 test administered during non-working hours. Self-administered take-home rapid antigen tests are not accepted as valid proof of negative COVID-19 test results.