Employment Services

SIIT Career Centres

Looking for a job? Looking for skilled employees?

Let us help you!

Services for Job Seekers

Job Coaches at SIIT Career Centres can provide:

  • Career counselling and job coaching
  • Resume building and Interview skills
  • Lunch and learn sessions and employer presentations
  • Referrals to post-secondary training, apprenticeship, and community services
  • Safety tickets (SCOT, CSTS, and more)
  • Links to over 1100 employers looking to hire!

To access these services, visit the Career Centre nearest you!

Services for Employers

SIIT Career Centres provide on demand support for employers seeking a skilled workforce.  These Career Centres work with job seekers at nine locations- creating a large provincial pool of potential employees.  Collectively, over 1100 employers collaborate with Career Centres annually. Through this network, more than 2600 employment connections are made per year.

Services are available to employers in a variety of sectors. Visit the Career Centre nearest you to:

  • Access labour ready, skilled workforce
  • Hire employees matched to your work culture
  • Join a local steering committee to advise your industry’s needs
  • Elevate your company’s Indigenous inclusion through partnership with SIIT

Connect with us! Call or visit a Career Centre near you.


687 Bereskin Ave.

La Loche Pop-Up Career Centre

119-23 La Loche Avenue

La Ronge

1303 La Ronge Avenue


4602 49 Ave.

Meadow Lake

905 1st Avenue West

North Battleford

1301 – 101st Street

Prince Albert

710 C 15th Avenue East


2415 7th Avenue


Main Floor, 229 – 4th Avenue South


253 Myrtle Ave.

Adult Basic Education, Trades and Industrial, and Post-Secondary Programs

More than 30 Academic and Quick Skills programs

SIIT is a First Nation Governed, credit granting post-secondary institution

More than 1000 employers work with SIIT Career Centres every year

Established in 1976

90% Indigenous student body

Over $350,000 in Awards are available to SIIT students every year

9 Career Centres province wide connect job seekers to employment opportunities

SIIT offers a wide range of Student Services and Cultural Supports

Programs are offered at 3 campuses and over 35 community learning sites per year

Students from more than 70 First Nations, Metis, Inuit, and Non Indigenous communities attend SIIT

JobSeries provides foundational, in-community pre-employment training

More than 65% of SIIT Staff and Faculty are Indigenous

JobConnections mobile career services are available for rural communities

More than 60,000 Alumni

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies

Head Office
Suite 100-103A Packham Avenue
Asimakaniseekan Askiy Reserve
Saskatoon, SK S7N 4K4