Volume 10, Number 3 September 20, 2002

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Notes from Human Resources Division

  • The Human Resources Division will once again be offering Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Education Workshops, free of charge, to University employees. Fall workshops are scheduled for October 23rd (waiting list participants only) and November 20th. To register, call Barb Meier at 966-6272 or e-mail Barb.Meier@usask.ca.

  • HRD took part in the Campus Career Expo held in the Saskatoon Field House on September 18th. This is an annual event sponsored by the University's Student Employment and Career Centre. It's purpose is to profile our student body and alumni to prospective employers, including the University of Saskatchewan. Thanks to all who turned out.

  • The University offers a Spousal/Partner Relocation Assistance Program. This Program is directed toward the spouse or partner of a new University employee who has relocated to Saskatoon. The Program provides support for a spouse/partner who is considering employment opportunities in Saskatoon, other than faculty positions at the University. It focuses on establishing a relationship between the spouse/partner and possible Saskatoon area employers. This may take the form of:

    • Provision of an information package which includes directories and various resources.
    • Introduction to the job marketplace and names of potential employers.
    • Relevant industry associations and professional organizations.
    • Identification of employment opportunities in Saskatoon through websites, publications, and employment agencies.

For more information on this Program, contact Kathy Gray, Director of Employee Services, at 966-6325 or e-mail Kathy.Gray@usask.ca.


For more information, contact communications.office@usask.ca


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