All candidates who are selected for an interview with Saskatchewan Health Authority - Saskatoon are required to bring the following original documents to the interview:
- Criminal Record Check (including a vulnerable sector search)
- Immigration Documents (if applicable)
Please see below for further details on the above listed documents.
For Applicants to Parkridge Centre
All applicants to Parkridge Centre are required to complete the Program Guidelines for Special-care Homes eLearning modules. Fulfilling this requirement will help you better understand working in a Long-Term Care home in Saskatchewan, and make you feel comfortable in your new role.
If selected for an interview at Parkridge Centre, you must complete this eLearning module and bring your Certificate of Completion with you to the interview. Please note that you may be asked questions related to the Program Guidelines for Special-care Homes principles in your interview.
How to Access the Program Guidelines for Special-care Homes
- Visit http://learning.saskatoonhealthregion.ca
- Select the Login link at the top right corner
- Enter Username: shrguest and Password: shrguest1, then select the Login button
- Scroll down to Course Categories and select Recruitment, then select External – Program Guidelines for Special-care Homes
Criminal Record Check
Saskatchewan Health Authority - Saskatoon requires submission of an original police criminal record check (including a vulnerable sector search and dated within the last 6 months) prior to being offered a position.
Please note: Applicants are required to provide a criminal record check at their own expense.
New Process – Effective Immediately:
Saskatoon Police Service (UPDATED):
A Human Resources Team member will provide applicant/volunteer with directions to complete a criminal record check by visiting https://saskatoonpolice.ca/recordcheck/
Should an Applicant/Volunteer be flagged for fingerprinting, Saskatoon Police Service will make arrangements directly with the Applicant/Volunteer to conduct said fingerprinting.
Upon completion of all checks, the Saskatoon Police Service will send the criminal record checks to the applicant.
A Human Resources Team member will provide the applicant/volunteer with a completed SHA Special COVID Pandemic Criminal Record Check Request (Letter of Support) and the appropriate phone number for the local RCMP detachment using the RCMP Detachment Phone Directory.
The applicant will:
- Phone the respective RCMP service of jurisdiction, and make an appointment and must confirm that they have a Letter of Support that has been issued by the SHA
- Upon arrival, the applicant must provide the letter of support along with Gov’t ID
All applications will be processed as per current policy and procedures.
All applications will be processed with a Vulnerable Sector Check in the first instance.
Detachments will ensure that there is someone available at the detachment that can take fingerprints when the applicant arrives, in case there is a VS Check hit.
The Applicant/Volunteer will provide the completed Criminal Record Check back to their hiring manager or volunteer coordinator.
Immigration Documents (if applicable)
Immigration documents including (but not limited to) work and study permits must be submitted at the interview to show proof of eligibility to work in Canada.