Job Opportunities


The Provincial Capital Commission (PCC) is dedicated to providing enhanced visitor experiences and educational programming in Wascana Centre and at Government House to inspire pride in Saskatchewan's capital city while focusing on stewardship. The Commission is also responsible for the promotion of the Legislative Building and the Conexus Arts Centre.

The PCC, in partnership with the Government of Saskatchewan, City of Regina and the University of Regina, is committed to ensuring Wascana Centre and Government House continue to be places of significance that resonate pride for our citizens and visitors alike within the Capital City.​


Programming and Visitor Services Supervisor

The Provincial Capital Commission (PCC) provides enhanced visitor experiences and educational programming in Wascana Centre and at the Government House to inspire pride in Saskatchewan's Capital City. The Provincial Capital Commission’s strategic focus is to enhance the quality of life in the Capital city by creating community partnerships, promoting visitor experiences, and providing stewardship of the land and assets. 

We are looking for an enthusiastic, passionate, and creative individual to fill the position of Programming and Visitor Services Supervisor. The successful candidate will coordinate Wascana Centre events and public programs, oversee Wascana Centre’s social media and website, create graphics and promotional materials, and lead a team of seasonal staff.

As the Programming and Visitor Services Supervisor, you will:

  • Coordinate and develop new educational and public programs including designing program logistics and preparing resource materials.
  • Ability to use Adobe Photoshop to create promotional graphics and materials for Wascana Centre events and programs.
  • Oversee Wascana Centre social media including the creation of posts, posting, and answering public inquiries.
  • Oversee and update Wascana Centre website.
  • Prepare daily tour and Visitor Experience Host schedules and ensuring daily booking information is distributed to all staff.
  • Make logistical arrangements for tours and programs.
  • Act as backup for the Visitor Experience Hosts during busy times.
  • Lead small team of seasonal staff.

What you will need:

  • Strong research and analysis skills to develop social media strategies and evaluate education and public programs.
  • Effective written and oral communications skills to relay information and resolve issues and develop programs to meet the needs of the public.
  • Ability to use Adobe Suite.
  • Ability to use WordPress.
  • Strong organization skills and attention to detail to plan and manage work in an effective manner.
  • Demonstrated sound judgment and decision-making skills to assess programs, promotional materials, social media strategies and tours and to recommend changes where necessary.
  • Efficient collaboration and relationship building skills to collaborate with community partners.

Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position will have been acquired through completion of a degree in marketing, communications or education combined with several years of relevant experience. 

Application link: Programming and Visitor Services Supervisor - Regina, SK - Indeed.com

This posting will close at 11:59 p.m. on June 23, 2024.


Accounting Clerk 

The Provincial Capital Commission (PCC) provides enhanced visitor experiences and educational programming in Wascana Centre and at the Government House to inspire pride in Saskatchewan's Capital City. The Provincial Capital Commission’s strategic focus is to enhance the quality of life in the Capital city by creating community partnerships, promoting visitor experiences, and providing stewardship of the land and assets managed. We are looking to add a self-motivated, client and team-orientated individual with a strong attention to detail to our team as an Accounting Clerk. Reporting to the Finance Manager of Finance, the successful candidate will be flexible to successfully adapt to changing work environments, processes, and workloads.

As the Accounting Clerk, you will: 

  • Perform accounts payable functions, including audit accounts payable invoices and requests for payment by verifying codes, calculations, totals, signing authorities, payee information and ensuring supporting documents are attached before submitting invoices to Central Accounts Payable;
  • Perform revenue and accounts receivable functions, including maintaining accounts receivable records as required and reviewing information to ensure correct before preparing and issuing customer invoices, collecting revenues, issuing receipts, maintaining charitable donation receipts and records, and performing collection activities on delinquent accounts;
  • Develop and implement procedures to improve accounting processes, contributing to the development and maintenance of internal operating procedures as required;
  • Manage assets and liabilities accounts, including reconciling financial reports, i.e. trial balance and month-end reconciliations;
  • Work with computer software applications, spreadsheets, databases, and financial systems to balance financial data;
  • Determine whether journal vouchers, debit memos and /or invoice adjustments are necessary to correct original revenue and expenditure transactions and complete them when needed;
  • Provide accounting guidance to all branches within the organization as it relates to the general revenue fund, including interpretation of existing and new accounting policies;
  • Maintain the organization's system of accounts, including year-end cut-off procedures and invoices required for prepaid and accrual accounting; and
  • Maintains the Chart of Accounts, MIDAS Hierarchy listing and Delegated Signers for MIDAS and RBC Bank.

You will need the ability to: 

  • Verbally provide clear, concise, and accurate explanations of policies, procedures, entitlements, and other information;
  • Ability to calmly listen, assess and clarify problems and respond with options to clients, co-workers and/or vendors who may be angry, confused or upset;
  • Work independently and cooperatively with others in a team environment to establish, build, and maintain positive work relationships and ensure deadlines, goals, and objectives are met;
  • Plan and organize a large volume of work, taking into consideration frequent interruptions and conflicting and changing priorities to meet tight deadlines;
  • Maintain and archive hard copy or electronic records management systems to quickly locate and retrieve information when needed;
  • Examine, understand, and appropriately apply portions of acts, regulations, agreements, policies, contracts, and procedures to accounting-related issues;
  • Check and verify documentation for completeness and accuracy in accordance with applicable policies and procedures;
  • Input, edit, update, and retrieve information on a computer using various software packages and applications accurately and within established timelines; and
  • Accurately perform complex mathematical calculations.

Qualifications:  

  • Know applicable accounting principles and procedures; and
  • Qualified applicants would typically have an Accounting Certificate or equivalent experience.

Indeed link: Accounting Clerk - Regina, SK - Indeed.com

This posting will close at 11:59 p.m. on July 2, 2024.


Human Resources Administrator

The Provincial Capital Commission (PCC) provides enhanced visitor experiences and educational programming in Wascana Centre and Government House to inspire pride in Saskatchewan's Capital City. PCC's strategic focus is to enhance the quality of life in the Capital city by creating community partnerships, promoting visitor experiences, and providing stewardship of the land and assets. We are looking to add a highly skilled, well-organized, energetic individual to our team as the Human Resource Administrator in the Finance and Corporate Services Division.

As the Human Resource Administrator, you will:

  • Coordinate the human resource administrative services for the Provincial Capital Commission including staffing, training, and licensing. This includes Labour Service employee recall and lay-off processes, Taleo postings, offer letters, and employee benefit forms.
  • Draft and prepare confidential and general correspondence, reports, and spreadsheets.
  • Establish and maintain personnel and position records and keep personnel filing up to date.
  • Arrange required employee testing and licensing with vendors and employees.
  • Make purchases as required with assigned purchase card and code transactions in BMO Spend Dynamics.
  • Apply Provincial Capital Commission policies and PS/GE Collective Bargaining Agreement.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of Finance and Corporate Services initiatives including employee recognition, employee culture and survey and results, and Wellness Committee member.
  • Act as the Timecard Administrator authorized to assign time entry and approve delegates in PSC Client. 

The successful candidate will have the ability to:

  • Work independently and/or as a member of a variety of teams to complete work assignments, achieve common goals, and contribute towards a positive work environment.
  • Independently assess, establish, adjust, and accurately complete multiple tasks while taking into consideration task complexity, frequent interruptions, deadlines, available resources, and multiple reporting relationships.
  • Compile and organize relevant information to accurately, concisely, and in a timely manner compose, format, proofread, and/or edit a variety of correspondence for your own and others' signatures and other documentation using various software applications.
  • Liaison with other staff, agencies, ministries, and the public to obtain, exchange, coordinate or confirm information while maintaining confidentiality and staying within policies and procedures.
  • Clearly and concisely share information with others to enhance their working knowledge on items such as policies, programs, and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Qualified applicants would typically have a Human Resource Certificate or equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge of the PS/GE Collective Bargaining Agreement provisions would be an asset.

Applicants must clearly state in their cover letter their experience.

Indeed link: Human Resources Administrator - Regina, SK - Indeed.com

This posting will close at 11:59 p.m. on July 3, 2024.


Infrastructure Technologist

The Provincial Capital Commission (PCC) provides enhanced visitor experiences and educational programming in Wascana Centre and at the Government House to inspire pride in Saskatchewan's Capital City. The Provincial Capital Commission’s strategic focus is to enhance the quality of life in the Capital city by creating community partnerships, promoting visitor experiences, and providing stewardship of the land and assets. We are looking to add a highly skilled, innovative and energetic individual to our team as an Infrastructure Technologist to assist with ongoing projects.

As the Infrastructure Technologist, you will:

  • Extract and input information and data between AutoCAD/Civil3D and GIS software.
  • Complete detailed structural and municipal engineering designs, reports, cost estimates, and drawings for projects.
  • Provide input to long term planning by providing advice to building operations and management personnel on possible projects and phasing for inclusion in the plans.
  • Prepare Request for Proposal (RFP) terms of reference documents, tender and contract documents, advertise and tender for services, recommend consultant(s), review and evaluate consultant reports/proposals and contribute to the determination of recommendations to the Commission with the help of the SaskBuilds and Procurement team.
  • Be responsible for ensuring appropriate occupational health and safety measures are taken on all projects.
  • Maintain records of all aspects of the project delivery, including meetings and decisions, work progress, risks, and issues encountered.
  • Research and analyze project engineering design requirements and/or infrastructure problems and deficiencies. Collect data, inspect project sites, conduct feasibility studies, research engineering design alternatives, interview and consult with Government agencies and stakeholders who will be involved in, or affected by, the construction of the project. 
  • Investigate regulatory requirements and restrictions unique to the project, determine regulatory approval timelines, create/prepare drawings and information needed to acquire necessary permits and licenses prior to construction, and evaluate environmental impact and public safety.
  • Compose and prepare correspondence/briefing material pertaining to assigned projects for the Director of Stewardship and Operations. 

You will need the ability to:

  • Read and interpret detailed structural plans.
  • Coordinate infrastructure and operational projects throughout Wascana Centre and the Government House.
  • Deal courteously with colleagues and members of the public.
  • Provide immediate responses to questions or concerns involving the application of clearly defined processes or procedures.
  • Effectively use both oral and written communications in a clear and concise manner to avoid misinterpretation, with the ability to transfer knowledge (verbal or written) to ensure comprehension of technical or specialized information.
  • Ensure that advice provided is appropriate to address underlying problems through excellent listening skills.
  • Have excellent project management skills.

Qualifications:

  • A diploma in Engineering Technology or related field and up to three years of engineering technologist work experience with AutoCAD and ArcGIS software. 
  • Knowledge of drafting using AutoCAD and ArcGIS software.
  • Knowledge of computer software (Microsoft products).

This posting will close at 11:59 p.m. on July 4, 2024.