Job Postings

For those who wish to post a  job  on the PAS website, the following information is required. Please note that all job postings are vetted by PAS staff. 

  • Name of the organization,
  • Name of the contact
  • Phone number and email contact for the person
  • Deadline for the Job
  • Copy & paste of job information or submission of a PDF.
  • Any member, company or organization which submits a post for the careers page will be charged one of the amounts below. 

Cost:

  • Member: $250
  • Non-member: $500
  • Non-profit rate: $250

Non-profits are considered organizations such as the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Canadian Cancer Society, etc. 

Ads with no deadline will be removed from the site after one month.

Exclusions: Ads from recruiting/headhunting companies are not accepted. If you have questions, please email info@skpharmacists.ca.


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