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									Human Resources and Industrial Relations




                                   SaskTel
                                                                                      SaskTel
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•   SaskTel is the leading full service communications company in Saskatchewan, offering
    complete wireline, wireless, Internet and e-business solutions over a state-of-the-art, digital
    network.
•   SaskTel and its business divisions market hundreds of products and services to business
    and residential customers in Saskatchewan and beyond, including:
                    internet and interactive services
                    telephone and equipment rental
                    wireless data services
                    mobile commerce
                    conferencing services
                    home and business security
                    long distance savings plans
                    online shopping
                    international consulting, provisioning, and software solutions
                    cellular

                    print and online directories
                                           SaskTel’s Vision and Values
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• SaskTel is a highly innovative and competitive
  communications solutions provider for our customers
  worldwide, delivering sound financial returns and
  public policy benefits to the people of Saskatchewan.

• Honesty, Integrity and Mutual Respect

• Open Communication

• Excellence
                                             SaskTel’s Code of Conduct
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• Employees
•   SaskTel employees carry out and perform a wide variety of services and functions. In doing
    so, they are expected to exhibit SaskTel's values as well as the utmost of honesty,
    objectivity, care and responsibility. SaskTel’s Code of Business Conduct is intended to
    provide both general and specific guidelines to protect and guide SaskTel Personnel faced
    with ethical, moral and legal circumstances during the course of their employment.

• Name and Reputation
•   SaskTel has a respected name and a good reputation. These are priceless assets. SaskTel
    builds and protects its name and reputation by adhering to the highest standard of ethical
    conduct. The corporation does everything possible to protect these standards. It trusts the
    fundamental honesty of its employees to meet the corporation's high ethical standards in
    everything done on its behalf. It also asks you to report, through appropriate channels, any
    individual's unethical conduct that may affect SaskTel. The purpose of this Code of Business
    Conduct is to help employees to fulfil this responsibility.
                                                SaskTel’s Code of Conduct
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• Dress Code
•   All SaskTel employees are required to present themselves in a professional and courteous
    manner. Therefore, all employees are required to dress in business attire, with a particular
    emphasis on those dealing directly with the public and in Head Office. Most other areas
    require business casual attire at a minimum.

• Honesty
•   Honesty with time means a fair day's work for a fair day's pay, keeping absences to a
    minimum, reporting to work on time, staying with the work on hand, and restricting personal
    telephone calls and all other personal activity.

• Illegal Drugs and Alcohol
•   SaskTel does not tolerate the use, distribution, sale, or possession of illegal drugs or alcohol
    on its premises or in its vehicles. Employees are not permitted to work or report to work when
    under the influence of alcohol or any illegal drugs. At all times, employees are prohibited from
    operating SaskTel vehicles after consuming alcohol. Driving SaskTel vehicles after
    consuming alcohol will not be tolerated under any circumstances
                                             Entry Level Jobs
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Clerical
      • Grade XII with computer training
      • 20, 40 or 60 WPM


Operator
      • Grade XII with customer service experience
      • 40 WPM


Service Representative
      • Customer service and/or sales experience
      • Computer knowledge
                                              Entry Level Jobs
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  Shipper/Receiver
        • Grade XII with computer literacy


  Technical Low (TST, CST & FT)
        • Grade XII with Algebra and Physics 30
        • Electronics knowledge
                                           Professional/Technical
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Accounting/Finance
      • Diploma/Degree in Administration or Commerce
      • CMA, CGA or CA


Marketing
      • Degree in Admin or Commerce with major in Marketing
      • 1 year market research experience


Internet Support
      • Diploma/Certificate in Computer Science
                                           Professional/Technical
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Technical Assistant
      • Degree/Diploma in Computer Science
      • Network knowledge or experience


ITM Programmer
      • Degree/Diploma in Computer Science
      • Java, Cobal, C, C++, Sql, Oracle, ...


Engineering
      • Degree/Diploma in Electrical or Electronic Engineering
                                           Professional/Technical
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Management
      • Extensive Management experience in a professional capacity
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