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Administrative Assistant - ADM022799 (5564)

Job Posting

Administrative Assistant - ADM022799
Organization:  Government of Saskatchewan
Province:  Saskatchewan
Location:  Regina

The Public Employees Benefits Agency (PEBA) administers two of Canada’s top 100 Pension Funds, including Canada’s top Defined Contribution Pension Plan, along with a number of other pension and benefit programs. Our vision of Fostering Financial Wellness leads the work we do in providing valuable pension and benefit services to the over 100,000 members we are proud to serve.

PEBA is pursuing a new governance and operating structure as a not-for-profit corporation at arm's length from the Government of Saskatchewan. It is anticipated this transition will be complete by 2024. You can find more information about this change on the PEBA website.

The Opportunity 

Embark on a dynamic career journey as the Administrative Assistant for the Policy and Governance branch! If you thrive in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same, then this role is your ticket to an exciting professional adventure.

You will be at the heart of the Policy and Governance team’s operations, overseeing the flow of information in and out of the Director's office. Your organizational expertise will shine as you coordinate team initiatives, fostering seamless collaboration with other areas of the Agency.

You will thrive on meeting deadlines, managing a bring-forward system that guarantees our team meets and exceeds expectations on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis. Your strong attention to detail will be instrumental in compiling, proofreading, and managing the schedule and materials for board package distribution, ensuring optimal support of our pension and Plannera boards.

You will become an expert in reviewing and processing expenses, ensuring financial precision and accountability.

If you're ready for a rewarding opportunity, where your administrative skills will be integral to the team’s success, then you belong on the Policy and Governance team!


The successful candidate will be:

  • very comfortable using technology to manage information and solve problems;
  • well organized, capable of prioritizing multiple tasks, thorough, conscientious and attentive to detail, and tactful, using discretion and professionalism when communicating with officials in government and in the Canadian pension industry; and
  • instrumental in maintaining and establishing rapport with key stakeholders including board members.

Typically, the knowledge and abilities for this position would be acquired through experience in an administrative role and/or through the successful completion of an office education program.

Please indicate in your cover letter the reasons you are interested in, and qualified for, this position.

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