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Join our diverse team. Odds are, you are going to love it!

Join our team and GameOn. Delight guests on the casino floor, manage finances, 
use your IT expertise, or showcase creative flair in the kitchen!

Casinos Regina and Moose Jaw offer exciting and interesting unionized and non-unionized job positions across all business areas throughout the corporation.


Positions Available to SaskGaming Team members

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We’re Looking For Passionate, Creative Team Members Just Like You!

We're a dedicated and dynamic team that is committed to guest service excellence and being a leader in the Gaming, Hospitality and Entertainment sector in Saskatchewan. 

Our team members drive the success of our organization because they are the face of the corporation. In order to ensure that the best possible guest experience is created, it is important to have the right people with the right attitude and skills in the right place at the right time.

On the casino floor or behind the scenes, we have a place for you!

SaskGaming has a wide variety of exciting career opportunities available in the areas of:


Finance and Audit
  • Controller
  • Assistant Controller
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Accounting Officer
  • Internal Auditors
  • Revenue Verification Clerks
Human Resources
  • Staffing
  • Payroll
  • Central Scheduling
  • Employee Relations
  • Learning and Development
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Indigenous Relations
  • Procurement
Information Technology
  • Service Desk Support
  • Technical Analyst
  • Senior Technical Analyst
  • Data Base Administrator
  • Cyber Security Architect
  • Senior Network & Security Analyst
  • Business Systems Consultants (Project Mgrs)
Marketing and Communications
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Media and Design Specialist
  • Communications Consultants
  • Player Relations Shift Managers
  • Responsible Gaming Advisors
  • Community Relations Officers
  • Senior Data Analyst
  • Entertainment/Event Planners
Risk and Compliance
  • Compliance Officers
  • Surveillance Officers
  • Surveillance Monitors
  • Floor Security Shift Manager
  • Operational Shift Manager
  • Food and Beverage Shift Managers
  • Bank Shift Managers
  • Poker Shift Managers
  • Manager of Facilities
  • Manager of Casino Technicians
  • Central Stores Coordinator

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Food and Beverage
  • Dishwasher
  • Cleaner
  • Prep Cook
  • Porter
  • Server
  • Cocktailer
  • Bartender
  • Counter Attendant
  • Restaurant Ambassador
  • Cook
  • Shipper/Receiver/Stock Clerk
  • Chef de Partie
  • Food and Beverage Shift Supervisor
  • Food and Beverage Shift Worker
  • Slot Attendant
  • Dealer I
  • Dealer II
  • Senior Slot Attendant
  • Table Games Supervisor
Guest Services
  • Coat Check
  • Stock Clerk
  • Parking Lot Attendant
  • Ambassador
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Cashier
  • Senior Cashier
  • Count Assistant
  • Count Supervisor
  • Floor Security
  • Security Control Room
  • Surveillance Technician
Maintenance and Technical
  • Casino Technician
  • Maintenance Helper
  • Maintenance Mechanic

Casino Moose Jaw

Food and Beverage
  • Food & Beverage Attendant
  • Short Order Cook
  • Food & Beverage Shift Supervisor
  • Chef de Partie
  • Dealer I
  • Dealer II
  • Slot Attendant
  • Senior Slot Attendant
  • Table Games Supervisor
Guest Services
  • Parking Lot Attendant
  • Customer Service Rep
  • Cashier
  • Senior Cashier
  • Floor Security 
Maintenance and Technical
  • Shipper/Receiver
  • Maintenance Mechanic I
  • Maintenance Mechanic II
  • Casino Technician II

Team Member Testimonials

Here's what thrills our team members about working for SaskGaming!

Working in a diverse culture is where innovation is fostered and created! It gives you the different perspectives needed to approach problems and tackle them in the strongest (and most unique) ways. Working in a diverse culture only creates more engaged teams who strive to collaborate and thus learn from each other and succeed together

– Sienna

Working in a diverse culture is important to me because it gives me the opportunity to learn and experience more and develop my skills. You have people from all walks of life with different upbringings, education, experiences, ethnic background, age, religion etc. working together and learning from one-another. It creates opportunity for personal and professional growth; it allows for more diverse conversations, different outlooks, more creativity, different ideas and solutions or decisions to be put forward.

– Leah

Working in a culturally diverse workplace empowers team members to learn from one-another through exposure to different cultures, genders, ethnicities, voices, opinions, ideas, etc. Coming from an Indigenous background, it is important to me to see a workforce that represents people like me and other diverse backgrounds. Diversity really assists every aspect of your business and can produce both quantitative and qualitative benefits. Whether it is your recruitment and retention process, innovation through different ideas allowing team members to become more worldly, or just making everyone a better human being.

– Justin

Why You Should Work at SaskGaming!


Work-Life Balance

We offer flexible work options and schedules for all team members, no matter if you’re part-time or full-time.

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Our comprehensive benefits package includes vision, dental, pension, competitive compensation.

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Training and Career Development

We invest in your growth with us, through comprehensive training, continuous learning and professional development.

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A Company That Cares

We employ best practices in the gaming industry for corporate responsibility and community investment.

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We are a diverse workforce and proud employer of choice among First Nations, Métis and Inuit people.

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Working Life At SaskGaming FAQ

I want to work for SaskGaming, how do I apply?

We’re excited that you’re interested in joining our team. Open positions are posted online, and applicants are accepted via our website: or or follow these steps: 

Step 1 - How to Create Your Candidate Registration

Step 2 - How to Attach Your Resume & Cover Letter

Step 3 - Apply for Jobs

I saw a position listed on line that I wanted to apply for, but now it’s gone. Can I still apply?

If the position is no longer on the website, that means the competition is closed and you will no longer be able to apply for that position.

What are the steps of the hiring process?

Once a competition has closed, the Recruitment and Selection Specialists screen all candidates with the hiring manager of that department. Qualified candidates are then short listed and will receive a phone call inviting them to come in for an assessment. (ie testing, interview, presentation, etc.). Once all the necessary assessments are completed, the hiring manager will decide which candidate they would like to make an offer to. That candidate will then receive an offer of employment via phone call.

What if I don’t have a formal resume to enter?

In order to be considered for a position at SaskGaming, you must have a formal resume attached to your candidate profile. Here is a link that may help you if you need some tips or a template to use to create your resume. 14 Resume Writing Tips to Help You Land a Job | Canada

What if I am unavailable for a scheduled interview time?

If you have an interview scheduled and are unable to attend, please call 306-787-1401 or email ahead of your interview time and we will do our best to accommodate a new interview time and/or date with you.

What is the minimum age required to work for SaskGaming?

You must be at least 19 years of age to work for SaskGaming.

I submitted my application but haven’t heard back. What is the status of my application?

We thank all who apply to work at SaskGaming; however, only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.

Team Member Testimonial - Compilation

Team Member Testimonial - Compilation

Team Member Testimonial - Operations - Slots

Team Member Testimonial - Operations - Slots

Team Member Testimonial - Compensation, Benefits & Staffing

Team Member Testimonial - Compensation, Benefits & Staffing

Team Member Testimonial - Operations - Table Games

Team Member Testimonial - Operations - Table Games

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