The Legislative Assembly Service (LAS) provides the administration and support services required for the operation of the Legislative Assembly. The LAS is non-partisan and provides confidential, unbiased service to all Members of the Legislative Assembly.
Within the Legislative Assembly Service, there are several positions that we recruit regularly. Below is a list of those positions, a little information about each, and contact information related to the position.
Legislative Pages: The Legislative Page program recruits six individuals each year (usually in September/October) to work in the Chamber during legislative sittings. Pages provide non-partisan, confidential, and unbiased services to all MLAs. The duties of the Pages have traditionally included collecting and delivering documents and messages for the Speaker, Members of the Legislative Assembly, and the Clerks in the Chamber and elsewhere in the Legislative Building. The Pages are scheduled to assist whenever the House is sitting and as needed to assist with committee meetings.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on Legislative Pages.
Information Officers (Bilingual) / Agent d’information (Bilingue): Information Officers welcome visitors to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and provide information on a wide range of political, historical and community-related inquiries. On a regularly scheduled basis, they conduct factual, informative and historical tours of the Legislative Building in either English or French. Information officers also perform a variety of general office duties, assist with official ceremonies at the Legislative Building and actively participate in projects initiated through the Parliamentary Education and Heritage branch.
Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Les agents d’information sont responsables d’offrir, en anglais et en français, des visites guidées factuelles, informatives et exhaustives du Palais législatif de la Saskatchewan, en mettant l’accent sur son histoire, son architecture, sa pertinence et sa place au sein de la Saskatchewan et du Canada. Les visites doivent être instructives et conçues de façon à être accessibles à un public divers. Les agents d’information exécutent aussi une variété de tâches de bureau courantes, répondent aux demandes de renseignements généraux, participent à l’organisation des cérémonies officielles qui se déroulent au Palais législatif et aux projets initiés par la Direction des services aux visiteurs.
Veuillez contacter firstname.lastname@example.org pour d’autres renseignements.
Input Editors: The Parliamentary Publications branch of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan recruits team-oriented individuals with excellent English language skills and research skills to transcribe and to edit verbatim recordings of debates (Hansard) which take place in the Assembly and in the Assembly’s legislative committees. This is a part-time sessional position which works about 450 hours per year, typically for 10 weeks from March to May and for six weeks from late October to early December. There also may be work intermittently throughout the year.
Please contact email@example.com for more information on Input Editors.