Why work here?

For the 7th consecutive year, Ranch Ehrlo Society has been named one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers for 2018.

At Ranch Ehrlo you have the opportunity to directly impact lives of youth from your first days on the job. With more than 800 employees and a history of excellence going back to 1966, the Ranch is an enduring leader in youth care services. Ranch Ehrlo Society continues to grow, and we need talented people to grow with us. To support a rewarding work experience the Ranch offers:

Work-life balance:

  • Vacation leave enhancement
  • Family leave days
  • Maternity/parental/adoption leave and salary top-up
  • Bereavement leave
  • Leave without pay

Employee wellness:

  • Sick leave days
  • Flexible spending health account

Professional development:

  • Education assistance
  • Short and long-term education leave
  • Distance education flex-schedule
  • Professional fees reimbursement
  • Conferences and seminars assistance
  • Business-related travel expenses
  • Certifications and training

Other benefits:

  • Province-wide discounts and premiums
  • Night-shift premium for hours worked between midnight and 7 a.m.
  • Wage increments
  • Weekend on-call premium

Group insurance benefits:

  • Health, dental, and vision benefits
  • Short and long-term disability
  • Group life insurance plan
  • Dependent life insurance plan
  • Voluntary registered pension plan matched by the agency
  • Employee and family assistance plan

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Equal opportunity employer

Ranch Ehrlo Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such will not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, colour, gender, marital status, disability, age, nationality, ancestry, place of origin, sexual orientation, family status, or receipt of public assistance.

Ranch Ehrlo Society believes that everyone should have an equal opportunity in employment, and that all groups within society should have an equal representation within the workforce.

Ranch Ehrlo Society recognizes that the agency does not have equal representation of Indigenous people, and so strongly encourages Indigenous people to apply for positions that arise within the agency.

The principle of equality applies to processes of recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, salary and benefits, transfers, lay-offs and terminations for all positions within the agency. The basis for the above processes rests on employment of quality staff that possesses reasonable occupational qualifications, which is a prerequisite for all employees including those covered by the Human Rights Exemption.