We rely on dedicated, energetic people and strive for a fun, tight-knit family atmosphere. We offer a safe and exciting place to work (and yes, free donuts!) committed to great quality and service. Whether it’s your first job, a chance to earn some extra money, or you’re looking for a unique travel experience, we are always accepting applications for consideration. Our Policy Guide below provides further details on job requirements and policies.
We are hiring for the 2021 Saskatoon Ex! August 6 – 15, 2021
- Temporary part-time and full-time customer service positions available
- Review the documents below: “Saskatoon Ex 2021” job description and policy guide, and if you’re interested, please fill out the “Job Application” PDF and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please note these positions require long periods of standing and being near deep fryers.
- Successful applicants will be given a shift schedule for confirmation, and must attend an orientation on Thursday, August 5 at 1 pm at our booth location (on the corner of the midway entrance at the Lorne Avenue admission gate).
- Applicants who are 14 or 15 years old must complete Saskatchewan’s Young Worker Readiness Course (https://www.ywrcc.ca) and send a copy with their resume.
- Flexible shifts starting between 12 pm and 7 pm, and bonuses available for those who complete the event, are available to work until 1 am, and/or have great job performance/work effort. Friday, Saturday and Sunday availability is required.
- Applicants must be legal to work in Canada, reside in the Saskatoon area, and speak conversational English.
- No experience is required. This position is ideal for young workers, new Canadians, and others needing to build their work history.
All applicants in Alberta must complete a food handlers’ safety training course. Check the “Food Handling Training Guide” below to see which courses are approved in your province for the position you are applying for. Links to courses are included in the document.
Please note that all applicants must be legally able to work in Canada. As a small seasonal company, we are not able to provide work visas for out-of-country applicants.