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Custodial Position (full-time) - St. Philip Neri Parish, Saskatoon

Custodial Position at St. Philip Neri Parish, Saskatoon

Position Overview

The Custodian, reporting to the Pastor, is responsible for providing maintenance, setup and cleaning services at the Parish. The custodian is responsible for routine maintenance activities in the facility. Primary duties include the cleaning, maintenance, repairs, adjustments and servicing the facility.

Working Conditions

• Full-time position of 24-30 hours per week

• Regularly scheduled hours (Monday to Friday) with occasional after-hours calls

• Self-directed independent work (routine and episodic)

• Remunerated monthly according to the Custodial & Building Maintenance Salary Grid of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon (501 + Families – ‘B’ Stream for Head Custodian or Similar Role)

Job Specification

• Experience as a caretaker/building operator, preferably in an institutional setting (eg., school, hospital, convention centre etc.), with a working knowledge of plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems is an asset.


For a complete job description, please call Glenn Hilton, of the St. Philip Neri Parish Personnel Committee, at (306) 229-5598, or email the Parish Office at office@stphilipneriparish.ca.

Send your letter of application to the Personnel Committee, c/o St. Philip Neri Parish, at office@stphilipneriparish.caby Friday, July 16, 2021.

Site Lead for Samaritan Place, Saskatoon

Site Lead

Samaritan Place Corp. of Saskatoon (Samaritan Place) is recruiting for the position of Site Lead.

Samaritan Place is a Catholic faith-based special care home, owned by Emmanuel Health. Samaritan Place is proud to serve the health needs of Saskatoon and surrounding communities.

Reporting to the Executive Director of St. Ann’s Senior Citizens Village, Samaritan Place and the Hospice at Glengarda, the Site Lead will be accountable for leadership of this mission-driven organization and will have the authority, and be responsible, for the day to day management of Samaritan Place., and the services and programs it operates, including ensuring their effective and efficient operation.

The Site Lead manages and operates the organization in conformity with the Health Ethics Guide as approved by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops and provides leadership to ensure the mission and values are integrated within the Samaritan Place. The Site Lead will have a clear mandate to lead and manage change aimed at delivering excellence in health care services within the functions and programs of Samaritan place.  The Site Lead provides leadership for Emmanuel Health initiatives, as delegated by the Executive Director.

The Site Lead will embrace the principles of Catholic health care, including honouring the dignity and respect of all persons. Samaritan Place is driven by its mission where care is compassionate, resident directed, safe and respectful and where we advance the healing and caring ministry of Jesus Christ by responding to needs of the spirit, mind, body, and culture of those who enter our home.  The Site Lead will have a successful track record of leading in a manner that is values-based and balances fiscal accountability with an unwavering dedication to human dignity, compassion, holistic care, spirituality, collaboration and integrity.

The successful candidate will possess a combination of relevant educational qualifications and leadership experience, including creating a people-centered organizational culture.  Experience in an executive role, working in the long-term care or health care sector and a professional designation are definite assets.

If you are interested in this opportunity and possess the passion, vision, experience and leadership competencies required for this position, we invite you to submit your resume.

Please submit your resume in confidence by July 29 to Liza Koczka, Human Resources Associate, Samaritan Place, at LKoczka@samaritanplace.ca.


Samaritan Place thanks all who express an interest in this position and advises only those selected for interviews will be contacted.  All documentation will be treated confidentially.

Human Resources

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Personnel Policy for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon: Download the Personnel Policy for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon at Personnel Policy Diocese of Saskatoon This policy is applicable to all Lay Employees, Clergy and Lay Managers (such as Parish Life Directors) within the diocese.

Harassment and Bullying Policy for the Roman Catholic of Saskatoon (April 2021): Every worker is entitled to employment and a work environment free of harassment and bullying. The Diocese is committed to ensuring a productive environment where the dignity and worth of every person, as a child of God, is respected (cf. CCC 1931). Harassment and bullying will not be tolerated and the diocese will take all reasonable steps to prevent harassment and bullying and stop it if it occurs. Downloads: Harassment and Bullying Policy / Mandated Features of a Harassment & Bullying Policy / Employee Assistance Plan – Brochure PDF

Vicki Towriss, CPHR, of Towriss & Associates Workforce Solutions LTD. has been engaged to provide human resources services for the diocese on an interim basis effective May 18, 2021. Contact her at vtowriss@rcdos.ca or (306) 659-5835.