SaskPower
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SaskPower Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1929
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
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Jobs

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Permanent, Full-time
Engineer, Engineering Services South (Electrical)

Coronach, SK

3 days ago

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Temporary, Permanent, Full-time, Contract
Technologist, Engineering (Electrical)

Regina, SK

4 days ago

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Full-time
Specialist, Monitoring & Compliance (Construction)

Moose Jaw, SK

11 days ago

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 70 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Data Administrator (Electrical Engineering Co-op Student) in Regina, SK
on 7 January 2021
Outstanding work environment. Friendly co-workers.
Friendly co-workers. Great pay. Great environment. A good challenge. Decent benefits. A good location. Ample parking. An ideal place to work. No complaints.
Design Engineer in Regina, SK
on 4 June 2020
Nice place to start
Poor worklife balance. The city is bustling, the company is great, the people are nuce, the teams are fantastic, the workload is okay I am satisfied with my start
Distribution Specialist in Regina, SK
on 22 May 2020
productive and fun place to work with table tennis table
A nice place with good vibes. The teams are good. The people are great. The company is wonderful. The neighbourhood is fantastic. The city is glorious.
Summer Student Worker in Island Falls, SK
on 8 May 2020
SaskPower
Working at SaskPower was a good work experience for me I got to learn different things everyday learned about the different jobs they had working at the hydroelectric station and also did janitorial and maintenance work.
Technical Support Manager in Estevan, SK
on 4 May 2020
Exciting and productive work environment
Found a considerable satisfaction in solving complex, process and equipment issues both old and new. Enjoyed seeing co-workers learning from experiences that allowed them to become more confident and effective as each month went by. I took a lot of pride in seeing production levels and targets being met that were thought to be unattainable by supporting managerial staff.
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Interview insights

Insights from 18 Indeed users who have interviewed with SaskPower within the last 5 years.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

I have applied online to get interview call. Questions : Tell us about saskpower? Why wanna work for call centre? How to handle irrate customer? How did you handle the uneasy colleague? What is exceptional customer service? Why you wanna leave the current job?

Shared on 28 February 2020

Interviewed for Customer Service Role; 1. Tell us what you know about SaskPower. 2. Tell us a time when you went beyond the ordinary for a customer 3. Tell us a time when you had to work with a difficult team member. What did you do? How did you handle the situation? 4. Tell us a time when you had to be uncurteous to a very irate customer. (This is a trick question). 5. What does the term exceptional customer service mean to you? 6. Tell is a time when you used your initiative to solve a problem. What was the problem and what suggestion did you offer? 7. Tell us a time management took a decision you didn't like. How did you respond to it? Were you able to influence a change in the management's decision? 8. Give an example of when you used your skill to solve a problem. 9. Tell us when you had to sell a product to a customer. How did you do it? What was the outcome? 10. How will you deal with an irate customer?

Shared on 10 February 2018

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