Permit Office Representative 1
SGI Canada/SGI Auto Fund
Posted: Jan 06, 2022
Apply by Jan 16, 2022
SGI is looking for temporary, part-time Permit Office Representative in Regina. These are technical positions relating to the issuance of transportation permits for clients in the trucking, bus, farming, construction and oil industries. In this role you will determine permit type, calculate applicable fees and refunds, and advise permit conditions. You will also answer inquiries and provide information to the public and employees relating to Acts, Regulations, agreements and policy rulings regarding legal weights, permit weights, and dimensions, and process driver’s licences renewals, vehicle registrations, and 24-hour permits.
SGI believes that effective collaboration happens by thinking beyond the role and division, being clear on decisions and accountabilities, building relationships while being open minded and respectful and driving action forward to put the best interests of SGI first. The successful individual for this role will be a team player that buys into this mindset and embodies SGI’s vision, missions and values.
Because SGI is a great place to work. We value integrity, caring and innovation. We have an intentional culture that promotes trust and participation in a way that encourages employees to bring their hearts and minds to their work. Part of the SGI experience that our employees value most lies within the community comprised of their coworkers. The employee community isn’t the only reason our people stay at SGI; we also offer a wide range of benefits and invest in career development to meet the needs of our employees. We embrace diversity, recognizing and celebrating our differences and our similarities. Our careers are as diverse as our employees.
How to Apply
If this is the career opportunity you’ve been waiting for, tell us why you’re the right fit for this role. Learn more about our company, this job, and what your future could look like at SGI by visiting www.sgi.sk.ca/careers.
Submit your application online by 11:59 p.m. on: Sunday, January 16, 2022
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