Saskatchewan PNP Occupation List 2019

Saskatchewan immigration programs are very easy among all other provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs) in Canada. Its Occupation in-Demand category is also highly popular among international immigrants thanks to its immigrant-friendly policies and easy-to-apply method at present; It is accepting applications across 37 in-demand occupations. Saskatchewan is a western state in Canada and is home to nearly 1,114,170 Canadians. The sparsely populated Canadian state has a high frequency of issuing nominations for PR Visas to skilled immigrants. The SINP is part of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program, which allows taking part provinces and territories to nominate a set number of economic immigration candidates for Canadian permanent residence from India. Please ask any queries regarding this.

Note – Candidates in the federal Express Entry pool who get a provincial nomination through the SINP’s Express Entry sub-category awarded an additional 600 points toward their ranking score guaranteeing an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence. Your application will get cleared between 4 to 6 months to get an invitation to apply from the Province of Saskatchewan. Candidate need to get a minimum score of 60 points out of 100 in the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) factor assessment grid.

You need to create a CIC profile online in the Express Entry Pool. You will need to put in information such as age, language ability, educational qualification, and work experience. Once you have done this, you will get a comprehensive ranking system (CRS) rank, and this will ultimately decide if you get selected for immigration to Canada.

SINP’s In-Demand Occupations List – Candidates are not in the Express Entry pool may also pursue a nomination by the SINP through the Occupation In-Demand sub-category as per the below Occupation List of Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan PNP has expanded the list of in-demand occupations associated with both its Express Entry and In-Demand Occupation sub-categories, from 19 occupations to over 200 on 18th September 2019. The Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry program sub-categories are for Applicant who have education and work experience in a high-skilled and in-demand occupation. Eligible occupations for the Occupation in Demand and Express Entry program sub-categories are high-skilled occupations in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) Matrix levels, SINP Excluded Occupation List mentioned below for which an applicant cannot apply.

Below are the highly skilled occupations list which includes:

NOC “A" (occupations that usually require a university education);

NOC “B" (occupations that usually require a college education or apprenticeship training); or

NOC “0" (management).

Note – This sub-category is for skilled workers who:

  • Don’t have a job offer in Saskatchewan but are highly skilled in an in-demand occupation in the province, and
  • Meet the sub-category criteria. Criteria can change, but we use what was on the website of Saskatchewan province when we received your complete application. So make sure you apply before the occupation list gets close for your profile.

SINP In-Demand Occupations

The following are new occupations on the SINP’s In-Demand Occupations List. The * denotes occupations that do not require licensure.These list are based on the SINP’s Excluded Occupations List, which replaced the In-Demand Occupations List in September 2019

SINP in-demand occupations - no licensure required

Skill Type 0 – Managerial

NOCOCCUPATION TITLESKILL LEVEL / TYPE
912Utilities managers0
13Senior managers - financial, communications and other business services0
14Senior managers - health, education, social and community services and membership organizations0
16Senior managers - construction, transportation, production and utilities0
111Financial managers0
112Human resources managers0
113Purchasing managers0
114Other administrative services managers0
121Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers0
122Banking, credit and other investment managers0
124Advertising, marketing and public relations managers0
125Other business services managers0
131Telecommunication carrier managers0
132Postal and courier services managers0
212Architecture and science managers0
213Computer and information systems managers0
421Administrators - post-secondary education and vocational training0
423Managers in social, community and correctional services0
601Corporate sales managers0
621Retail and wholesale trade managers0
631Restaurant and food service managers0
632Accommodation service managers0
651Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c.0
711Construction managers0
712Home building and renovation managers0
714Facility operation and maintenance managers0
731Managers in transportation0
811Managers in natural resources production and fishing0
821Managers in agriculture0
911Manufacturing managers0

Skill Level A – Professional

NOCOCCUPATION TITLESKILL LEVEL / TYPE
4169Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c.A
1112Financial and investment analystsA
1114Other financial officersA
1121Human resources professionalsA
1122Professional occupations in business management consultingA
1123Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relationsA
2112ChemistsA
2121Biologists and related scientistsA
2161Mathematicians, statisticians and actuariesA
2171Information systems analysts and consultantsA
2172Database analysts and data administratorsA
4011University professors and lecturersA
4021College and other vocational instructorsA
4033Educational counsellorsA
4153Family, marriage and other related counsellorsA
4156Employment counsellorsA
4161Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officersA
4162Economists and economic policy researchers and analystsA
4163Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultantsA
4164Social policy researchers, consultants and program officersA
4165Health policy researchers, consultants and program officersA
4166Education policy researchers, consultants and program officersA
4167Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officersA

Skill Level B – Technical or Skilled Trades

NOCOCCUPATION TITLESKILL LEVEL / TYPE
9241Power engineers and power systems operatorsB
1211Supervisors, general office and administrative support workersB
1212Supervisors, finance and insurance office workersB
1213Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workersB
1214Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupationsB
1215Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupationsB
1221Administrative officersB
1222Executive assistantsB
1223Human resources and recruitment officersB
1224Property administratorsB
1225Purchasing agents and officersB
1226Conference and event plannersB
1241Administrative assistantsB
1242Legal administrative assistantsB
1243Medical administrative assistantsB
1251Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupationsB
1252Health information management occupationsB
1253Records management techniciansB
1254Statistical officers and related research support occupationsB
1313Insurance underwritersB
2211Chemical technologists and techniciansB
2212Geological and mineral technologists and techniciansB
2222Agricultural and fish products inspectorsB
2223Forestry technologists and techniciansB
2224Conservation and fishery officersB
2231Civil engineering technologists and techniciansB
2232Mechanical engineering technologists and techniciansB
2233Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and techniciansB
2234Construction estimatorsB
2241Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and techniciansB
2242Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)B
2243Industrial instrument technicians and mechanicsB
2244Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectorsB
2252Industrial designersB
2253Drafting technologists and techniciansB
2254Land survey technologists and techniciansB
2255Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorologyB
2261Non-destructive testers and inspection techniciansB
2262Engineering inspectors and regulatory officersB
2263Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safetyB
2264Construction inspectorsB
2272Air traffic controllers and related occupationsB
2281Computer network techniciansB
2282User support techniciansB
2283Information systems testing techniciansB
3212Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists' assistantsB
3214Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologistsB
3217Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists, n.e.c.B
3219Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health)B
3223Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory assistantsB
3237Other technical occupations in therapy and assessmentB
4211Paralegal and related occupationsB
4212Social and community service workersB
4216Other instructorsB
6211Retail sales supervisorsB
6221Technical sales specialists - wholesale tradeB
6222Retail and wholesale buyersB
6235Financial sales representativesB
6312Executive housekeepersB
6313Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisorsB
6315Cleaning supervisorsB
6316Other services supervisorsB
6321ChefsB
6342Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and millinersB
6344Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupationsB
6345UpholsterersB
7232Tool and die makersB
7245Telecommunications line and cable workersB
7246Telecommunications installation and repair workersB
7282Concrete finishersB
7284Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathersB
7295Floor covering installersB
7301Contractors and supervisors, mechanic tradesB
7302Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crewsB
7304Supervisors, railway transport operationsB
7305Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operatorsB
7311Construction millwrights and industrial mechanicsB
7313Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanicsB
7314Railway carmen/womenB
7315Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectorsB
7332Appliance servicers and repairersB
7333Electrical mechanicsB
7334Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanicsB
7335Other small engine and small equipment repairersB
7362Railway conductors and brakemen/womenB
7381Printing press operatorsB
7384Other trades and related occupations, n.e.c.B
8211Supervisors, logging and forestryB
8221Supervisors, mining and quarryingB
8222Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and servicesB
8231Underground production and development minersB
8241Logging machinery operatorsB
8252Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workersB
8255Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture servicesB
9211Supervisors, mineral and metal processingB
9212Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilitiesB
9213Supervisors, food and beverage processingB
9215Supervisors, forest products processingB
9226Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturingB
9231Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processingB
9232Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas and chemical processingB

SINP in-demand occupations — licensure required

1. Engineering Occupations and Professional Requirements

National Occupation Classification (NOC)SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or LicensureSINP Education Requirements Specific to this occupation
2148: Other professional engineers
0211: Engineering ManagersProvide a letter from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing that your application for registration as an Engineer-in-Training has been approved, or, a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.
2131: Civil engineersor

A letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.

2132: Mechanical engineers
2133: Electrical and electronics engineers
2134: Chemical engineers
2141: Industrial and manufacturing engineers
2142: Metallurgical and materials engineers
2143: Mining engineers
2144: Geological engineers
2147: Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)

2. Trade Occupations and Professional Requirements

National Occupation Classification (NOC)SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or LicensureSINP Education Requirements Specific to this occupation
7373: Water well drillers
0822: Managers in HorticultureFor Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC).You must have completed an apprenticeship program or vocational training in your chosen trades-related occupation.
2225: Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialistsFor Occupations in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan.
6322: CooksFor holders a certificate of qualification from another Canadian province or hold a Red Seal certification, provide a copy of the certificate.
7201: Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations*Industrial electricians (NOC 7242) and Power system electricians (NOC 7243) are expected to meet the same licensing requirements for standard Electricians (NOC 7241) and the scope of the construction electrician trade in Saskatchewan.
7202: Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
7203: Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades
7204: Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades
7205: Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
7231: Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors
7234: Boilermakers
7235: Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters
7236: Ironworkers
7237: Welders and related machine operators
7241: Electrician (except industrial and power system)
7242: Industrial electricians*
7243: Power system electricians*
7244: Electrical power line and cable workers
7251: Plumbers
7252: Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
7271: Carpenters
7272: Cabinetmakers
7281: Bricklayers
7283: Tilesetters
7291: Roofers and shinglers
7292: Glaziers
7293: Insulators
7294: Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)
7312: Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
7321: Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers
7322: Motor vehicle body repairers
7371: Crane operators

3. Other Occupations and Professional Requirements

National Occupation Classification (NOC)SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or LicensureSINP Education Requirements Specific to this occupation
1311: Accounting TechniciansApplicants must have completed a minimum two-year diploma program in accounting which includes specialized courses in automated accounting, taxation, financial and cost accounting, auditing,intermediate accounting, managerial accounting and accounting
2123:
Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists
Applicants must provide a copy of their valid membership with the  Saskatchewan Institute of   Agrologists  (SIA).
or Provide a copy of the documentation they received from the SIA’s Admissions and Registration Committee detailing:
• Their “Conditional approval” for membership as an articling member;
• Their “Approval” for membership as an articling member.
If the applicant's education is in a discipline other than agrology, the SIA will not assess their credentials. They must provide their educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization.
2152:
Architects
Provide their “Academic Certification” documentation from the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB).

or

Documentation from the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) showing their acceptance into the Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect (BEFA) program including an invitation to apply to the self-assessment phase (2nd step).
2154:
Land Surveyors
Provide their Certification of Completion from the  Canadian Board of Examiners for   Professional Surveyors  (CBEPS).
2173: Software engineers and designersProvide documentation from the Canadian Association of Information Technology Professionals (CIPS) showing the applicant's:You must have completed a minimum three-year program in computer science, information technology, computer science systems, or a related discipline in integrated multimedia or computing science.
2174: Computer programmers and interactive media developersComputer Science engineering programs will not be considered.
2175: Web designers and developers
2221: Biological technologists and techniciansor Provide a copy of the documentation they received from the SIA’s Admissions and Registration Committee detailing:
• their “conditional approval” for membership as an articling agricultural technologist member; or
• their “approval” for membership as an articling agricultural technologist member.
If their education is in a discipline other than agrology, the SIA will not assess their credentials. Provide your educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization.
2251: Architectural technologists and techniciansApplicants must have completed a degree or minimum two-year diploma program in architectural technology.
3122: ChiropractorProvide proof that they have graduated from a four-year Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) program that has been accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education Canada (CCEC) or the Councils on Chiropractic Education International (CCEI). The list of accredited programs, and information on the national chiropractic examination eligibility, can be found on the website for the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board.
3143: Occupational TherapistsApplicants must provide a copy of their valid licensure from the Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists (SSOT) or Provide a copy of the documentation they received from the  Substantially Equivalent Assessment Seas (SEAS)  process confirming they have fulfilled the requirements for the  Professional Specific Credential Assessment  (PSCA) and their eligibility to continue to the  Competency Assessment.
3211: Medical laboratory technologistsApplicants must provide a copy of their valid licensure from the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT) or Provide a copy of the Credential Document Review letter from the SSMLT Registrar indicating they meet initial eligibility requirements to apply to the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT) for a license. NOTE: To determine eligibility for an SSMLT licence, the applicant must first obtain a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) report from the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) for the Credential Document Review application.
3215: Medical radiation technologistsApplicants must provide a copy of their valid licensure (restricted or full) from the Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (SAMRT); or Provide a copy of the email from the SAMRT Registrar outlining their eligibility to apply to the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) to have your credentials assessed; AND a copy of the letter from the CAMRT notifying you of your assessment result and access to the national certification exam.
3216: Medical sonographersProvide documentation from Sonography Canada showing the applicant's eligibility to challenge their qualifying examinations; or Provide their Examination Confirmation Letter (ECL) or proof of Sonography Certification from the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS). Note: ARDMS examinations can be written in various testing centres worldwide through Pearson VUE.
3234: Paramedical occupationsProvide a copy of your valid licensure from the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics (SCoP);
or Provide a copy of the correspondence from SCoP outlining their eligibility to apply to write the national certification exam related to your practice level.
4151: PsychologistsApplicants must provide documentation from the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists showing their eligibility for provisional licensure.
4152: Social WorkersApplicants must provide a copy of their valid registration with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers (SASW) or If they have a Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in Social Work, provide the assessment of equivalency letter from the Canadian Association of Social Workers(CASW).
4212: If the applicant has a Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in Social Work, they must provide their assessment of equivalency letter from the Canadian Association of Social Workers(CASW).Applicants must have completed a degree or minimum two year diploma program in social work, child and youth care, social science or psychology.
Social and community service workersIf their education is in a discipline other than social work the CASW will not assess your credentials. Provide your educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization.
4214: Early Childhood EducatorsLevel II or III Early Childhood Educator Certification is required for SINP eligibility. Applicants must provide copies of their assessment letter, the Early Learning and Child Care Assessment Sheet, and your Certificate of Qualification at Level II or III in Early Childhood Education from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.
4215: Instructors of persons with disabilitiesApplicants must have completed a degree or minimum two-year diploma program with a specialization in special education, rehabilitation, orientation and mobility, visual impairment, hearing impairment or intellectual disability.
6332: BakersApplicants must have completed a minimum two-year diploma program or a vocational training program specializing in baking and pastry arts which includes at least one year of on the job training.
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