Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Tech Talent Pathway 2023

This subcategory is for high-skilled technology and innovation sector workers who have a job offer from a Saskatchewan employer in these specific sectors. Only the following 17 NOC occupations are allowed under this program:

20012   Computer and information systems managers

21310   Electrical and Electronics engineers

21311   Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)

21211   Data Scientist

21220   Cybersecurity specialists

21221   Business system specialist

21222   Information System Specialist

21233   Web designer

21223   Database analysts and data administrator

21231   Software engineers and designers

21230   Computer systems developers and programmers

21232   Software developers and programmers

21234   Web developers and programmers

21233   Web designers

22220   Computer network and web technicians

22221   User support technicians

22222   Information systems testing technicians

How to apply? Once you get a job offer with a job approval letter from the SINP, create an online account with SINP, complete the required fields, scan and upload the required documents and submit the application.

LanguageMust have a minimum of CLB 5 in English/French if you are not working for the employer who is offering a job offer. If you are currently working for an employer who is extending a job offer, they must meet the employer’s language requirements.  
ExperienceIf you are in Saskatchewan, you should have at least 6 months of full-time work(30+hrs/week) experience for the employer who is extending you a job offer. If you have a job offer from a different employer who is not your current employer, in this case, you must have 1-year work experience earned in the last 5 years. Both internal and overseas applicants should have at least 1-year high-skilled and relevant work experience in the last 5 years.
Job OfferMust have a permanent and full-time SINP approved job offer from a Saskatchewan employer. This offer can only be in the technology or innovation sectors.  
EducationMust have completed post-secondary education (Master’s, Bachelors, etc.) in job-related areas, or ECA if education is completed abroad.
OtherSpecific NOCs listed following must receive a license from APEGS (the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan): NOC 21311 – Computer Engineers (except software engineers and designers), NOC 21231 – Software Engineers and Designers, NOC 21211 – Data Scientists and NOC 21310 – Electrical and Electronics Engineers  


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