Working at the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency means you are a part of a compassionate care team of healthcare professionals who understands that every patient journey is unique and requires special treatment, attention and care.

Becoming a part of that care team means we are looking for the best and brightest and--even more importantly--those who understand the complex and sensitive world of cancer care.

"I have been with the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency for five and a half years. The Cancer Agency is an Employer of choice because we work to impact patient's lives at this most difficult time in their lives is incredibly fulfilling and rewarding work" - Lindsay, Donor Search Coordinator.

We Proudly Offer

  • A dynamic, challenging and supportive working environment
  • Competitive salaries

  • Comprehensive benefits packages, including competitive pension options

  • Vacation and Earned Days Off (EDO for In-Scope roles), Scheduled Days Off (SDO for Out-of-Scope roles), and other types of leaves 

  • Advancement opportunities

  • Professional development opportunities

  • Inclusive work settings

  • Flexible work arrangements (depending on the position and responsibilities)

  • Safety first employer

  • Financial reimbursement options for relocation expenses for positions deemed hard-to-recruit

  • Bursary Program – The program is available to new graduates of post-secondary health discipline programs for positions deemed hard to recruit within the Agency. For more information visit the Bursaries page. 

  • Clinical work hours are Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Opportunities for Saskatchewan Cancer Agency (SCA) Employees

SCA employees can view and apply on jobs using Gateway Online.

Current Job Openings


Medical Physicist - Regina or Saskatoon

The Allan Blair Cancer Centre and the Saskatoon Cancer Centre is looking to welcome two newly funded permanent full-time Medical Physicist(s) to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.

Medical Oncologist

Our medical oncologists provide care as members of teams, which include nurses, pharmacists, radiation therapists, oncologists, surgeons, social workers, volunteers and palliative care staff.

Radiation Therapist

We're looking to welcome a full-time Radiation Therapist to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency


The position will have responsibilities in the care of both benign and malignant patients, the proportion of each to be determined in collaboration with the team.