Processing, Manufacturing, and Utilities
In Saskatchewan, manufacturers make everything from kitchen cabinets and playgrounds to satellites and circuit boards.
Have you ever thought about the process that goes into making the computer you use, the car you ride in, or even the food you eat? These things, and many more that we use every day, are made by manufacturing companies. Manufacturing means “to make by hand” and often when we think of manufacturing we only think of the actual process of making an item. The manufacturing process is so much more than this and involves many steps. Many people contribute to creating, designing, testing, making, and shipping manufactured products around the world. Specialists in research and development, prototype development, materials, marketing and engineering and science are necessary for the creation of new products. People with expertise in machines, plant layout, engineering, welding, assembling, operating equipment, carpentry, and material handling all play a key role in making a product in an efficient, safe, and productive way. People with expertise in human resources, purchasing, marketing, finance and accounting are also needed to make the company run smoothly. Saskatchewan is a world leader in manufacturing equipment used for dry land farming and for making ambulances that are used around the world. The equipment needed to get potash out of the ground is built in Saskatchewan, as are the trailers needed to haul grain from the farm to the elevator. The Saskatchewan manufacturing industry is as diverse as the people needed to create these products and ship them around the world.
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|1||9231||Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing||Operate and monitor multi-function process control machinery and equipment to control the processing of mineral ores, metals or cement.||$53,790 to $102,960||Communication skills, Teamwork, Troubleshooting||English language, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Current Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP/cGMP)||Autodesk Combustion, Boilers, Forklifts||Attention to detail, Flexibility, Fast-paced Setting||Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, Saskatchewan Polytechnic|
|2||9414||Concrete, clay and stone forming operators||Cast and finish concrete products, operate machines to extrude, mould, press and bake clay products, and operate machines to form, cut and finish stone products.||$35,360 to $62,400||Teamwork, Communication skills, Leadership||English language, Blueprint Reading||Forklifts, Lathe machines||Attention to detail, Fast-paced Setting, Flexibility||On The Job Training|
|3||9523||Electronics assemblers, fabricators, inspectors and testers||Assemble, repair and test circuit boards and other electronic components.||$29,640 to $81,060||Teamwork, Organizational skills, Communication skills||English language, PCB / PCBA (Printed Circuit Board / Assembly)||Power tools, Soldering equipment and machines, Microscopes||Attention to detail, Fast-paced Setting, Flexibility||Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission, SED Systems|
|4||9536||Industrial painters, coaters and metal finishing process operators||Use machines or brushes and spray equipment to apply paint, enamel, lacquer or other non-metallic protective and decorative coatings to surfaces of various products. Metal finishing process operators use equipment to deposit metallized substances on surfa||$33,280 to $63,290||Teamwork, Organizational skills, Communication skills||English language, Occupational Health and Safety Act, First aid||Spray guns, Sand blasters, Metal spray equipment||Attention to detail, Fast-paced Setting, Flexibility||On The Job Training|
|5||9446||Industrial sewing machine operators||Operate machines to sew fabric, fur, leather or synthetic materials to produce or repair garments and other articles.||$23,920 to $54,080||Organizational skills, Teamwork, Communication skills||English language||Sewing machines, Velvet||Attention to detail, Fast-paced Setting, Flexibility||On The Job Training|
|6||9613||Labourers in chemical products processing and utilities||Perform material handling, cleaning and routine general labour activities related to petroleum and natural gas processing, pipelines and petrochemicals, chemical and pharmaceutical companies and electrical, water and waste treatment utilities.||$31,200 to $64,480||n.a.||English language||n.a.||Attention to detail||On The Job Training|
|7||9617||Labourers in food, beverage and associated products processing||Perform material handling, clean-up, packaging and other activities related to food and beverage processing.||$25,270 to $47,840||Teamwork, Interpersonal skills, Customer service||English language, Occupational Health and Safety Act||Conveyor systems, Grinding machines and equipment, Forming machines||Fast-paced Setting, Attention to detail, Work under pressure||On The Job Training|
|8||9612||Labourers in metal fabrication||Remove excess metal and unwanted materials from metal parts, castings and other metal products; perform other labour activities.||$30,680 to $60,320||Teamwork, Communication skills, Leadership||English language||n.a.||Attention to detail, Fast-paced Setting||Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies|
|9||9611||Labourers in mineral and metal processing||Perform material handling, clean-up, packaging and other activities related to mineral ore and metal processing.||$31,200 to $72,800||Teamwork, Leadership, Communication skills||English language||Conveyor systems, Forklifts, Feed conveyors||Attention to detail, Fast-paced Setting, Work under pressure||On The Job Training|
|10||9411||Machine operators, mineral and metal processing||Operate single-function machines; operate machinery that is part of a larger production operation processing mineral ore and metal products.||$41,080 to $99,110||Teamwork, Communication skills||English language||Calipers, Micrometers, Milling machines||Attention to detail||Saskatchewan Polytechnic|
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Below are the post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan for Processing, Manufacturing, and Utilities