Community Jobs

Employment Resource Partners

The following employment services and job placement agencies have shown a commitment toward making their services more accessible and inclusive to Two-Spirit, trans, non-binary, and gender nonconforming individuals.

This section is in development as we continue to help service providers receive the relevant training needed to better serve gender diverse individuals.


Quint Development Corporation [Employment Services]
Kayla Brien (she/her) – Employer Relations


Current Community Opportunities

Below is a list of current employment opportunities within the province (or remotely based) that have a good track record with fostering affirming and supportive environments for their gender diverse employees.

If you know of, or represent, any other great companies, organizations, or businesses with a good trans inclusion policy and non-discriminatory hiring practices, please let us know by emailing our Outreach & Events Coordinator, Nillin Lore.


OutSaskatoon (full-time) [apply by July 26, 2021]: Drop-In Coordinator

OutSaskatoon (full-time) [apply by July 26, 2021]: Office Manager

OutSaskatoon (full-time) [apply by July 26, 2021]: fYrefly Program Coordinator


Calls For Submissions

For the writers among you, there are a decent amount of opportunities to make some extra money submitting your poetry, short stories, and essays to various anthology projects throughout the year! Note that you will likely require a PayPal account to receive payments for a great deal of these opportunities.

Lambda Literary


The Home Depot

Pride at Work Canada says: “The Home Depot Canada has been recognized as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers since 2010, and has enshrined “Respect for All People” as one of their core values, and “Building Inclusion” as a core competency. They have been a member of Pride at Work Canada since 2009.”

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Starbucks is one of the rare employers out there with a dress code policy that allows for diverse gender expressions, hairstyles, tattoos, piercings, etc. Further, while not as expansive as it’s US counterpart, trans employees are able to get some of their HRT, medications, and mental health support costs covered.

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City of Saskatoon

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University of Saskatchewan

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