Careers at Access Communications

As one of Saskatchewan's Top Employers, we believe in making an important contribution to the cities and towns we serve and encourage our employees to follow suit. Our commitment to employment equity allow us to develop a workforce that truly reflects the diversity of backgrounds in our province. Here, our employees can grow and enjoy unique career and training opportunities, competitive compensation and benefits.


Find out why Access is a great place to work and how we can be your next career destination!

Working at Access

We are privileged to work with the people of Saskatchewan to make those things happen in the communities we serve.

About our co-operative

Get to know our departments

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Current opportunities

Access believes in providing job opportunities all across the province. Use the link below to explore job postings or apply for a position.

View current job opportunities

Volunteer opportunities

By volunteering with us, you are not only giving back to your community, but also being given the opportunity to network, meet new people, make friends, maintain your skills, learn new skills, build your resume, have some fun and positively contribute to individuals and community organizations.

Learn more about volunteering

Student opportunities

We partner with many Saskatchewan post-secondary institutions to offer job opportunities for students. Consult your co-operative office to learn more about Summer and co-operative opportunities with us. 

We also award graduating high school and post-secondary students with scholarships every year.

Learn more about scholarships

Our awards and memberships

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Zero injuries, zero fatalities and zero suffering

We are a signatory of the Saskatchewan Health & Safety Leadership Charter and a supporter of the Mission: Zero initiative. Safety is our top priority and we embed the concept of Mission: Zero in everything that we do with our customers and employees. Watch the video below or visit the WorkSafe Saskatchewan website to learn more.