Saskatchewan introduced the International Healthcare Worker EOI Pool

By Joseph Parker [Published 21 Dec, 2021 | 05:05 AM]
Saskatchewan introduced the International Healthcare Worker EOI Pool

The province of Saskatchewan has established a new International Healthcare Worker Expression of Interest (EOI) Pool. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program will host the pool (SINP). The pool's goal is to match healthcare personnel with career opportunities in Saskatchewan. It will further help the policymakers to boost Canada immigration.

The new International Healthcare Worker EOI submission method is not an application to the SINP but rather a pre-application form that allows applicants to indicate their interest in working in a certain health care vocation in Saskatchewan by submitting an online form.

Saskatchewan will assess your credentials, and if you have the talents that a potential employer is seeking for, the province will contact you with information on how to apply for a position. If you are then offered a position, you might be eligible for the SINP's International Skilled Worker: Employment Offer or the Hard-to-Fill Skills Pilot.

The SINP website has instructions for creating an EOI profile for Canada PR. To file an EOI, you must have a professional background that fits under one of the National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes listed below:

NOC 1252   Health Information Management Practitioner

NOC 3012   Registered Nurse and Registered Psychiatric Nurse

NOC 3122   Chiropractors

NOC 3124   Nurse Practitioner

NOC 3131   Pharmacist

NOC 3141   Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathologist

NOC 3142   Physical Therapist

NOC 3143   Occupational Therapist

NOC 3211   Combined Laboratory & X‐Ray Technologist, Clinical Genetics Technologist, and Medical Laboratory Technologist

NOC 3212   Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists' assistants

NOC 3214   Respiratory Therapists, Cardiopulmonary Function Technologist, Perfusionist

NOC 3215   Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist, Medical Radiation Technologist, Nuclear Medicine Technologist

NOC 3216   Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer, Diagnostic Medical Sonographer

NOC 3217   Cardiology Technologist and Cardiovascular Technologist, Electro neurophysiology Technologist

NOC 3219   Pharmacy Technician

NOC 3223   Dental technologists, technicians, and laboratory assistants

NOC 3233   Licensed Practical Nurse

NOC 3234   Emergency Medical Technician

NOC 3237   Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment

NOC 3413   Continuing Care Assistant

NOC 4151   Psychologist (Masters and Ph.D.)

Once you have a job offer, you can apply under one of the following streams.

Qualifying requirements for the International Skilled Worker include the following:

If you already live in Canada, you must have legal status.

Obtain a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of 4 in each of the four language abilities (reading, writing, speaking, and listening)

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Have a permanent, full-time employment offer from a Saskatchewan firm that is a SINP participant.

Have at least one year of paid work experience in the targeted occupation in the previous ten years.

If your employment offer is in an occupation regulated in Saskatchewan and requires licensing, get evidence of eligibility for Saskatchewan licensure.

Score at least 60 points out of a possible 110 on the points evaluation grid.

Criteria for the pilot for Hard-to-fill positions, which debuted on November 25, 2021, include:

Have a permanent, full-time employment offer from a Saskatchewan firm, a SINP participant.

Meet the CLB's minimal language requirement.

Meet the minimal education and work experience requirements, including one year of experience in the same occupation as the job offer or six months of experience in that position in Saskatchewan.

Tags: EOI, healthcare, PNP, provincial nominee program, saskatchewan, Saskatchewan EOI, sinp

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