Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association




RNs and RN(NP)s are leaders in contributing to a healthy population.



The Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA), established in 1917, is the profession-led regulatory body for the province’s Registered Nurses (RNs) and Registered Nurse-Nurse Practitioners [RN(NP)s]. The regulatory body is accountable for ensuring members are competent in providing the services that society has entrusted to them. Individual members are personally accountable for their professional nursing practice through adherence to the code of ethics, practice standards and maintaining competence.

The SRNA is also the association for RNs and RN(NP)s in the province; promoting the professional interest of its members in the public interest. This role includes working with our members and partners to influence healthy public policy and support quality practice environments. The association also implements strategies to support ongoing education of our 11,000 practicing members and promote evidence-based nursing.


Manager, Communications & Public Relations



Reporting to the Executive Director, the Manager, Communications & Public Relations supports the strategic and operational priorities of the SRNA. Key responsibilities include a leadership role in developing and implementing the SRNA communications strategy and plans, building and maintaining the brand through consistency and accuracy in messaging, as well as monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of all SRNA’s communications. The Manager also acts as the first point of contact for all media and prepares notes and talking points for the President and Executive Director. Accountability for budgeting, staff and contractors are also responsibilities of the Manager.

The Manager, Communications & Public Relations requires the following experience and qualifications.

  • 5-10 years of experience in Communications, with a minimum of 3 years in a managerial position.
  • An undergraduate degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations or related field. A Master’s degree is considered an asset.
  • Experience developing, implementing and evaluating communications strategies is a must.
  • Excellent working knowledge of different communications tools and products, including digital and social media is a requirement.
  • Superior leadership, project management and team building skills.
  • Experience as a leader in change management and transformational improvement.
  • Highly developed emotional intelligence and exceptional relationship building skills.
  • Experience in working with community partners (e.g. health promotion groups, other health care organizations) is considered an asset.
  • Prior experience in media and government relations is a major asset.


If you are searching for an opportunity to be a senior leader that plays an integral role in advancing the mandate and related activities of a provincial not-for-profit association, please contact Johan, Wanda or apply on the Aplin website.



Wanda Posehn
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Johan Bolin
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