COVID-19 Update: Nutrien is an essential service, and we are hiring!

Nutrien plays an essential role in ensuring that the world has enough food to feed a growing population. Now more than ever, we know that providing local farmers with the services and solutions they need to plant their crops this spring are vital in guaranteeing that there is food on our tables this fall.
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For more information about how Nutrien is rising to the challenge of growing the world from the ground up, have a look at this message from our CEO, Chuck Magro

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How Is Nutrien Supporting Community?

We are dedicated to supporting the communities where we live and work. As the COVID-19 situation unfolds, Nutrien is deepening our connections with our partners like community food banks, school nutrition programs and community-led organizations to provide local food solutions.
Our focus is ensuring that the most vulnerable in our society, especially kids, have access to the food that they need to stay healthy.
As well, we are working in partnership with Saskatoon Tribal Council and File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council to provide the resources and tools needed to create community gardens, family garden boxes with access to online learning supports, virtual youth education using existing agriculture-focused programs. We have free, online resources to support teachers, parents and students of all ages with their distance-learning efforts. For our Journey 2050 program specifically, everything is provided in a simple, step-by-step guide so that students can explore world food sustainability.
If there is a community organization near you that needs help as a result of COVID-19, let us know. Send the details to .
Keep an eye on this page to learn more and find stories of the amazing collaboration and effort happening in our communities at a time when we need it the most.

Join Our Mission. Feed the Future.

Canada is home to the heart of Nutrien's Potash operations – and to the Aboriginal people who represent the fastest growing part of our population. We believe that investing in Aboriginal people and businesses today will lead to a better workforce, more vibrant communities, and a stronger society.

A Well-Fed,
Sustainable Mission

By 2050, our planet's population will reach nearly 10 billion people. Our mission is to ensure our global food supply keeps up with the growing demand. As the world's largest producer of potash (by capacity) and one of the largest producers of nitrogen and phosphate, our crop inputs and services reach nearly every corner of the globe.
At Nutrien we offer dynamic and challenging opportunities in retail, wholesale, and in various corporate functions. You can expect competitive salaries and great benefits.
A Well-Fed, Sustainable Mission

Where We'll Be Next

We are doing our part in flattening the curve. At this time, events scheduled for spring and summer 2020 have been cancelled or postponed. We will update this section as the situation evolves over time.
Together, we can slow the spread of COVID-19 by making a conscious effort to keep a physical distance between each other. Social distancing is proven to be one of the most effective ways to reduce the spread of illness during an outbreak. With patience and cooperation, we can all do our part.


(Attending the Saskatoon Tribal Council Assembly)

“It has been incredible. I was prepared for the business part of the visit. The partnership, the relationship. All those things that we are focused on and that I am well briefed on. The part that struck me the most was how warm and welcoming the Tribal Council has been to Nutrien and to me personally. I have to admit that CEO Cliff's and Tribal Chief Arcand's comments struck a chord with me. They were personal and non-scripted and really something that I will remember for the foreseeable future.” - Chuck Magro



Nutrien is committed to providing opportunities for Aboriginal people and communities across all our strategies, including human resources, community relations and investment, and procurement. Aboriginal people are an essential part of our future workforce. We engage with them starting in primary and secondary schools by supporting and participating in science fairs, literacy camps, STEM workshops, and career boot camps. We also offer scholarships to high school and post-secondary students, as well as, internships, where individuals can gain experience to become more qualified candidates.

We connect with Aboriginal people of all ages and qualifications at community and educational career fairs to share information about our workplaces, highlight available opportunities, and cover educational requirements. Providing Aboriginal people with opportunities to engage and work with us ensures they have a seat at the table. We believe that Canadians of all backgrounds must do more than simply talk about Reconciliation, which is why Nutrien is taking action. Join us and let's see what we can accomplish together!

Meet some of our team members


Accounting & Finance

  • Accountant (Accounts Payable and Receivable, Inventory)
  • Payroll Analyst


  • Administrative Coordinator
  • Facility Coordinator


  • Data Science
  • Adoption Analyst

Engineering & Technical Services

  • Process Engineer
  • Electrical Technician

Environmental Health & Safety

  • Environmental Affairs
  • Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Specialist

Human Resources, Legal and Other Experienced Professionals

  • Senior Legal Contracts Analyst
  • Advisor, Talent Attraction & Sourcing

Information Technology

  • Senior Data Architect, Data Services
  • Senior Solutions Analyst

Leadership & Management

  • Loadout Supervisor
  • Maintenance Manager

Manufacturing, Operations & Trades

  • Warehouse Operator
  • Millwright & Mechanic

Research & Development

  • Seasonal Field Technician

Sales & Marketing

  • Crop Consultant
  • Agronomist

Supply Chain, Distribution & Logistics

  • Truck Driver (Class A, Delivery, Fuel, Chemical, etc.)
  • Fleet Management
  • Transportation Coordinator

Why work at Nutrien?

Nutrien offers terrific roles, competitive salaries, and comprehensive benefits and retirement programs to support the health and well-being of our employees. We invest in our people through education, training, mentoring, and career development planning.
We are committed to:

  • Safety-first work environment

    Safety-First Work Environment

  • Health & Wellness Plans

    Health & Wellness Plans

  • Competitive Total Rewards

    Competitive Total Rewards

  • An Integrity based culture

    An Integrity Based Culture

  • Retirement & Savings Programs

    Retirement & Savings Programs

  • Global employment opportunities

    Global Employment Opportunities

Careers to grow on

It doesn't matter if you're just starting your career or are a seasoned professional, we believe learning is lifelong. We invest in our team members through education, training, mentorship, and career development planning. Join us and grow your career while we work together to Grow Our World from the Ground Up.

Careers to grow on

Engaging Our Communities

At Nutrien, our commitment to Aboriginal communities in Canada is rooted in our mutual success. This means investing in the long-term sustainability and viability of the provinces where we operate through the support of initiatives, programs, and services that contribute to closing the economic participation gap of Aboriginal people. For more information regarding our investments in communities and how we are actively engaged in the important work of reconciliation, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

One example we are proud of is the Nutrien Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program, which has helped a number of Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) communities establish youth business clubs. Students gain experience in business planning, marketing, networking, and philanthropy, which helps them lead their communities and companies into the future.

Engaging our communities