Careers at Sagen
Our company aims to be the most trusted partner for lenders and brokers across Canada. That means hiring people with a customer-centric mindset who embrace change and value collaboration as much as we do.
Work You Can Be Proud of
At Sagen™, we embrace challenging assignments, provide targeted career development, and personal growth. We believe our work impacts our employees as much as our customers.
Living Our Values
We’re guided by our values, which define who we are and how we work. They’re also fundamental to our success in keeping our promises to our customers, colleagues, and partners.
We’re Invested in Your Well-Being
We’re committed to giving our colleagues the support they need to succeed. This means more than just financial support—it also means great benefits, a positive work environment, and ongoing opportunities for personal and professional development.
Proud to Celebrate Diversity
Inclusive organizations with truly diverse teams perform better. We at Sagen acknowledge that systemic racism exists along with other inequities in Canada. Our CEO’s pledge to The Black North Initiative is to have the difficult conversations about the barriers to business, beginning with Black and Indigenous people and other underrepresented racialized groups.
Sagen is also an employer partner with the Canadian Center for Diversity and Inclusion to ensure we understand and tackle the issues to increase equity and opportunities for all regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender or disabilities. Sagen is committed to accountable and actionable strategic anti-racism initiatives, promoting the LGBTQ+ community and breaking down barriers for people with disabilities.
Our Company Was Honoured in 2020 “Women Lead Here” Rankings
The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business (ROB) Women Leader Here, is a comprehensive new annual program that benchmarks the executive gender parity performance of the largest publicly-traded companies in Canada. Sagen™ earned 2nd place among a group of companies with market capitalizations of more than $5 billion. We commend Canada’s national newspaper for raising public awareness — and like us — championing gender diversity