Ken has worked in senior policy and executive roles for a wide variety of provincial ministries in Saskatchewan. He has held positions with Northern Affairs, Economic and Cooperative Development, Industry and Resources, Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport, Economy, and Executive Council.
His work has contributed toward major milestones in the province. These include the creation of the Saskatchewan Pavilion at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, the establishment of a new Crown corporation (Tourism Saskatchewan), and the development of the Saskatchewan Growth Plan. He was also instrumental in developing the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan during the COVID-19 pandemic and The Labour Mobility and Fair Registration Practices Act. The act aims to attract skilled workers to the province from within Canada or abroad to meet the demands of its growing economy.