Upcoming Vacancies

The agencies, boards and commissions listed below are now accepting applications for current and upcoming vacancies.

Agencies, Boards or Commissions

Health PEI Board of Directors

is recruiting five (5) board members who possess the skills, knowledge, experience and competencies determined by the Minister as necessary to ensure the effective governance of Health PEI; and are representative of various community perspectives.

PEI Funeral Services and Professions Board

The Department of Health and Wellness is recruiting a layperson to fill a vacancy on the PEI Funeral Services and Professions Board.  The candidate must be an individual who has never provided funeral services, performed embalming or operated a funeral home, embalming facility or transfer service. Familiarity with regulatory matters and processes and the funeral sector would be assets.

Provincial Apprenticeship Board

The Provincial Apprenticeship Board has three (3) vacancies that need to be filled as soon as possible, as follows: chairperson and two (2) employee representatives. Members are appointed for a three-year term, with the possibility of reinstatement for another three years. The Board meets a minimum of three times a year with additional meetings as required.  Previous involvement with trades and/or the apprenticeship program would be an asset. It is preferred that members also hold a certificate of qualification with Red Seal endorsement. The closing date to apply is September 30, 2018.

Workers Compensation Appeal Tribunal

The Workers Compensation Appeals Tribunal (WCAT) is currently looking for members of the public who live in western PEI to serve as employer representatives or worker representatives on a three person panel. It is anticipated that much of the workload for tribunal members will be focused during the first 12-24 months.
Applicants should :
  • have experience with or be willing to acquire a working knowledge of the Workers Compensation Act and Regulations as well as Workers Compensation Board policies;
  • have the ability to read and understand written materials that involve complex medical and legal issues;
  • have access to reliable transportation and be able to travel to Charlottetown and/or Summerside for hearings;
  • have excellent computer skills (ie: email, word processing, etc.) and access to a computer.
Published date: 
October 5, 2018
Executive Council

General Inquiries

Executive Council Office
5th Floor, Shaw Building
95 Rochford Street
P.O. Box 2000,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8

General Inquiries:
Phone: (902) 368-4502
Fax: (902) 368-6118


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