The agencies, boards and commissions listed below are now accepting applications for current and upcoming vacancies.
Agencies, Boards or Commissions
is currently looking for three (3) members: one to represent the Summerside-Miscouche region and two members-at- large.
These panels are recruiting lawyers to create impartial rosters which will form panels as required under CFTA. Applicants must have expertise in Canadian administrative law or the resolution of disputes arising under Canadian administrative law.
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.
The Regional Economic Advisory Councils are recruiting to fill vacancies in the Capital/Central and West regions. Appointments will begin in September 2018 and run for two-year terms. The Councils are comprised of business and community leaders seeking to guide, develop and help drive economic growth within their regions. Applications are being accepted until midnight on August 31, 2018.
- 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.
The Youth Futures Council offers an exciting opportunity for young leaders to fill five (5) upcoming vacancies. The Council is comprised of a diversity of perspectives and requires youth leaders and young professionals with attachments to trades, agriculture/fisheries, rural healthcare, French/Acadian community as well as young parents. Appointments begin September 2018 for two year terms.
Applicants must be between the age of 16 to 29, able to attend one meeting per month in-person or by video conference and have a desire to champion youth perspective and shape government policy. Apply here by August 21, 2018. Past applications will be considered.