Upcoming Vacancies for Agencies, Boards or Commissions
The agencies, boards and commissions listed below are now accepting applications for current and upcoming vacancies.
Agencies, Boards or Commissions
The CFTA allows for the establishment of a panel to resolve disputes between parties (i.e. government-to-government) or persons and parties (i.e. person-to-government).There are two (2) vacancies on PEI’s panel roster.
The Province is seeking applicants for side panel members to sit on a panel to complete a comprehensive review of the Employment Standards Act. The panel will be comprised of a chairperson and two side panel members, one of which will be a representative for employers and the other a representative for employees. Deadline for applications is March 11, 2020.
The Environmental Advisory Council is seeking applications from individuals to fill pending and upcoming vacancies within the council. The group consists of individuals from different backgrounds such as fisheries, agriculture, conservation and others. who are appointed to advise the minister responsible on environmental matters.
Established in 1974, the MPHEC is an arm’s length organization accountable to the ministers responsible for post-secondary education in the Maritimes. The Commission comprises 20 members representing universities, the public-at-large (including students), and the three Maritime governments. The Commission’s primary orientation in carrying out its duties is to give first consideration to improving and maintaining the best possible service to students as lifelong learners.
The PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation is seeking applications from individuals to serve on its Board of Directors who have an interest and/or experience in Island heritage including natural and human history and the work of museums. Deadline for applications is April 1, 2020.
The Department of Health and Wellness is soliciting applications for a member at large. The department values and supports diversity in representation in its agencies, boards and commissions and encourages applicants from across the Island’s diverse population.
The Premier’s Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention is seeking a chairperson for a five-year term. The mandate of the committee is to coordinate the implementation and evaluation of the provincial Family Violence Prevention Strategy, develop a work plan, ensure integrity of community participation, promote the importance of resource allocations necessary for implementation of the strategy; and communicate initiatives to ensure a high public profile for family violence prevention is maintained across the province.
The Rural Communities Council will provide advice and make recommendations to government on rural topics of people, communities, wellness and the environment as well as explore opportunities for development in rural PEI.
Are you committed to improving quality of life for youth living in Prince Edward Island? As a member of the Premier's Youth Council, you’ll be part of a diverse, dynamic group of young Islanders tasked with advising provincial government, engaging your community, and assisting in the creation of programs and policies that shape your collective futures. Apply here by February 28, 2020.