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 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.
Holland College has been committed to providing the best quality programs and services to its clients and has been a key contributor to the island economy for fifty years. Holland College has campuses and centers throughout PEI.
The Holland College Board of Governors is the governing body of the college. The Board oversees the government, conduct, management, and control of the college and college property, revenues, expenditures, business and affairs are vested in the board and the board has all powers necessary or convenient to perform its duties and achieve the object and purpose of Holland College.
The Holland College Board of Governors is currently seeking applications from individuals to fill vacancies for representatives from the business and industrial community in Prince Edward Island. Deadline for applications is September 7, 2020.
The Labour Relations Board is currently recruiting applicants. The purpose of the Board is to resolve applications from either labour or management. The Board may be required to hold hearings related to certification, unfair labour practice complaints, jurisdictional disputes, revocation of certification orders, as well as other matters. Applicants should have experience and knowledge of labour relations and experience with administrative law would be an asset. Please be advised that meetings and hearings are held during business hours.
The Land Matters Advisory Committee will support government’s efforts to develop land policy and legislation and will provide advice and guidance to ensure policies and legislation reflect the current and future needs of the province. Individuals with a background in, and/or knowledge of, land-related issues, policies or legislation are encouraged to apply. Deadline for applications is August 31, 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 Department of Agriculture and Land is seeking applications from individuals with a background in grain production to fill a vacancy on the PEI Grain Elevators Corporation. Deadline for applications is August 19, 2020.
The PEI Grain Elevators Corporation conducts the affairs and business of the PEI Grain Elevators Corporation. The objects of the Corporation are two stimulate feed grain production in the province; to bring uniformity to the industry through marketing of grain produced in the province; to provide facilities for the central marketing, drying and storage of grain; and, to provide distribution outlets for grain producers, livestock feeders and the feed industry.
The Workers Compensation Appeal Tribunal is currently recruiting applicants. The purpose of the Tribunal is to adjudicate appeals of decisions from the Workers Compensation Board. Experience and knowledge of workers compensation, medical issues or administrative law would be an asset.