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The position of Ethics and Integrity Commissioner was created by Executive Council in 2015 as part of a series of measures to maintain and strengthen public confidence that the work of government is conducted with high standards of ethics and integrity. Initially, the primary area of responsibility...
The second annual report of the office of the Ethics and Integrity Commissioner.
Employee Assistance Program, EAP exists to help employees solve problems as early as possible before they seriously affect self, family, and work performance. If you are an employee or a retired employee of the Government of PEI, you are eligible for EAP services. Your immediate family members who...
Full-time temporary position (starting November 2018 for approximately one year), LOCATION: Charlottetown, This position provides direct intervention as well as educational support for children with a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The caseload includes both preschool children enrolled...
Information on how to apply for a government job within Prince Edward Island.
Consider a rewarding job or a career in the public service of Prince Edward Island., Provincial Government Opportunities, External Competitions Internal Competitions Successful Candidates Other Government Organizations, Other Employment Opportunities, Student Opportunities, Council of the...
Supporting Island families -, Some of the most interesting, career-oriented summer jobs on Prince Edward Island are looking for applicants – like Catherine Noseworthy. When the UPEI psychology major was looking for a summer job, she found interesting, rewarding work with the provincial government....
Strengthening mental health services -, For Robin Ettles and Christina Gallant MacLean, being a school psychologist in Prince Edward Island checks all the right professional and personal boxes. A psychological assessment and care can be the key to school success for some students. Ettles says a...
The 2016-2017 annual report of the office of the Ethics and Integrity Commissioner.
A public servant who oversaw the construction of a sweat lodge on the Prince Edward Island Youth Centre grounds has received the Premier’s Diversity Leadership Award for 2017. Allan Curley, the youth centre’s manager, had the sweat lodge constructed in collaboration with the Aboriginal community....