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The Public Interest and Disclosure and Whistleblower Protection policy came into effect on October 13, 2015. This policy enhances accountability and promotes ethical conduct within government by providing employees with a path for the disclosure of wrongdoing, as well as protection in the event of...
The conflict of interest disclosure process, for executive division employees, including deputy ministers, was significantly enhanced in 2015-2016. Specifically, the process changed from self-identification of potential conflicts of interests to full disclosure of assets, liabilities and interests...
In order to work for the Government of Prince Edward Island you must: Be a Canadian Citizen Be a Permanent Resident or Have a valid work permit issued by the Government of Canada, Where can I get information on eligibility to work in Canada?, For information and resources on immigrating and working...
The Bonjour Program is a visual identification program which includes, among other resources, a table top display and lapel pins indicating that employees speak both English and French. These tools are made available to bilingual employees in designated and non-designated bilingual postions. The...
The Public Service Human Resource Policy and Procedures manual provides a source of reference to employees of government departments, crown corporations and agencies. It is intended to assist management in the delivery of human resource policies, services, programs and practices.
How do I register for My Job Account? Click on " My Job Account " in the left gray menu bar then click on the blue REGISTER button. You can also click on "Register" in the grey common menu bar that runs above the top of this page. Enter all of your information and click the...
Language Proficiency Requirements, You must have the, Advanced, level on the, French Language Oral Proficiency Scale, in order to work in a designated bilingual position with the provincial government. Your level must be confirmed with an oral proficiency evaluation before you will be offered any...
The relevant qualifications required to perform government jobs are determined by the employing department. Qualification statements tend to ask for traditional models of formal education (e.g. degree or diploma) along with certain work experiences. In many competitions applicants with all the...
What can I expect at the interview?, Interviews are usually handled by a selection panel of two to three members, which typically includes a representative from the PEI Public Service Commission, the supervisor of the position, and an employee with expertise in the field for which you are applying...
There are five main steps in the hiring process:, The Public Service Commission advertises jobs and accepts applications until the closing date indicated in the job posting. The Public Service Commission, with the employer, screens applications to identify applicants with qualifications that match...