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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...
How can I customize my resume to the particular job description?, Your resume should be as clear and concise as possible containing current and relevant information. Carefully read the qualifications, experience, and expertise (special skill and knowledge) required in the job description. Customize...
The Public Service Commission Board is composed of three members appointed to service for a five year term. They meet several times annually and may make recommendations to the Minister responsible for human resource management administration for provincial government. They submit an annual report...
Designated Groups are the groups who have experienced employment disadvantage in the past and are currently under-represented in the workplace. These groups include, but are not limited to:, Aboriginal Peoples:, An Aboriginal person is a North American Indian or a member of a First Nation, Métis,...