EDA Seasonal Job Registry

The Seasonal Jobs Registry is an electronic database of Island residents who are available to fill seasonal with community organizations and government jobs during summer and throughout the year.  Positions are  short term and may include flaggers, forestry workers, park maintenance workers, or general labourers.   To apply to the Seasonal Job Registry, complete and submit the online form below.

Your application will remain valid for one year after the date it is received. 

Students may apply to the Seasonal Jobs Registry for summer seasonal positions and are encouraged to also view other government employment opportunities for students at Student Summer Jobs

What happens after I submit my application?

When an opportunity becomes available, the Seasonal Job Registry will be searched for qualified workers based on the information they provided on their application, i.e. geographical area, employee skills, and job requirements. It is important to provide as much information as possible on your application to be sure yours is screened for jobs when they are available. If a position becomes available, the government department or organization where the job exists will contact you directly.

What do I need to include in the online application?

In addition to detailed identity and contact information, you will be asked to provide a summary of: 

  • Education
  • Employment/volunteer work
  • Additional training and certification, i.e. valid driver’s licence, first-aid/ CPR training, WHMIS/food safety
  • General skills (checklist provided) 

You will have the option to upload your resume and provide additional information to support your application.


Rural and Regional Development

General Inquiries

Department of Rural and Regional Development
1st Floor, Access PEI
120 Heather Moyse Drive
Summerside, PE C1N 5L2​

Phone: 902-438-4660