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Upcoming Vacancies

The Agencies, Boards and Commissions listed below are now accepting applications for current and upcoming vacancies.

Advisory Council on the Status of Women
The Advisory Council on the Status of Women is interested in applications from islanders who represent the following diversity measures:
- First Nations or Inuit women, especially Mi'kmaq women
- women of colour
- women with an intellectual or physical disability
- women who identify as trans persons
- newcomers to Canada
- self-identified low-income women
- women of non-Christian cultural/religious background
- women who work as front-line workers with victims of violence
- women who work in STEM fields or trades
- women entrepreneurs
- women who are parents of special needs children or adults

Apprenticeship Board
The Apprenticeship Board requires applicants to fill employer representative roles. Applicants will hold a certificate of qualification in a designated trade, or own a company which has certified journeypersons and registers apprentices with the provincial program.

Board of Governors of Holland College

Board of Governors of the University of Prince Edward Island

Child Care Facilities Board
Applicants are being sought who have an interest in, and knowledge of, early childhood care and education. Parents, grandparents, or other persons who have previous experiences with children are encouraged to apply, in addition to persons who have worked in the early learning and care sector. Application deadline is June 30, 2016.

Employment Standards Board
The Employment Standards Board is currently looking to replace two employee representative members. Applicants with a knowledge of, or experience with, workplace benefits and rights would be ideal.

Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission
Applicants with a post-secondary education, critical thinking and analytical skills, interest in education and/or experience participating on a board are encouraged to apply for an appointment to the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission.

Natural Products Appeal Tribunal

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