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PEI Government Seasonal Jobs Registry

The Government of Prince Edward Island accepts applications throughout the year to fill short-term seasonal jobs with various departments. These extra staff address peak workloads connected to a season of the year and are limited to a 10 – 20 week duration. To help managers fill these positions, an electronic inventory of applicants is maintained. To apply to this inventory you have three options:

  1. Register into the inventory by applying online.
  2. Download a printable version of the application form.
  3. Pick up and drop off a completed application at any of the Access PEI Sites.


Please note that the same application form is used for both seasonal hiring and Employment Development Agency job opportunities. You do not need to submit two separate applications.

Important: Your pre-screening for seasonal jobs is based on the information provided on your application. You must provide as much information as you can to help determine your suitability for the job.

Remember: This is an inventory, and not a specific competition. There is no deadline or closing date to register your application. Your application will be valid for one year based on the date of submission.

When a seasonal opportunity becomes available, the departmental Human Resources manager will advise the Seasonal Hiring Office. A search of the job registry applications will be conducted to seek applicants who live in the geographical area and meet the job requirements. To assist us with determining your eligibility, it is important to provide as much information as possible on your application form. Candidates being considered will be contacted for an interview.

What types of seasonal jobs are filled this way?
Seasonal jobs exists in various departments and include flaggers, park workers, general labourers, forestry workers, etc.

What are the work locations for these seasonal jobs?
Work locations vary, so it is important to note on your application where in the Province you prefer to work.

How long will my application remain active?
Your application will be retained for a period of 12 months after submission. If you wish to continue to be considered for employment in the next year, you will need to re-apply.

What happens to your application after you apply?
The Seasonal Hiring Office forwards applications to various departments where the seasonal job exists. If you qualify for an interview, you will be contacted directly by the department.

If I am successful in obtaining a seasonal government job, will I continue to have this job each year?
The Government of Prince Edward Island recognizes the value of a stable seasonal workforce. If you are hired as a seasonal employee through this process, you will be recalled the following season if you meet these criteria:

  • You have worked a minimum of ten (10) weeks in the previous season and have completed your full term of employment.
  • You have received a satisfactory performance evaluation for that job.
  • The same job continues to be available.

Where can I find out about other employment opportunities with the provincial government?
Provincial government jobs that are available to the public can be found at www.gov.pe.ca/jobs.

Contact Information
The Seasonal Hiring Office is located at the Atlantic Technology Centre, 2nd Floor Suite 212, and are here to help you. We would be happy to assist you if:

  1. You need help completing your application.
  2. You are unsure whether you are eligible to apply.
  3. You would like to confirm that your application is still active.
  4. You have any other questions.

    Hard copy applications are available at all Access PEI offices.

Forms

Employment Development Agency & PEI Government Seasonal Jobs Registry - Employment Application
  (PDF)     

General Contact Information

Telephone:
902-620-3676
Facsimile:
902-368-4857
Toll-free:
1-877-407-0187

Service Location

Charlottetown


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