Jobs PEI provides access to a diverse selection of rewarding careers in the Prince Edward Island provincial government, health sector, public schools, and other areas of public service.
Government of PEI
Employees in the Prince Edward Island provincial government, health sector, public schools, and other areas of public service are building a better future for our province and all who live in it. There are also tremendous advantages that come with being part of the public service.
- excellent benefit package
- competitive salary
- unionized and excluded positions
- hybrid working options
- personal development
- work-advancement opportunities
- being part of a large and stable organization
Public Schools Branch (PSB)
The Public Schools Branch (PSB) represents all 56 of the Island’s English language public schools. The PSB’s approximately 4,000 employees work together to serve more than 19,000 students from kindergarten through Grade 12.
Governed by a Board of Directors, the PSB is administered by branch-based staff operating from various sites across the province, including its Branch offices in Stratford and Summerside. The Branch’s responsibilities are outlined in Section 20 (2) of the Education Act.
The PSB was officially proclaimed as the school authority on August 20, 2016. Previously, it was known as the English Language School Board.
Health PEI is responsible for the delivery of publicly funded health services in Prince Edward Island. The organization operates hospitals, health centres, public long-term care nursing facilities and community-based programs and services.
Health PEI’s primary goals are to:
- provide Islanders with safe, quality, person-centered care and services;
- provide access to appropriate care by the right provider in the right setting; and
- optimize resources and processes to sustain a viable health care system.
Commission scolaire de langue française (CSLF)
The Commission scolaire de langue française (French language school board) offers high quality learning experiences for K-12 students in inclusive, French first-language school communities with a focus on educational, cultural, and linguistic activities in healthy learning environments.