The Employment Journey website attracts users from around the world. The most popular page for the third year in a row is PEI Job Opportunities.
This page features most of the job posting websites that advertise PEI jobs.
We recommend that job seekers research each of these sites to determine if there are job leads that suit the nature of their search.
The job posting sites listed below advertise jobs that are available on PEI. Also, we have a new list to the right called Unique PEI job posts for this week. This list are job posts that come directly to us and may or may not be listed in the job posting websites below.
Take a look through them all, and if you have any questions about the site or as you do your research, let us know. email [email protected].
Unique PEI job posts
for this week:
Current Job Openings
Tips when applying to Federal government jobs – click here
Tips when applying to Veterans Affairs Canada – click here
WOW Jobs also posts opportunities from PEI recruiting company Halliwell Consulting. Visit www.halliwellconsulting.com.
Work options for Youth
Government of PEI – Provincial jobs:
Service Canada – Federal jobs:
- Post-Secondary Recruitment – Government of Canada
- Canada Summer Jobs
- Canada Revenue Agency
- Parks Canada
- Young Canada Works – Canadian Heritage
- Federal Student Work Experience Program
- Odyssey – work in French
- First Nations and Inuit Summer Work Experience Program
- Student Work-Integrated Learning Program
Other student/graduate job options
- UPEI – student positions within the university
- UPEI – student positions outside of the university
- Holland College – student positions via WorkPEI
- PERCÉ program– work in French and English
- WorkSmarts – wage subsidies available on PEI
- Access Ability for youth with a disability
Canadian Forces Recruitment Centre – Charlottetown
Jobs: Recruiting full-time (Regular Force) and part-time (Reserve Force) members for the Canadian Armed Forces
Over 95,000 Canadians serve in over 100 trades and professions in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). You can choose to work full-time in the Regular Forces or part-time in the Reserve, as either an Officer or a Non-Commissioned Member (NCM).
To become an Officer, you need a university education and leadership training. Officers are trained to become part of the command structure of the CAF.
Non-Commissioned Members (NCMs) provide operational and support services. Some NCMs are trained as operators or technicians while others may work in administrative or health services.
Apply now at www.forces.ca or contact the Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre for more information
(Apply any time, however, application deadline for 2016 Reservist Basic Training is May 1st):
CANADIAN FORCES RECRUITING CENTRE
191 Great George St. – Unit 106B
Charlottetown PEI, C1A 4L3
Other job search sites of interest
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