Government of New Brunswick

Qualified women and men having the highest personal and professional integrity are invited to serve on New Brunswick agencies, boards and commissions (ABCs). In submitting your expression of interest to serve, please provide a resume and/or summary of work history, volunteer service and/or other life experiences relevant to the position. (See Tips)

While we appreciate the interest of those who express an interest, only those candidates selected for consideration will be contacted. Inquiries relating to specific opportunities should be directed to the responsible department.

Enquiries regarding specific opportunities can be made after the deadline passes. All enquiries should be directed to the responsible department.

If you are interested in applying to any of the current opportunities, please download and complete the application form and follow the provided direction.

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Open Positions

TitleAgency / Board / CommissionTermDeadline
Vice-ChairpersonWorkers’ Compensation Appeals Tribunal Three to five years, with the possibility of re-appointment 21 March 2018
Board MembersNew Brunswick Community College (NBCC) Up to 3 years17 March 2018
Board membersSainte-Anne Community BoardMembers of the Sainte-Anne Community Board are appointed for a period of three years15 March 2018
Vice-chairNew Brunswick Labour and Employment Board The Lieutenant-Governor in Council appoints the Vice-Chairpersons for a term not exceeding three (3) years, subject to reappointment. Expressions of interest that are received may be considered for both current and future vacancies.02 March 2018
Alternate Board Members for Region Three (Bathurst), Region Four (Miramichi) and Region Nine (Fredericton)Assessment and Planning Appeal BoardNot to exceed three (3) years and may be considered for reappointment02 March 2018
Board membersOpportunities NBBoard appointments are typically for 3 year terms however no director is able to serve for more than nine years in total.27 February 2018

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