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.

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Open Positions

TitleAgency / Board / CommissionTermDeadline
MemberNew Brunswick Public Libraries BoardThe Minister of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour appoints Board members for a term of three (3) years, which can be renewed once.18 May 2019
MembersBoard of Governors of the University of
New Brunswick
As provided for in Section 24(1) of the UNB Act, a member of the Board appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council shall be appointed for a term of three years which shall commence on the date fixed in the appointment and, if not so fixed, shall commence on the date of the first meeting of the Board next following the appointment; such appointment may be renewed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council for a maximum of two additional terms of three years each. Further, Section 26 of the UNB Act provides that notwithstanding anything in Sections 24 and 25, an appointed or an elected member of the Board within paragraphs 23(1)(i) to (m) shall remain in office until a successor is appointed or elected. In addition, Section 27(1) provides that when an appointed or elected member of the Board within paragraphs 23(1)(i) to (m) and (o) refuses to act, becomes incapable of acting, or fails to attend the meetings of the Board for the space of two years from the date prescribed for the commencement of the member’s term of office, the member’s seat on the Board shall ipso facto become vacant.26 April 2019

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