Agencies, Boards and Commissions (ABCs) - Applications for Appointment

 

Serving on an agency, board or commission can help you grow personally and professionally while making a real impact in your community.

People from all regions and walks of life are needed to serve on Nova Scotia’s 160 agencies, boards and commissions.

Applications are now being accepted. All Nova Scotia residents are invited to apply.

Interested in learning more or applying?

Adjudicative ABCs review evidence, make findings of fact and law, and make decisions affecting liberty, security, or legal rights of people.

The deadline for applications is now closed. Typically, it takes at least two months to process applications. You may contact departments directly for information on the status of your application.

 

Non-adjudicative ABCs make decisions or recommendations to government on financial, regulatory, business, or policy matters that have far-reaching implications for Nova Scotians.

For information about current opportunities with Non-adjudicative ABCs, click here.

Applications are welcome any time, but consideration of applications for vacant positions will begin on May 16, 2016. Typically, it takes at least two months to process applications. You may contact departments directly for information on the status of your application.

To apply: For information on how to apply, click here.

Additional Opportunity

Nova Scotia Minimum Wage Review Committee

Applications may be submitted by:

Email: executive.council@novascotia.ca
Fax: 902-424-0667
Mail: Executive Council Office, One Government Place, 5th Floor
1700 Granville Street, P.O. Box 2125
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3B7

In the Event of a Postal Disruption

In the event of a postal disruption, please refer to information on the Government of Nova Scotia website for mail delivery options. We encourage you to use alternate methods to apply.

For more information:

Call us at 902-424-4877 or toll free 1-866-206-6844, or email executive.council@novascotia.ca.

For more information about specific agencies, boards and commissions, you may contact the responsible department directly. Click here for departmental contacts.