Members of the public sit on the boards of Ontario agencies to help in the decision making of public services.
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Public appointees are members of the public that participate on the boards of provincial agencies and other public organizations. Their responsibilities include, but are not restricted to:
- overseeing and providing strategic direction to a provincial agency
- providing advice to ministers
- resolving disputes
The Public Appointments Secretariat oversees all Ontario government appointments to provincial agencies and other community boards and organizations.
Becoming a public appointee
Before you apply
Learn about the requirements for becoming a public appointee.
Create your account
Steps to create an account, apply for appointments and express interest in agencies.
Browse through current advertised appointments.
Browse through current vacant appointments.
Public appointments made in the past 30 days.
Understanding public appointments
Agencies, boards and commissions
Learn about Ontario boards and current appointees.
Work involved and remuneration
Roles, responsibilities, functions and remuneration of a public appointee.
Appointments selection process
Learn about the process for selecting a public appointee.