WITHOUT doubt, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) wants the country’s best college graduates and highly-qualified first-time jobseekers to join the government service.
In the view of many, including ordinary citizens across the country, this is only possible if all job vacancies in state offices and agencies are known by the general public.
And this is what the CSC, chaired by former Rep. Karlo Nograles, is doing by posting in the CSC Job Portal – www.csc.gov/ph/career – all job vacancies in the government service.
The agency has given President Marcos’ administration a much-neded boost in the eyes of the jobseekers.
Unlike in the past, when the people, including nurses and teachers, did not want to join the public service, more and more Filipinos now want to work in government offices.
“Ngayon ay mas mababa ang suweldo sa pribadong sektor at hindi pa stable ang mga pribadong kompanya dahil sa economic hardship,” according to a nurse.
Those who want to transfer to other government offices may also visit the CSC Job Portal.
Job applicants can access the CSC Job Portal and utilize filters such as position title, agency name and region to narrow down the available vacancies.
However, the CSC chairman, who used to be a congressman, was quick to emphasize that an applicant must directly submit his/her application to the concerned agency.
Posting all job vacancies in public offices and agencies in its job portal is, without doubt, ample proof that the CSC wants the best Filipinos to join the government service.