Those aspiring to join the civil service can now explore the government’s job openings by visiting the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Job Portal at www.csc.gov.ph/career.
CSC Chairperson Karlo Nograles said that the CSC Job Portal furnishes interested and qualified Filipino citizens with pertinent details regarding job vacancies offered by national government agencies, local government units, and state universities and colleges.
“Taun-taon, libo-libong aplikante ang natatanggap sa pampublikong sektor dahil sa mga job vacancies na naka-post sa CSC Job Portal. Ngayong taon, inaanyayahan naming muli ang mga bagong graduate sa kolehiyo at first time jobseekers, pati na rin ang mga nakapasa sa nakalipas na Career Service Exams, at ang mga gustong lumipat ng trabaho na bisitahin ang portal,” Chairperson Nograles said.
Interested applicants can access the CSC Job Portal and utilize filters such as position title, agency name, and region to narrow down the available vacancies. The search results will display essential information for each position, including position title with the place of assignment, plantilla item number, application deadline, salary/job grade, and qualification standards for the position.
Chairperson Nograles reminded applicants to directly submit all applications and questions regarding the vacancy to the concerned agency.
He also advised jobseekers to be mindful of the qualification standards and competencies required for each position, as eligibility is not the sole requirement for permanent appointment.
Under CSC Resolution No. 2000221, dated 4 February 2020, the CSC adopted a single, unified platform for the publication of vacant positions in government through the CSC website.
As per the Resolution, agencies are directed to submit their list of authorized first, second, and third-level vacant positions, both in electronic and printed formats, to the relevant CSC Field Office (FO). The printed copy shall be posted by the agency and the CSC FO in their respective bulletin boards, while the electronic copy shall be forwarded to the CSC Regional Office for publication on the CSC website.
“We are hoping that more qualified Filipinos will enter the public sector and be a part of the 1.8 million civil service workforce toward a stronger, more agile public sector that contributes to national development,” added Chairperson Nograles.