List of Vacant Positions in Philippine government and some things that you should know when applying for a job in Philippine government
Jobs in Philippine Government Agencies are not that hard to find, if you know where to look. The hard part is getting hired in a Philippine Government Agency. People in the government don’t get fired or get unemployed easily because of the so-called security of tenure. Regular government employees can work in the government until their retiring age. That is one reason why regular vacant positions in Philippine government is not readily available.
Each agency has a plantilla and they could only hire a certain number of people provided that there is an item in the plantilla. There are also non-personnel or what we call non organic personnel. Some of these are job orders and contractual employees of the Philippine government.
If you want to work in the Philippine government be sure to take the Civil Service Examination Professional or Subprofessional examination. Because this is one of the requirement for entering in the government service. Without a Civil Service Eligibility, even if you are highly qualified, you can not enter the government service.
Career Service Professional is equivalent to second level eligibility, thus passers of CS Professional examination can apply for a government position up to second level position in the government. While, Career Service Subprofessional is equivalent to first level eligibility, thus passers of CS Subprofessional examination can apply for first level positions in the government. In short, if you think you are ready enough, it is best to take the CS Professional examination.
When you are applying in a particular government agency, be sure to use and submit your Personal Data Sheet together with your application letter, credentials and other required documents. You can download an MS Excel version of Personal Data Sheet here
For list of vacant positions in Philippine government in your local area, visit the nearest Civil Service Field Office. All government agencies are required to submit their list of vacant positions or bulletin of vacant positions and must be posted for the public to see in the Civil Service Field Office.
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