QUEZON CITY (PIA) -- Providing career opportunities amid the pandemic, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) in partnership with online job search portal, JobStreet will be offering 3,500 job vacancies from 131 government agencies at the Government Online Career Fair (GOCF) from 19 to 23 September 2022.
“Vacancies with the minimum qualification standards and application requirements will be posted for the duration of the GOCF. Applicants from the Philippines or even those overseas who are interested to pursue a career in the civil service may participate by submitting their applications online to their selected agencies,” explained CSC Chairperson Karlo A. B. Nograles.
The available jobs in the online job fair are guidance counselors, administrative aides and officers, revenue officers, engineers, midwives, planning officers, project development officers, nurses, instructors, accountants/auditors, executive assistants, information technology officers, among others.
In order to apply for a position, jobseeker must have an account with JobStreet.com. If the jobseeker has no account, he or she must create one by accessing the 2022 GOCF Microsite at http://jobstreet.com.ph/GOCF.
The jobseeker need only to input the email address and click on the Create your Personal Data Sheet (PDS) button.
Once registered, the jobseeker may already access the GOCF Microsite, where the Virtual Hirer’s Booth of participating government agencies may be found. Each Virtual Hirer’s Booth contains the available jobs in the agency and has a chat facility to give jobseekers quick access to ask questions or be interviewed on the spot.
Moreover, jobseekers can even chat directly with DOLE and PhilHealth regarding their programs and services in the GOCF Microsite.
The agency shall conduct the initial assessment and notify the job applicants through email or text message the status of the application and/or additional instructions or requirements to be complied by the applicant.
The CSC highly encourages applications from qualified interested persons, including persons with disabilities, members of indigenous communities, and persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities or expressions (SOGIE).
GOCF is now on its 3rd year and it eliminates physical and geographical barriers to submitting job applications, and provides a safe venue for government agencies and applicants to transact with the restriction on physical gathering/interactions.
GOCF is one of the highlights of the 122nd Philippine Civil Service Anniversary celebration in September, which commemorates the establishment of the entire Philippine civil service on 19 September 1900 by virtue of Public Law No. 5.
PCSA has a 10-year overarching theme, Transforming Public Service in the Next Decade: Honing Agile and Future-Ready Servant-Heroes, which reflects the collective experience of the government workforce in the new normal, and in pushing for digital transformation and innovations to uphold public service excellence and continuity.
For 2022, the thematic focus is on resilience, which is part of building smart organizations and a future-ready civil service. Resilience has been shown by the civil service during the pandemic crisis in its readiness to accept challenges and ability to give continued assistance to the public. (CSC/PIA-NCR)