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Maintain a skilled state staff, Marcos instructs CSC.

On Monday, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. urged the Civil Service Commission (CSC) to ensure a skilled and capable workforce in the public sector.

Marcos emphasized the CSC’s crucial function as the primary personnel agency of the government in a video message for the organization’s 122nd anniversary.

“Your job in the government is very essential because you ensure that the leaders and personnel who will serve the government are competent,” he added. “Tunay na mahalaga ang inyong ginagampanan sa pamahalaan sapagkat ninyo karapat-dapat ang galing ng mga lider at kawani na magsisilbi sa gobyerno.”

Given the increased emphasis on unity as the key to the country’s socioeconomic success, Marcos said he was “proud” to participate in the festivities.

He asked the CSC to continue doing its job to the best of its ability.

“Patuloy sana ninyo paigtingin at pagbutihin ang inyong pangangasiwa sa pangkalahatang prosesong nagsaayos at nagpapatibay ng antas ng serbisyo sa pamahalaan at pampublikong mga tanggapan sa ating bansa,” says the speaker. (May you continue to increase and enhance your oversight of the complete procedure that upholds and supports an effective level of service in government and public offices in our nation. Hangad ko ang isang maligayang pagdiriwang para sa inyong ika-isang daan at dalawampu’t dalawang anibersaryo. I hope you enjoy your 122nd anniversary celebration,” the President, who is now in New York for the UN General Assembly and will deliver a speech there on Tuesday, added.

According to Presidential Proclamation No. 1050, series of 1997, which designates September as Civil Service Month, the CSC anniversary celebration is being held.

Resilience is this year’s theme, related to creating intelligent organizations and a public service that is prepared for the future.

JobStreet and the CSC are organizing the Government Online Career Fair as part of their celebration from September 19 to September 23.

There are nearly 3,500 positions available in 131 government organizations, including guidance counselors, administrative assistants and officers, revenue officers, engineers, midwives, planning officers, project development officers, nurses, teachers, accountants/auditors, executive assistants, and information technology officers.

To apply for a job, a job seeker needs a JobStreet.com account.

The CSC was founded in 1900 by the Second Philippine Commission under Public Law No. 5 (An Act for the Establishment and Maintenance of Our Efficient and Honest Civil Service in the Philippine Island), which is now presided over by Chairperson Karlo Nograles.

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