Government Job Opportunities and Hirings in the Philippines

If you're looking for job opportunities in the Philippines' various government departments, check out these career portals.

If you want to work for the government, it is now much easier to find a job opening because it is easily accessible online. Some of the executive departments of the government of the Philippines hire on a monthly basis, so it is best to keep up with the latest job openings on their respective portals.

The majority of these executive departments, such as the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), have their own career portals through which a person can view available positions. Access to the job portals of these departments is reportedly free, and no additional links are required to reach the primary job postings.

So, if you are currently unemployed and need to find work, you should check the vacancies in each government department that interests you. 22 executive departments may have job openings, and you may be chosen for the position.

Here at iTacloban, we've made it simple for you to find the government agencies with the most recent job openings by listing all of their online career portals below.

Department Career Portal
Department of Agrarian Reform
Department of Agriculture
Department of Budget and Management
Department of Education
Department of Energy
Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Department of Finance
Department of Foreign Affairs
Department of Health
Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development
Department of Information and Communications Technology
Department of the Interior and Local Government
Department of Justice
Department of Labor and Employment
Department of Migrant Workers
Department of National Defense
Department of Public Works and Highways
Department of Science and Technology
Department of Social Welfare and Development
Department of Tourism
Department of Trade and Industry
Department of Transportation

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What are the latest government job hirings in the Philippines?

You can view the updated job openings for these departments as of June 29, 2022, below. If a department is not listed, it does not necessarily mean that they don't have an open position; you can check their career portal for updates.

 We'll do our best to keep this list up to date with the most recent government job openings.

Department of Finance (DOF)

Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)

These are the most recent job openings from the DILG's career page as of June 29. The deadline for submitting an application is on July 4 for both vacancies.

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)

Take note that these are the most recent job openings posted on the DSWD's job portal from June 24-29:

Department of Trade and Industry

These are the most recent job openings from the DTI's career page. The deadline for submitting an application is on July 4 for both vacancies.

What are the requirements to apply for a government job?

A Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility is usually required when applying for a government job. These are available after passing the civil service exam required by PD 907/RA 1080. Other requirements may or may not include:

  • Copy of transcripts of record or diploma (Bachelor's and/or Master's Degree);
  • Copy of Original Authenticated Career Service Professional Certificate -Eligibility/ PD 907/ RA 1080 (copy of Bar Rating);
  • Copy of any training certificates or mandatory continuing education requirements;
  • Performance Appraisal for the most recent rating period, if a government employee; and
  • Copy of service record, if a government employee.

Meanwhile, different requirements and qualifications apply to bureaus and attached agencies within government departments such as the Bureau of Fire Protection (DILG), the Bureau of Jail and Management Penology (DILG), Philippine National Police (DILG), and the Philippine Coast Guard (DOTr).


It is now simple to find job openings in the government because the government's career portals are easily accessible via the internet. Unlike in the past, when people had to rely on traditional means such as going to a government office to see if there were any openings, it is now only a click away. 

Working in government entails being hired by the government to perform a specific set of tasks and responsibilities. In some cases, these positions are directly related to government functions, so make sure to apply for the position that matches your skills.

We truly hope this article has been helpful and will keep you up to date in your job search. –iTacloban

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