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Ministry of the Public Service, Constitutional and Political Reform Launches Job Search Website

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On June 7, 2021, the Ministry of the Public Service, Constitutional and Political Reform, which is the human resource manager in the public sector launched its job search website.

This website will serve as a central location for advertising vacancies in the public service and for submitting job applications to the public service. The website now makes the application process easier and reduces the use of paper. It is the hope that ministries and departments will be able to attract a wider audience, which will increase the number of qualified applicants. The introduction of this website is one of the steps towards transforming the public service into a more efficient and effective institution using technology.
At the virtual launch ceremony, Hon. Henry Charles Usher, Minister of the Public Service, Constitutional and Political Reform, spoke about the ministry’s responsibilities to formulate schemes for recruitment as well as being tasked with modernizing the service.
“What better way to combine the two than through this website,” Minister Usher said. “Better hires will lead to strengthening of the workforce, greater job satisfaction and greater productivity.”
The way job seekers interact with employers has changed. The expectations have shifted to wanting immediate access to on-demand content and so the ministry has stepped up to meet this growing demand.
The Ministry the Public Service, Constitutional and Political Reform encourages the public to visit the website at https://jobs.publicservice.gov.bz/ and be a part of building the Belize Public Service.

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