Civil Service Launches E-Recruitment Module for Streamlined Online Processes
In a development aimed at enhancing efficiency and transparency, the Civil Service Commission launched the “E-Recruitment Module” for all civil service services during a special ceremony. The newly introduced “E-Recruitment Module” utilises the Civil Service Recruitment Software CSVIE, streamlining job information management for civil servants and transitioning all recruitment processes to an online platform.
Addressing the audience at the module’s launch, Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, Mohamed Naseeh, acknowledged the challenges faced by the civil service in the legal process over the past 15 years. Despite resource limitations, Naseeh emphasised the Commission’s commitment to expanding and improving its operations.
Highlighting current methods in the recruitment and appointment process, Naseeh noted the susceptibility to errors, leading to the occasional cancellation of advertisements. The new module aims to mitigate such issues, reducing common offences committed by agencies during recruitment and minimising errors in document preparation and candidate selection.
However, Naseeh clarified that certain aspects, such as recruitment, advertising, job applications, and hiring decisions, will still require manual intervention. Despite this, he expressed enthusiasm for the shift towards online appointment processes in the civil service system.
Speaking at the ceremony, Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah Khaleel, lauded the potential improvements the e-recruitment module would bring to the Civil Service Commission. He highlighted the broader societal benefits of faster services, emphasising the correlation between service speed and cost reduction.
The Civil Service Commission revealed plans for future developments, with an emphasis on introducing new features such as examination and interview panel formation to further enhance the capabilities of the e-recruitment module.