The PSC of
The Gambia is the body empowered by statute to announce job vacancies
within the Gambia Civil Service.
mandate however, does not include ambassadors / high commissioners,
employment at local government level and local chiefs.
The commission is
responsible for the general effectiveness of the Civil Service.
It assesses and evaluates Public Service Regulations, General Orders
and makes appropriate suggestions to the Government
of the day.
a set of standard requirements for entrants to the Civil Service, on
the job training and promotions.
Each year the commission
prepares and presents its annual report to the parliament (National
Assembly) of The Gambia.
"The Mission of the Public Service Commission (PSC) is defined by law
from the provisions of the 1997 Constitution of The Republic of The
Gambia. The aim is to maintain an effective and efficient Civil
Service by ensuring that persons who meet the criteria for jobs are
recruited, trained, and disciplined in an open, fair and impartial
manner. The Commission provides efficient and cost-effective service
for all Civil Servants and other stakeholders throughout The Gambia by
the formulation, management and the supervision of the management and
implementation of Government policies which pertain to recruitment,
development and discipline of Civil Servants."