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How to Get a Job in Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS)

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NIS Recruitment – https://immigration.gov.ng

In August, 1958,The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) was formed out of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF). It was headed by Chief Federal Immigration Officer (CFIO) and was referred to as the immigration Department.On August 1, 1963, however, under the administration of AlhajiShehuShagari who was the then Minister of Internal Affairs,the Immigration Department was established using the Act of parliament (Cap 171, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria).

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The first Law that regulated the operational duties of the Department of Immigration was the immigration Act of 1963 but this which later amended in 2014 and again in 2015 into what is now called the Immigration Act, 2015. So, The Nigerian Immigration Service was restructured after its establishment in 1963 to manage the modern migration challenges and work in line with the global, regional and sub-regional political alignments.

So far, The NIS has leveraged the use of Information and Communication Technologies in its operations including:

  1. The introduction of examination for the assessment of travel documents and monetary instrument.
  2. NIS takes care of the issuance of residence permit to foreigners in Nigeria
  3. NIS oversees the surveillance and patrol to secure the Nigerian border.
  4. NIS issues traveling documents of all kinds including Nigerian passport to known citizens of Nigeria both in and out of Nigeria.
  5. NIS has an active website and portal that is functioning.
  6. NIS ensures that laws and regulations are enforced.
  7. NIS controls the assessment of persons entering and leaving Nigeria
  8. In line with the federal government policy on citizenship the NIS made a global passport in respect to that effect.
  9. In 2007 the service introduced the electronic readable passport.
  10. Expatriate Residence Permit and Aliens Card (CERPAC) were introduced.

Organizational Structure of The Nigeria Immigration Service

In the year 2017, the Nigeria Immigration Service got new Immigration Regulations which expanded its mandate, objectives and functions. The reason was tomitigate the expanding challenges which were and are still confronting the NIS likecross-border immigration violations, control of entry and monitoring of migrants, transnational crimes. Hence, the Nigeria Immigration Service has been restructured into eight (8) Directorates and seven (7) Units as follows:

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Directorates of the NIS

The following are the directorates of the NIS:

  1. Human Resources Management,
  2. Finance and Accounts,
  3. Planning, Research and Statistics,
  4. Passport and Other Travel Documents,
  5. Investigation and Compliance,
  6. Border Management,
  7. Migration,
  8. Visa and Residency.

(1) Human Resources Management Directorate

This head of this directorate is a Deputy Comptroller General and the unit is subdivided into four (4) Divisions as follows:

  1. Appointment, Promotion and Discipline;
  2. General Services.
  3. Staff Welfare and Gender;
  4. Training and Staff Development;

(2) Finance and Accounts Directorate

Theheadof this Directorate is a Deputy Comptroller General and is subdivided into three (3) Divisions as follows:

  1. Finance,
  2. Budget,

(3) Planning, Research and Statistics Directorate

The Directorate is headed by a Deputy Comptroller General and divided into three (3) Divisions as follows:

  1. ICT,
  2. Planning,
  • Research and Statistics.

(4) Passport & Other Travel Documents Directorate

The Directorate is headed by a Deputy Comptroller General and divided into two (2) Divisions as follows:

  1. Passport (Standard);
  2. Diplomatic, Official Passports & Other Travel Documents.

(5) Investigation & Compliance Directorate

The Directorate is headed by a Deputy Comptroller General and divided into three (3) Divisions as follows:

  1. Investigation;
  2. Intelligence/Surveillance;

(6) Border Management Directorate

The Directorate is headed by a Deputy Comptroller General and divided into four (4) Divisions as follows:

  1. Land Control Post and Land Patrol;
  2. Airport Control and Aerial Patrol;
  • Seaport Control and Marine patrol;
  1. Border Services.

(7) Visa and Residency Directorate

The Directorate is headed by a Deputy Comptroller General and divided into three (3) Divisions as follows:

  1. Visa;
  2. State Coordination / Export processing Zone (EPZ);

(8) Migration Directorate

The Directorate is headed by a Deputy Comptroller General and divided into two (2) Divisions as follows:

  1. Regular Migration;
  2. Irregular Migration.

Units of the NIS:

The NIS is composed of the following units:

  1. Procurement,
  2. Legal,
  3. Internal Audits,
  4. SERVICOM,
  5. Internal Security,
  6. Press and Public Relations,
  7. Anti-Corruption and Transparency.

How to Contact the NIS

1.                   Address: NIS HQ (Headquarters), ShehuShagari Complex, Airport Road, Sauka, Abuja, FCT Nigeria.

2.                   Official Phone:+234-811-9753-844

For Complaints/Enquiries, please use the contact centre:

1.                   Phone: +234-708-0607-900, +234-814-7199-908

2.                   Hours of Operation: 07:00 – 20:00hours (GMT+1)

3.                   Email: nis.servicom@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng

General Requirements for Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment

Any applicants for the NIS recruitment must:

  1. Be a Nigerian citizen by birth or descent;
  2. Not less than 18 years or more than 35 years of age;
  3. Not less than 1.7 meters in height for male and 1.64 meters for female;
  4. Have a fully expanded chest measurement of not less than 0.87 meters;
  5. Be certified by a Government Medical Officer to be physically and mentally fit for appointment into the Service;
  6. Not be suffering from any form of mental or physical disability;
  7. Be free from any form of financial embarrassment;
  8. Be of good character and must not have been found guilty of any criminal offence;
  9. Candidates with any of the following medical cases need not apply:
    1. Sight problem;
    2. Hearing difficulties;
    3. Previous major orthopedic operation;
    4. Flat foot;
    5. Fracture, stammering or any other natural disability;
    6. Pregnant women

General Academic QualificationsRequired for Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment

A:

  1. West African School Certificate (WASC) or Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC) with Credits in not less than three (3) subjects including English and at least passes in two (2) other subjects; or
  2. National Examination Council (NECO)/General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with passes in four (4) subjects obtained at one sitting or five (5) subjects obtained at two sittings including English Language.)

B:

  1. National Diploma (ND) obtained from a recognized institution.
  2. National Certificate of Education (NCE) from a recognized institution; or
  3. General Certificate of Education (Advance Level) in two (2) subjects obtained at one sitting or three (3) subjects obtained at two sittings.)

Method of Application

Qualified Applicants can complete the application online (PCs, Laptops, Tablets and Smart-Phones) via FCSC Recruitment Portal: http://www.nisrecruitment.org.ng/entry_level.php

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How to Get a Job in Nigerian Army (NA)

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As a patriot who is interested in serving your fatherland, here comes another golden opportunity to enlist in the Nigerian Army (NA). In a statement issued by the Nigerian Army, applicants must be Nigerians between the ages of 18 – 22 to join the Army as a member of 78 regular recruits’ intake for trades/non-tradesmen and women read.

About The Nigerian Army

The Nigerian Armed Forces, comprises majorly the Nigerian Army (NA) , The Nigerian Navy, and The Nigerian Airforce. Of these three, The Nigerian Army (NA) takes the largest share. It is the organ of the federal government of Nigeria which is responsible for warfare operations on land and handles nation’s territorial and internal security challenges. The Nigerian Army (NA) is governed by the Nigerian Army Council (NAC).

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Some of the successes of the Nigerian army include the inconclusive conquests of the Nigerian Civil War in 1970, suppression of internal aggression such as riots, upheavals, insurgencies like Boko haram, etc.

The Nigerian Army Recruitment

The Nigerian Army from time to time announces recruitment for the Trades/Non-tradesmen and women categories into the Nigerian Army (NA). You can now join the Nigerian army via these recruitment windows. So, read below to learn more about the eligibility, requirements, and how to apply for Nigeria Army recruitments below

Please, note that application for Nigeria Army recruitments for this yer is free and can only be processed at Nigeria Army recruitments portal – recruitment.army.mil.ng.

How To Apply For The Nigerian Army Recruitment

Applications are invited from eligible Nigerians for commission into the Nigerian Army (NA) as Short Service Combatant (SSC) Commission officers. The SSC is open to both civilians and serving military personnel. However, only serving military personnel sponsored by any of the Services of the Nigerian Armed Forces to civil institutions shall be considered.

The Nigerian Army 78 Regular Recruit Intake (78RRI Recruitment) for trades, non-tradesmen and women has commenced.

According to a statement on the security outfit’s website, the opportunity is available for Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 22.The application opened December 19 and will run till January 30, 2019.Name of shortlisted candidates for screening would be released on January 28, 2019, on the website.Shortlisted candidates are to report to their respective states of origin for the screening exercise on January 29, 2019.

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The Nigerian Army Entry Requirement

All applicants for the Nigerian Army Recruitment for this year must satisfy the following conditions:

  1. Be a Nigerian as defined in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
  2. Be medically, mentally and physically fit according to NA Standards.
  3. Be recommended by at least 2 recognizable referees who must attest to the applicant’s character and integrity. Serving military personnel must be recommended by their commanding officers. Civilians could be recommended by a Local Government Chairman/Secretary or an officer of the Armed Forces not below the rank of a Lieutenant Colonel and equivalent or an Assistant Commissioner of Police and above who must hail from the state of the applicant. Passport photographs of referees must be affixed to the letter of attestation.
  4. Candidates must submit a Letter of Attestation from their former institutions.
  5. Must not have been convicted by any court of law. Military personnel must be free from any disciplinary case (This is to be endorsed by the Commanding Officer/Commander).
  6. Possess at least a first degree with not less than Second Class Lower Division or HND of not less than Lower Credit in the arts, sciences or humanities from any recognized institution of learning.
  7. Possess valid birth certificate endorsed by the National Population Commission, Hospital or Local Government Council or valid age declaration.
  8. Possess a valid certificate of state of origin.
  9. Applicants (other than serving members of the Armed Forces) must possess NYSC discharge certificate or a valid certificate of exemption as the case may be.
  10. Only academic credentials obtained from 2013 to date will be considered.
  11. Candidates must present contact addresses and telephone numbers of parent/guardians and Next of Kin.
  12. Candidates must not have any body inscriptions or tattoos.
  13. Candidates must tender all original copies of educational certificates (primary to post-secondary).
  14. Service personnel must present valid military identity cards and letters of recommendations by their Commanding Officers/Commanders. They must also present valid letter(s) of NA sponsorship in tertiary academic institutions.  Additionally, they must have served for a period of not less than 5 years in the unit.
  15. Candidates must not be members of any cult/society/fraternity.
  16. Measure at least 1.68m (for male) and 1.65m (for female) in height.
  17. Be a male or female between the ages of 23 and 27 by January 2019.

Conditions Of Service

SSC will be granted for 15 years. Ten years will be on active list renewable thereafter for a period not more than 5 years.  No extension shall be granted after the fifteenth year of commission except on conversion to regular combatant commission where applicable.

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  1. Officer Cadets who successfully complete the military training shall be granted the rank of second lieutenant.
  2. Conversion to regular combatant commission is not automatic. It is based on availability of vacancy and other criteria that are or will be in force from time to time.
  3. All graduating officer cadets must sign an acceptance on the terms and conditions governing the Short Service Combatant Commission before they are granted commission into the Nigerian Army.
  4. The reckonable period of service will be based on the date of commencement of cadet training of both civilian and military personnel entrants.

Method Of Application

See how to apply for the Nigerian Army Recruitment 2019/2020 below:

Applications are to be made online free of charge from the 19th of October 2018.

  1. How to apply:
    1. Log on to www.nigerianarmyms.ng to create an account.
    2. Read the qualification criteria.
    3. From the home page, select SSC application.
    4. On successful registration, you will receive an email notification containing your login details.
    5. Click on ‘Login’ to complete the application form.
    6. Ensure all required documents are uploaded:
      1. Passport photograph.
      2. Educational certificates.
      3. Evidence of membership of any professional body.
      4. Certificate of state of origin.
      5. Birth certificate or age declaration.
  2. Print Out.    Applicants must print out their online generated photo-slip on completion of their application. The first page is to be signed by a Court of Law while the second page is to be signed by the Local Government Chairman/Secretary or any military officer of the rank of Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent and above who hails from your state. Successful applicants would be required to present their printed photo-slips to the selection board during interview.

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Further Information

For further information, you may call 08179269294 and 08109959294, or visit

www.army.mil.ng
Army Headquarters
Department of Military Secretary
Mambilla Barracks
Asokoro – Abuja

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How to Get a Job in Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC)

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Before it became a statutory body recognized by the law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps was initially introduced in May 1967 as Lagos Civil Defence Committee during the Nigerian Civil War.

The role of the Committee as at that time was to sensitize and educate residents of Lagos state and its environs on enemy attacks and how to save themselves from danger of war. At the time, the Federal Capital Territory was at Lagos and many of its residents and those in its environs are said to hitherto have had next to no knowledge of war and how to protect themselves against it.

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With time however, and in 1970 to be precise, the Lagos Civil Defence Committee metamorphosed into what is now known as The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps.

Members of the Committee deemed it important to educate using electronic and print media on how people can guard themselves during air raids, bomb attacks, identify bombs, and how to dive into trenches when a bomb blast occurs.

In 1984, the Corps was transformed into a National security outfit and in 1988, the Corps witnessed a major re-structuring which resulted to the establishment of its Commands throughout the Federation, including Abuja. Also added were special functions by the Federal Government.

On 28th June 2003, an Act was passed by the National Assembly and signed into law by former president and Commander in chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria Chief OlusegunObasanjo, GCFR to give the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence corps (NSCDC) the statutory backing to function as a statutory organ of the Federal Government of Nigeria

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Statutory Duties of The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence corps (NSCDC)

Nigeria Security and Civil Defence corps (NSCDC) is one of the many para-military institutions of the federal government of Nigeria which came into being in May 1967 by the Federal Republic of Nigeria, powered by the act of National Assembly (Nigeria).

The NSCDC is statutorily empowered by lay Act No. 2 of 2003 and amended by Act 6 of 4th June 2007 to enhance the statutory duties of the corp.

The main statutory function of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps is to protect lives and properties in conjunction with Nigeria police and also to:

  1. Provide measures against threat and any form of attack or disaster against the nation and its citizenry.
  2. Institute legal proceedings by or in then and of the Attorney General of the Federation in accordance with the provisions of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria against any person or persons suspected to have committed an offence
  3. Maintain an armed squad in order to bear fire arms among others to strengthen the corps in the discharge of its statutory duties
  4. Protect pipelines from vandalism.
  5. Involve in and aid crisis resolutions.
  6. Protect the country.

Nigeria Civil Defence Recruitment And How to Apply

This guide details NSCDC recruitment, requirements, ad how to apply for Civil defence recruitment this current year.

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The NSCDC seeks to expand its workforce as reported by Abdullahi Muhammadu, the Commandant-General of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, in 2017 that the corps would recruit about 10,000 officers.

These recruits will work efficiently to tackle the new security demands of Nigeria as declared by the President Muhammed Buhari GCFR, President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.

You should consider applying for NSCDC job if you need a well-paying job which the NSCDC offers. To process NSCDC recruitment 2017/2018, please, visit civil defense recruitment portal where you can submit your application form online – https://nscdc.gov.ng/.

Civil Defence Recruitment Form And How To Apply For NSCDC Recruitment

Eligibility and Qualifications For Civil Defense Recruitment – NSCDC Qualification Guidelines

Before you can process the Nigerian Civil Defence Recruitment Form 2018, you must be eligible and have the following qualifications:

  1. West African School Certificate (WASC) or Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC) with credits in not less than three (3) Subjects including English Language and two (2) other Subjects or
  2. National Examination Council (NECO)/General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with passes in four (4) subjects obtained at one sitting or five (5) subjects obtained at two sittings including English Language

Requirements For Civil Defence Recruitment Application Form

See the necessary requirements needed before applying for the 2018 Nigeria Civil Defence Recruitment Application Form below:

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Note: The only place to get legit information about NSCDC or apply is at official website of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps or civil defense recruitment portal at https://nscdc.gov.ng/.

Interested applicants must

  1. Be a Nigerian Citizen by birth or descent
  2. Not be less than 18 years or more than 35 years of Age
  3. Not be suffering from any form of mental or physical Stress.
  4. Be certified by the Government Medical officer to be physically and mentally fit for appointment into the Immigration Service.
  5. Be free from any form of financial embarrassment
  6. Have Flat Foot
  7. Not have Fracture, Stammering or any other natural disability
  8. Have a fully expanded chest measurement of not less than 0.87 meters
  9. Hearing Difficulties
  10. Not less than 1.7 meters in height for male and 1.64 meters in Height for female
  11. Not have previous major orthopedic operation;
  12. Not have any Sight Problems

How to Apply for Civil Defence Recruitment –

To Apply for Nigeria Civil Defence Recruitment this yyear,  Recruitment Online, kindly visit the NSCDC website https://nscdc.gov.ng/ and follow the steps outlined below.

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  1. Go to the NSCDC Official recruitment portal at http://www.nscdc.gov.ng/index.php/about-nscdc/nscdc-careers
  2. Next, find all the accessible jobs and choose the one you wish to apply for
  3. Next, fill the NSCDC online application form accurately,
  4. Review/Preview the form and once you’re done (satisfied with your entries), submit it.
  5. Generate the printout (if any)
  6. Close the page.

Kindly follow all the valid instructions available on the NSCDC portal for additional information and clarifications. Also, note that registration for NSCDC job is free of charge. Avoid paying anyone any money for a slot at NSCDC. If you do so, you are doing so at your own risk.

We wish you the best of luck!

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How to Get a Job in National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT)

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This is the latest update on National Horticultural Research Institute Recruitment and how to apply for NIHORT Jobs online. National Horticultural Research Institute which is christened NIHORT hereby invites interested applicants to apply for NIHORT Recruitment.

National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT) Recruitment

Origin and Development National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT)

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What is now known as the National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT), Ibadan was initially a UNDP/FAO Project NIR/72/007 assisted project termed, the National Fruit and vegetable Research and Development Centre (NFVRDC).

In June 1975, however, the Federal Government Agricultural Research Institutes Establishment Decree Order No. 35 was enacted and enforced thereby converting NFVRDC into the National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT) as we know it today together with other Agricultural Research Institutes. The Institute as of today is coordinated by the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN)

Physical Infrastructure: NIHORT Headquarters, Substations, and Experimental Stations

NIHORT occupies a land mass of about 1,671ha of land with the NIHORT headquarters which is located in Ibadan, Oyo State taking up as much as 350ha of land. One of NIHORT’s substation which is situated in the humid forest zone of Okigwe in Imo State alonga occupies a land mass of 810ha of land while another substation at Bagauda in the Guinea Savannah zone of Kano, Kano State consumes a land mass of 310ha of land

Apart from the headquarters and the substations, the institute has two experimental stationsin Gombe State and Plateau states respectively. The experimental station in Sudan Savannah zone of Dadinkowa in Gombe State occupies about 126ha of land while the in the mid altitude zone of Jos at Riyom in Plateau State takes up to 75ha of land.

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NIHORT is arguably the only Horticultural Research Institute in Nigeria and entire West African region which has a mandate to conduct researches on fruits, spices, vegetables, and ornamental plants. Interestingly, these four (4) groups of plants have over one hundred different plants species.

NIHORT’s Vision

NIHORT has the mandate to fulfill its main vision which is to:

  1. Develop horticultural produce and products for local and export markets with attendant health, industrial raw materials and employment generation benefits.
  2. Develop sustainable production and utilization of horticultural crops in order to achieve excellence in fruits, vegetables, spices, ornamentals as well as aromatic plant research in Nigeria.

Research Programmes at NIHORT

Research Programmesat NIHORTare versatile and extend to include the following branches or fields:

  1. Citrus improvement programme,
  2. Fruits improvement programme,
  3. Vegetables improvement programme,
  4. Ornamental plants improvement programme,
  5. Farming systems & Extension development programme,
  6. Integrated Pest Management

Recent Searches Pertaining to NIHORT Job

It is on record that NIHORT opens application windows to job applicants from Nigeria on a yearly basis. On this account, therefore, we are pleased to invite you to apply for National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT) 2019/2020

There have been severalqueries by aspirants who are keen at working with the NIHORT in various positions and would like to get legit information about the job. Some of the numerous questions applicantshave been asking us include but not limited to the following:

  1. How Can I Apply for National Horticultural Research Institute ?
  2. Where can I obtain the National Horticultural Research Institute form?
  3. Is the National Horticultural Research Institute Recruitment Form out?
  4. When will National Horticultural Research Institute Recruitment start?
  5. I need National Horticultural Research Institute Recruitment update, etc.
  6. Is National Horticultural Research Institute Recruitment Real for etc.

Academic Requirements

For those interested in applying for the Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research, you need to make sure you possess the following:

  1. Possession of B.Sc, HND, NCE in any course from a reputable institution.
  2. National Diploma (ND) / National Certificate of Education (NCE) from a recognized institution.
  3. West African School Certificate (WASC) or Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC) with Credits in not less than three (3) subjects including English;or
  4. National Examination Council (NECO) with passes in four (4) subjects obtained at one sitting or five (5) subjects obtained at two sittings English language inclusive.or
  5. General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) in two (2) subjects obtained at one sitting or three (3) subjects obtained at two sittings.

Some Avoidable Don’ts You Should Take Note of:

  1. You are not to apply for more than one job position and multiple applications for the same position is not allowed or advised.
  2. Application for this job is Online and is 100% free of charge
  3. You are not required to pay money to anyone who claims to work with the board neither should you but the form from anyone because it is free. But that does not mean that if you visit a Cyber Café or business centre to process this form that you’ll not pay for the service you get. You should know when to use your head and when not to.

How to Apply for this job

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At the moment, all application for the National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT) Recruitment is processed online.To commence your registration right away, please visit NIHORT official website at http://arcnigeria.org/  to process your form right away.

See Searches related to NIHORT Recruitment

  1. nihort official website
  2. nihort mandate crops
  3. nihort logo
  4. national horticultural research institute kano
  5. research institute in ibadan
  6. national recruitment

We welcome users’ feedback and opinion on this job. Hence, kindly comment below of you need further help on how to go about this recruitment exercise as to be properly updated and guided as soon as we have relevant updates on this job.

Recommended Success Tips For this Job

  1. Have self-confidence, trust me this one is much needed
  2. Interested applicants seeking for this job should be able to build good relationships
  3. Keep your personal registration details like username or password confidential and never disclose them to another third party. Remember that applying for jobs is a competition. So, you should apply caution and wisdom in all you’re doing!
  4. Register early because you never can tell if the job is routed on a first come, first serve basis.
  5. Trim your hair, beards (i.e., keep it low).It is a sign of responsibility and is demanded by virtually all employees.
  6. When you are called for the job interview, ensure that you dress decently. Avoid extravagant, nude, and/or exaggerated dressing as these may disqualify you.
  7. You should always be eager to think about your career development
  8. Avoid distractions at the registration venue so as not to fill the wrong details while applying for the job.

 

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