Federal Civil Service Recruitment Application Extended To November 13th
The federal civil service commission has extended her recruitment application period to November 13 in the ongoing recruitment.
This is to enable applicants correct, edit and submit their job application on the FCSC portal.
The initial extension period ended on November 5th.
The Federal Civil service under the presidency had earlier announced the opening of the portal for online applications from suitably qualified candidates into the federal civil service.
The FCSC advised applicants who have submitted their applications to login and click the “My Portal” menu.
Next, select “My Application(s)” to review their application(s) in the portal and cross-check for any errors or omissions.
It also advised applicants to review the list and delete duplicate applications.
Applicants are advised to make sure their final application(s) is filled out completely, correctly and accurately, before the 13th of November, 2016.
Federal Civil Service Recruitment Application Extended
The FCSC warned that all applications will be processed electronically.
As such, any error or omission could affect applicants chances of getting to the next stage of the recruitment process.
Completion and submission of application processes are part of the candidate’s selection process.
For those interested in the Nigerian Federal Civil Service Jobs, the only means of application is through the Federal Civil Service Recruitment Portal.
Below is the breakdown of federal ministries that are open to applicants:
– Bureau of Public Procurement
– Federal Ministry of Education
– Federal Ministry of Labour & Productivity
– Federal Ministry of Finance
– Ministry of Foreign Affairs
– Federal Ministry of Information and Culture
– Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing
– Federal Ministry of Science and Technology
– Federal Ministry of Transport
– Office of the Auditor-General for the Federation
– Office of the Surveyor-General of the Federation
Completion/submission of application online is FREE and at no cost to applicants in line with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention.