INEC Recruitment form on www.inec.gov.ng is currently on. Here is how to get a job and Apply with INEC during their recruitment exercise.
INEC Job History
Name: Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)
Official Website: www.inec.gov.ng
INEC Recruitment (February 2020) Guide
Getting a Job into INEC even as the nation prepares for its Presidential election is a must for all those interested in getting not just the exposure INEC offers but giving back to the nation.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) officiates all elections in the nation and as such requires large manpower to oversee the successful election of suitable candidates into various positions across the federation.
There are pieces of information circulating the web also of INEC Recruitment of Ad-Hoc Staff for the upcoming 2020 General Elections.
We tried getting across to INEC using their official contacts to confirm this but all calls proved abortive.
INEC Job Requirements (February 2020)
To successfully apply for INEC Recruitments at all levels, the below requirements from the inception of the commission must be followed to the letter.
- You must be a Nigerian
- You must be above 18 years of age.
- You must have credible academic qualifications to back your proficiency. Preferable WAEC and SSCE Certification. Anything above this is an added advantage
- Being Computer proficient will be an added advantage
- Understanding as many local languages will be an added advantage
- Your affiliation to any political party must remain your personal decision and your neutrality public so you can do your Job without bias!
How to Apply?
You don’t need any individual to process your INEC recruitment for you. You can get this done yourself by the listed steps. Don’t Pay anyone cash or otherwise for INEC jobs in Nigeria.
- All applications for INEC Recruitment (February 2020) must be done on the official portal located here.
- Fill in your desired details where applicable
- Submit your application once filled.
We all have a right to affiliate with a particular political party. However, working with the Electoral Commission debits that you keep your neutrality so as to better function.