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Barely two week to the end of the Federal Civil Service Commission online recruitment exercise, for unemployed Nigerians, many of the prospective job seekers in some parts of the country have reported inconveniences in accessing and sending filled forms online. They traced the problem to system hanging.
The Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) had announced vacancies for applications into new positions in the federal civil service for Nigerians who are interested and matured to apply and fill up the vacancies. Below is breakdown of affected ministries that require applicants. The website for recruitments is https://www.vacancy.fedcivilservice.gov.ng.
They include 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.
Others are Federal Ministry of Transport, Office of the Auditor-General for the Federation, Office of the Surveyor-General of the Federation, Bureau of Public Procurement.
A statement had advised suitably qualified candidates with character and integrity who are interested in making career in the Federal Civil Service are invited to complete and submit application online on FCSC Website – https://www.vacancy.fedcivilservice.gov.ng for any of the posts indicated in each of the MDAs.
For avoidance of doubt, completion/submission of application online is free and at no cost to applicants in line with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention.
The completion/submission will run for six (6) weeks from the date of this publication.
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