Friday, April 8, 2011

Nigerian Custom Service Mass recruitment!

CATEGORY ‘A’ - GENERAL DUTY
(1) SUPERINTENDENT CADRE
(2) INSPECTOR CADRE
(3) ASSISTANT CADRE

(B) AIRWING:
(1)SUPERINTENDENT CADRE
(2)INSPECTOR CADRE
(3)ASSISTANT CADRE

(c) MECHANICAL:
(1) SUPERINTENDENT CADRE
(2) INSPECTOR CADRE

(D) BUILDING:
(1) SUPERINTENDENT CADRE
(2) INSPECTOR CADRE

(3) ASSISTANT CADRE

(E) ELECTRICAL:
(1) SUPERINTENDENT CADRE
(2)INSPECTOR CADRE
(3) ASSISTANT CADRE

(F)PRINTING:
(1)INSPECTOR CADRE
(2)ASSISTANT CADRE

(G)ACCOUNTS/AUDIT:
(1)SUPERINTENDENT CADRE
(2)INSPECTOR CADRE
(3) ASSISTANT CADRE

(H) SECRETARY/SECRETARIAL ASSISTANT:
(1) INSPECTOR CADRE

(I) STORES:
(1) INSPECTOR CADRE

(1) ASSISTANT CADRE


GENERAL CONDITIONS
In addition, all candidates must:

•Be a Nigerian by birth or descent.
•Not be less than 1.7 metres in height, for male and 1.64 metres for female.
•Have a fully expanded chest measurement of not less than 0.87 metres, male.
•Be certified by a Government Medical Officer to be physically and mentally fit for appointment.
•Not be suffering from any form of physical or mental disability
•Be free from any form of financial embarrassment.
•Be of good character and must not have been found guilty of any criminal offence.
•Be Computer literate. 
•Be between the ages of 18 – 25 for  CONSOL 3,CONSOL4,CONSOL6  and  between  the  ages of 18 - 28  for CONSOL7  and  CONSOL8.
•Degree or HND holders must possess NYSC Discharge Certificates
•Female candidates must be single.
•Have a Certificate of State of Origin signed by the Chairman or Secretary of their Local Governments.
•Certificates endorsed by Liaison offices are not acceptable.

METHOD OF APPLICATION
If you meet the requirements for the above positions and are interested in pursuing a career with Nigeria Customs Service, please log onto Nigeria Customs website www.customs.gov.ng (Click on "About Us" then the “Vacancies link” on the Home Page) to complete the online application form. Upon submission, Applicants will receive an acknowledgment containing a Reference no which must be quoted in all future correspondence. Download(http://customsrecruit.com.ng/vacancy.pdf) this Instruction and read carefully before applying.

•Access to website and application is free of charge.
•No paper application will be accepted.
•Applicants are to submit only one (1) application as multiple application leads to disqualification.
•Nigeria Customs Service will not be responsible for application submitted on any website outside that stated above.
•Application closes 30th April 2011

Click link for details
http://customsrecruit.com.ng/http://www.getnaijajobs.com

8 comments:

  1. HI GUYS IS NOT FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM THAT MATTER BUT THE GODFATHERISM SYNDROME, BEFORE SECURING JOBS IN NIGERIA IS THE CONCERN. UNTIL YOU KNOW ONE BIG CRIMINAL IN THE SO CALLED HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY BEFORE YOU CAN'T GET JOB. MAY GOD HELP US ALL.

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  2. There are problems with this advert.
    The "apply" link says the site is under construction.
    The pdf form containing instruction on application states that "application closes on 31st December 2010.Please help me out.

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  3. there are people who want to serve thier fatherland with sincerity but a chance is not given bcos you must know one big criminal to sign your form.
    filling the form is not the problem. that is why the youth has lost confidence to the service of their fatherland.nigeria is not worth dying for.

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  4. Why is it that the site was not ready for application and the job advert was published?
    for ones, let transparencies come to the Nigeria system of employment, because by the time they will finish constructing the web site according to them, they must have finish picking their candidate.
    ooooooooooooo what a country i belong!

    Uwa, Alphonsus

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  5. when is the site going to be constructed properly bcos you ve been doing this for the past five days while some people said they ve fill in the application form or is the site close pls let know the fact so that we we will stop disturbing our self.

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  6. WHO WILL COME TO THIS COUNTRY AND ALL THIS WILL STOP? WHAT SHALL WE DO FOR ALL THIS TO COME TO AN END? CAN'T THIS COUNTRY CHANGE FOR ONCE? PEOPLE THAT HAS NO GODFATHER CAN NOT WORK? WHY? OHHHHHHHHHHHHHH NIGERIA.

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  7. the sincere desire to serve this country in whatever capacity is our driving force for success, as long as we don't give up hope and act as agent of positive change, all these nonsense will stop.

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  8. STOP THIS NONSENSE FOR ONCE,THE SITE IS NOT RESPONDING,NO GODFATHER NO JOB

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