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Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Recruitment 2011

Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 - hotnigerianjobs.com --- (128 comments)

Our client, NSITF, a Federal Government Agency, charged with the mandate of implementing the new Employee Compensation Act for both private and public sectors in federal, states and local government levels and with offices located all over the federation offers a competitive salary package and excellent career development programme to attract and retain the best in the industry invites applications from suitably qualified Nigerians and other individuals to join its workforce and fill the following vacant positions in the head office, states and local offices all over the federation

Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund Recruitment 2011

Senior Level Vacancies

1. Administration
- Administration
– Procurement
– HR
– General Administration
– Training

2. Operations
– Enforcement/Benefit
– Information/Communication Technology (ICT)
– Health Safety/Environment (HSE)
– Legal
– APR and D

3. Finance/ Investment
– Accounts/Finance
– Investment/Treasury
– Estates

4. Internal Audit
– Internal Audit

5. Corporate Affairs
– Corporate Affairs Services

Method of Application
1. Interested candidates in NSITF E-Recruitment are to log on to www.recruitmentaffairs.com (powered by TOPE KUYORO & CO) and fill in application form after payment of a non-refundable processing fee of N1,000 (One thousand naira only) to the underlisted bank accounts on or before 26th May 2011. Please note that this fee is inclusive of bank charges and or commission.

S/No. Banks
a. First Bank Plc
b. United Bankfor Africa Pic
c. Afribank Nigeria Plc
d. Guaranty Trust Bank Plc
e. Zenith Bank Plc

Account Details
Account No: 4082040010894, Account No: 8011385747
1. Candidates are to use the Payment Reference/Access Codes collected from the above named banks to complete registration formalities on www.recruitmentaffairs.com
2. At the completion of the online registration process candidates will receive an email confirming receipt of same.
3. Candidates are advised to keep their account details (user name H password) confidential to edit their profile and or complete their application later in case they are not able to do so after account creation.
4. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted via sms/ email for test and or interview.

General Instructions
1. Prospective applicants are to upload a recent passport photograph in any format limited to a file size of 25KB.
2. Note that a valid email address (e.g. yournamelIDdomainname.com) must be entered into the Email field.
3. Application closes 26th May,  2011
4. NSITF is an equal opportunity employer and will not be liable for candidates who misplace their Access Codes before online registration.

Other Conditions
All candidates should be numerate and or analytical with good interpersonal H communication skills. They should be computer literate and or have a working knowledge of computer application packages.
For more information about the positions on offer kindly visit our website.www.recruitmentaffairs.com
01-2914785.01-8418940.
Email: nsitfjobs@recruitmentaffairs.com
All applications will be treated in strict confidence. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Disclaimer: Due to high inquiries from our readers requesting authenticity of this NSITF job advert. We want to state categorically that we are not associated with the NSITF nor the advertisers (Tope Kuyoro & Co - www.recruitmentaffairs.com) of this advert and cannot verify the authenticity. This Job Advert was also advertised on 12th April, 2011 in a popular Nigerian National Daily (Guardian) with 8 full-page advert. We believe that if it is a scam, the NSITF officials must have spotted the advert and make a disclaimer.


 


Comments (128)

No. 1
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 09:35:23 GMT by tony

obtaining money from jobless people is a sin.
No. 2
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 12:38:52 GMT by truth always

Haba,is these really a federal government job????
No. 3
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 13:02:53 GMT by kast

let make nigeria a beta place. It starts from stopping all form of exploitation and extortion.
No. 4
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 15:02:12 GMT by ALUBO OBIABO

How do u explain obtaining money from job seekers and yet we say Nigerian will be better. I just can not fathom it, after extorting from candidates, only those with CONNECTIONS high up are employed. Let the LORD judge accordingly
No. 5
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 17:09:57 GMT by Stanley

Nawaoooo! shee na like this we go de deee God bless unaooo.
No. 6
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 17:33:25 GMT by Baco

May God punish THOSE that brought up this idea, may them neva see sunlight again. May the souls of living and dead job seekers hunt them die. Ameeeeen.
No. 7
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 19:54:04 GMT by Ns

Thief ole carry am go
No. 8
Posted on Wed 13th Apr, 2011 21:21:17 GMT by lakeside

robbing peter to pay paul, am tired of this country.
No. 9
Posted on Thu 14th Apr, 2011 07:22:46 GMT by Oluchi

Y wil it always b federal sectors dat wil b doin dis,FRSC,NDLEA,NAFDAC,&nw dis?where r we goin 2in dis nation?God help us o
No. 10
Posted on Thu 14th Apr, 2011 08:16:41 GMT by samuel

They are sending wrong signal to private employees.Does it mean recruitment expenses was ni=ot captured in the budget.All involved in these exploitations must die a shamful death.May God help us in this country.
No. 11
Posted on Thu 14th Apr, 2011 13:11:24 GMT by funke

i think this spam
No. 12
Posted on Thu 14th Apr, 2011 16:02:48 GMT by william AJOMA

may GOD in heaven don't forgive THOSE who are using the joblessness situation in the country to defraud innocent nigerians .NECO ,inec frsc etc did it nd no body there question them but GOD IS NOT DEAD THEY WILL ALL ANSWER ONE DAY.
No. 13
Posted on Fri 15th Apr, 2011 09:18:44 GMT by Abayomi Aliyu

Do we really have govt in this nation? When will this exploitation stop? At the end of the execise millions will be raked in from jobless nigerians. God will deliver us from this shameful and heartless govt controlled by PDP. Some countries that cannot boast of half of the resources that abound in this country still have social services in form of stipend for their unemployed; reverse is the case in nigeria.
No. 14
Posted on Fri 15th Apr, 2011 13:45:25 GMT by Olutosin

I believe we have rules & regulations guiding recruitment & selection in both public and private establishments and collecting money from job seekers is unlawful. Please raise the alarm! This is so not right.
No. 15
Posted on Fri 15th Apr, 2011 14:19:28 GMT by abs

Dat is PDP govt for us brodas. May God give us change of govt 4 d better.
No. 16
Posted on Sun 17th Apr, 2011 10:43:55 GMT by Austine

Y would d job seekers continue to sufer in dis nation,afta borrowing money 2 paying 4 dis recruitment we nava see our result.d post are b share among d rulers of dis great nation.very bad of those dat are body to dis parties, bcos dis contribute to bring more corruption to dis great nation.pls stop dis 4 good things to come to Nig.
No. 17
Posted on Mon 18th Apr, 2011 09:59:13 GMT by chiefo obijiofor

i bought the pin no from first bank and was unable to register, is this a scam?
No. 18
Posted on Mon 18th Apr, 2011 14:27:34 GMT by Sammie

The Application process is quite cumbersome. After payment , you get to the site and you can't register. can some one please bail me out ? Which is your access code ? because what i can see on the printout i was given at the bank is a teller number and confirmation order
No. 19
Posted on Mon 18th Apr, 2011 19:37:49 GMT by uchenna

i paid 2900 to nigerian airforce, another to nigerian navy now i am about to pay another 1000. God will judge this heartless people. i know how i suffer to get this money
No. 20
Posted on Wed 20th Apr, 2011 10:45:30 GMT by Mike

NSITF, Would somebody tell us why it is so difficult and cumbersome to apply using the site provided after taking a whooping N1000 each from jobless applicants? Please tell us how to go about it now.
No. 21
Posted on Wed 20th Apr, 2011 10:48:21 GMT by Chris

This is man's inhumanity (a group of people) to his fellow man. May this group of people be cut off from the surface of the earth like dust, just like the wind blows away the dust. All meaningful Nigerian should resist this heinous crime
No. 22
Posted on Wed 20th Apr, 2011 12:44:25 GMT by TAYO OLADOSU

THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES SADDLED WITH THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF CHECKMATING THESE FRAUDSTERS SHOULD RISE UP TO THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES. ALL THESE RECRUITMENT FRAUDSTERS MUST STOP FORTHWITH IF NIGERIA MUST TAKE HER PLACE IN THE COMITY OF NATIONS. IF THERE ARE NO LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES SADDLED WITH THIS RESPONSIBILITY, THE FED GOVT AND NAT ASS MUST ESTABLISH SOME TO PROVE THAT THEY ARE CONCERNED ABOUT JOB SEEKERS THAT VOTED THEM IN.
No. 23
Posted on Wed 20th Apr, 2011 14:17:42 GMT by Nigerian

people will always convert chance to chances. God protect us from scavengers
No. 24
Posted on Thu 21st Apr, 2011 09:58:22 GMT by iheanetu chidiedere

pls banks at warri delta state are not sealing the code,management should direct them
No. 25
Posted on Thu 21st Apr, 2011 12:00:36 GMT by ayinde

anoder 419 again, God help us
No. 26
Posted on Thu 21st Apr, 2011 14:53:21 GMT by manie

pls wats the exact dimension to use for the pic i did less than 25kb it wont upload exact the same thing is this a form of defrauding us!
No. 27
Posted on Tue 26th Apr, 2011 09:08:36 GMT by Folmike

When would this Country be better? How can you expect such money from applicants so numerous that even 5% are not sure of being employed? God, where are you?
No. 28
Posted on Wed 27th Apr, 2011 00:49:12 GMT by Delight

Hey peeps, this is totally unacceptable. collecting money for employment? Very sure our sincere and peace loving President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan won't be happy with this 419 development in this country.
No. 29
Posted on Wed 27th Apr, 2011 09:56:37 GMT by JACOB

this is too bad for ordinary citizen to cough out such amount. God save this country from 419.
No. 30
Posted on Wed 27th Apr, 2011 10:56:29 GMT by femi

Dear all, haba! hotnigeranjobs,how can u post on your site that the recruitment has closed when the advert states that the exercise will last for a minimum of 6weeks.Stop contradicting yourselve and confusing us. Pls desist from mis-informing people.
No. 31
Posted on Wed 27th Apr, 2011 14:07:51 GMT by fasakin lekan

please extend time for others to enjoy the benefit
No. 32
Posted on Wed 27th Apr, 2011 15:52:15 GMT by moses ogbonnia ume

good
No. 33
Posted on Thu 28th Apr, 2011 12:45:57 GMT by DAN

i have realy gone round some bank in Ajao Estate i coun't get the pin. can u tell me the real situation.
No. 34
Posted on Fri 29th Apr, 2011 17:23:50 GMT by Clement o.

My nation and people's in Christ,why are we deceive ourself, most of us got this money through pain.NSITF do something to upgrade your website.
No. 35
Posted on Sun 01st May, 2011 13:26:59 GMT by labbo

usman danfodiyo univesity sokoto
No. 36
Posted on Sun 01st May, 2011 14:24:34 GMT by Engr Bala

For all i care, successfull candidates have already been taken even before this was pasted on the internet. Going to the Bank is a waste of time i assure u.............
No. 37
Posted on Mon 02nd May, 2011 05:33:43 GMT by Adewumi

What is the essence of paying #1000? This is exploitation!!!!
No. 38
Posted on Mon 02nd May, 2011 16:52:47 GMT by aturu m

why are this people bent on taking money from those who do not have means of livelihood, govt should look into this.
No. 39
Posted on Tue 03rd May, 2011 10:12:20 GMT by olufemi

The NSITF recruitment was puplished in d newspapers on the 11th,12th,and 13th of April.It is suppose to last for 6weeks.I don't know where u guys got your info from,it is totally wrong.The application is still in progress.
No. 40
Posted on Wed 04th May, 2011 20:51:24 GMT by sola

it's rather unfortunate dat the unemployed are being exploited,abi wat's the N1000 4? calculating the no of the graduates that are unemployed &the amount paid just 2 apply 4 a job,i ask,whose pocket are the fees going 2? well,i dont think dis scam has 2 do with PDP gov.but rather a bad& corrupt leaders @the aim of affairs in the organisation.
No. 41
Posted on Thu 05th May, 2011 09:57:56 GMT by David O

Well, from the look of things, it appears those that ought to speak over the continual robbing of job seekers are turning a blind eye. Today even State governments rake in a lot from desperate applicants. At the end they conduct stage managed tests, with that they justify duping job seekers.It's time the President and other good spirited leaders were made to stop this fraudulent practices. Else, one day there could be a revolution against the better placed.
No. 42
Posted on Thu 05th May, 2011 09:58:40 GMT by Egwuda

why bring PDP into this' we Nigerians have to be sensitive about things, what stop you from going to NSITF office to confirm b4 spending your little resources
No. 43
Posted on Thu 05th May, 2011 13:18:04 GMT by Gana Nathaniel G.

i study urban and regional planning would my application be entertain?
No. 44
Posted on Fri 06th May, 2011 14:39:49 GMT by thomas

the entire system is in mess and we good, minded people to stop this but if any fail to stop this God himself stand to defend his own people.this people are thief, robbers and frauders. the want to buy jeep, build house which be roting away.why should govt allow selfish and greedy people to carryout this malicious act. i advise the seeker not encourage this pple by patroising them at all.becos their days are number.God will soon turn our pains to good following the choice of jonathan to change and creat job. thanks all.
No. 45
Posted on Sat 07th May, 2011 15:31:53 GMT by olatunji shobande

nigerians are creative in a negative way; I almost fell for this
No. 46
Posted on Mon 09th May, 2011 09:23:23 GMT by JAZIRI

this is a dramatic pity and national sympathy for our government. it is very bad that our leaders are not interesting in those that they are govern. May God never forgive those that involve in this barbarous act. chwali for naija
No. 47
Posted on Mon 09th May, 2011 09:44:04 GMT by Gadzama ndumari madu

I bought d pin number from first bank on the 15th of april til nw iam unble to complet my registration that i don't have suffiecent fund. Shld i txt the pin numba to u 4 ur varification?
No. 48
Posted on Mon 09th May, 2011 17:47:22 GMT by frank

#1000 for what service?
No. 49
Posted on Mon 09th May, 2011 21:07:00 GMT by Jshika

The 1000 is for what,can anyone explain?
No. 50
Posted on Tue 10th May, 2011 07:46:45 GMT by 2.2

the efort of our heros past has bein jeopadize by gredy ppl in high places. hw can somebody ask u 4 water nd u expect a cup from him 1st.thunda fire una.


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