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Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 - hotnigerianjobs.com --- (55 comments)


The Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) seeks brave and smart young Nigerians, willing to serve the country in the field of promoting and protecting Nigeria’s security interests at home and abroad, in very challenging circumstances. Our routine includes executing tasks solely for the protection and promotion of Nigeria’s security interest.

Federal Civil Service Recruitment (Officers & Other Ranks)

Location:
Nigeria

Details
  • The Agency is interested in attracting young Nigerians (male and female) for recruitment as Officers and other Ranks, to join a life-long career of fascinating challenges and opportunities.
Requirements
  • The right candidates should have exceptional abilities and capabilities, including working under the toughest of conditions, drive for knowledge, perseverance, risk taking, adaptability, strong perceptive skills, inter-personal skills, emotional intelligence. Interest in foreign culture as well as ability to speak foreign languages would be added advantages.
Academic Qualifications:
  • 2nd Class Degree from recognized University plus NYSC Discharge Certificate for Officers
  • Nigerian Certificate of Education (NCE)/Ordinary National Diploma (OND) or School Cert with five credits (including Math and English) for Other Ranks
Other Requirements include the following:
  • Must be a Nigerian
  • Age: 20 to 25 for Officers and 18 to 22 for Other Ranks
  • Physical Fitness: Running 10kms non-stop, 40 Push Ups, 10 Chin Ups
  • Psychological Stability
  • Medical Fitness
  • Good Character
Application Closing Date
24th May, 2019.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should forward their Applications to:

IPPIS Unit, Room1,
AAPSCOMS Building, Ground Floor,
Federal Civil Service Commission Headquarters,
4, Abidjan Street, Wuse Zone 3,
Abuja.

  

Comments (55)

No. 1
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 10:08:33 GMT by ADELAKUN IYABO MOYINOLIUWA

I am a Female young Nigerian seeking for an employment in to any of the Federal Government Agency, I studied Nutrition and Dietetics. I will be grateful if my application is given urgent attention. Best Regards, ADELAKUN IYABO MOYINOLUWA
No. 2
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 10:40:20 GMT by Okoh Mathias Ogenyi

Please can't the application be forwarded to the commission's email? Best regards.
No. 3
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 10:56:12 GMT by Awalu Jacob Chinedu

Please help me out if the form is out,please notify me,
No. 4
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 12:13:04 GMT by Egoji Collins

Pls, is the submission not required through mail?
No. 5
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 12:42:16 GMT by Ebuchiwe Blessing chizaram

I wish the management will consider those of us in the far East and provide an email for us to apply through.
No. 6
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 12:57:54 GMT by Busola

Pls am I to get the form from the office too??
No. 7
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 13:49:29 GMT by Maryam Mohammed

Please how do i get the form
No. 8
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 15:51:01 GMT by Michael

Nigeria which way, only university no HND abi, secondly asking everyone to summit to Abj, why not online application and lately the age bracket God for abide this country
No. 9
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 17:01:18 GMT by Ayuba Manasseh

Please that should be online for the benefits of us all.
No. 10
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 19:03:12 GMT by Valentine c Njoku

Nigerian which way should we go only abj people they for this country, why not online
No. 11
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 19:05:00 GMT by [email protected]

Please I need a government job whether state or federal. Please notify me if there is any.
No. 12
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 20:28:53 GMT by Richard Kwaghbo

How can I get the form? Is there other channels of submitting rather than going to Abuja?
No. 13
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 21:06:49 GMT by Ib

Why recruiting offline instead of online and more so the age braket is nonsense for fedral job... And u dont even make provission for HND holders . This country is a scarm
No. 14
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 21:19:05 GMT by Nwoko Victory

Please how do I get the form? Are we to go to their officers?
No. 15
Posted on Mon 13th May, 2019 23:45:34 GMT by IBRAHIM MOHAMMED BASHIR

Please the management should assist us to make it online, so that it Will easier to apply for every body in the country, god bless our nation.
No. 16
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 05:02:51 GMT by Akunoko Emmanuel orwamga

I am interested in teaching jobs with the federal government unity schools. I hold a bachelor of science degree in economics and NCE in Economics/political science. I have been teaching for the past 15years with SUBEB in Makurdi,Benue State.
No. 17
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 05:42:17 GMT by Ocheje Helen Eleojo

Pls how can I get the form? And is it possible to submit through Email?
No. 18
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 06:43:09 GMT by Chinedu

Pls notify me on any federal job plsss
No. 19
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 07:00:05 GMT by Ekpo, Jonah Etebom

Good Day Sir(madam), Am seeking for my better days principle(Job), I studies engineering(power & machine)HND. Pls cant favour fine me Thourgh you? Thanks
No. 20
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 07:00:23 GMT by Ekpo, Jonah Etebom

Good Day Sir(madam), Am seeking for my better days principle(Job), I studies engineering(power & machine)HND. Pls cant favour fine me Thourgh you? Thanks
No. 21
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 07:00:49 GMT by Ekpo, Jonah Etebom

Good Day Sir(madam), Am seeking for my better days principle(Job), I studies engineering(power & machine)HND. Pls cant favour fine me Thourgh you? Thanks
No. 22
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 07:01:01 GMT by Ekpo, Jonah Etebom

Good Day Sir(madam), Am seeking for my better days principle(Job), I studies engineering(power & machine)HND. Pls cant favour fine me Thourgh you? Thanks
No. 23
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 07:05:35 GMT by Adekunle Daoud Balogun

This massive recruitment exercise into the federal government agency is unrealistic and it is going to be an exercise in futility. How can a federal agency put eligible age of the applicants at 20-25 when majority of the Nigeria children could not be admitted into the university of their choices after their many trials at JAMB to get the required Cut-off marks for admission at the age of 18/19 years. They spend 5 -7 years to get the degree at with the incessant ASSU strikes across the country while many are above the age of 20 years before securing admission at all. The NYSC mandatory service is a must. It is better the eligible age of the applicant put at 21-35 because of some who are out of job as a result of mass retrenchment, bankruptcy that became the bane of their former employment. Secondly, how can a country of 36 states asked the job applicants to submit application at only one submission centre at the address below: (IPPIS Unit, Room1, AAPSCOMS Building, Ground Floor, Federal Civil Service Commission Headquarters, 4, Abidjan Street, Wuse Zone 3, Abuja). This is very unrealistic, it has clearly shown that the agency in charge of the recruitment exercise wants to make Nigerian youth face with hardship and agony if an applicants from, Cross River State, Anambra, Oyo, Maiduguri, Bayesa, Lagos and others must to travel down to Abuja to submit ordinary application for federal job. This is a stone-age method of carrying out mass recruitment. We should not forget the issue of Immigration Mass Recruitment during President Goodluck Jonathan's regime where many of the applicants were killed at the applicants meeting centre. The present scenario/method of submission may also end up loosing our children in motor accidents, get caught in banditry barricade, kidnappers and other terrorist vices. I therefore call on the leadership of the Massive recruitment into federal agency to adopt the following: 1. Let the applicants fill the form online and submit with the attachment of their required documents. 2. Do the screening online and published the shortlisted applicants online. 3. Make interview through social networks after a particular code may have been sent to each of the shortlisted applicants with which they would display as personal identity including their picture ID to avoid foul play. 4. Publish the final result of the successful candidates online and in the Nigerian mainstream newspapers and send email message to each candidate or through their phones. I hope the world would see Nigeria leadership as a committed government that the interest of its citizens as first priority. Thanks a lot Adekunle Daoud Balogun
No. 24
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 07:57:05 GMT by jibrin abdulm

we voted for our leaders at the age of (70-80yrs) to rule us. But in returned, after 25 yrs we are not merit to be give any task(jobs) anymore. God! retire all of thems for us in this country(ameen)
No. 25
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 09:15:40 GMT by Adaobi Lynda

Pls can't there be an email address one can forward the necessary documents needed for this job opening must I have to get to Abuja wuse zone 3 before doing that... 2, age 20_25 is really a bad age range for employment, while we vote for our politicians At the age of 70 to 80 years of age to lead us... Nigerians we need to rise tall.. Thanks
No. 26
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 10:55:51 GMT by umar ya'u Ringim

Comment*please help us to provide website for the commission for us to have easy access to the recruitment exercise , if not please are we going to submit our application letter with our attached credentials to the provided address , wish u all the best
No. 27
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 14:19:45 GMT by Hezy

My innocent and long-suffering Nigerian people!!! Why are you so aggreived with the terms of this advert? This is not a job vacancy for the masses but for only the few already known ones with connections to the cabals. It is crystal clear - it is visible to the blind and very audible to the deaf. The bitter fact is they have already selected those they want for the job. All this advertisement is just to fulfill what the constitution says; that any of such recruitments must be publicly announced. But we all know what is happening with the system in this country. So it's all kangaroo publication, stop disturbing yourself. Hold yourself together and take your future in your own hands. A word, they say, is enough for the wise! Na waka I just dey waka pass o!!!
No. 28
Posted on Tue 14th May, 2019 23:06:44 GMT by Dike Nkeiruka Sandra

I love this
No. 29
Posted on Wed 15th May, 2019 11:46:28 GMT by Chidi Ngozi

Pls nigerian unemployed youth are suffering struggle to gain admission no job now age braket again our leaders thank you.
No. 30
Posted on Wed 15th May, 2019 12:27:14 GMT by Mfon udofia

Comment*Nigerian must you turtured us like this?How can u place one center for the sumission of application,already u hv fix ur peo all,God is watching.pls dnt muck at us again.
No. 31
Posted on Wed 15th May, 2019 15:03:37 GMT by Olayide A. O

I Just want to beg the Federal government under the leadership of the President Muhammed Buhari to help and talk to the Chairman of the FCSC / Federal character commision to increase the age to 25-35 please. God bless you.
No. 32
Posted on Wed 15th May, 2019 16:28:30 GMT by John mercy

Please notify me if any job vacancy
No. 33
Posted on Thu 16th May, 2019 06:53:20 GMT by Michael

@30 after struggling to earn a degree.Now this wicked and eveil men are seeking 20-25 year of age. Then federal government should be ready for war. They should be ready because what's coming on them is more deadly than Book Haram or Banditry. Government officials are the target and they will not excape the horrors coming to them. Because these youths they deprived of there morale values knows where they live. So they should be ready for the tears about rain.
No. 34
Posted on Thu 16th May, 2019 10:01:40 GMT by MARIO ALEX EMLOVING

It's unfortunate that this country blessed with so many riches from natural resources will be passing through ALL this mall-hand-lings from the leaders we solemnly elected into power. They also request for this age limit course they know it's only their children that can afford to have finish their education stress-free at this age. Nevertheless, we will not stop applying until God remove all the bad eggs from our Government. The FCSC should provide email address so we could forward the application through or better-still, take the job positions and share to their family members. Thank you
No. 35
Posted on Thu 16th May, 2019 12:00:32 GMT by Johnson Awodola

where is the result of 2016/2017 recruitment interview at public service institute of nigeria PSIN. I wasted my money to abuja for this interview, till today no result , everything is who you know. i will strongly advice you not to waste your time time for this because you will not hear anything after the interview
No. 36
Posted on Thu 16th May, 2019 12:11:51 GMT by Johnson Awodola

check the update for 2016/2017 recrutment here https://vacancy.fedcivilservice.gov.ng/ you will know that nigeria is a joke. till today, no body receive text message or email concerning this recruitment. pls dont waste your time if you dont know strong person in abuja
No. 37
Posted on Thu 16th May, 2019 15:35:05 GMT by Olabanji

Firstly those who have interest and meet the stipulated requirements can submit their application through courier post office. But to be factual how many people can meet up with the age bracket after NYSC? Advertisement is just to fulfill all righteous. Sorry for Nigerian youths
No. 38
Posted on Fri 17th May, 2019 08:42:33 GMT by XPLORERS

We need an email to enable people from far to get access to this job, please...
No. 39
Posted on Fri 17th May, 2019 10:23:48 GMT by Praise

I travel all the way from lagos to Abuja to submit mine yesterday and end up no seeing the man in the office. when I ask, the person there ask me to come back on Monday, that is the only day the man use to come to work. Nigeria funny country
No. 40
Posted on Sat 18th May, 2019 12:20:22 GMT by Emmanuel Paparoach

The people behind this job don’t deserve to live, their inhuman and ordinary animals. May every curse in Psalms 109 be their potion. Those that posted this wickedness job may their generations never experience peace, May their children become orphans, and their wife a widow! May their children be homeless beggars; may they be driven from the ruins they live in! May their creditors take away all their property, and may strangers get everything their worked for. Amin Ase.
No. 41
Posted on Sun 19th May, 2019 16:04:33 GMT by Ati Terese Joshua

You need people @25 with Bsc and MBA for employment in govt agencies while your president is 88yrs and other ministers and some have just primary school or secondary certificates
No. 42
Posted on Sun 19th May, 2019 17:43:15 GMT by Odereghi Ikodi Isighe

Imagine, when they needed our votes; there was no age limit. But every time there is a vacancy; applicants shouldnot be more than 25yrs old.
No. 43
Posted on Sun 19th May, 2019 19:22:38 GMT by Liberty

This is ridiculous. How will u risk lives of young ones on the road just to submit ordinary application? This is a modern age,make use of digital ideas for job application Secondly,the age bracket is unreasonable
No. 44
Posted on Mon 20th May, 2019 20:23:40 GMT by Oleghe Stephen inumah

Is there no any other way to apply than to go to Abuja?
No. 45
Posted on Mon 20th May, 2019 20:35:23 GMT by charity faithful

Is there no provision for application online? they should have made provision for those that wants to apply online
No. 46
Posted on Mon 20th May, 2019 21:17:28 GMT by kamal

Don't waste your time going to Abuja... It's not worth it... Was there today(monday), there was no organisation and they were just asking people to submit and go.. People were much... And it's for NIA:nigerian intelligence Agency)
No. 47
Posted on Mon 20th May, 2019 21:49:46 GMT by H2O

scam, when all the slot has been shared within themselves in abuja, is only God that will help Nigerian youth from the danger and manance of unemployment
No. 48
Posted on Wed 22nd May, 2019 05:28:51 GMT by Ojo Dada John

pls have anyone able to registered or applied for the federal civil service commission form. have been trying to applied for the pass four days but is not working.
No. 49
Posted on Wed 22nd May, 2019 14:07:54 GMT by Jamilu sanusi

I wish the management will consider those of us in the far and provide an email or website for us to apply through.
No. 50
Posted on Thu 23rd May, 2019 00:50:54 GMT by Habizkid kenzzy

Please can we send it through email?


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