INEC Ad-Hoc Staff Recruitment – We are pleased to inform the general public and all interested candidates that the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has commenced the recruitment of Ad-hoc staff for 2019 general election.
All interested candidates are advice to carefully read through this post and understand the recruitment criteria before applying for any position.
List of INEC Ad-hoc Staff Recruitment Positions
Here is the full list of INEC ad-hoc staff positions you can apply for the 2019 general election;
- State Constituency Returning Officers (SCRO)
- Senatorial District Constituency Returning Officers (SDCRO)
- Federal Constituency Returning Officers (FCRO)
- State Assembly Constituency Returning Officers (SACRO)
- Collation Officers (CO)
- Supervisory Presiding Officers (SPO)
- Presiding Officers (PO)
- Assistant Presiding Officers (SPO)
How to Apply for INEC Ad-Hoc Staff Recruitment 2019
All interested and qualified candidates who wants to apply for INEC adhoc staff recruitment 2019 should visit INEC official career website on http://pres.inecnigeria.org and apply online.
The application is open for employees of federal government departments and ministries, ex corpers between 2013 to 2018, and Final year students in departments of Engineering, computer science and ICT.
Note: only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email or phone number to proceed for INEC training for 2019 general elections.
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ajayi babatunde boluwaji
Please when is the recruitment going to start
It has already started
Oni Boluwatife Abodunde
Pls i went to osun inec office they dont allow ex corpers to register, why?