Serving as an INEC ad hoc officer will actually give you the chance to express patriotism as a Nigerian, to allow the arrow head of democracy pierce above the gross mismanagement that is prevalent in the Nigeria of today.
Electoral misconducts have been known in the Nigeria electoral processes, but you could be that individual who can spark a light of positive change in the system, and really allow power to the electorates.
This article has been specially crafted to reveal all you should know about the recruitment, and guide you on making your application.
- 0.1 WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF INEC?
- 0.2 GUIDELINES
- 1 AVAILABLE POSITIONS
- 2 REQUIREMENTS
- 3 HOW TO APPLY
WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF INEC?
The INEC has the following functions and the Ad Hoc staff recruited during the election period add to the work force to achieve these aims.
These guidelines below are what INEC should uphold no matter the external pressure:
- Presiding Officer
- Assistant Presiding Officer
- Local Government area Collation officer
- Supervisory Presiding officer
- State constituency returning officer
- Senatorial or National and State constituency returning officer
- Interested applicants must be Nigerians who are mentally fit and are ready to uphold the dignity of right actions.
- You must possess a minimum of O’ Level certificate as an applicant.
- Applicant should have a valid means of identification.
WHAT DO I NEED BEFORE APPLYING?
In the preparation to apply for the ad hoc job, it is wise you have these things listed below before you set out to submit your application:
- First, you must have an active email address
- Your mobile phone number must also be active
- You should have a personal bank account
- Your recent passport, taken on a white background of not more than 50KB in size.
- The contact details such as email address or phone number of your referee, must be ready before application
- A valid mean of identity such as Voter’s Card, Student ID and so on.
- Your NYSC Call Up Number will be needed.
HOW TO APPLY
Having met the above listed requirements, the next step is to learn how you can apply. Anyway, the application process actually involves simple steps, which are laid down below:
- Interested candidates should first log on to the INEC ad hoc recruitment portal which is https://pres.inecnigeria.org/
- Click on the “Register” button; follow the instructions to create your account
- Open your mail for the verification link sent to your mail. Click the verification link to continue; and remember to change your password
- Now, fill the application form with valid information
- Upload your passport photograph which should not be more than 50KB in size.
- Enter the details of your referees and check the attestation letter box.
- Crosscheck the information you have provided, and if they are all good, simply submit.
- Lastly, print your acknowledgement slip and that is all.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
When will the recruitment start?
The INEC ad hoc recruitment is currently not ongoing. Nonetheless, we are hopeful that the application will start again before the 2023 general elections.
What is the application deadline?
INEC is not currently recruiting ad hoc officers. Meanwhile the deadline for the job application is not specified.
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What is a plain background, as required of my passport photograph?
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