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British High Commission Recent Job Openings: The British Government is an inclusive and diversity-friendly employer.  We value difference, promote equality and challenge discrimination, enhancing our organisational capability. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status or other category protected by law. We promote family-friendly flexible working opportunities, where operational and security needs allow.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

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Job Title: Immigration Liaison Officer (16/22 LOS)

Location: Lagos
Job Category: Other British Government Departments (Partners across Government, including UK Visas)
Job Subcategory: Home Office
Type of Position: Fixed Term
Grade: Executive Officer (EO)
Duration of Post: 12 months
Type of Post: British Deputy High Commission
Start Date: 1 July, 2022

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Main Purpose of Job

  • An immigration liaison role has arisen to join the Home Office International Operations (Immigration Enforcement International) team. The successful candidate(s) will work as Immigration Liaison Officer(s) for IEI, part of the Home Office, at the British Deputy High Commission, Lagos.
  • The team has responsibility for identifying threats to the UK Border, preventing inadequately documented passengers travelling to the UK, identifying visa abuse and developing criminal investigations.
  • We work with UK and international law enforcement agencies to tackle immigration crime, primarily through preventing the travel of inadequately documented passengers to the UK; enhancing visa decision quality; identifying and tackling underlying criminality and providing intelligence on threats to the UK border.

The team in Lagos have responsibility for Nigeria, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic, Niger and Mali and key responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Working with Her Majesty’s Passport Office (HMPO) to consider complex intelligence and counter-fraud referrals
  • Detecting and preventing abuse within the UK visa application process, and identifying and disrupting the activity of the organised crime groups behind it
  • Supporting airline carriers with the delivery of robust training packages to aid identification and disruption of passengers and organised crime groups aiming to abuse travel routes to the UK
  • Using the Intelligence Management System (IMS) to prioritise and action public allegations and intelligence referrals from IEI posts globally
  • Contributing to the capacity building of the host nation through ongoing projects within Official Development Assistance (ODA) budgets, supporting the United Kingdom’s Aid Strategy in developing countries
  • Develop operational intelligence products through the collection, interpretation and evaluation of relevant quantitative and qualitative information sources
  • Work closely with HMG partners at post, host authorities and international partners to support the development of intelligence and investigations to disrupt organised crime groups.
  • Support to the wider British High Commission aims and objectives.

Roles and Responsibilities / what will the jobholder be expected to achieve?

  • Investigation: Individual case working investigations as tasked by the Head of Section and Her Majesty’s Passport Office (HMPO) as well as other government departments.
  • Crime:  Using collaborative working with overseas and UK law enforcement partners to develop intelligence and investigations to disrupt organised crime groups targeting the UK.
  • Intelligence gathering and analysis: Develop operational intelligence products through the collection, interpretation and evaluation of relevant quantitative and qualitative information sources. Strong problem solving skills are required to identify and investigate suspected organised immigration crime and to gather evidence-based intelligence. Ensure that all relevant intelligence is gathered, assessed and disseminated in line with guidance.
  • Liaison: Build effective working relationships with host authorities, international partners (5CC/EU) and UK partners to support the delivery of crime and intelligence objectives. Lead on the exchange of actionable intelligence with local law enforcement partners and counterparts in other Diplomatic missions to identify and mitigate threats to the UK border. Representing the Home Office Office professionally, developing effective relationships with the wider embassy and key external partners.

What We Do:

  • Immigration Enforcement International (IEI) operates to prevent illegal immigration and disrupt the organised immigration crime groups behind it, supporting both the Immigration Enforcement mission and the Home Office purpose. We have staff deployed to approximately 33 locations across the world.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

We deliver this by:

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  • Providing intelligence support to the UK visa operation, supporting UKVI to take an increasingly global approach to risk streaming built on the analysis of objective data and enhanced with local risk indicators
  • Working with carriers around the world to reduce the threat of inadequately documented arrivals (IDAs) reaching the UK by air
  • Developing intelligence packages related to the visa or air threat for subsequent criminal investigations and prosecutions.

What We Want From You?:

  • In order to meet Home Office security requirements, we need to recruit a new ILO from either the UK/US/Canada/Australia/NZ or the EU where they have a footprint in their home country.
  • We need the ILO to have excellent interpersonal skills that they can use strategically to build relationships with key partners to assist Immigration Enforcement in delivering their objectives. Face to face work is a fundamental part of the job, as is the delivery of training, so the successful candidate should be prepared to do public speaking.
  • The role of ILO is extremely varied. The challenge with all IEI work is to deliver both the reactive elements such as air calls and requests for support from visa section, as well as the pro-active elements such as intelligence research and liaison with stakeholders. As such, ILOs need be able to manage very challenging workloads, deliver at pace and be flexible in support of business aims. Once trained, the successful candidate should be able to work towards objectives with minimal supervision

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Essential Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • Computer literate with Microsoft desktop functions (e.g. Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Explorer) at a level where you can: create, use and interrogate complex templates, tables, data-sets on Home Office and FCDO IT platforms
  • Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
  • A high level of written and spoken English with the ability to write high quality reports and briefings.
  • Strong organisational and time management skills.
  • An ability to work under pressure with minimal supervision.

Desirable qualifications, skills and experience:

  • Previous immigration, law enforcement and/or analytical or investigation experience would be an advantage.

Required behaviours:

  • Making Effective Decisions, Managing a Quality Service, Delivering at Pace, Communicating and Influencing.

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Other Benefits and Conditions of Employment

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Security Restrictions:
Owing to security clearance requirements, only nationals of the following countries are eligible to apply:

  • UK or other EU country, Canada, Australia, USA, New Zealand.
  • British citizens must have been resident in the UK for at least two of the previous 10 years. However, applications will be considered from candidates working overseas for HM Government in the past ten years or who already hold adequate security clearance.

Salary
N573,296.78 monthly.

Application Closing Date
26th May, 2022.

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How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

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Note

  • Please check your application carefully before you submit, as no changes can be made once submitted.
  • The British Deputy High Commission in Lagos is an equal opportunities employer, dedicated to inclusivity, a diverse workforce and valuing difference.
  • Employees recruited locally by the British Deputy High Commission in Lagos are subject to Terms and Conditions of Service according to local employment law in Nigeria.
  • Spouses/registered partners of UK Based Staff are able to work within the BDHC but their salary will be abated at the appropriate tax rates.
  • All candidates must be legally able to work and reside in the country of the vacancy with the correct visa/work permit status or demonstrate eligibility to obtain the relevant permit.
  • The responsibility lies on the successful candidate to Obtain the relevant permit; Pay fees for the permit; Make arrangements to relocate; Meet the costs to relocation
  • The British Deputy High Commission does not sponsor visas/work permits except where it may be local practice to do so.
  • Employees who are not liable to pay local income tax on their Mission salary may have their salaries reduced by the equivalent local income tax amount.
  • Information about the Civil Service Success Profiles can be found on this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/success-profiles
  • Please note:  AA=A1, AO=A2, EO=B3, HEO=C4, SEO=C5
  • Reference checking and security clearances will be conducted 
  • The British High Commission will never request any payment or fees to apply for a position.

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Job Title: CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme Lead, SEO (10/22 ABJ)

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Location: Abuja
Job Category: Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (Policy & Political roles)
Job Subcategory: CSSF (Conflict, Stability and Security Fund)
Grade: Senior Executive Officer (SEO)
Type of Position: Fixed Term
Duration of Post: 24 months
Start Date: 27 June 2022

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Main Purpose of Job

  • The Conflict, Security and Stability Fund (CSSF) Nigeria Team, British High Commission Abuja, is looking for a Programme Lead to guide delivery of a new CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme.  The CSSF is an FCDO managed global cross-HMG fund which brings together the UK’s contribution to stability, security and defence activities in countries at risk of instability.
  • The CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme is a new two-year programme, totalling £2m split between ODA and non-ODA, supporting increased defence, police and security capacities, access to justice and advocacy through civil society organisations, and women’s meaningful participation in advocacy and decision making.
  • The job holder will be responsible for oversight and delivery of the CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme, shaping the programme as it seeks to respond to deteriorating security, increasing violence in northwest Nigeria, and political, economic and social grievances which combine to put massive pressure on the Nigerian security forces and are resulting in a deterioration in the lives of millions of people living in affected areas.
  • This is an challenging opportunity to shape and deliver a new programme in a rapidly changing context. The job holder will report to the Head of CSSF Nigeria, ensuring the programme is more than the sum of its parts. The successful applicant will be experienced in delivering programmes in fragile contexts and able to support in a challenging operating environment to ensure the CSSF is delivering impact and evolving in line with a shifting security context. The programme sits within a nine person core programme team based in BHC Abuja.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Roles and Responsibilities / What will the Jobholder be expected to Achieve?
The post-holder will be responsible and accountable for:

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  • Overseeing the delivery of the £2m CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme and acting as project SRO for one or more projects. Ensuring the programme fully reflects NSC strategic objectives and adapts to the rapidly changing conflict context on the ground, setting strategic direction for the programme and developing new projects;
  • Reporting to the country board, supporting agenda setting and ensuring timely decision-making to enable programme delivery;
  • Building CSSF relationships across WH targeting all departments (MOD, FCDO and NCA) to ensure the programme ties integrally into HMG thinking on Nigeria. Working closely with delivery partners (MOD, OCSM and external implementers) to ensure coherent, compliant and strategic programme delivery;
  • Overseeing robust monitoring and evaluation of the programme, including coordinating quarterly reporting and the relevant annual review and contributing to risk management through a regular production of context analysis and support with monthly review and update of risk registers, in compliance with CSSF guidelines;
  • Line management of HEO CSSF Programme Manager;
  • Supporting wider HMG objectives in Nigeria including crisis management planning, relevant political reporting and senior/ministerial visits. British High Commission Recent Job Openings
  • The postholder will need to build strong relationships with security and stabilisation institutions across Nigeria to understand the rapidly changing context and ensure our programming adapts to the situation and feeds into policy development. The postholder will be required to operate in an agile and innovative way with a strong emphasis on collaborating and partnering both within HMG and across the international community.
  • The postholder will be responsible for the compliancy and good governance of the programme, working to improve its conflict and gender sensitivity – including compliance with the International Development Gender Equality Act (2014), and supporting CSSF ambitions to achieve the UK’s Women, Peace and Security objectives”.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Resources Managed (staff and expenditure):

  • Staff – line management of HEO Programme Manager, Expenditure – oversight of £2m programme

Essential Qualifications, Skills and Experience  

  • Qualification: A Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience developing, managing, and adapting programmes in fragile contexts
  • A proactive approach to problem-solving and spotting new opportunities, with an appetite to work with others to simplify and improve processes
  • Strong stakeholder management including across multiple locations, and experience working with governments, multilaterals, other development partners and civil society organisations.
  • Experience in programme compliance including M&E and results frameworks, due diligence assessments, and risk management.

Desirable Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • Conflict advisory experience / experience working on conflict and security
  • Experience working in Central/West African countries.
  • Ability to apply political and institutional analysis and use this to influence strategic planning and programming decisions.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Required Behaviours:

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  • Changing and Improving, Delivering at Pace, Working Together.

Other Benefits and Conditions of Eemployment  
Learning and development opportunities (and any specific training courses to be completed):

There are a wealth of L&D opportunities available, including:

  • Programme and financial management e.g. PRINCE II;
  • Additional conflict, security, CSSF and stabilisation training; (i.e. gender sensitivity, conflict sensitivity, adaptive programming, security and justice programming);
  • Additional formal development opportunities, including the Global Leadership Development programme and the Diplomatic Academy, as well as attending CSSF development conferences both in the region & globally.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Salary
NGN 1,266,591.88 monthly.

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Application Closing Date
20th May, 2022.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

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Note

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  • Please check your application carefully before you submit, as no changes can be made once submitted.
  • Employees recruited locally by the British High Commission in Abuja are subject to Terms and Conditions of Service according to local employment law in Nigeria.
  • All candidates must be legally able to work and reside in the country of the vacancy with the correct visa/work permit status or demonstrate eligibility to obtain the relevant permit.
  • The responsibility lies on the successful candidate to:
    • Obtain the relevant permit
    • Pay fees for the permit
    • Make arrangements to relocate
    • Meet the costs to relocation.
  • Employees who are not liable to pay local income tax on their Mission salary may have their salaries reduced by the equivalent local income tax amount.
  • Information about the Civil Service Success Profiles can be found on this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/success-profiles
  • Please note:  AA=A1, AO=A2, EO=B3, HEO=C4, SEO=C5
  • Reference checking and security clearances will be conducted on successful candidates.
  • The British High Commission will never request any payment or fees to apply for a position.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Job Title: CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme Manager, HEO

Job ID: 12/22ABJ
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Grade: Higher Executive Officer (HEO)
Duration of Post: 24 months
Start Date: 27th June 2022
Type of Post: British High Commission
Type of Position: Fixed Term
Job Category: Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (Policy & Political roles)
Job Subcategory: CSSF (Conflict, Stability and Security Fund)

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Job Description (Roles and Responsibilities)

  • The Conflict, Security and Stability Fund (CSSF) Nigeria Team, British High Commission Abuja, is looking for a Programme Manager to support delivery of a new CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme.
  • The CSSF is an FCDO managed global cross-HMG fund which brings together the UK’s contribution to stability, security and defence activities in countries at risk of instability.
  • The CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme is a new two-year programme, totalling £2m split between ODA and non-ODA, supporting increased defence, police and security capacities, access to justice and advocacy through civil society organisations, and women’s meaningful participation in advocacy and decision making.
  • The job holder will support the management and delivery of the CSSF Nigeria Stability Programme, which seeks to respond to deteriorating security, increasing violence in northwest Nigeria, and political, economic and social grievances which combine to put massive pressure on the Nigerian security forces and are resulting in a deterioration in the lives of millions of people living in affected areas.
  • The job holder will also initially support a strand of Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration (DDR) work under the CSSF Lake Chad Basin Programme.
  • This is an challenging opportunity to contribute to a new programme in a rapidly changing context.
  • The job holder will report to the Nigeria Stability Programme Lead to ensure the effective delivery of the programme.
  • The successful applicant will be experienced in delivering programmes in fragile contexts and able to support in a challenging operating environment  to ensure the CSSF is delivering impact and evolving in line with a shifting security context.
  • The programme sits within a 9-person core programme team based in BHC Abuja.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Roles and Responsibilities
The post-holder will be responsible and accountable for:

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  • Programme management of the Nigeria Stability Programme, supporting the Nigeria Stability Programme Lead to ensure that the programme fully reflects National Security Council strategic objectives and is compliant with CSSF rules
  • Building strong relationships with implementing partners and working closely to ensure coherent, compliant and strategic programme delivery
  • Effective management of the programme’s financial resources to achieve VFM, transparency and accountability, throughout the project cycles and in compliance with CSSF rules
  • Supporting robust monitoring and evaluation of the programme, organising quarterly reporting and performance management through regular communication with implementing partners and supporting annual reviews;
  •  Management of programme risk registers and support to development of risk management strategies, identifying and escalating programme risks to the NSP Lead
  •  Supporting monthly and quarterly reviews of programme documents and ensuring strong data/information management across the programme
  •  Providing cross-team support to deliver the CSSF Nigeria team’s wider objectives.
  • The post-holder will need to build strong relationships with security and stabilisation institutions across Nigeria to understand the rapidly changing context and ensure our programming adapts to the situation and feeds into policy development.
  • The post-holder will be required to operate in an agile and innovative way with a strong emphasis on collaborating and partnering both within HMG and across the international community.
  • The post holder will be responsible for the compliancy and good governance of the programme, working to improve its conflict and gender sensitivity – including compliance with the International Development Gender Equality Act (2014), and supporting CSSF ambitions to achieve the UK’s Women, Peace and Security objectives. More information on the CSSF can be found in the latest CSSF Annual Report.

British High Commission Recent Job Openings

Resources Managed (Staff and Expenditure):

  • Staff – N/A, Expenditure – support oversight of £2m programme.

Essential Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • Qualification: a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience managing and adapting programmes in fragile contexts, including an understanding of financial management
  • Strong stakeholder management including across multiple locations, and experience working with governments, multilaterals, other development partners and civil society organisations
  • Strong organisational skills and ability to prioritise a varied workload
  • A proactive approach to problem-solving and spotting new opportunities, with an appetite to work with others to simplify and improve processes

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Desirable Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

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  • Experience working in Central/West African countries
  • Experience in programme compliance including M&E and results frameworks, due diligence assessments, and risk management

Required Behaviours:

  • Changing and Improving, Delivering at Pace, Working Together

Other Benefits and Conditions of Employment
Learning and development opportunities (and any specific training courses to be completed):
There are a wealth of L&D opportunities available, including:

  • Programme and financial management e.g. PRINCE II;
  • Additional conflict, security, CSSF and stabilisation training; (i.e. gender sensitivity, conflict sensitivity, adaptive programming, security and justice programming);
  • Additional formal development opportunities, including the Global Leadership Development programme and the Diplomatic Academy, as well as attending CSSF development conferences both in the region & globally.

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www.immigrationrecruitment.org | NIS Recruitment Application Form Portal 2023/2024

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www.immigrationrecruitment.org | NIS Recruitment Application Form Portal 2023/2024 – The portal for Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Recruitment is open and out for all interested persons to apply or register using the guidelines provided in this article. Kindly use the application link immigrationrecruitment.org to apply successfully.

www.immigrationrecruitment.org | NIS Recruitment Application Form Portal 2023/2024

Applications are hereby invited from suitable qualified persons for full time appointments to the following positions in the Nigeria Immigration Service:

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Positions available for recruitment in Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Recruitment Application Form 2022

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1.) Assistant Inspector of Immigration (All)

Location: Nigeria

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2.) Inspector of Immigration (II), CONPASS 07 Professionals (Nurse)

Location: Nigeria

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3.) Senior Inspector of Immigration (SII), CONPASS 08 Professionals (Nurse)

Location: Nigeria

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4.) Senior Inspector of Immigration (SII), General Duty

Location: Nigeria

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5.) Assistant Superintendent of Immigration II (ASI-2) General Duty

Location: Nigeria

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6.) Deputy Superintendent of Immigration (DSI) Professional, (Pharmacist)

Location: Nigeria

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7.) Superintendent of Immigration (SI) – CONPASS 11 Professional (Doctors)

Location: Nigeria

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8.) Immigration Assistant III (1A-3) – CONPASS 03 General Duty

Location: Nigeria

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9.) Immigration Assistant III (IA-3) – Artisans and Driver / Mechanic

Location: Nigeria

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How to apply for NIS, Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment Application Form 2023

Closing Date for NIS, Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment Application Form 2023

Application Closing Date is 31st July, 2023.

Note: Application for NIS Recruitment is FREE

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Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment 2023/2024 | NIS Application Form Portal

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Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment 2023 portal is currently open for online application. The NIS recruitment form can be accessed via the Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment website.

The Nigeria Immigration Service is set to recruit 5000 personnel and you can be among the recruited persons if you have all the necessary credentials.

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The Nigeria Immigration Service has announced its 2023 recruitment exercise. Applications are hereby invited from eligible Nigerians for commission into the Nigeria Immigration Service, the application is open to all civilians.

However, serving military or paramilitary personnel sponsored by any of the Services of the Nigerian Armed Forces to civil institutions shall be considered.

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In this article, we will reveal all you need to know about the starting and NIS recruitment closing date. We have provided detailed information and guidelines that will assist you in your application process.

Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment 2023

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These include the available job vacancies for graduates and non-graduates, qualifications, entry requirements for interested and experienced applicants, as well as steps on how to apply for the Nigeria Immigration Service 2023 recruitment exercise via the www.immigrationrecruitment.org.ng portal without any hindrance. So read on to see how to apply and fill out the NIS registration form 2023 below.

The NIS recruitment 2023/2024 has commenced. This web page covers vital areas regarding the Nigeria Immigration recruitment process and how to login and fill the Nigeria Immigration application form online through the official NIS recruitment website 2023.

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The Nigeria Immigration Service is one of the best federal government jobs in Nigeria. Before applying for the ongoing Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment, please make sure that you are what you said you are. Have all the necessary credentials.

Please note that TopNigerianJobs doesn’t have any influence on the ongoing Nigeria Immigration recruitment process. What we provide is the necessary information you need to be selected. We have outlined the steps, requirements, and guidelines that will guide you to a successful application.

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Warning!

Beware of fraudulent calls and job promises. Also, the application form is free. Do not pay anyone who claims he will help you get this job.

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Nigeria Immigration Recruitment Form Portal 2023

We wish to inform the general public that the Nigeria Immigration recruitment portal 2023 is currently open for application. The Nigeria Immigration Service invites interested and qualified persons who wish to build and advance their careers at the Nigeria Immigration Service to submit an application.

The Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment form 2023 can be accessed via the official recruitment portal. Interested applicants are advised to apply for the recruitment only through the official NIS registration portal.

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Job vacancies at the Nigeria Immigration Service are for degree and non-degree holders. All you need to apply is an active email account and your phone number alongside relevant qualifications.

We will show you everything you need to know about the recruitment process and how to apply and fill the NIS recruitment form successfully without any hindrance.

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So whether you are a degree holder or not, there are lots of opportunities to join the Nigeria Immigration Service. If you are interested in the ongoing 2023 Nigeria Immigration recruitment, then this is the time to take action.

But before submitting an application, there are certain requirements you must meet to prove you are fit and ready to be put through the NIS screening exercise thereby increasing your chances of being recruited. Below are the requirements. Note that job title varies and not all vacant positions require having a degree.

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General Requirements for NIS Recruitment 2023/2024

Take note of the following requirements;

  • Applicant must be a Nigerian Citizen
  • Strong team spirit and excellent analytical skills
  • Free from debt and no form of financial embarrassment
  • Computer literacy is an added advantage
  • Must pass drugs test
  • NYSC Discharge Certificate/ Exemption letter
  • Candidates with bad criminal records will not be accepted
  • The candidate’s height must not be less than 1.65m for males and 1.60m for females.
  • Interested candidates must have good communication skills
  • Must possess a minimum of Five Credits in no more than two sittings in West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE), National Examination Council (NECO), and General Certificate of Education (GCE). Credit in English is compulsory
  • Interested applicants must be of good behavior and composure
  • HND, B.Sc, NCE, or an OND certificate in any related field, and from a recognized University
  • All candidates must have a valid means of identification such as a valid driver license, National Identification Card, International passport, Voters card
  • Must be willing to work in a new environment
  • Interested applicants must be physically, mentally fit
  • Interested applicants must not be over 35 years

How to Apply for the Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment 2023/2024

To apply for the ongoing NIS recruitment, follow the steps below:

  • Click Here To Start Your Application
  • Access the Jobs and Careers section on the website
  • Click on the available vacancies
  • Read and follow the instructions carefully
  • Register with a valid E-mail account
  • Provide all the necessary information
  • Verify all your information
  • Submit your application

Candidates are advised to print out referees and security Clarence and complete it for submission during screening. Once successful, your name will appear on the NIS shortlist and you will be contacted via your registered e-mail address and be scheduled for the next phase of the recruitment process, leading eventually to an exciting career with the agency.

The deadline for the Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment 2023/2024 registration has not been officially announced. We will let you know once it is disclosed. Keep visiting this website regularly if you want to be notified regarding the latest update.

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Latest Nigeria Immigration Recruitment News 2023

From time to time, we publish the latest news regarding the Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment exercise on this portal, so if you wish to stay updated, keep visiting this website regularly.

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The African Union (AU) Recent Job Openings: The African Union (AU) is a continental body consisting of the 55 member states that make up the countries of the African Continent. It was officially launched in 2002 as a successor to the Organization of African Unity (OAU, 1963-1999). We are an Integrated, Prosperous and Peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

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Job Title: Legal Officer – Protection (ACHPR)

Requisition ID: 1585
Location: Banjul, Gambia
Reports to: Senior Legal Officer – Protection
Directorate: African Commission on Human and People’s Rights ACHPR
Division : Legal
Contract Type: Regular
Job Grade: P2

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Purpose of Job

  • Provide support to the Senior Legal Officers responsible for protection activities in all the stages involved in complaints handling and provide technical assistance to Commissioners in the execution of their protection mandate

Main Functions

  • Complain handling on assigned Communications
  • Contributes to the development of policies and strategies
  • Coordinates the implementation of programmes and plans of special mechanism  under the ACHPR
  • Liaise with stakeholders including Member States, Regional Economic Communities (RECs), etc on relevant matters.
  • Conducts analysis and generates accurate reports in a timely manner for the ACHPR’s internal use
  • Assists in setting the overall research direction of a relevant policy area
  • Is responsible for the delegation and execution of defined research areas
  • Participates in the organisation of relevant meetings, congresses and conferences with stakeholders.
  • Drafts reports and participates in the preparation of budget and work programmes related to the Unit
  • Provides technical support to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Provides support in the development of special mechanisms Strategies in line with the approved Strategic Plan
  • Undertakes monitoring activities and delivers periodic reports on time
  • Liaises with the various Departments/Units of the Commission for coordination and alignment purposes

Specific Responsibilities
Working under the Senior Legal Officer -Protection, provides support in the following areas:

  • Create awareness regarding the Communications procedure;
  • Monitor human rights situation in Africa and provide regular feedback and updates on the human rights situation in Africa;
  • Undertake research into the legal issues raised in the various communications and the provisions of the Charter;
  • Contribute articles to the African Commission’s Review and Newsletter;
  • Draft resolutions and recommendations on Communications, cover the sessions and meetings of the African Commission and prepare the reports;
  • Formulates  principles and rules aimed at solving human rights issues arising in the thematic areas covered by the various Special Mechanisms
  • Manages requests by member states for information and support
  • Contributes to legal or policy analyses and publications
  • Promotes the integration of legal work across the regional programs and particularly in the regional offices
  • Develops and implements capacity building and training programs
  • Contributes to standard-setting, through participating in meetings, drafting work and promoting international standards
  • Participates in the organization of relevant meetings, congresses and conferences with stakeholders
  • Provides support to the Special Rapporteurs and the Working Groups in discharging their responsibilities, and follow-up on recommendations
  • Drafts urgent Appeals, Advisory notes, Guidelines, Information notes, Position/Conference/Meeting papers for the Commissioners
  • Provides technical backstopping to Special Mechanisms through research and documentation
  • Provides interface with, and logistical support for interaction with Member States, Regional Economic Communities, organs of the AU  and other stakeholders
  • Performs any other relevant duties as may be directed or required.

Academic Requirements and Relevant Experience

  • Must hold Master’s Degree in Law from an accredited university with a minimum of two (2) years’ relevant work experience

OR

  • Must hold Bachelor’s Degree in Law from an accredited university with a minimum of five (5) years’ relevant work experience.

Required Skills:

  • Analytical skills
  • Ability to work across business units / geographies; cultural sensitive environment
  • Proficiency in one of the AU Official working Language is the Requirement
  • Knowledge of any one of the other AU officials working languages will be considered as an advantage.

Leadership Competencies:

  • Change Management.
  • Managing Risk.

Core Competencies:

  • Teamwork and Collaboration.
  • Accountability awareness and Compliance.
  • Learning Orientation.
  • Communicating with Influence.

Functional Competencies:

  • Analytical thinking and problem solving.
  • Job Knowledge and information sharing.
  • Drive for result.
  • Continuous improvement focus.

Tenure of Appointment

  • The appointment will be made on a regular term contract for a period of three (3) years, of which the first twelve months shall be considered as a probationary period.
  • Thereafter, the contract will be for a period of two years renewable, subject to satisfactory performance and deliverables.

Gender Mainstreaming

  • The AU Commission is an equal opportunity employer and qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Languages:

  • Proficiency in one of the AU working languages (Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish) and fluency in another AU language is an added advantage

Remuneration
Indicative basic salary of US$  31,073.00 (P2 Step1) per annum plus other related entitlements e.g. Post adjustment ( 46% of basic salary), Housing allowance US$  15,897.60  (per annum), and education allowance (100% of tuition and other education-related expenses for every eligible dependent up to a maximum of US$ 10,000.00 per child per annum), for internationally recruited staff and a maximum of $3,300 per child per annum for locally recruited staff.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Application Deadline  26th January, 2023.

Note

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  • Only candidates who have met all the requirements of the post and have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
  • Only applications registered online with a complete curriculum vitae (CV) attached will be considered.
  • The Africa Union is an equal-opportunity employer, and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply

Job Title: Security Officer (AfCFTA)

Requisition ID: 1605
Location: Accra, Ghana
Contract Type: Regular
Job Grade: P2
Division: Administration and Human Resources Management
Number of Direct Reports: 0
Number of Indirect Reports: 0
Reports to: Head of Administration and Human Resources Management Division
Directorate/Department: Administration and Human Resources Management (AfCFTA)

Purpose of Job

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  • Ensure the security of the AfCFTA Assets and also the security and safety of all the officials, staffs and delegates working or visiting the AfCFTA Secretariat

Main Functions

  • Coordinate with the host country all security aspects of the AfCFTA
  • Monitor the state of security at local, national and regional level and inform the management
  • Ensure the security of all assets and proprieties of the organisation
  • Manage the safety and security of the officials, staffs and delegates

Specific Responsibilities

  • Monitor and research on the state of the security.
  • Monitor the state of security preparedness.
  • Update “security information system”
  • Establish regular contacts taking reports and analyzing developments regarding security.
  • Research current collateral security information from media, from the field and other sources on a daily basis.
  • Analyze accumulated information and maintain a continuous picture of evolving local, national and regional events affecting the security of staff
  • Monitor predictive indicators and early warning type information.
  • Identify security, crime, political and military trends that would increase risk to staff.
  • Coordinate the draft of periodic and incidental reports.
  • Supervise the draft of a daily security developments report.
  • Prepare first draft briefs, notes, reports, studies and recommendation on critical issues of interest to senior management decision-making.
  • Follow up on the accumulation of data input for period trend reports.
  • Review first draft after-action reports following all incidents.
  • Monitor security-related preparedness and compliance of the organ.
  • Monitor the security planning and preparedness.
  • Determine if the appropriate equipment and resources are on hand to implement a Security Plan, particularly vehicles and emergency communication systems.
  • Check that the information contained in Security Plan has been properly distributed to all staff and that key individuals are aware of and capable of performing all required actions.
  • Undertake or participate in security missions, as required, including high risk, to perform security assessments.
  • Perform any other duties as directed by supervisor(s)

Academic Requirements and Relevant Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Security Studies or related studies and Police or Military Studies with 5 years’ relevant experience.

Or

  • Master’s Degree in Security Studies or related studies with 2 years experience.
    Supervisory experience not mandatory but an added advantage

Required Skills:

  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment.
  • Ability to work independently to meet critical and competing deadlines (multi-tasking), to produce high quality work in short timeframes.
  • Excellent interpersonal/teamwork skills.
  • Must be computer literate with a working knowledge of common computer applications and systems.
  • Excellent drafting, reporting, communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong program/project management skills.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Excellent planning and organizing skills.
  • Ability to liaise with a diverse range of people and stakeholders.
  • Proficiency in one of the African Union working languages. Proficiency of two or more of the other working language(s) would be an added value.
  • Applicants must be proficient in one of the African Union working languages (Arabic, English, French, Portuguese or Spanish). Knowledge of one more or several other working languages would be an added advantage.

Leadership Competencies:

  • Strategic Insight
  • Developing Others
  • Change Management
  • Managing Risk

Core Competencies:

  • Teamwork and Collaboration..
  • Accountable and Complies with Rules..
  • Learning Orientation

Functional Competencies:

  • Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Job Knowledge and information sharing
  • Drive for Results
  • Continuous Improvement Focus

Tenure of Appointment:

  • The appointment will be made on a regular term contract for a period of three (3) years, of which the first twelve months shall be considered as a probationary period.
  • Thereafter, the contract will be for a period of two years renewable, subject to satisfactory performance and deliverables.

Gender Mainstreaming:

  • The AU Commission is an equal opportunity employer and qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Remuneration

  • Indicative basic salary of US$31,073.00 (P2 Step1) per annum plus other related entitlements e.g. Post adjustment ( 57% of basic salary), Housing allowance US$ 21,832.68 (per annum), and education allowance (100% of tuition and other education-related expenses for every eligible dependent up to a maximum of US$ 10,000.00 per child per annum), for internationally recruited staff and a maximum of $3,300 per child per annum for locally recruited staff.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

Application Deadline  26th January, 2023.

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Note

  • Only candidates who have met all the requirements of the post and have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
  • Only applications registered online with a complete curriculum vitae (CV) attached will be considered.
  • The Africa Union is an equal opportunity employer and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply

Job Title: Senior Public Relations and Information Officer (ACHPR)

Requisition ID: 1583
Location: Banjul, Gambia
Reports to: Executive Secretary to the Commission
Directorate: African Commission on Human and People’s Rights ACHPR
Number of Direct Reports: 2
Number of Indirect Reports: 1
Contract Type: Regular
Job Grade: P3

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Purpose of Job

  • To ensure that the public is properly informed of the work of the Commission and that the message and work of the Commission is properly communicated to the outside world.

Main Functions

  • Provide strategic guidance on the communication activities of ACHPR including coordination, advocacy and communication strategies, planning and implementation
  • Provide technical and intellectual support in the management of various elements related to the area of expertise
  • Provide support to the implementation of initiatives related to area of specialization;
  • Assist in the organization of thematic networks, make contributions during consultations and meetings
  • Contribute in development of materials and provide necessary training and support to Organization Units as required.
  • Provide technical guidance on matters relating to system review and implementation project in area of specialization, as required.
  • Provide leadership guidance to the ICT Officer and Documentation Officer
  • Provide advocacy, communication and social mobilization support to ACHPR projects and activities to promote Information sharing and Communication.
  • Identify best practices and monitor effectiveness of the Office’s support to AU.
  • Assist in the development of the strategies and business continuity plan and contribute to their implementation
  • Contribute to development of guidelines, policies and manuals that can guide programmes, system improvement initiatives and overall decision making by higher management in the respective area of expertise.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Working under the Executive Secretary to the Commission, Leads in the following areas:
  • Increase awareness and raise the visibility of ACHPR in the media, thereby positioning the Organization to be recognized as the key Human Rights Organ of the African Union.
  • Position ACHPR as a central actor in national public opinion, developing a close relationship with the media, through its editors, journalists and columnists, among others, so ACHPR activities have continental and global visibility.
  • Promote the organization’s mandate and areas of work guided by the ACHPR’s Strategic Plan and Communications Strategy.
  • Foster greater information and knowledge exchange with key stakeholders, State Parties, NHRI’s and NGOs and Civil Society in the Human Rights sector.
  • Participate in workshops, meetings, trainings scheduled and conducted by the ACHPR or its stakeholders and prepare communication products on same, as appropriate
  • Manage the ACHPR’s Social Media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube) and develop and solicit content from Legal Officers and Commissioners as necessary to update posts in the accounts.
  • Ensure the website of the ACHPR by updating with all relevant articles and press releases generated
  • Develop and publish monthly, quarterly or biannual newsletter covering important news, activities and updates from Commissioners activities.
  • Revise, edit texts and/or documents to be published using relevant ACHPR guidelines
  • Create visual products and design graphic products as needed for the representation using ACHPR guidelines
  • Disseminate results of programs, projects and activities undertaken by Commissioners to relevant partners as requested
  • Ensure regular communication and updates with the National Correspondents on the continent to promote the activities of the ACHPR.
  • Reinforce the internal communication of the ACHPR, including conducting or organising communications related training for staff, as relevant
  • Prepare communication material such as press releases and social media posts on ACHPR’s work on the continent to disseminate in the media and social media platforms

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Academic Requirements and Relevant Experience

  • Must hold Master’s Degree in Communications, International Relations, Human Rights, Public Relations, or related field from an accredited university with seven (7) relevant years’ experience within a human rights framework, preferably in a regional, continental or international organisation, with three (3) years at supervisor level.

OR

  • Must hold Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, International Relations, Public Relations, or Journalism from an accredited university with ten (10) years’ experience, out of which three (3) years should be at supervisory level, in a similar role preferably in a regional, continental or international organisation.

Required Skills:

  • Must be computer literate with a working knowledge of common computer applications and systems; Excellent drafting, reporting, communication and presentation skills
  • Experience in planning and implementing campaigns/strategies, including involving digital communications is required.
  • Concentration, accuracy, and ability to work under minimum supervision and under pressure
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to organize and work under pressure in a multi-cultural environment
  • Respect for confidentiality and good public relations
  • Demonstrable knowledge of international organizations
  • Ability to work across business units / geographies; culturally sensitive environment
  • Applicants must be proficient in one of the African Union working languages (Arabic, English, French, Portuguese or Spanish).
  • Knowledge of one more or several other working languages would be an added advantage
  • Prior demonstrated relevant experience in strategic communication, digital content creation and information dissemination
  • Previous work with an international organization preferred
  • Knowledge of the African Union policies and procedures
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to prepare legal submissions and opinions

Leadership Competencies:

  • Strategic Insight..
  • Developing Others..
  • Change Management..
  • Managing Risk…

Core Competencies:

  • Building Relationship…
  • Foster Accountability Culture…
  • Learning Orientation…
  • Communicating with Influence…

Functional Competencies:

  • Conceptual thinking…
  • Job Knowledge and information sharing…
  • Drive for result…
  • Continuous improvement orientation…

Tenure of Appointment:

  • The appointment will be made on a regular term contract for a period of three (3) years, of which the first twelve months shall be considered as a probationary period. Thereafter, the contract will be for a period of two years renewable, subject to satisfactory performance and deliverables.

Gender Mainstreaming:

  • The AU Commission is an equal opportunity employer and qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Languages:

  • Proficiency in one of the AU working languages (Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish) and fluency in another AU language is an added advantage.

Remuneration

  • Indicative basic salary of US$ 37,453.00 (P3 Step1) per annum plus other related entitlements e.g. Post adjustment ( 46% of basic salary), Housing allowance US$ 15,897.60 (per annum), and education allowance (100% of tuition and other education-related expenses for every eligible dependent up to a maximum of US$ 10,000.00 per child per annum), for internationally recruited staff and a maximum of $3,300 per child per annum for locally recruited staff.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

Application Deadline  26th January, 2023.

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Note

  • Only candidates who have met all the requirements of the post and have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
  • Only applications registered online with a complete curriculum vitae (CV) attached will be considered.
  • The Africa Union is an equal opportunity employer and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply

Job Title: Deputy Secretary General (AfCFTA)

Requisition ID: 1603
Location: Accra, Ghana
Reports to: Secretary General – AfCFTA
Directorate / Department: Office of the Deputy Secretary General (AfCFTA)
Number of Direct Reports: 8
Number of Indirect Reports: 4
Job Grade: D2
Contract Type: Regular

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Purpose of Job

  • To coordinate the performance and delivery of the AfCFTA Secretariat programmes and ensure high performance results and impact.
  • The Deputy Secretary general will assist and deputize the Secretary General in delivering his/her mandate.

Main Functions

  • Advise and support the Secretary General in the management of the Secretariat
  • Provide practical management and visionary leadership.
  • Facilitates the identification of top priorities for the senior leadership of the AfCFTA’s mandate.
  • Translates the senior leadership priorities into annual targets and goals and establishes a robust organization-wide framework for monitoring and tracking progress.
  • Provides regular reports to the Secretary General on portfolio and Service delivery.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Monitors and tracks progress in the delivery of the AfCFTA’s annual goals.
  • Ensure effective collaboration in program development with AfCFTA institutions, AU Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD), African Union Commission (AUC).
  • Cultivates a knowledge management culture through promotion of research and publications that will ensure knowledge sharing and transfer across the Commission; and;
  • Drives performance and delivery across the AfCFTA ’s senior management and inspires high performance, teamwork and delivery across the portfolio.
  • Collaborates with other members of the senior leadership team to ensure strategic coherence and overall synergy in the implementation of the AfCFTA programme and the delivery of high impact results for the continent.

Academic Requirements and Relevant Experience

  • Master’s Degree in International Trade, Public Administration, Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Law, Finance, Management. International Relations or a related field from a recognized institution with Fifteen (15) years of relevant professional experience with at least ten (10) years served in a senior management role preferably in an inter-governmental organization or national government/public service, international or regional institution, and a minimum of five (5) years of direct supervisory experience.

Required Skills:

  • Demonstrated leadership experience with strategic vision and proven skills in managing complex organizations at the national, regional or international level;
  • Demonstrated record of setting clear standards for accountability, probity, value for money and risk management and zero tolerance to fraud and corruption; for ensuring sound and transparent financial management; and delivering continuous improvement, impact, efficiency and effectiveness;
  • Demonstrated ability to lead a multi-cultural team and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization;
  • Proven ability to inspire, encourage, build trust and confidence and build consensus, stimulate effective campaigns and drive collective action among a broad spectrum of people and organizations.
  • Demonstrated intellectual leadership, creativity and proven ability to propose new ideas and lead on new ways of working across silos in a complementary and synergistic way for a prosperous and peaceful Africa;
  • Proven track record of change management and accomplishments at the regional, national or international level with strong resource mobilization, political and diplomatic skills;

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Leadership Competencies:

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  • Strategic Focus
  • Developing Organizational Capability
  • Change Leadership
  • Strategic Risk Management

Core Competencies:

  • Building Partnerships
  • Drives Accountability Culture
  • .Learning Orientation
  • Communicating with impact

Functional Competencies:

  • Conceptual Thinking
  • Job Knowledge and information sharing
  • Drive for Results
  • Fosters Innovation

 Tenure of Appointment

  • The appointment will be made on a regular term contract for a period of three (3) years, of which the first twelve months shall be considered as a probationary period.
  • Thereafter, the contract will be for a period of two years renewable, subject to satisfactory performance and deliverables.

Remuneration
Indicative basic salary of USD100,017.00 (D2 Step1) per annum plus other related entitlements e.g. Post adjustment ( 57% of basic salary), Housing allowance USD27,290.88.00 (per annum), and education allowance (100% of tuition and other education-related expenses for every eligible dependent up to a maximum of USD10,000.00 per child per annum), for internationally recruited staff and a maximum of $3,300 per child per annum for locally recruited staff.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

Application Deadline  26th Janauary, 2023.

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Note

  • Only candidates who have meet all the requirements of the post and have been shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.
  • Only applications registered online with a complete curriculum vitae (CV) attached will be considered.
  • The Africa Union is an equal-opportunity employer, and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Gender Mainstreaming: The AU Commission is an equal opportunity employer and qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply
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