Latest Federal Civil Service Commission Recruitment 2024/2025 – Application Form

Latest Federal Civil Service Commission Recruitment 2024/2025 – Application Form

The Nigerian Federal Civil Service Commission (FSCS) is a body that has the overall power to appoint and transfer civil servants. They also exercise disciplinary measures against all the actively employed civil servants.

To gain employment as a civil servant, you must be free of conviction for any crime; you must not have been gainfully employed by the commission; you must not have retired or be past the retirement age; and you must not have been asked to quit.

Federal Civil Servant Commission, Civil Servant

All civil servants, excluding the Chairman and Commissioner(s) are being controlled by the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation.

The body owes it to its staff to represent them at meetings of the Ministries, to conduct promotion interviews and exams, to ratify the promotion of civil servants to senior positions, to hear complaints on matters concerning appointment, query, and promotion, and to provide directions on appointment, discipline, and promotion schedules.

The headquarters of the Federal Civil Service Commission is located at 4 Abidjan Street, Wuse Zone 3, Abuja.

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Why Was the Federal Civil Service Commission Created?

  • The Body was created to manage the employment of fresh graduates in the Civil Service.
  • The Body manages the screening and examination of candidates who have been shortlisted.
  • They provide better, high-paying job opportunities.

Benefits Of the Commission

The majority of Nigerian citizens wish to work as civil servants because of the many benefits attached to it.

  • Firstly, the work schedule is flexible.
  • The security of a steady income.
  • The job availability in the commission is widespread. You can work as a civil servant no matter the sector you find yourself.
  • The retirement plan is quite attractive.
  • There are enticing benefits.
  • Even after you retire, you will have career opportunities available to you.

Vacancies Available in the Civil Service Commission

The following positions are available in the Civil Service Commission:

  1. Office of the Surveyor.
  2. Federal Ministry of Labor and Productivity.
  3. Federal Ministry of Information and Culture.
  4. Federal Ministry of Education.
  5. Office of the Auditor.
  6. Federal Ministry of Science and Technology.
  7. Federal Ministry of Power, Works, and Housing.
  8. Bureau of Public Procurement.
  9. Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  10. Federal Ministry of Finance.
  11. General of the Federation.
  12. Federal Ministry of Transport.

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Requirements For a Prospective Civil Servant – Federal Civil Service Commission.

  • You must be below 35 years at the time of application.
  • You must present your NYSC discharge certificate or an exemption letter from the NYSC.
  • You must not have been arrested for committing any crime.
  • You must be fluent in English and have good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • You should be physical and mental health must be in check.
  • You should have your BSc, HND, NCE, and OND certificates from an approved tertiary institution.
  • You must possess at least five Credits (C’s) in your WAEC, NECO, or GCE exams. Having a pass in English Language is necessary and the exam must have been written in one sitting.
  • You will need to present a valid and legal means of identification. This includes your National Identity Card, International Passport, current Voter’s card, and a valid Driver’s License.
  • Your CV or Resume should be updated to include your recent experience and academic achievements.
  • Having a working knowledge or experience in the position you are applying for is advantageous.
  • You must be computer literate.
  • You must possess excellent analytical skills, and the ability to meet deadlines and work as a team.
  • Make sure that all the information you have provided is correct. Falsified information or documents will attract disqualification.
  • Please note that the forms are free.

Procedure To Apply for The Federal Civil Service Commission

Follow this procedure to apply to be a civil servant at the Federal Civil Service Commission.

  • Click on the link https://www.fedcivilservice.gov.ng to visit the commission’s portal.
  • At the top right corner of the page, you will see a ‘vacancy’ button, click on it.
  • Scroll down through the available positions and select the position you are interested in.
  • Before you continue your application, make sure to read through the responsibilities and qualifications attached to the position you are applying for. This will enable you to know if you qualify.
  • When you are done, click on the ‘apply now’ button to commence your application.
  • Fill in the application form with the required personal information, educational qualifications, and past experiences.
  • Upload all the documents you are asked to submit.

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To apply offline:

  • Locate a Civil Service Commission in any of the listed Geo-political zones:

North-East (Yola)

North-West (Kaduna)

North-Central and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) at (Mabushi, Abuja)

South-East (Owerri)

South-West (Ibadan)

South-South (Port Harcourt)

  • Collect the FSCS recruitment forms from the chairman of that zone.
  • Fill out the form correctly and attach the required documents to it.
  • Then resubmit to the commission branch in that zone.

Salary Structure of the Federal Civil Service Commission

The lowest salary for a Federal Civil Service worker in Nigeria is N18,000. For fresh graduates, the average salary is N82,000 monthly. The salary range of those in grade 4 and above is N120,00 – N500,000. Please note that this is an estimate and not the exact amount.

Recruitment Locations for the Federal Civil Service Commission

The Federal Civil Service Commission is located in the thirty-six (36) states of the federation.

  1. Abia State Civil Service Recruitment.
  2. Adamawa State Civil Service Recruitment.
  3. Akwa Ibom State Civil Service Recruitment.
  4. Anambra State Civil Service Recruitment.
  5. Bauchi State Civil Service Recruitment.
  6. Bayelsa State Civil Service Recruitment.
  7. Benue State Civil Service Recruitment.
  8. Borno State Civil Service Recruitment.
  9. Cross River State Civil Service Recruitment.
  10. Delta State Civil Service Recruitment.
  11. Ebonyi State Civil Service Recruitment.
  12. Edo State Civil Service Recruitment.
  13. Ekiti State Civil Service Recruitment.
  14. Enugu State Civil Service Recruitment.
  15. Gombe State Civil Service Recruitment.
  16. Imo State Civil Service Recruitment.
  17. Jigawa State Civil Service Recruitment.
  18. Kaduna State Civil Service Recruitment.
  19. Kano State Civil Service Recruitment.
  20. Katsina State Civil Service Recruitment.
  21. Kebbi State Civil Service Recruitment.
  22. Kogi State Civil Service Recruitment.
  23. Kwara State Civil Service Recruitment.
  24. Lagos State Civil Service Recruitment.
  25. Nasarawa State Civil Service Recruitment.
  26. Niger State Civil Service Recruitment.
  27. Ogun State Civil Service Recruitment.
  28. Ondo State Civil Service Recruitment.
  29. Osun State Civil Service Recruitment.
  30. Oyo State Civil Service Recruitment.
  31. Plateau State Civil Service Recruitment.
  32. Rivers State Civil Service Recruitment.
  33. Sokoto State Civil Service Recruitment.
  34. Taraba State Civil Service Recruitment.
  35. Yobe State Civil Service Recruitment.
  36. Zamfara State Civil Service Recruitment.

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  • Chinaza

    This post is originally written by Chinaza C. Ifeanyichukwu, a Professional blog writer and Editor. She boasts of over a decade of expertise in the recruitment sector, Chinaza provides up-to-date information on jobs and recruitment topics, career opportunities, and breaking news. Ensure you visit the website constantly so as not to miss any new updates!!

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This post is originally written by Chinaza C. Ifeanyichukwu, a Professional blog writer and Editor. She boasts of over a decade of expertise in the recruitment sector, Chinaza provides up-to-date information on jobs and recruitment topics, career opportunities, and breaking news. Ensure you visit the website constantly so as not to miss any new updates!!

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