The Nigeria Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board (CDCFIB) has announced the shortlist of 5,000 successful candidates for employment into the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps.
The long wait for the Nigerian Civil Defence (NSCDC) Final Shortlist released is now over, all you need to do is read to end.
The Secretary of the board, Mrs Aisha Rufai made the announcement during a press release on Thursday at the Civil Defence headquarters in Abuja.
Nigerian Civil Defence (NSCDC) Final Shortlist Released
Mrs Rufai made it known that the board had approved the final phase of the 2019 recruitment exercise, thereby informing all applicants to check the application portal respectively.
She mentioned that all screened applicants are to visit the portal: http://cdfipb.careers starting from January 17, 2022, to check their status for further information as it would only be accessible by successful candidates.
The Secretary however made it clear that the portal would not be accessible to candidates who had not been successfully shortlisted.
She mentioned the below:
“Applicants should check for their names, documentation location, guidelines for documentation exercise and print out their invitation slip without which they will not be allowed to participate in the exercise,” she said.
She said that the documentation exercise is to commence from Jan. 31, 2022, and is free.
NSCDC Commandant General, Dr Ahmed Abubakar Audi, who expressed that the recruitment was explicitly for 2019 candidates, said that after the documentation process, all successful applicants will be invited for training.
Audi said that a sum of 1,477,042 candidates applied in 2019 but needed to downsize to 746,762 when a few candidates didn’t get to meet the requirements needed in the job description.
“A total of 217,000 candidates successfully uploaded their certificates and were shortlisted for the Computer Based Assessment Test.
“Out of 113,105 candidates shortlisted, 53,116 sat for the CBT in December 2020 across the country and 6,500 were shortlisted for further screening,” he said.
According to the CG, the recruitment exercise lingered until 2022 due to the emergence of Covid-19 and the need for proper vetting of candidates.
“Recruitment is a process and it is not easy to vet over one million (1,000,000) people as vetting is very fundamental to the process and takes a longer time.“The vetting was environmental, institutional, and family-based,” he said.
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