Apply Here for Federal Civil Service Commission Recruitment Portal - Registration Forms

This is to notify the general public that you can now Apply Here for the Federal Civil Service Commission Registration Portal at https://vacancy.fedcivilservice.gov.ng. Please see the job advert below;

THE PRESIDENCY
NO. 4 ABIDJAN STREET, WUSE ZONE 3, ABUJA

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT FOR VACANCIES IN THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE

The Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) wishes to announce vacancies in the following MDAs:

Federal Ministry of Education
Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity
Federal Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Federal Ministry of Information and Culture
Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing
Federal Minstry of Science and technology
Federal Ministrry of Transport
Office odf the Auditor General for the Federation
Office of the Suurvayor General of the Federation
Bureau of Public Procurement

Suitably qualified candidates with character and intergrity who are interested in making creer in the Federal Civil Sevice are invited to complete and submit application forms online on FCSC website - https//www.vacancy.fedcivilservice.gov.ng for any of the posts indicated in each of the mdAs.

For avoidance of doubt, completed/submission of application online is free and at no cost to applicants in line with the internation Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention

The completion/submission will run for six (6) weeeks  from the date of this publication.

Apply Here for FCSC Recruitment


VISION OF THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

To build a core of highly focused, disciplined, committed and patriotic Civil Service totally dedicated to supporting the Government in the development of a strong, united and virile Nigeria.

MISSION OF THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

In pursuit of the stated vision to meticulously apply extant rules and regulations in providing excellent, honest, fair and equitable service that shall remain the foundation of the fundamental principles governing human resource management in the Federal Civil Service.

BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

When Nigeria gained her independence in 1960 from the British Colonial Authority, the Public Service Commission was entrenched in the constitution of Nigeria to perform the function of appointments, promotion and discipline in the Public Service; particularly as Government business were organized under the departmental Establishments such as:- Public Works Department, Treasury Department, Forestry Department, Health Department, the Nigerian Railways, the Electricity Board, the Telecommunication Board and the Nigerian Harbour, to mention a few.

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

The Central Public Service Board was created sequel to the acceptance of the Nigerianisation Commission Report of 1st January, 1949. The main function of this board was to interview and recommend to the Governor-General, candidates from within and outside the service for appointment or promotion. The Board was made up of a Civil Service Commissioner, the Director of Education or his representative and one official representative of each of the Regional Boards. It was however, empowered to co-opt two additional members, if need be.

A caretaker Central Public Service Commission was constituted on 3rd May, 1952 under the provision of section 169 of the Nigerian Order-in-Council (Constitution) of 1951. This was a transitory body to advice the Governor-General on issues affecting the Public Service at his request. The Federal Public Service Commission was consequently established on the 1st of April, 1954 through a Provision under section 174 of Nigerian Order-in-Council (Constitution) of 1954.

The order provided that the Governor-General might (either generally or specially and in whatever manner he thought fit) refer to the Commission, the appointment of any person to an Office in the Public Service of the Federation, or dismissal or disciplinary control of Officers in the Public Service of Federation, or any other matter which in his opinion, affected the Public Service of the Federation. This in essence gave the Commission the authority to cover all posts (established or unestablished) for which funds were provided in the Federal Annual Estimates.

The Commission at this stage was only an advisory body whose key mandate was advising the Governor-General. The position changed in 1956 when an amendment to the enabling legislation gave the Commission the power to appoint, promote, transfer, second, dismiss or otherwise discipline Officers belonging to certain grades. The name was later changed from Federal Public Service Commission to Federal Civil Service Commission under section 140(b) of the 1979 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The Federal Government announced its intention in January, 1985 to create a Customs, Immigration and Prisons Service Board which among other things removed the Civil Servants of the Services concerned from the jurisdiction of the Federal Civil Service Commission. The Government later split the Board into the Nigeria Customs Service and Immigration, Prisons and Civil Defence Corps Boards respectively. This was also the case with other agencies and establishments like the Federal Inland Revenue Board established by the FIRS Act 2007 which staff matters ceased to be handled by the Commission.

THE CHAIRMAN OF THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

Dns. Joan O. Ayo, OON is the Honourable Chairman of the FCSC

DEACONESS JOAN O. AYO, OON BIOGRAPHY
The Honourable Chairman of the Federal Civil Service Commission, Deaconess Joan O. Ayo, oon was born into the Shaki  Royal Family of Okere Atere. Deaconess Ayo attended Reagan Memorial Baptist Girls School Lagos, she read English majoring on Literature and Linguistics’ and graduated in 1965 from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Later, she did her post graduate studies at the University of Ibadan (1965 -1966). University of Massachusetts, Amherst Massachusetts United States of America (1974), University of Manchester  United Kingdom (1983), and at IMEDE Switzerland, (1981). She has held many prominent positions in her public service career.

FEDERAL COMMISSIONERS OF THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

Dr. Chimaobi Odunze Ozichi
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Abia and Imo States

Dr. Hamidu Babanka Mohammed 
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Adamawa, Gombe and Taraba States

Mr. Simon James Etim, mni
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Akwa Ibom and Cross River States

Dr. (Mrs) Ngozi Agatha Etoule
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Anambra, Ebonyi and Enugu States

Alhaji Yahaya Yusuf
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Bauchi, Borno and Yobe

Mr. (Evang.) Hope Odhuluma Ikiriko
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers States

Dr. Jonah Madugu
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Benue, Plateau and Nasarawa States

Amb. Toye Olofintuyi
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Edo, Ondo and Ekiti States

Mr. Alhassan Usman Sokodabo
Honourable Commissioner Representing
FCT Abuja and Niger States

Honourable Commissioner Representing
Jigawa and Kano States

Alhaji Ibrahim Mohammed
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Kaduna and Katsina States

Honourable Commissioner Representing
Kebbi, Sokoto and Zamfara States

Prof. Aminu Diyo Sheidu
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Kogi and Kwara States

Alhaji Rafiu Babatunde Tinubu
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Lagos and Ogun States

Chief Joseph Remi Akande, OON
Honourable Commissioner Representing
Osun and Oyo States

READ THIS INSTRUCTION BEFORE APPLYING FOR FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION RECRUITMENT PORTAL


A GUIDE TO COMPLETING FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE ONLINE COMPETENCE-BASED APPLICATION FORM


The internet is being used more for advertising jobs and accepting applications. It’s very important to learn how to apply online for job opportunities. Online application forms allow you to save time, postage, and paper. However, some can be a bit tricky to complete. 

Filling out an Online Competence-Based Application form can be tough if you don’t have all the information you need and computer competency. The application completion and submission process is part of the candidate’s selection process. 

This Online Competence-Based Application Form contains eighteen (18) sections, so be prepared with all your biographical data; schools & education certificates, employment history and others before clicking the "Apply" button. It may take on the average thirty (30) minutes to complete the form. Use the "Save Draft" button as often as possible while completing the form. You will be able to edit the form after submission by clicking the "My Portal" menu, before the application period closes.

BE CAREFUL OF SCAMS. NO LEGITIMATE EMPLOYER WILL ASK FOR PERSONAL INFORMATION SUCH AS CREDIT/DEBIT CARD NUMBERS OR BANKING INFORMATION.

UPDATES ON THE FCSC RECRUITMENT 2016


  1. APPLICANTS SHORTLISTED FOR APTITUDE TEST
  2. APPLICANTS SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEW
  3. APPLICANTS OFFERED APPOINTMENT
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