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Aug 252017
 

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the general of the Registration Officer,the successful applicant shall act as:

• A biometric data capture clerk and shall take the fingerprint, iris facial point,photograph and signature of an applicant in a prescribed manner.
• Any other duties that would be assigned by the Executive Secretary or a person authorised by the Executive Secretary.

Qualification Required & Experience

• A minimum qualification of a Higher National Diploma (HND) or Bachelor’s Degree from a recongnised tertiary institution or equivalent professional qualification.
• Desireble experience in mass registration exercise will be an advantage.
• Must have completed National Service

Competencies

The successful applicant must be:

• Computer literate
• Able to enter data with dispatch and accuracy
• Able to work in a team
• Willing to work for long hours
• Able to deal effectively with challenging field operational issues.
• Able to demonstrate excellent report writing skills.
• Innovative, committed and dedicated to work
• Able to work with little or no supervision.

Location: Nationwide Recruitment

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