- The NNPC has ended the first phase of its 2019 recruitment exercise and has begun the second phase which involves shortlisting of qualified candidates
- The corporation says qualified candidates would be invited to participate in computer-based aptitude tests
- The tests would be administered in about 50 centres across the country and successful candidates would subsequently be invited for oral interviews
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has ended the first phase of its ongoing recruitment exercise.
The corporation’s general manager, group public affairs division, Ndu Ughamadu, on Wednesday, March 27 disclosed that phase two of the exercise has kicked off.
Legit.ng notes that in tweets on its handle, @NNPCgroup, the corporation disclosed that Ughamadu stated that the second phase involves shortlisting of qualified candidates.
He further disclosed that qualified applicants would be invited to participate in computer-based aptitude tests.
See tweets below:
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Recall that Legit.ng previously reported that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation announced a recruitment exercise for prospective staff of the revenue-generating organization, just days after the end of the 2019 general elections.
The NNPC placed the announcement on its social media walls, asking applicants to visit its website to register.
“We are hiring,” the announcement said. “Are you passionate about building an exciting career in NNPC? Join us.”
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