How to Apply as 2021 Customs Recruitment Exercise Begins in Nigeria

How to Apply as 2021 Customs Recruitment Exercise Begins in Nigeria

A piece of news that would enliven the spirit of Nigerians, the Nigeria Customs Service has announced the commencement of applications for the 2021 Customs recruitment exercise.

Also, the online application portal for the recruitment exercise has been opened for interested persons.

To make everything simple for our readers, has highlighted steps in which interested candidates can adopt in applying for the exercise.

Steps on how to for 2021 Customs recruitment exercise
The service announced that the applications is open till Friday, December 24, 2021. Photo credit: Nigeria Customs Service
Source: Facebook

A statement by the management of the service said the recruitment process began with the opening of the portal for applications, Channels TV reports.

The service, therefore, advised all interested candidates to follow some procedures while applying for any position in its workforce.

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How to apply

Visit, click on e-Services, Select vacancy; or visit

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The various positions and dates;

The cadres will be staggered as follows:

  1. Superintendent carder (08) – 13th – 14th December
  2. Inspectorate career (06) – 15th -16th December
  3. Customs Assistant Carder (03, 04) – 17th – 18th December

After these specific dates, all the carders remain open for applications till 24th December 2021. gathered that while warning applicants that the process is free, the service asked the public not to make any payment to any individual or group.

Nigeria Customs Service gives update on recruitment into 3,200 positions

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that NCS disclosed that the results of the Computer Based Test (CBT) for employment into 3,200 positions within the service would be released.

The spokesperson for the NCS, Joseph Attah, made the disclosure to The Tribune when the publication contacted him on phone concerning the CBT results for the recruitment exercise.

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Recall that customs had on April 17, 2019, announced recruitment opportunities for 3,200 positions within the service.

Job Alert: US Mission in Nigeria opens portal for recruitment

In other news, the United States (US) missions in Nigeria on Friday, July 16, said it is now ready to employ applicants in the project management department.

On its Facebook page, the embassy said that interested persons are to send in their applications before Thursday, August 5.

Moreover, it informed applicants to visit its site: for details on how to apply for the position.


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