See How To Apply for Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission Ad-hoc Recruitment 2021/2022
As the Lagos State local government election will be held next month the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission invites applications from suitably qualified applicants for 2021 Lagos State election Ad-hoc personnel.
Job Title 1: Returning Officer
- Candidates should possess HND, BSC, MSC or PhD, Director in the Public Service, University Don, Renown Professional with cognate experience and evidence of participation in previous election duties.
Job Title 2: Collation Officer
- Candidates should possess HND, BSC / BA or MSC in Sciences and figures related disciplines in addition to cognate experience and evidence of participation in previous election duties.
Job Title 3: Presiding Officer
- Candidates should possess NCE, HND, BSC, BA or their equivalents.
Job Title 4: Supervisory Presiding Officer
- Candidates should possess HND, BSC, BA or MA / MSC with cognate experience and evidence of participation in previous election duties.
Job Title 5: Poll Clerk (PC)
- Candidates should possess any of the following qualifications: School Certificate, GCE, OND or their equivalents.
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