NAVSA Recruitment Registration 2021 via www.navsa.ng – Currently NAVSA recruitment is ongoing for all to apply using the application link below. The NAVSA programme is of great benefit to all who would be accepted in the recruitment exercise. SEE HOW TO APPLY BELOW.
NAVSA is known to build a sustainable digital platform that provides varieties of information for more than half of agriculture ecosystem players in Nigeria in order to enable a highly-productive agribusiness economy.
To support agriculture sector with digital capabilities capable of attracting about 1 Million graduate talents and creating exciting new and well-paying job opportunities across the agriculture value chain.
To partner with relevant agriculture programmes in order to introduce digital capabilities that will enable about 6 Million new jobs across the agriculture value chain in Nigeria.
General Requirements for NAVSA Recruitment 2021
- Nationality: Must be Nigerians
- Education: Minimum of FSLC and other related qualifications
- Skills: Computer skills are desired, goal-oriented
- Must be dependable and punctual
- Must respect and maintain confidentiality of the organization
- Valid means of identification (ID card)
How to Apply for NAVSA Recruitment 2021
Interested Nigerians should visit: https://navsa.ng to apply.
Fill in your correct details such as:
- Full Name
- Your Email
- Phone Number
- Marital Status
- Your State of Origin
- Educational Level
- Your Current Address
- Your Job Experience
- Area of Enterprise
- Your Passport (jpg only and must be 180kb or lower)
- Anything Else We Should Know
- Then submit your form
Note- Ensure to use a valid email address, phone number and Candidates who meet the minimum requirements will be considered for Aptitude Test.
False information will lead to disqualification of such applicants
Closing Date for NAVSA Recruitment 2021
There is no specified closing date yet
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