Recruitment of 774,000 Applicants is ongoing apply here. we are glad to inform the General Public about the ongoing Special Public Works (SPW) Recruitment 2020/2021 through Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment apply here.
Do you have Local Government Identification Letter? Are you with your National Identification Card? Then you are eligible to apply or access Special Public Works (SPW) Recruitment via Application Form Portal. Start your application here.
Application Form Portal Now opened for interested and qualified applicant to apply through shared link by Festus Keyamo to access the 20-member Committees in 36 States and the FCT that will select the 1000 persons per LGA that would be engaged by the FG in the Special Public Works Programme.
At the end of this article you will know how to apply/access Special Public Works (SPW) Recruitment Portal by yourself and application Requirements will be showcase here.
The Special Public Works in the Rural Areas is an employment- intensive technique acquired and adapted by the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) from one of the capacity-building collaborations with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in the late 1980’s to the middle of the 1990’s. The Project was tagged ILO/NDE Labour Based/ Light Equipment Methods of Construction, Rehabilitation and maintenance of Public Infrastructure.
Jobs Responsibility of Successful Applicants
Successful Beneficiaries are engaged in:
- Drainage digging and clearance
- Irrigation canals clearance
- Rural feeder road maintenance
- Maintenance of the Great Green Wall nurseries and orchards in Borno, Jigawa and Katsina
- Traffic control
- Street cleaning
- Cleaning of public infrastructure like Health Centres, Schools and the likes.
A total of 40,000 direct transient jobs were expected to be created in the eight pilot states.
Steps to register/access for Special public works programme Recruitment
When you get to the page, click you’re State on the map, it will take you to the State and their local government to benefit from the programme.
There you will find the names of member committee in your State and their phone numbers.