Nigeria Custom Service Recruitment 2017 Starts On www.customs.gov.ng
The Nigeria Customs Service recruitment latest update on application and job vacancies for year 2017 can be found on this page.
The Nigeria Customs Service formed in 1891, was saddled with the responsibilities of revenue collection, accounting for same and anti smuggling activities.
NCS has the mission to provide services in ways that maximize efficiency and promote trade competitiveness wherein declarations are promptly processed.
The minimum qualifications for interested applicants are SSCE/NECO/GCE/NCE/ND /HND/BSC/ Applicants applying as man (SUPERINTENDENT CADRE) and women (SUPERINTENDENT CADRE) must be between 18 and 35 years of age.
Male applicants must not be less than 1.68 metres tall while female applicants must not be less than 1.65 metres tall.
Applicants are to note that there is nothing like Nigeria custom service replacement and that the application is yet to begin.
Apply for the Nigeria Customs Service Recruitment 2017:
The general public are to note that the Nigeria Custom is not currently recruiting. Please disregard any information that says otherwise. When the recruitment stats, we will surely notify you on this page.
Interested candidates are to always visit here or the Nigeria custom service recruitment website at: www.customs.gov.ng to know when the form comes out eventually.
Applicants are to complete application form free of charge and print out the following documents;
Local government attestation form.
Parent/ guardian consent form.
The Nigeria Customs Service statutory functions can be broadly classified into two main categories namely, core and other functions:
(i) Collection of Revenue i.e. Import and Excise Duties and Accounting for same.
(ii) Prevention and suppression of smuggling.
Today trade facilitation has become a fundamental role, progressively seen by government as an important element of economic policy, with Customs having a unique position within the hub of the international supply chain of goods and services.
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Consequently, one of the challenges to Nigeria Customs Service is the proactive management of the seeming contradictory role of ensuring improvements in speedy delivery of services, while maintaining systematic and effective intervention controls, necessary to meet the demands of complex and growing international trade, characterized in recent times by economic crime, money laundering, menace of terrorism, threatening weapons of mass destruction, violation of intellectual property rights, and dumping of toxic and hazardous substances.