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Apply Now: NERC Commences Recruitment for over 50 positions

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The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has announced that it is seeking suitable candidates for more than 50 positions within the agency.

The commission announced the hiring in a statement signed by its executives on Monday.

Senior manager, compliance; deputy general manager, legal; principle manager, tariff and rates; assistant manager; customer complaints and manager, market analysis, and competition are some of the positions that need to be filled.

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Market and competition analysis, utility rate setting, electrical engineering, consumer protection, finance and accounting, data gathering and analytics, and other departments will employ selected individuals.

Applicants are only allowed to submit one application, and additional submissions will result in the applicant’s disqualification.

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Only shortlisted candidates would be contacted for the next stage of the recruiting process, according to NERC.

The announcement reads, “Applicants should remember that this is an entirely online application procedure, and no paper applications or CVs should be provided to the commission.”

The deadline for submitting an online application is July 15, 2022.

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The commission advised interested applicants to visit careers.nerc.gov.ng and complete the application requirements.

It stated, “The detailed list of positions is available on the application portal.”

The Electric Power Sector Reform Act established the National Energy Regulatory Commission (NERC).

The commission’s headquarters are in Abuja, but it has offices around the country.

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