NPC Recruitment 2022 Update: NPC changes Recruitment Pattern for Enumerators and Supervisors

The National Population Commission, in furtherance to the recruitment of Adhoc Staff who would be temporarily engaged for the 2023 Population and Housing Census, has introduced a new method in the recruitment processes.

The Commision, which commenced Contact Training of Specialised WorkForce and Facilitators on Monday, has planned screening of Enumerator and Supervisor Applicants before Shortlisting for E-Learning and Contact Training, unlike the previous method of Shortlisting, E-Learning, then Contact Training as used in the recruitment of Specialised WorkForce and Facilitators.  

The NPC Adhoc Staff Screening for Enumerators and Supervisors has been scheduled according to LGA, and each LGA fixes date for the Screening.

According to the NPC, all the Enumerator and Supervisor Applicants are to expect Text or Email Notifications for the Local Government based Screening, which will be requiring NPC Registration ID, NIN, Valid Phone Number, and Original Certificates used during the NPC Adhoc Staff Registration.

Read Also: NPC Adhoc Staff Screening Frequently Asked Questions

The NPC Adhoc Staff Screening for Enumerators and Supervisors will be held between 24th and 31st January, 2023

Shortlisting and Approval of Enumerators and Supervisors for E-learning and Training will take place after the NPC Adhoc Staff Screening. Hence, all Applicants' Application Status will remain "Pending" until after the Screening. 

The NPC had in a press statement signed by its Director of Public Affairs, Isiaka Yahaya, on Monday disclosed that the commission has made preparations to train and deploy 786,741 Adhoc Staff across the 36 States plus FCT for the 2023 Census Exercise.

Dr Yahaya furthered that the NPC Adhoc Staff will be composed of 623,797 Enumerators, 125,944 Supervisors, 24,001 Data Quality Assistants, 12,000 Field Cordinators, 1,000 Data Quality Managers, 1,639 Training Center Adminstrators, and 59,000 LGA Facilitators.

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