Monday, March 2, 2020

How To Successfully Apply For CBN OND, NCE, HND, BSC Recruitment 2020

It is no longer news that the Central Bank of Nigeria is recruiting OND, NCE, HND and BSc graduates for various positions. Open here to view available positions.

However, in order to successfully submit application online, there are some editing work that needs to be done on your credentials.

First, you need to write a soft copy application letter and save it on your device/computer. Secondly, you also need to write a soft copy of Curriculum Vitae (CV) if you don't already have one and save it on your device/computer. Thirdly, you need to compile all your credentials in one pdf file save on your device ready for upload on the CBN employment portal.

Your Application letter, CV and credentials must meet the below requirement:

1) Your letter of application should be in Microsoft Word or PDF and should not exceed 100 kb in size

2) Your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume should be in Microsoft Word or PDF and should not exceed 100 kb in size

3) Please scan ALL your credentials to a SINGLE PDF file for upload. This PDF file containing your credentials should not exceed 2MB. And make sure you avoid multiple submissions as duplicate entries would be disqualified.

How to add all your credentials in one pdf file:

a) Go to the file explorer on your computer

b) Select all your credentials (necessary certificates) you want to add in one pdf file.

c) Right click your mouse and click print from the pop up options.

d) Next step is to set your print format by setting the printer option to: Microsoft print to PDF, and paper size to: A4, and Copies of each picture to: 1 then click print.

e) It will take you to where to name the file and save it on your computer as a single file.

Note that if the file size is larger than the required size, use a file compressor to reduce the size before uploading on the CBN recruitment portal.

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