NIMC is committed to delivering a sustainable, customer focused, scalable, dependable and trusted identity services that would, amongst other things; enable individuals prove their identity in a dependable manner.
TheNIMC Human Resource policy is informed by this laudable objective and we seek to recruit, retain, motivate and train continually a skilled and innovative workforce knowledgeable in modern Information and Communication Technology infrastructure and applications.
NIMC IS CURRENTLY NOT RECRUITING.
When available, vacancies tend to exist in the Commission for the:
As part of strategies for harnessing worldwide examples of best practices, and to stimulate involvement of the public and private sectors in order to continually re-affirm the priorities for the implementation of an effective Nigerian Identity Management System, the NIMC provides for the engagement of suitably qualified individuals, firms or consortia of firms to render consultancy services in various areas related to its main objectives.
Interested individuals or firms may submit their application to our database here online. The engagement of such individuals or firms is in accordance with stipulated Federal Government’s Due Process Guidelines and Regulations.
Recruitment will normally commence with widely published advertisement in at least four (4) national daily newspapers.
NYSC / SIWES Students
The Commission provides for the mandatory one year National Youth Service Scheme for Nigerian graduates as part of its national development. Students on Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) from various tertiary institutions are also absorbed in the Commission.
Aptitude tests are normally conducted for these two categories of students and their engagement is based on performance and availability of vacancy.