Prospective young graduates aspiring to join the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, will begin the rigorous screening process soon as the agency begins shortlisting of applicants
A statement issued by its spokesman, Mr. Ndu Ugahmadu, in Abuja said the second phase of the exercise involving the shortlisting of qualified candidates has started, explaining that those qualified would be invited to participate in a computer-based aptitude test.
‘‘The first phase of the ongoing recruitment exercise embarked upon by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, which kicked off via nationwide advertisements on March 13 ended midnight yesterday with the closure of the corporation’s application portal.
‘‘Tests would be administered in about 50 centres across the country and those who are successful would subsequently be invited for oral interview for final selection.,” the statement said.
NNPC, an equal opportunity employer in the oil and gas industry value chain including exploration, refining, transportation and marketing of petroleum products, recently placed advertisements to recruit some categories of staff to buoy its operations nationwide.
The categories include: graduate trainees; senior officers and supervisory and managerial cadre.