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10 Good Paying Federal Government Jobs in Nigeria 2020

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10 Good Paying Federal Government Jobs in Nigeria 2020

Government Jobs in Nigeria 2020: Today, many Nigerians are interested in federal government jobs. But what can one expect from such work? What amount of salary can you get while working for the government?

Federal government work is the best for some people, could this be true? Read through for the Good Paying Federal Government Jobs in Nigeria 2020.

10 Good Paying Federal Government Jobs in Nigeria 2020

Unfortunately, there is an opinion about the federal government jobs, that it does not pay well, and it is also possible to face an incident of unpaid salaries. The interest of most Nigerians about government jobs is not high enough.

But we have prepared this article about the highest paying federal jobs in Nigeria to show you that such kind jobs are worthy of your attention.

1. Bureau of Public Enterprises

The Bureau of Public Enterprises is responsible for the implementation of the Nigerian policy on privatization and commercialization. The Bureau also performs functions such as – Preparation of public enterprises approved for privatization and commercialization.

Established under the provisions of the Public Enterprises Act of 1999, through its secretariat, the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), was charged with driving the Federal Government’s programme of privatizing public enterprises, carrying out sector reforms and liberalization of key economic sectors especially the infrastructure sector.

Salary: 120,000 – 140,000 monthly

2. Broadcasting Organization of Nigeria

The Broadcasting Organizations of Nigeria (BON) a broad coalition of public and private broadcast organizations, duly registered by the Corporate Affairs Commission, as the nation’s umbrella body of Terrestrial Free-to-Air Radio and Television, Direct-To-Home, Digital Terrestial Television, and Multimedia Distribution System.

Essentially, BON is an independent, non-governmental umbrella association of all private, public, commercial and community electronic media houses in Nigeria.  Since then, it has continued to grow in strength, structure, and mandate. Today, there are over 100 members which collectively own over 250 radio and television stations.

Salary: The current estimated salary earned by entry-level workers of FRCN is between ₦ 60,000 – ₦ 70,000 per month (After Tax)* excluding allowances.

3. Bureau of Public Procurement

The Bureau of Public Procurement was established by The Public Procurement Act 2007 and charged with the responsibility to provide the legal and institutional framework and professional capacity to ensure transparency in public procurement in Nigeria, amongst others. The Bureau aims to ensure competitiveness and cost-effectiveness to provide the best value in the public sector procurement system.

4. Central Bank

A central bank is a financial institution given privileged control over the production and distribution of money and credit for a nation or a group of nations. A central bank plays an important role in the monetary and banking system of a country.

It is responsible for maintaining the financial sovereignty and economic stability of a country, especially in underdeveloped countries. It issues currency, regulates the money supply, and controls different interest rates in a country. Apart from this, the central bank controls and regulates the activities of all commercial banks in a country. For more information, visit www.cbn.gov.ng/

 5. Computer Professionals Registration Council

The Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) was established by Decree No. 49 of 1993, promulgated on June 10, and gazetted on August 9, of that year.

The Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) is a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal, a legal entity charged with the control and supervision of the Computing Profession in the country.

They determine what standards of knowledge and skills are to be attained by persons seeking to become members of the computing profession and improving those standards from time to time as circumstances may permit.

to secure, in accordance with the provision of the Decree, the establishment and maintenance of a register of persons seeking to be registered under the Decree to practice the computing profession, and the publication from time to time, of the list of these persons.

to perform any other functions as bestowed on it by the provisions of the decree Consequent upon the foregoing, the Council has responsibilities for the following among others. For more information, visit www.cpn.gov.ng/metro/

6. Corporate Affairs Commission

The Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria was established in 1990 vide Companies and Allied Matters Act no 1 1990 as amended, now on Act cap C20 Laws of Federation of Nigeria. It is an autonomous body charged with the responsibility to regulate the formation and management of companies in Nigeria.

It carries out its functions through accredited members of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria and the Nigerian Bar Association.

It is headed by a Registrar-General. Prior to the enactment of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, these activities were carried on under the Companies Act 1968. For more information, visit www.cac.gov.ng/

7. Department of Petroleum Resources

The Ministry of Petroleum Resources is responsible for the articulation, implementation, and regulation of policies in the Oil and Gas Sector.

It also exercises supervisory role over the operators and stakeholders, to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in the Oil and Gas Sector.

Petroleum matters were handled by the Hydrocarbon Section of the Ministry of Lagos Affairs, which reported directly to the Governor-General.

The Unit kept records on matters relating to exploration, and importation of petroleum products. It also enforced safety and other regulations on matters which were then mostly products importation and distribution.

As the activities of the petroleum industry expanded, the Unit was upgraded to a Petroleum Division within the Ministry of Mines and Power. For more information, visit www.dpr.gov.ng/

8. Defence Intelligence Agency

The Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) was established in 1986 to provide an efficient system of obtaining military intelligence for the Armed Forces/Ministry of Defence.  This function is carried out through the defence sections.

Parts of the objectives of the Section are; promotion of Nigeria’s Defence Policy and enhancement of military cooperation with the host nations.  The defence sections also assist in the maintenance of the territorial integrity of Nigeria and protect the lives of her citizens.

The Defence Intelligence Agency is to produce comprehensive, contextual and timely intelligence support to defence planners and decision-makers in order to effectively enhance national security. For more information, visit www.dia.gov.ng/

9. Commission of Economic and Financial Crimes

This is an agency operating to best international standards and leading the fight against economic and financial crimes in Nigeria.

It helps to rid Nigeria of Economic and Financial Crimes and to effectively coordinate the domestic effort of the global fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.

The Operations Department is the hub of all investigation activities of the Commission. It has responsibility for the investigation of all cases that fall within the mandate of the Commission.

Such cases include infractions that are contrary to the provisions of the Commission’s enabling law; the EFCC Act 2004 as well as a posse of other laws in which the Commission has direct responsibility for their enforcement. For more information, visit www.efccnigeria.org/

 10. Energy Commission of Nigeria

The Energy Commission of Nigeria is the government body responsible for the strategic planning and coordination of national policies in the field of energy, researches on the exploration of renewable and alternative energy sources and pursues national energy initiatives.

The Energy Commission of Nigeria seeks to promote increased investment, encourage the indigenous acquisition of energy technology and managerial expertise and guarantee an efficient and sustainable consumption pattern of energy resources.

The Energy Commission of Nigeria was created in 1982 after an ECOWAS general assembly in Conakry adopted a declaration that each member state would establish an Energy Commission to coordinate and supervise all energy functions and activities within that state.

These Energy Commissions were to be in communion with the African Energy Commission on behalf of their respective countries. The Nigerian Energy Commission was thus created to meet this obligation in 1988.

Salary: 157,000 per month

Federal government jobs in Nigeria are very diverse, so everyone interested can find a suitable position. Federal jobs do not only offer good opportunities, but also some other benefits.

Of course, it is not easy to become the highest-paid government official, but as it is quite easy to become a government worker. And this opportunity allows you to get a fair salary even at the beginning of a career.

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