By Uchino Amatey; Agency Report
Following the approval of the Governor of Cross River State Senator Ben Ayade, for the recruitment of 2000 teachers and 500 security men for primary schools across the State, the State Universal Basic Education Board is calling for on-line applications from candidates of Cross River State origin who possess NCE or B.Ed. certificates for Teachers, and SSCE for security men.
The information made available to our newsroom in a release signed by the Board Executive Chairman, Dr. Stephen Odey reads in part, “Interested applicants should log into our recruitment portal www.crsubeb.com, which will open for registration on Tuesday 18th September, 2018 and will close on Tuesday, 9th October, 2018.
“For purposes of clarification, candidates who had earlier applied for employment and had written the aptitude test conducted by the Board in 2016 are expected to revalidate their applications by registering for the recruitment exercise.
“The essence of this is for the Board to eliminate those who have secured other jobs during this period and to determine those who are still interested in the recruitment.
“Candidates should indicate clearly whether they are applying as teaching staff or as security men.
“Prospective applicants are reminded that their certificates will be subjected to intensive scrutiny and verification exercise and those found to have tendered forged documents will be handed over to security agencies for investigation and prosecution.
“The recruitment process will be in line with what is obtainable in the public service of Cross River State. Only qualified candidates will be communicated to through their email addresses and contact lines to appear for screening and oral interview on a date to be determined in due course.
“Applicants are advised to be wary of fraudsters who may want to exploit this avenue to extort money from very anxious and unsuspecting candidates. Please be informed that the Board is not collecting any amount of money for the recruitment exercise. Members of the public should be guided accordingly.”
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