BRISIN Recruitment Portal | Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria

BRISIN Recruitment Portal | Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria

The Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria, BRISIN recruitment portal is now open for unemployed Nigerians on various fields and professions.

BRISIN is a scheme introduced by the Dermo Impex Italia and was approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria under former President Olusegun Obasanjo administration, while the immediate President Goodluck Jonathan inaugurated a Technical Committee for the BRISIN implementation.

Currently, the Federal Government is set to recruit 5000 unemployed Nigerians in the pilot phase at FCT to drive the implementation of the scheme.

BRISIN Scheme Phases

Commercial and productive activities.
GSM distribution and providers services.
Labour, employed and unemployed.
Legal Documentations.
Migration both within and outside Nigeria Diaspora.
Motorizations, mobile and immobile Engine.
Rural developments.
Service economy.
Spare part dealers and all type of maintenance.
Urbanization buildings and their uses, etc.

Required Field of Studies

Computer Engineers.
Computer Scientists.
Banking and Finance.
Public Administration.
International Relations.
Business Administration.
Mass Communication.
Structural Engineering.
Building Construction.
English language.
Project Development.
Information Technology.
Health Education.
Agricultural Science.
Carpentry and Woodwork.
Mathematics, Etc.

Qualifications and Grade Levels

  • Masters and Ph.D. (Grade level 10 – 14)
  • / BA / HND, etc (Grade level 8 – 10)
  • ND / NCE (Grade level 5 – 7)
    GCE / SSCE / Drivers (Grade level 3 – 4)

See Also-> Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE Fresh Job Recruitment

Application Procedures

– Click here.

– Register and follow the on-site guide.

Important Notice

– Applicants with best qualifications on each field will be selected.

– The selected candidates will be sponsored to Italy, US, and London for 2 weeks trainee courses.

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