IITA Recruitment: Here’s a complete guide on the IITA recruitment, application portal (jobs.iita.org), IITA recruitment requirements, and how to apply for the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture Recruitment.
In the course of this article, you’ll get a full guideline on how to get the recruitment form. Remember you can always apply for an IITA job on the IITA recruitment portal/website jobs.iita.org and you’ll get shortlisted if successful.
To avoid being scammed with your hard-earned money, it’s necessary you note that the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture recruitment application is free.
The IITA recruitment form will soon be available on the IITA recruitment application portal. The application form of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture is only obtainable online on the recruitment portal of the IITA.
IITA Recruitment Requirements
A B.Sc or Masters’s Degree from an accredited Tertiary Institution in any related discipline or an HND equivalent in a relevant course in any field of study.
In other words,
- Applicants must possess five (5) O’level credit passes in one sitting including mathematics and English language.
- Applicants must possess NCE / OND / HND / BSc certificates.
- Applicant must not be less than 18 years old
- Applicant must be willing to be deployed to any local government of the state
- Applicant must be physically and mentally fine
Also, having a good knowledge of ICT and how to use computer basic applications for the work and proper delivery of various tasks as required by the organization will be an added advantage.
It’s necessary to note, that as of the time of this writing, the IITA recruitment form wasn’t yet out. Simply visit the IITA Login Portal on jobs.iita.org to know when the form is out.
How to Apply for IITA Recruitment
To successfully apply for IITA recruitment, login to jobs.iita.org and fill out the application form also make sure you check this webpage for further instructions and updates regarding the status of your application.
Follow the steps below to submit your application.
- Visit jobs.iita.org
- Create an account with your active email
- Verify your account via email confirmation
- Fill out the online application form on the IITA login portal
- Upload credentials
IITA Recruitment Closing Date
As of the time of publishing this article, the closing date for the IITA recruitment exercise wasn’t yet announced. Please visit the IITA website on jobs.iita.org to know when the recruitment exercise is closing, and also to get other IITA Recruitment news.
FAQ On IITA Recruitment
Here are some frequently asked questions on IITA Recruitment.
How do I get a job at IITA?
You can get an IITA job on the IITA website jobs.iita.org and also get shortlisted.
Is IITA recruiting?
As of the time of this publication, IITA is not recruiting. Stick around this page as we’ll update you as soon as IITA recruitment application form is available.
How much does IITA pay workers?
The average salaries for International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is 148,00 Naira per month. This data is collated by 33 employees from International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
Who owns IITA?
IITA is owned by CGIAR.
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is a non-profit international organization founded in 1967. It is a member of CGIAR, a global research partnership for a food secure future1 , and the first such center to be based in Africa.
How do I find a job vacancy?
Here are 7 Ways to Find Job Vacancies at IITA.
- Company websites
- Career websites
- Social media
- Job fairs
- Recruitment agencies
What do they do at IITA?
IITA is an award-winning, research-for-development (R4D) organization, aimed at providing solutions to hunger, poverty, and the degradation of natural resources in Africa.
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