Job Recruitment: KW-IRS Announces Cut Off Mark, Interview Dates For Applicants - 9japarrot


Home Top Ad

Post Top Ad

Friday 28 May 2021

Job Recruitment: KW-IRS Announces Cut Off Mark, Interview Dates For Applicants

The interview for applicants for the Kwara State Internal Revenue Service, (KW-IRS), Area offices job, commences on Monday, the 31st of May, 2021, in Ilorin, the State capital, a statement signed by Corporate Affairs Department, of KW-IRS revealed.

The statement made available to 9japarrot reads as follows;

It would be recalled that notice of recruitment of Revenue Officers into 11 Area Offices of the Service, (Baruten, Edu, Ekiti, Ifelodun, Irepodun, Isin, Offa, Oke-Ero, Oyun, and Patigi Local Government Areas) was published on the 9th of April, 2021 and interested applicants were requested to put in their applications online between the 12th and 16th of April, 2021.

A total of 12,056 (Twelve Thousand, and Fifty Six) applications were received within the period the application portal was opened, with gender distribution of 63% and 37% males and females respectively. 1,663 applicants were shortlisted for the Computer Based Test (CBT) but only 1,315 sat for the test.

A key factor in the shortlisting process was the matching of current place of residency as stated by each applicant to the preferred Area Office indicated by each applicant. 

Considering the average performance of the candidates that sat for the CBT therefore, the Management of KW-IRS, has set the cut-off mark for invitation to interview at 50% performance for candidates of Area offices in Kwara South and 40% for candidates of Area offices in Kwara North.

All candidates within the cut-off criteria as stated above shall be invited for interview, starting from the 31st of May, 2021 and thereafter, placement into the preferred locations.

Candidates to be invited for the interview are expected to come along with original copies of their certificates for sighting and verification, curriculum vitae and means of identification.

Please be reminded that all Covid-19 protocols shall be adequately followed, the statement added.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post Bottom Ad