BPE Recruitment 2021/2022 Form Portal | www.bpe.gov.ng|Bureau of Public Enterprises
Are you interested in working with the Bureau of Public Enterprises? We have a guide that will help you fulfil your ambition.
This article is here to guide you on how to apply for the Bureau of Public Enterprises recruitment on the FMBN official portal
BPE was established under the provisions of the Public Enterprises (Privatisation and Commercialisation) Act of 1999, through its secretariat, they were charged with driving the Federal Government’s programme of privatising public enterprises, carrying out sector reforms and liberalization of key economic sectors especially the infrastructure sector.
It will be amazing to have you join us, by applying using the below requirement method.
BPE Recruitment 2021
The most amazing part is that BPE are interested in recruiting Nigerians in 2021 to be strongly part of this vision, BPE wants Nigerians to be part of modelling reform policies.
BPE Recruitment portal
There are procedures to be taken to be part of BPE, for more information visit their official page firstname.lastname@example.org
BPE Recruitment requirements 2021/2022
Applicants are advised to have the following requirements to be qualified for the 2021/2022 Bureau of Public Enterprises:
- West African Examination School Certificate (WASSCE) or National Examination Council Certificate with at least 5 credits in relevant subjects including English and Mathematics. (Not less than two sittings).
- Bachelor’s Degree/Higher National Diploma (HND) or Ordinary National Diploma (OND) Degree.
- Knowledge in computer application which will serve as an added advantage.
How to Apply For BPE Recruitment 2021
The procedures below will walk you through to apply for BPE job:
- Visit the BPE login portal at https://bpe.gov.ng/
- Follow the instructions on the BPE official website.
- Fill and submit your application form
Having submitted your application, you exercise patience so that the board in charge of recruitment examines all applications for the once qualified for the examination.
Be rest assured that you will be inbox by the board informing you about the outcome of your application. Then, you will further be called for an interview.
BPE Recruitment Registration Closing Date
The closing date or deadline for BPE 2021 Registration has not been officially announced. Once the deadline is announced, you will be notified.
What is the full meaning of BPE, Vision and Mission
The full meaning of BPE is Bureau of Public Enterprises. Its vision is to be the best reform agency, while its mission includes becoming the resource centre for capacity building and sustenance of reforms, and to be the key motivation of the Government economic reform programme.
Functions of BPE
The Bureau of Public Enterprises set up this program as a medium of promoting a competitive private sector motivated economy, and be the key driver of the government economic reform programme. The following are other functions:
- Preparation of public enterprises approved by the NCP for privatisation and commercialisation.
- Advising the NCP on further public enterprises which may be privatised or commercialized.
- Advising the NCP on the capital restructuring needs of Nigerian public enterprises to be privatized.
- Account management for all commercialised enterprises for financial discipline.
- Vetting candidates for appointments as: Consultants, advisers, investment bankers, issuing houses stockbrokers, Solicitors, trustees, accountants and other professionals required for the purpose of either privatisation or commercialisation.
- Management of post transactional performance monitoring and evaluation.
- To minimise economic inequalities by promoting public welfare activities.
- To promote balanced regional development by developing industries in every part of the country.
- To carry out all activities required for the successful issue of shares and sale of assets of the public enterprises to be privatized.
- To oversee the actual sale of shares of the public enterprises to be privatised, by the issuing houses, in accordance with the guidelines approved, from time to time, by the NCP.