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Oyo Government Opens Job Portal For 7,000 Primary School Teachers



Oyo Government Opens Job Portal For 7,000 Primary School Teachers

The Oyo State Government has announced that the job portal for public primary school teachers will be open from 6 p.m. on Tuesday, 25 June 2024.

The Chairman of the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Dr Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, made this known during a briefing at the Board’s headquarters in Ibadan.

Dr Adeniran stated that this initiative is part of the Oyo State Government’s efforts to reduce unemployment among its citizens.

According to Dr Adeniran, the portal will require each candidate to register using their email, phone number, and National Identification Number (NIN), among other details, to provide them with suitable jobs, either as teachers or caregivers. The site address for recruiting 7,000 teachers and 100 caregivers is The application period will run from 25 June 2024 to 9 July 2024.

“The Oyo State Government is looking to expand the job opportunities in the basic education sub-sector, particularly for those interested in working as caregivers,” said Dr Adeniran.
“Education is a major pillar of Governor Seyi Makinde’s administration. We are committed to an inclusive government that will harness the valuable potentials within the State, which is why we are hiring new primary school teachers.”

Dr. Adeniran assured that applicants can seek assistance for any issues encountered during the online application process through the support services provided on the website, including a phone number and email for free support services.

He advised applicants to upload all necessary documents, emphasising that the recruitment process will be transparent, fair, credible, and merit-based. The application process will involve three stages: online application, CBT examination, and oral interview.

Dr Adeniran warned applicants to beware of scammers, reiterating that the only portal for job applications is the one provided above. He also stressed that the entire application process is free of charge, and no staff or non-staff member is authorised to collect money from any applicant.

Dr Adeniran thanked Governor Seyi Makinde for his support and assured him that the board would not disappoint him.

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.


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