Call For Nomination for Appointment into the NEITI NSWG
Following the outcome of the meeting of the 7-person Committee set up at the Civil Society Strategic Meeting on the NEITI held in Abuja on Wednesday, 18 April, 2012, you are hereby informed that the process for nominating civil society candidates for consideration and recommendation for appointment into the NEITI NSWG is now open.
The agreed criteria by the committee for nomination and selection of candidates are:
1. Membership/staff of a civil society organization with demonstrable work experience in extractive issues.
2. Demonstrable research/publication, capacity-building and project implementation experience in extractive matters.
3. Knowledge and record of prior and consistent engagement with the NEITI process in Nigeria.
4. Personal integrity and ability to carry the civil society constituency along through regular feedback and consultation.
5. Demonstrable quality of personal sacrifice, including preparedness to engage in self-financing where and when occasions demand.
By this notice, nominations are to be submitted by e-mail to the Secretary of the Committee, Dauda Garuba (email@example.com) and copied to the Chairman, Dr. Otive Igbuzor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
All nominations are to be made, at the latest, by Wednesday, 25 April, 2012. Be informed thatany nomination after this date will not be considered by the Committee.
The Committee Screening/Interview of nominated candidates will hold as follow:
Date: Monday, 30 April, 2012.
Venue: Africa Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development (Centre LSD), Suite 27, 2nd Floor, Tolse Plaza, No. 4, Franca Afegbua Crescent, Off Jonathan Marierie St (After Apo Legislative Quarters), Apo – Abuja. 2
Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Note that in the spirit of transparency the screening/interview is open to all interested individuals and organizations in the civil society community.
Committee members volunteer Lunch, while participants are to take care of all other expenses, including transportation, accommodation and feeding, themselves.
Secretary to the Committee
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