Federal Ministry of Environment Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025

Discover if you’re among the Federal Ministry of Environment Shortlisted Candidates for the 2024 recruitment. Learn how to check and prepare for the screening process. Get all the details you need.

About Shortlisted Candidates 2024

The Federal Ministry of Environment has announced the names of people they’ve picked for their 2024/2025 hiring. If you applied for this job and have been waiting to find out if you were chosen, there’s good news.

You can go to the Federal Ministry of Environment’s hiring website to see if your name is on the list of chosen people. This article will help you know how to do that and tell you about the papers you’ll need for what comes next.

Keep reading to find out more about what to do next and the papers you should get ready.

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Screening Process

The Federal Ministry of Environment (FMEnv) in Nigeria utilizes an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process to assess the potential environmental impacts of a proposed project. This process involves screening, which is the initial step to determine the level of EIA required. Here’s a breakdown of the screening process:

1. Project Categorization:

  • The proponent (person/organization behind the project) identifies their project type by referring to the EIA Act and its listed schedules. These schedules categorize projects based on their potential environmental impact.
  • There are two main categories: Schedule 1 (Category A) and Schedule 2 (Category B).

2. Screening by Proponent:

  • Based on the project category, the proponent determines the level of EIA required.
  • Category A Projects: Require a full EIA report to be submitted to the FMEnv for screening and approval.

3. Screening by FMEnv (EAD):

  • For Category A projects, the proponent submits a Terms of Reference (TOR) to the Environmental Assessment Department (EAD) of the FMEnv through their online portal EAD portal: ead.gov.ng.
  • The EAD conducts an initial evaluation, which may involve a site visit, to confirm the proposed EIA study’s scope as outlined in the TOR.
  • The EAD approves the TOR if it meets the requirements.

Additional Points:

  • There might be instances where the EAD may request an EIA for a Category B project due to specific concerns.
  • The FMEnv website (Federal Ministry of Environment | EAD |: ead.gov.ng) offers resources and information on the EIA process, charges, and relevant guidelines.

Remember, this is a simplified overview of the screening process. It’s advisable to consult the FMEnv website and the EIA Act for detailed information and ensure your project adheres to environmental regulations.

How to Check

Candidates who applied for the Federal Ministry of Environment Recruitment 2024 can check if they are on the list of successful candidates by following these steps:

  1. Visit the Federal Ministry of Environment recruitment portal at www.environment.gov.ng.
  2. Click on the “Check shortlist” option to view the list.
  3. You can also choose to click on “download shortlist” to download the list to your device.
  4. Open the downloaded file using Adobe Reader or any PDF reader on your smartphone or laptop to view the shortlist.
  5. To easily find your name, look for the first letter of your last name.
  6. Alternatively, check the email address you used to apply for the recruitment; you will receive an email notification if you have been shortlisted.
  7. Keep an eye on your email for details regarding the Federal Ministry of Environment screening dates, venue, and requirements.

Once you have confirmed that you are on the shortlist, make sure to gather the necessary documents in advance for the FME screening. Below, you can see the required documents for the Federal Ministry of Environment (FME) screening.

Required Documents

Shortlisted candidates must have the following documents ready for presentation at the physical screening venue.

Make sure to prepare these documents ahead of the screening date:

  1. A valid means of identity, such as a Valid Driver’s License, National ID Card, National Identification Number (NIN), Nigerian International Passport, or Voters card.
  2. A copy of the printout of your reply to the online application.
  3. Recent passport photographs.
  4. Certificate of Local Government Area (L.G.A) of Origin (Local Government Identification).
  5. The registration slip.
  6. Certificate of State of Origin duly signed.
  7. Bank Verification Number (BVN).

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Here is the list of states from which the shortlisted candidates will listed

AbiaAdamawaAkwa Ibom
AnambraBauchiBayelsa
BenueBornoCross River
DeltaEbonyiEdo
EkitiEnuguGombe
ImoJigawaKaduna
KanoKatsinaKebbi
KogiKwaraLagos
NasarawaNigerOgun
OndoOsunOyo
PlateauRiversSokoto
TarabaYobeZamfara & FCT

Is Federal Ministry of Environment Shortlisted Candidates list in out

No, the Shortlisted Candidates list is not out yet, but it will be notify you when it is out.

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FAQs

What is the significance of the Shortlisted Candidates list?

It identifies qualified candidates for the available positions.

When will the screening date be announced?

While there’s no fixed date, updates will be provided on the official website.

How many stages are there in the selection process?

After being shortlisted, candidates will undergo a screening process followed by an interview.

Is the screening mandatory for all shortlisted candidates?

Absolutely! It’s an essential step in the recruitment process.

Where can I access the shortlist?

It’s available for download on the official recruitment portal.


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