NIA Ghana Card Online Registration Procedures , Requirements, Centers, Portal 2020 / 2021

Here is the NIA Ghana Card Online Registration Procedures , Requirements, Centers and Portal 2020 / 2021. The National Identification Authority not long ago lunched an online NIA Ghana card application procedure to reduce the workload at the NIA registrations centers nationwide. Part of the NIA Ghana Card application process can now be done through the NIA online portal.
This is as a result of complaints about the tedious nature of the mass registration procedure. The NIA registration centers could register less than 100 persons per day and was extremely slow.

As such the NIA has provided an online NIA Ghana card application procedure to reduce the discomfort from joining long queues for hours to get your details entered into the system. From henceforth, right from the comfort of your home, you can  do the entering of details by yourself to apply for the Ghana Card.

This article contains; Registration Eligibility For NIA Ghana Card, Registration Requirements For The NIA Ghana Card online registration, NIA Ghana Card Online Registration Procedures; How to Apply for a Ghana Card Online and all About The Online Ghana Card Application Process

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Registration Eligibility For NIA Ghana Card

  1. The NIA Ghana Card is exclusively for Ghanaian citizens
  2. All Ghanaians with dual citizenship either home or abroad
  3. Registration is for all  ages

Registration Requirements For The NIA Ghana Card online registration

Requirements for the NIA Ghana Card online registration are:

  1. Personal Information such as Name, Date and Place of birth, Residential address and digital address code.
  2. Information About your parents and their personal information such as names, Address dates and places of birth etc.
  3. Proof of nationality such as  (i.e. Birth certificate, certificate of acquired citizenship or valid passport)
  4. Means of identification which is either a; Driver’s Licence, NHIS Card, Passport, SSNIT Card, Tax Identification Number (TIN) or Voter ID Card.

NIA Ghana Card Online Registration Procedures; How to Apply for a Ghana Card Online

  1. Visit the NIA Ghana Card online registration portal through: https://register.nia.gov.gh/
  2. You will see the “Existing Application Login” button and the “Start New Application” button, click on “Start New Application” button to be taken to the account creation page.
  3. On the account creation page, a registration ID is automatically generated for you to be used to login. Take note of it and write it down.
  4. Afterwards enter your a password in the “password” field and repeat the password you entered in the “repeat password field”.
  5. Afterwards click on the “Start Registration” button”
  6. Note that  you will need the “Registration ID ” and password you just created, to login if you want to make changes to your form to be filled.
  7. After creating the account you will be taken through the NIA Ghana card application form in 8 steps
  8. The first section of the form is to enter your Surname and Forenames (Other Names).
  9. Then click on the “Yes This Is The Name I Want To Use” button
  10. Afterwards the next section of the form shows,  inquiring of your nationality and Citizenship. Questions asked on this page are; Are you a Ghanaian?, Do You have Dual Citizenship? and Do You Have an Existing National Identification Card?. Just thick the appropriate Yes or No check boxes to continue the process.
  11. The next step is to select your proof of nationality which is either your a birth certificate or a passport.
  12. The next step is to select your means of identification which is either a; Driver’s Licence, NHIS Card, Passport, SSNIT Card, Tax Identification Number (TIN) or Voter ID Card.
  13. Afterwards click on the ” Save and Continue” button
  14. Afterwards, you will be prompted with the message “Do you want to continue and save the new application?” just click yes. Note that This action cannot be reversed.
  15. Afterwards you will be taken to the next section of the NIA Ghana card application form, where you will be asked  details such as Your gender, height, eye color, hair color , marital status, education . Just click on the appropriate responses and click on the “save and continue” button.
  16. Afterwards enter your date of birth, place of birth, occupation and hometown. Then click on the appropriate responses and click on the “save and continue” button.
  17. After filling all the all the 7 pages of the NIA Ghana card online application form, you will be taken to a declaration page.
  18. Just click  “YES” to the accept the declaration.
  19. Afterwards, there will be the option to download the completed NIA Ghana card application form.
  20. You will also receive an email confirming your application. The option to download the forms will be in the the email you provided.
  21. After printing your NIA Ghana card application form and gathering original copies of all mandatory documents such as your birth certificate, ID card etc, visit Any National Identification Authority (NIA) registration center near you with a printed copy of your application form to be attended to.

About The Online Ghana Card Application Process

Prior to the introduction of the online Ghana card application process, Ghanaians had to cue at the various centers where mass registration was taking place. The manual application centers could only register a maximum of a 100 people a day.

The online Ghana card application process is to reduce the time taken by an individual to register to more than half the time. The process of queuing to get your Name filled by an NIA registration agent is entirely done with by the online Ghana card application process, Also the process of queuing to have your details typed into the system by an NIA agent is also done with by the online Ghana card application process .
Note that the online Ghana card application process  is not entirely online, after filling and printing the NIA Ghana card application form, you will have to visit any NIA registration center near you or preferably to the head office of NIA due to the queuing at the mass registration centers, the people in the queue might not allow for you to be attended to.

Cost Of The Ghana Card Online Application Procedure

The Ghana Card is free of charge.

When To Receive Your Ghana Card

You should be able to receive your Ghana Card instantly, once you have done all the necessary requirements.
However, In cases of unavailability of electricity and internet connection, you may be asked to come another day.

Online Ghana card registration centers

After filling and printing the NIA Ghana card application form, you will have to visit any NIA registration center near you or preferably to the head office of NIA due to the queuing at the mass registration centers, the people in the queue might not allow for you to be attended to.

NSS Registration Centers For NSS Registration, Biometric Registration And Validation 2020/2021

Here is the NSS Registration Centers For NSS Registration, Biometric Registration And Validation 2020/2021. Below is the official Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) Registration Centers for Registration, Biometric Registration and Validation for the 2020/2021 National Service year. has been released. Prospective NSS personnel should visit any of the centers nationwide for their Biometric Registration and Validation for the 2020/2021 National Service year.

NSS Registration Centers For NSS Registration, Biometric Registration And Validation 2020/2021 For GREATER ACCRA REGION

  GREATER ACCRA REGION
ZONE A
 CENTREDISTRICT
BACKYARD OF MINISTRY OF INFORMATION  ACCRA METRO
  ZONE B
 CENTREDISTRICT
 FORECOURT OF NSS REGIONAL OFFICE GA SOUTH
  GA CENTRAL
  ALL EMPLOYMED (SL) NSP
  ZONE C
 CENTREDISTRICT
 LEGON PRESEC CAMPUS LANMMA
  GA EAST
  ADENTAN
  SHAI OSUDOKU
  NINGO PRAMPRAM
  ZONE D
 CENTREDISTRICT
 NSS TEMA METRO OFFICE ( COMMUNITY ‘2’ WHITE HOUSE) TEMA METRO
  ASHAIMAN
  ADA EAST
  ADA WEST
  KPONE
  KATAMANSO
  ZONE E
 CENTREDISTRICT
LADMA ANNEX, OPPOSITE ELWAK SPORTS STADIUMLADMA
 LEKMA

NSS Registration Centers For NSS Registration, Biometric Registration And Validation 2020/2021 For CENTRAL REGION

CENTRAL REGION
ZONE A
CENTREDISTRICTS
CAPE COAST Regional offices- RCCABURA-ASEBU-KWAMANKESE
 AJUMAKO-ENYAN-ESSIAM
 CAPE COAST
 EKUMFI
 GOMOA WEST
 KOMENDA-EDINA-EGUAFO-ABIREM
 MFANTSEMAN
ZONE B
CENTRE DISTRICTS
ASSINFOSU- Municipal HallASIKUMA-ODOBEN-BRAKWA
 ASSIN NORTH
 ASSIN SOUTH
 TWIFO ATT-MORKWA
 TWIFOHEMANG LOWER DENKYIRA
 UPPER DENKYIRA EAST
 UPPER DENKYIRA WEST
ZONE C
CENTREDISTRICTS
AWUTUBEREKU –  FOCOURT OF SDAAGONA EAST
 AGONA WEST
 AWUTU SENYA EAST
 AWUTU SENYA WEST
 EFFUTU
 GOMOA WEST

NSS Registration Centers For NSS Registration, Biometric Registration And Validation 2020/2021 For ASHANTI REGION

ASHANTI REGION
CENTREDISTRICT
NSS SECRETARIAT (KUMASI)STUDY LEAVE POSTINGS
 PRIVATE POSTINGS
 NURSES POSTINGS
KUMASI JUBILEE PARKKUMASI METROPOLITAN
 KWABRE EAST DISTRICT
 ATWIMA NWABIAGYA DISTRICT
 SEKYERE SOUTH DISTRICT
 SEKYERE CENTRAL DISTRICT
 EJURA-SEKYEDUMASE MUNICIPAL
 ATWIMA MPONUA DISTRICT
 ATWIMA KWANWOMA DISTRICT
 AFIGYA KWABRE DISTRICT
 BEKWAI MUNICIPAL
 BOSOMTWE DISTRICT
 MAMPONG MUNICIPAL
 AMANSIE WEST DISTRICT
 AMANSIE CENTRAL DISTRICT
 OFFINSO MUNICIPAL
 OFFINSO NORTH DISTRICT
 AHAFO ANO SOUTH DISTRICT
 AHAFO ANO NORTH DISTRICT
 MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY (KONONGO)
 ASANTE AKIM CENTRAL MUNICIPAL
 ASANTE AKIM NORTH DISTRICT
 ASANTE AKIM SOUTH DISTRICT
 BOSOME FREHO DISTRICT
EJISU AT NSS OFFICEEJISU-JUABEN MUNICIPAL
 SEKYERE EAST DISTRICT
 SEKYERE KUMAWU DISTRICT
 SEKYERE AFRAM PLAINS DISTRICT
OBUASI AT NSS OFFICEOBUASI MUNICIPAL
 ADANSI NORTH DISTRICT
 ADANSI SOUTH DISTRICT
KNUST AT GREAT HALL (FOYER)KNUST POSTINGS
 ASOKORE MAMPONG MUNICIPAL

NTC Licensure Exams Resit Results Checking Procedures 2020 / 2021

The National Teaching Council ( NTC ) has released the resit results for the September 2019 licensure exams and here is how to check your resit results for the September 2019 edition of the exams.

This article details all the steps involved in checking your NTC licensure exams resit results. It gives a complete overview of the entire NTC licensure exams resit results  checking process.

The NTC has finalized the release of the resit results and officially announced the release of the resit results for the September edition of the exam on 15th January 2020.

NTC Licensure Exams Resit Results Checking Procedures 2020 / 2021

  1. Login to exams.ntc.gov.gh   and click on “Result Checking”
  2. Enter the Serial Number and PIN on the voucher payment receipt given to you at the bank  during the registration process, to login.
  3. If you do not remember the serial number or pin, no problem. Just click on the “Forgotten Details” Link beside the “Submit” button”. This would take you to the recovery page where you can login without the serial number and pin.
  4. On the recovery page, you can either login with the email address and phone number you used for the registration or your Exam ID and phone number. Whichever one you choose to use, just click the “Submit” after entering it.
  5. After login, you would see your dashboard with your details and resit results on it. Click on the print button to print it.
  6. After clicking on the “Print Result” button the resit results page is displayed for printing.

Detailed NTC Licensure Exams Resit Results Checking Procedures 2020 / 2021

The resit results for the September 2019 licensure exams has been released just about two three months after the exams. Here is how to check your  resit results for the September 2019 edition of the exams.

  1. Login to exams.ntc.gov.gh   and click on “Result Checking” or just visit exams.ntc.gov.gh/results
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  1. Then enter the Serial Number and PIN on the voucher payment receipt given to you at the bank  during the registration process. And Click on the “Submit” button.
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  1. If you do not remember the serial number or pin, no problem. Just click on the “Forgotten Details” Link beside the “Submit” button”. This would take you to the recovery page where you can login without the serial number and pin.
  1. On the recovery page, you can either login with the email address and phone number you used for the registration or your Exam ID and phone number. Whichever one you choose to use, just click the “Submit” after entering it.
Result-Input
  1. After login, you would see your dashboard with your details and exams results on it.
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  1. After clicking on the “Print Result” button the resit results page is displayed for printing. Then Click on the print button to print the NTC licensure exams September 2019 resit results.
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NTC Licensure Exams Resit Results Checking According To The NTC

  1. Through the online portal

On February 27 2019, the Executive Secretary of the NTC Dr Mrs Evelyn Owusu Oduro, asked all those who sat for the examination to check their resit results from the NTC online portal at www.exams.ntc.gov.gh, using their personal identification numbers (PINs) and the serial numbers used during the registration for the examination.

The acting Executive Secretary of the National Teaching Council (NTC), Mr Christian Addai-Poku also stated that candidates who wrote the examination could check their resit results from the NTC online portal at www.exams.ntc.gov.gh, either by use of their personal identification numbers (PINs) assigned them during the registration or their examination index numbers.

  1. Through Colleges of Education / Centers Where The Exam Was Taken

According to the Executive Secretary of the NTC Dr Mrs Evelyn Owusu Oduro, candidates can also obtain their resit results from the centers where they sat for the exams. She made this known with this statement.

“Candidates can also obtain their resit results at the colleges of education where they sat for the examination,”

NABCO Preparing Beneficiaries For Permanent Jobs – nabco.gov.gh

The Upper East Regional Office of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCo) has organized a Regional Career Fair to expose beneficiaries to career opportunities and ways to develop their talents as part of preparation towards their exit from the programme after three years.

The Nation Builders Corps is aimed at engaging a total of 100,000 unemployed Ghanaian youth under various modules to work mainly in public sector institutions for a period of three years.

By the end of their three years engagement with the Nation Builders Corps programme all beneficiaries are expected to exit from the programme and get themselves into permanent employment in existing private and public sector institutions or start their own businesses.

“This is the essence of the Nation Builders Corp; we recruited unemployed youth and placed them in institutions according to their modules; we get these trainees to work and learn in these institution for a period of three years. By the end of this period, some will be retained for permanent employment, others will get permanent jobs outside the institutions they have been assigned under NABCo and some will start their own business. This is what NABCo is all about,” Dr. Anyars Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in an interview with journalists in Bolgatanga.

Ibrahim was in the Upper East Region to address trainees at the Upper East Regional Career Fair, under the NABCo Skills and Talents Road Show.

The NABCo trainees were taken through business plan and proposal writing, preparation towards job interviews and CV writing.

Other resource persons took trainees through steps to start business, entrepreneurship and counselling on how to make right academic choices,(for beneficiaries who intend to go back to school after the NABCo period.)

The Nation Builders Corps is being implemented in two strands, which are the working and learning strands, and from the year 2020, the leadership of NABCo has hinted that the organization will seriously monitor trainees at their various work places, to ensure that they all work and learn on the job.

According to Dr. Anyars Ibrahim at the end of the first year of implementation, a total of 11,000 trainees/beneficiaries were lucky to exit from the programme for permanent jobs and start their own business and hoped that as many get trained on the job, they will also secure permanent jobs or start their own businesses.

Director in-charge of Business Research and Skills Development at NABCo, Mubarak Bowan urged the NABCo trainees not to be so content with the GHc700.00 stipends given them, rather they should be learning and working hard to be retained at their various institutions they have been assigned to.

“This is the time, the platform has been created for you, we have invested in creating the opportunities for you to learn and work at the same time. For those who are with NABCo because of the GHc700.00, it is unfortunate. We want beneficiaries to take advantage of this platform to learn to improve on their lives and incomes after their stay with NABCo.” Mr. Mubarak Bowan advised.

The Skills and Talents Road Show is being held across the country and the Bolgatanga edition was the 12th edition. It attracted some NABCo beneficiaries from almost all the districts in the region.

Meanwhile, the regional leadership of NABCo is expected to organise similar Career fair at the district level, to ensure that all beneficiaries are covered.

NSS Registration For Private Applicants, Registration Procedures And Requirements 2020 / 2021

The NSS Registration for Private Applicants 2020 / 2021 Begins. The National Service Scheme (NSS) announced that eligible Ghanaians who missed the opportunity to honour their mandatory national service can now enroll for their mandatory national service.

A statement by the Corporate Affairs Directorate said, the NSS has opened registration for defaulters and private candidates for the 2020/2021 service year from Wednesday, January 15, 2020, to Tuesday, March 31, 2020. This was made known with the statement;

“The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) wishes to announce to the general public that eligible Ghanaians who missed the opportunity to do their national service in previous years and now wish to enrol to do the service, have from Wednesday 15th January 2020 up to Tuesday 31st March2020 to do so,” the statement said.
This group of people include candidates who registered and started but could not complete the service, private candidates who are qualified and wish to enrol, and Ghanaian nationals who schooled abroad.

According to the statement, eligible candidates who wish to enroll for their mandatory national service should submit their applications at any Regional Secretariat or the Head Office, from Wednesday, January 15, 2020, to Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Registration Procedures And Requirements For NSS Registration For Private Applicants 2020 / 2021

The statement said all applications must;

  1. have a letter requesting for PIN code or reactivation of PIN code
  2. A certified true copy of School Certificate or Transcript
  3. An evidence of Deferment Letter
  4. An Attestation/Introductory Letter from the institution attended
  5. A copy of any of the following National Identifications (Voters, Driver’s License, Travel Passport) and a copy of School ID.
  6. International students are required to upload their travel passport and other supporting documents on portal.www.nss.gov.gh as part of the NSS Diaspora Programme.

NSS Registration for Private Applicants 2020 / 2021 Registration Date And Deadline

According to the Corporate Affairs Directorate of the NSS, the NSS registration date and deadline for private candidates for the 2020/2021 service year starts from from Wednesday, January 15, 2020, to Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Ghana Card Registration 2020 Nationwide Begins

The National Identification Authority has announced the commencement of the mass Ghana Card registration across all sixteen regions of the country.
This mass NIS roll-out project will begin in Greater Accra Region from the 29th of April 2019 and end in the Central Region on the 31st of March 2020. The exercise entails the registration and issuance of smart, dual-interface Ghana Cards to 85% of Ghanaians aged 15 years and above.

Some Ghanaians have complained about the NIA’s delay with the mass registration although it started selected registration in June 2018. The Authority is however confident about the released date and hopes the citizens will comply accordingly.
Executive Secretary of the National Identification Authority, Professor Kenneth Agyemang Attafuah stated that the Ghana Card replaces other cards and that institutions who refuse to acknowledge the card will be breaking the law.

Adding that MoUs have been signed with some agencies such as DVLA, SSNIT, NHIA, GRA etc. as they will no longer produce sector-specific ID cards and save the country monies over the project life cycle.
Speaking at a press briefing Thursday, 25th April, 2019, Prof Attafuah noted that the agreements have been made with ECOWAS such that the Ghana Card and ECOWAS card have been integrated into one card.

NIA registration of children under the age of fifteen years will commence after the conclusion of the mass registration exercise, where they will be issued with 2-D bar code Ghana Cards.

“Every Ghanaian, aged between zero to infinity, is to be registered and issued with the Ghana Card. Ghanaians living in Ghana will receive the card at no cost to the individual, while Ghanaians living outside the country will pay a fee for the card.”
“The card is valid for ten years, after which every citizen will be required to renew it at a fee. Replacement of the card upon loss or destruction at any time will also attract a fee.”

The registration exercise will also cover Ghanaians in the diaspora and this will be in collaboration with Ghanaian Missions abroad and the Office of the Diaspora Relations of the Presidency.
According to Prof Attafuah, the registration will commence at 8am to 5pm each day (excluding Sunday and Public holidays).

Dates For The Nationwide Registration

Volta Region – 15th July 2019 ——— 1st August 2019
Oti Region – 15th July 2019 ——-– 1st August 2019
Northern Region – 13th August ———— 2nd September 2019
Savannah 13th August 2019 ——— 2nd September 2019
North East 13th august 2019 ——– 2nd September 2019
Upper East 12th September 2019 —— 9th September 2019
Upper West 12th September 2019 —– 29th September 2019
Bono 10th October 2019 – 30th October 2019
Bono East 10th October 2019 ——- 30th October 2019
Ahafo 10th October 2019 ——-– 30th October 2019
Western 11th November 2019 ——- 2nd December 2019
Western North 11th November 2019 ——— 2nd December 2019
Ashanti 10th December 2019 ——— 31st January 2020
Eastern 12th February 2020 ———– 4th March 2020
Central 13th March 2020 ——– 31st March 2020

Ongoing Ghana Civil Service Recruitment 2020 / 2021 – www.ohcs.gov.gh

The Civil Service Council invites applications from suitably qualified Ghanaians who are goal–oriented, results driven, innovative with exceptional leadership qualities for appointment as;

This was made known in an official Facebook post of the Ghana Civil Service .

DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLYCHAIN MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE OF THE POSITION

To provide strategic leadership for the achievement of the overall objective of the procurement and supply chain management function in the Civil Service.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Provide authoritative technical policy advice and support on all aspects and phases of the procurement and contract cycle within the Civil Service.

• Ensure the selection and career management of human resource in the Procurement and Supply Chain Class for efficient and effective service delivery.

• Submit reports on the procurement functions as required by law.

• Develop and disseminate best practices in Procurement and Supply Chain management to promote work efficiency (GIFMIS, Contract Management in Government Business, etc).

• Oversee the strategic implementation and revision of Procurement and Supply Chain policies and controls.

• Represent the Procurement and Supply Chain Management class in negotiations with key stakeholders and other supplier representatives for the purpose of concluding major National and Global contracts.

• Lead the development of Sustainable Procurement Terms and Conditions (T&C) for all Civil Service contracts to assure environmental, economic and social interventions in Government contracts.

• Coordinate the procurement input for the preparation of the annual national budget.

• Ensure the development of service-wide Acquisition Strategy which is consistent with all legislative, financial and procurement guidelines.

• Support the Attorney General’s Department in ensuring that all legal and contractual matters are addressed effectively and efficiently.

• Lead the development of systems to ensure proper contract close out process and that all relevant documents (both hard and soft copies) are available for post contract audit trail.

• Ensure the establishment of framework for the development and implementation of operational plans and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) relating to contract compliance and performance management.

• Design and implement in-house customs clearance and tax exemption facility to support service-wide clearance of off-shore contracted goods, equipment etc.

• Lead the conduct of monitoring and evaluation programmes to determine performance levels.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Must hold a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Procurement/Supply Chain/Logistics or equivalent in a relevant field.
• Additional qualification (minimum postgraduate certificate) in Government Contract Law is desirable.
• A Chartered Member of any of the following professional institutions or a recognized equivalent institution:
i. Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS)-MCIPS
ii. Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT)-CMILT
iii. Institute for Supply Management (ISM)-CPSM
iv. National Contract Management Association (NCMA)-CPCM

• A minimum of fifteen (15) years post qualification relevant work experience, Seven (7) years of which must be in a senior management position in a reputable public or private institution.

COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS

• Decision –making skills
• Strategic planning and management skills
• Negotiation and lobbying skills;
• Quantitative and analytical skills
• Communication and interpersonal skills;
• Performance Management skills
• International Commercial Arbitration skills
• Understanding of Government Contract Law and Interpretation of Government Business Contractual Relationships
• Understanding of Government Appropriation Bill legislation
• Proficiency in relevant IT applications
• Report writing and presentation skills

LEGAL FRAMEWORKS

Applicants must be conversant with the following:
• Public Procurement (Amendment) Act, 2016 (Act 914)
• Public Financial Management Act, 2016 (Act 921)
• Internal Audit Agency Act, 2003 (658)
• Alternative Dispute Resolution Act, 2010 (Act 798)
• Civil Service Act, 1993 (Act 327) Rules, Regulations and other related legal frameworks.

Salary and other conditions of service is as applicable in the Civil Service.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications should be submitted with the following supporting documents:
o Curriculum Vitae
o Certified true copies of academic and professional certificates
o A maximum of four (4) page vision statement and strategic Plan for the Department (in Times New Roman 1.5cm spacing in 12 font size).

o Addresses of three (3) referees, including telephone numbers and e-mails.

o The applications, together with the above-listed documents should be forwarded, not later than 31ST January, 2020 to:

THE CHIEF DIRECTOR
OFFICE OF THE HEAD OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
P. O. BOX M. 49
ACCRA.

NB: Only shortlisted applicants would be contacted.

Ongoing Local Government Service Recruitment And Postings 2020 / 2021

The Office of the Head of the Local Government Service ( OHLGS ) in fulfillment of its mandate of ensuring the effective and efficient day-to-day administration of the Local Government Service ( LGS ) in accordance with the Local Governance Act of 2016, Act 936 is recruiting highly skilled and result-oriented persons to fill the various vacant position such as: Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director.

Local Government Service ( LGS ) Recruitment Of  Regional Coordinating Director And Chief Director

Duties

  1. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director will provide leadership in the implementation of Government Programmes, Policies and Plans in the designated Region.
  2. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director will Promote effective coordination and institutional relationships among MMDAs, RCCs, LGS as well as other organizations;
  3. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director will Assess project proposals and contract agreements to ensure compliance with prescribed laws and regulations;
  4. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director will Assist in the formulation and implementation of new national policies;
  5. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director will Acts as an Advisor to the Minister, Head of Service and Development Partners
  6. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director will Ensures the development of the capabilities, skills and knowledge of staff;
  7. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director will Apprais direct reports and Undertake any other tasks that may be assigned.

Qualification And Experience For Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director And Chief Director

  1. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director must have Masters degree in Public Policy, Development Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Organizational Development, Public Administration or an equivalent discipline;
  2. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director must have a Minimum of Five (5) years relevant working experience as a Director or analogous position in the Local Government Service (LGS); and
  3. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director must be a Member of a recognized professional body is an added advantage.
  4. The Local Government Service ( LGS ) Regional Coordinating Director and Chief Director must also have the following knowledge, and skills mix: Public Financial Management, Leadership and Managerial skills, Excellent oral and written communication skills, Good negotiation and interpersonal skills Good monitoring and evaluation skills, Substantial expertise in Public Sector Management, Project Management and Local, Government Administration, Excellent analytical skills and Literacy in Information & Communications Technology.

Mode Of Application For Local Government Service ( LGS ) Recruitment

All interested Applicants must submit an application and attach copies of Educational Certificates, Continuous Professional Development Certificates, Curriculum vitae indicating the addresses of three (3) referees of which one must be professionally-related; and duly completed, staff performance planning, review and appraisal form for 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Applications are to be submitted before close of work on Friday, 31st January, 2020 to the address below:

The Head of Service
Office of the Head of the Local Government Service
Post Office Box MB 396
Ministries, Accra

Local Government Service ( LGS ) Recruitment Application Deadline

Applications shall be submitted before close of work on Friday, 31st January, 2020.

Local Government Service ( LGS ) Postings 2020 / 2021

The Local Government Service ( LGS ) postings 2020 / 2021 will be announced here as soon as it is released.

UEW Academic Calendar And Reopening Date For 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the UEW Academic Calendar And Reopening Date For 2020 / 2021 Academic Year. The University of Education Winneba ( UEW ) academic calendar and reopening date for the first and second semester of the 2020 / 2021 academic year for the various UEW campuses ; UEW Winneba Campus, UEW Kumasi Campus, UEW Mampong and UEW Ajumako campuses and for the various programme modes; regular undergraduate, postgraduate, sandwich and distance learning has been officially released.

The management of the University of Education, Winneba has officially released the academic calendar and reopening date for the first and second semester of the 2020 / 2021 academic year. The University of Education, Winneba ( UEW ) Academic Calendar is the official source of information on reopening date academic registration date, lecture start date, deadlines and exam date and end of semester date. Students are therefore to take note of the first and second semester academic Calendar for the 2020 / 2021 academic year below:

UEW Reopening Date For 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW First and Reopening Date for Regular, Sandwich and Distance students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

UEW First Semester Reopening Date For Regular Students 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW First Semester Reopening Date for Regular students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

  1. All Continuing Students of the University of Education Winneba ( UEW ) are to officially reopen on Saturday, 29th August 2020 for the first semester of the 2020 / 2021 academic year.
  2. While Fresh Students of the University of Education Winneba ( UEW ) are to officially reopen on Saturday, 5th September, 2020 for the first semester of the 2020 / 2021 academic year.

UEW Second Semester Reopening Date For Regular Students 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW Second Semester Reopening Date for Regular students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

  1. All Students of the University of Education Winneba ( UEW ) are to officially reopen on Saturday, 30th January, 2021 for the second semester of the 2020 / 2021 academic year.

UEW First Semester Reopening Date For Sandwich Students 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW Reopening Date for Sandwich students for the 2020 / 2021 Academic Year.

  1. All sandwich students of the University of Education Winneba ( UEW ) are to officially reopen on Saturday, 18th July, 2020 for the of the 2020 / 2021 academic year.

UEW Regular Academic Calendar for 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW First and Second Semester Academic Calendar for Regular, Sandwich and Distance students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

UEW First Semester Regular Academic Calendar for 2020/2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW First Semester Academic Calendar for Regular students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

FIRST SEMESTER Academic Calendar 2020 / 2021
Re-sit/Supplementary ExaminationsMonday, 17th -Wednesday, 19th August, 2020
Publication of Special Exams ResultsWednesday, 26th August, 2020
Arrival of Continuing StudentsSaturday, 29th August, 2020
Arrival of Fresh StudentsSaturday, 5th September, 2020
Orientation of Fresh StudentsMonday, 7th -Friday, 11th September, 2020
Registration of StudentsMonday, 7th -Friday 11th September, 2020
Medical ExaminationSeptember, 2020
Lectures Begin           Monday, 14th September, 2020
Academic Board Meeting to Consider Final ResultsFriday, 11th September, 2020
Mid-Semester Exams October, 2020
Matriculation
Mampong-AshantiSaturday, 28th September, 2020 (Morning)
KumasiSaturday, 28th September, 2020 (Afternoon)
WinnebaSaturday, 5th October, 2020 (Morning)
AjumakoSaturday, 5th October, 2020 (Afternoon)
Congregation
WinnebaThursday, 29th – 31st October, 2020
Mampong-AshantiThursday, 5th November, 2020
KumasiFriday, 6th -7th November, 2020
End-of-Semester ExaminationMonday, 7th -22nd December, 2020
Students go downWednesday, 23rd December, 2020

UEW Second Semester Regular Academic Calendar for 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW Second Semester Academic Calendar for Regular students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

SECOND SEMESTER Academic Calendar 2020 / 2021
Faculty Board Meetings to Consider ResultsMonday, 18th – Wednesday, 20th January, 2021
Publication of ResultsMonday, 1st February, 2021
Matriculation (Distance Education Students)
Southern SectorThursday, 7th January, 2021
Northern SectorSaturday, 9th January, 2021
Arrival of StudentsSaturday, 30th January, 2021
Registration of StudentsMonday, 1st – Wednesday, 3rd February, 2021
Lectures BeginThursday, 4th February, 2021
Academic Board to Consider 1st Semester ResultsThursday, 20th – Friday, 21st February, 2021
Mid-Semester ExamsMarch, 2021
Congregation
Winneba/AjumakoThursday, 15th – Saturday, 17th April, 2021
MampongThursday, 22nd April, 2021
KumasiFriday, 23rd – Saturday, 24th April, 2021
End-of-semester ExaminationsMonday, 3rd – Friday, 21st May, 2021
Students go downSaturday, 22nd May, 2021
Teaching Staff Compulsory Annual LeaveMonday, 24th – Friday, 4th June, 2021
Faculty Board Meeting to Consider ResultsMonday, 28th – Friday, 2nd July, 2021
Publication of ResultsMonday, 12th July, 2021
NB:
Good Friday  2nd April, 2021
Easter Monday          5th April, 2021
Entrance Examinations2nd Week in March

UEW Second Semester Regular Academic Calendar for 2019 / 2020 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW Second Semester Academic Calendar for Regular students for the 2019 / 2020 Academic Year.

SECOND SEMESTER ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2019 / 2020
Faculty Board Meetings to Consider ResultsMonday, 13th – Wednesday, 15th January, 2020
Publication of ResultsMonday, 27th January, 2020
Matriculation (Distance Education Students)
Southern SectorThursday, 9th January, 2020
Northern SectorSaturday, 11th January, 2020
Arrival of StudentsSaturday, 1st February, 2020
Registration of StudentsMonday, 3rd – 5th February, 2020
Lectures BeginThursday, 6th – February, 2020
Academic Board to Consider 1st Semester ResultsThursday, 20th – Friday, 21st February, 2020
Mid Semester Exams March, 2020
Congregation
WinnebaThursday, 16th –Saturday 18th April, 2020
MampongThursday, 23rd April, 2020
KumasiFriday, 24th – Saturday, 18th April, 2020
End-of-semester ExaminationsMonday, 4th, – Friday, 22nd May, 2020
Students go downSaturday, 23rd May, 2020
Teaching Staff Compulsory Annual Leave   Monday, 25th– Friday, 5th June, 2020
Faculty Board Meeting to Consider ResultsMonday, 29th June – Friday, 3rd July, 2020
Publication of ResultsMonday, 13th July, 2020
NB:
Good Friday  10th April, 2020
Easter Monday13th April, 2020
Entrance Examinations2nd Week in March

UEW Sandwich Academic Calendar 2020 / 2021 Academic Year

Here is the official UEW Academic Calendar for Sandwich, Distance students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

SANDWICH LONG VACATION ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR 2020 / 2021 ACADEMIC YEAR
Arrival of StudentsSaturday, 18th July, 2020
Orientation of StudentsMonday, 20th – Wednesday, 22nd July, 2020
Registration of StudentsThursday, 23rd– Friday 24th July, 2020
Lectures BeginThursday, 24th July, 2020 – 10th July, 2020
Matriculation
WinnebaSaturday, 8th July, 2020
Mampong – AshantiSaturday, 15th July, 2020 (Morning)
KumasiSaturday, 15th July, 2020 (Afternoon)
End-of-Programme ExamsMonday, 24th – Friday, 28th August, 2020
Students go downSaturday, 29th August, 2020
Faculty Board Meeting to Consider Sandwich ResultsMonday, 21st – Wed. 23rd September, 2020
Publications of Sandwich ResultsMonday, 5th October, 2020
Academic Board to Consider 2nd Semester Results (Regular and Sandwich)Thursday, 3rd – Friday, 4th September, 2020

Ghana Health Service Recruitment Procedures And Application Deadline 2020 / 2021

Here is the Ghana Health Service Recruitment Portal, Application Procedures And Application Deadline 2020 / 2021. The Ghana Health Service ( GHS ) E – recruitment portal has been opened for the recruitment of qualified personnel into the Ghana Health Service through its online recruitment application portal https://ghs-recruitment.com/ and https://mohcrp.com.

The Authorities of the Ghana Health Service has officially opened the GHS recruitment 2020 / 2021 application portal for the online recruitment of qualified personnel. The GHS recruitment portal is opened to enable Nurse Assistants, Preventive (Community Health Nurses) and Nurse Assistants Clinical (Enrolled Nurses), Allied Health Service Professionals And Pharmacy Technicians among other health professionals to apply for the Ghana Health Service recruitment 2020 / 2021.

Nurses and heaalth professionals after meeting the GHS recruitment requirements proceed to the stated portal in this article to apply for the GHS recruitment 2020 / 2021. The GHS entry requirement is a prerequisite for the employment of health personnel into the Ghana Health Service

Nurse Assistants, Preventive ( NAPs ) and Nurse Assistants Clinical ( NACs) who are part of the group whose financial clearance has been received by the ministry and are willing to work in the various health facilities under the Ghana Health Service to formally apply online by logging onto the GHS online application portal https://ghs-recruitment.com/, https://ghs-recruitment.com/2020/ or https://mohcrp.com and follow relevant instructions.

GHANA HEALTH SERVICE RECRUITMENT PORTAL 2020 / 2021

You can visit the Ghana Health Service Recruitment Portal for online application the following portal;

  1. GHS Recruitment Portal 2020 / 2021 official recruitment portal; https://ghs-recruitment.com/
  2. or GHS Recruitment Portal 2020 / 2021 year specific recruitment portal ; https://ghs-recruitment.com/2020/
  3. or GHS Recruitment Portal 2020 / 2021 general recruitment portal – https://mohcrp.com

Ghana Health Service Recruitment 2020 / 2021 Application Procedures

Ghana Health Service Recruitment 2019/2020 Application Form, requirements and Guidelines. Applications are invited from in qualified personnel for the 2020 / 2021 Ghana Health Service recruitment exercise. Nurse Assistants, Preventive (Community Health Nurses), Nurse Assistants Clinical (Enrolled Nurses) and Allied Health Service Professionals, Pharmacy Technicians and other health professionals can apply positions available at Ghana Health Service (GHS).

Ghana Health Service Recruitment Application Procedures 2020 / 2021

Following the financial clearance granted by the Ministry of Finance for the recruitment of Nurse Assistants, Preventive (Community Health Nurses), Nurse Assistants Clinical (Enrolled Nurses) and Allied Health Service Professionals, Pharmacy Technicians and other health professionals , the Ghana Health Service announces to the general public, particularly, qualified trainees who fall within the above categories that it will commence the recruitment process into the Ghana Health Service.
All qualified trainees who are part of these whose clearance have been received to work in the Ghana health service are requested to formally apply online by logging onto the online application portal https://ghs-recruitment.com/, https://ghs-recruitment.com/2020/ or https://mohcrp.com and follow instructions to select the preferred region within the service.

The Ghana Health Service wishes to inform the general public, particularly, newly qualified Medical Officers and Health Service Administrators that it will commence the recruitment process on 13th June.

Nurse Assistants, Preventive (Community Health Nurses), Nurse Assistants Clinical (Enrolled Nurses) and Allied Health Service Professionals, Pharmacy Technicians and other health professionals who are part of the group whose financial clearance has been received and intend to work in the various health facilities across the country are to formally apply online by logging onto the GHS online application portal at https://ghs-recruitment.com/, https://ghs-recruitment.com/2020/ or https://mohcrp.com and follow relevant instructions.

Ghana Health Service Recruitment Deadline

The deadline for submission of application is Thursday 20th June. The Ghana Health Service recruitment closing date for the 2020 / 2021 recruitment has been announced. Following the announcement of recruitment of personnel into the Ghana Health Service, personnel who are yet to apply for the GHS recruitment should do so before the recruitment closing date.

GHS RECRUITMENT CLOSING DATE

The 2020 GHS Recruitment Application Closing date has been scheduled as follows:

  1. Ghana Health Service Recruitment Application deadline is scheduled for  Thursday, 20th June 2020
  2. The GHS Online Application Portal will shut down on the same date at 11:59 PM.
  3. Once the Ghana Health Service (GHS) Online Recruitment Portal is closed, new applications will not be submitted.

Ghana Health Service Recruitment Contacts

For further enquiries, contact the Ghana Health Service through the address; Private Mail Bag, Ministries, Accra, Ghana. or call: 233 302 682709 / 233 302 687821 / 233 302 662014. you can as well Email : info@ghsmail.org