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FAQs About Working with Edo State

To apply, visit the Edo State Government recruitment portal at and apply. Once you are selected, life-changing opportunities are ahead.

  • Interested applicants must be a Nigerian Citizen.
  • Certificate of State of Origin duly signed.
  • Birth certificate or age declaration certificate.
  • Must be free from any criminal case in the past.
  • Must have SSCE, NECO, or GCE with credits in not less than five subjects including Mathematics and English.
  • Possession of B.SC, B.ED, HND, NCE, OND, or NCE certificate from a recognized institution.
  • Interested applicants must not be over 40 years at the time of application.
  • All candidates must have a valid means of identification such as a valid driver license, National Identification Card, International passport, Voters card, or National Identification Number.

You can check the status of your job application by contacting the Edo State Local Government Service Commission’s recruitment office.


Do not pay anyone who claims he will help you get this job.
The Edo State Government recruitment process is free.

The process for promotion in the local government service typically involves an assessment of the employee’s performance and qualifications. Employees who meet the criteria for promotion, as outlined in the service commission’s promotion guidelines, will be considered for promotion to higher positions.

To report misconduct or unethical behavior by a staff member, you can contact the Edo State Local Government Service Commission’s disciplinary committee. Provide them with details of the misconduct, including any evidence you may have, to enable them to investigate the matter.

The Edo State Local Government Service Commission provides various training and development opportunities for local government staff to enhance their skills and capabilities. These may include workshops, seminars, and on-the-job training programs.


Salaries and allowances for local government staff are determined based on the prevailing salary structure and allowances approved.