NGO JOBS IN NIGERIA- Descriptive Guide

NGO Jobs in Nigeria

NGO stand for Non governmental Organization and they are organizations which do not rely on the government for the funding of their activities. There are numerous non- governmental organizations in Nigeria but a lot of people do not know how to apply for work in such companies and they also do not know how to apply. In this post, we give you all the details on non-governmental organizations Jobs in Nigeria.

HOW CAN ONE GET A JOB IN AN NGO

Getting a job in an NGO is the same as any other Job. It requires to apply either online or offline(this depends on the NGO that is advertising.) and it is also important to adhere to the instructions given by the NGO as this will determine whether you will be accepted or rejected.

PROS AND CONS OF NGO’S
PROS

Some NGO’s pay as high as N200,000 or more to their workers which will be a great starting point for someone who has not done any job before.

Working with some NGO’s will give you experience as some of them require their workers to travel often.

Some NGO’s pay huge benefits and allowances which some Federal government jobs do not.

CONS

There is no job security compared to a Federal government job.

Most of them are contract Jobs.

Some NGOs are located in regions that are not safe.

LIST OF NGOs IN NIGERIA

We decided to give examples of popular NGOs in Nigeria, some are international and others are local NGOs.

World Health Organization (W.H.O)

United Nations(U.N)

Health Corps

FHI 360

Mercy Corps

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

The International Rescue Committee

Plan International

International Medical Corps

Care International

Women Aid Collective

United Nations High Commissioner for refugees (UNHCR)

Gateway to health and Life

There are many others, but these are the few we were able to come up with.

HOW MUCH DO NGOs PAY

Like I stated in the Pros of working with NGOs, some NGOs pay very high and some even go as far as adding benefits which not only encourages the worker but also improves productivity.

Conclusion: Working with an NGO is a matter of decision, most Nigerians do not like NGO jobs because there is no job security but if you are having a hard time finding a Federal Government Job then it is advisable to consider working with an NGO. Please subscribe and share this post using the social buttons below.

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