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Job offers on needs basis only

Nasik Swami
Thursday, March 20, 2014

THE Elections Office has confirmed that employment will be offered on a needs basis to those who applied for the position of voter registration assistant.

In a paid advertisement in this newspaper, acting permanent secretary Responsible for Elections Mohammed Saneem said for those who took the test, the results were available on the Elections Office website on: www.electionsfiji.gov.fj.

Mr Saneem said based on the results, the office had collated an order of merit list and employment would be offered for varying periods of time based on the order of the merit list.

"Due to the large number of applicants, the cut-off point had been set at the level we anticipate being able to offer some employment," he said.

Mr Saneem said all applicants who took the test should check their results and confirm their ranking on the order of merit list.








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