There have been a lot of research about the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC salary structure.
In this article, we will show you the full salary structure of the NCC as compiled by workforgov.ng. However, before we go deeply into today’s topic, let’s take a brief look at the NCC, what it is all about, their organizational structure and lot’s more.
About Nigerian Communications Commission
The Nigerian Communications Commission is the independent National Regulatory Authority for the telecommunications industry in Nigeria. The Commission is responsible for creating an enabling environment for competition among operators in the industry as well as ensuring the provision of qualitative and efficient telecommunications services throughout the country.
Over the years NCC has earned a reputation as a foremost Telecom regulatory agency in Africa. The Commission is hoping to catalyze the use of ICT’S for different aspect of national development. The Commission has initiated several programs such as State Accelerated Broadband Initiative (SABI) and Wire Nigeria Project (WIN) to help stimulate demand and accelerate the uptake of ICT tools and services necessary for the enthronement of a knowledge society in Nigeria.
In order to achieve its mandate, the Commission has put in place the necessary licensing and regulatory framework for the supply of telecommunications services.
To support a market driven Communications industry and promote universal access.
To be a responsive, world-class Communications Regulatory Organisation.
An Information rich environment, comparable globally in quality Communications service provision.
Our Guiding Principles
The Commission is driven by three guiding principles (Fair, Firm and Forthright) in carrying out its duties and functions as the National Telecommunications Regulator. These principles drive our Core Values.
Organizational Structure of the Nigerian Communication’s Commission
The Nigerian Communications Commission’s organizational structure is comprised of twenty-one (21) departments, including the four (4) departments under the Human Capital & Infrastructure Group.
The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) is the Chief Executive Officer of the Commission and directly oversees ten (10) departments, including the Human Capital & Infrastructure Group.
The Executive Commisioner – Technical Services (ECTS) directly supervises the departments charged with the oversight of technical standards, spectrum and engineering issues governing the Nigerian telecommunications industry.
The Executive Commissioner – Stakeholder Management (ECSM) directly supervises the departments charged with addressing the needs of telecommunications industry stakeholders including vendors, service providers and consumers.
The Board of Commissioners, of which the EVC and the two Executive Commisioners are members, is charged with the governance of the Nigerian Communications Commission and has oversight functions over all of the Commission’s activities.
NCC Salary Structure
The Nigerian Communication Commission’s salary structure is the same as other Federal Government parastatals.
The remuneration package for the NCC jobs is quite attractive and in line with the Public Service rule.
Like every other government agencies, the amount paid to NCC staff depends on qualification and years of service.
To get the accurate salary scale for NCC was a bit tedious, but the world is a global village.
From our gathering, an entry-level graduate at level 8 earns about N94,000 monthly before confirmation of appointment and that figure could rise to N120,000 after confirmation of an appointment.
Disclaimer: As at the time of this publication, we are yet to verify this salary structure with the commission.
NCC Consumer Portal: http://consumer.ncc.gov.ng/
NCC CONTACT ADDRESS
Nigerian Communication Commission
Plot 423 Aguiyi ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja, FCT 900271
Federal Republic of Nigeria