What you need to Know
The Federal Government seeks to encourage non-compliant and partially compliant taxpayers to come clean and declare and pay their appropriate tax due to the government.A minimum of 3,700 N-Power volunteers will be selected to work as Community Tax Liaison Officers to work in their states of residence with the state's tax authorities. The N-Power community tax liaison officers will have the following key responsibilities which will include answering online inquiries, customer management, creating awareness of tax compliance.
→ Unemployed graduates or non graduates
→ Currently Unemployed
→ Must be a graduate (Bachelors or Higher National Diploma)
→ Must have completed the mandatory National Youth Service Corps Programme
→ Aged 18-35
→ Selection Preference Disciplines: Bachelor’s degree or Higher National Diploma (HND) in Economics, Law, Finance, Psychology and other allied disciplines in the social sciences.
Knowledge and experience:Essential
→ Good knowledge of Microsoft office tools
→ Good written and spoken English
→ Good phone etiquette
→ Excellent Analytical and Diagnostic aptitude
→ Desirable: knowledge of tax laws and administration in Nigeria
- → 2 Years
Ultimately, N-Power Tax volunteers can aspire to a life-long career in finance or allied fields. Possible destinations include:
→ Tax Assessor/ Collector.
→ Financial Analyst
→ Tax Auditor
→ Legal and Compliance Manager