Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the underlisted vacant posts in the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT);


For: FCT, Rivers, Ogun, Bayelsa, Taraba, Osun State Wings


Candidates must possess at least a good University   degree in Education, the Arts or Social Sciences with a minimum of five (5) years post qualification teaching experience.  Higher degrees, years of teaching and Trade Union experiences will be added advantage.  Candidates must not be earning higher than salary grade level 10.

Entry Point: CONPSS 10


For: Rivers, Adamawa, Jigawa, Gombe, Cross River, Oyo, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Ekiti, Imo, Plateau and Kogi State Wings.


Candidates must possess at least a good University degree in Education, the Arts or Social Sciences with a minimum of three (3) years post qualification teaching experience, and must not be earning higher than salary grade level 09.

Entry Point: CONPSS 09


For: Oyo, Bauchi and Akwa Ibom State Wings


Candidates must possess a good degree or Higher National Diploma in Accountancy with a minimum of three (3) years post qualification experience, and must not be earning higher than salary grade level 09. Teaching experience will be an added advantage

Entry Point: CONPSS 09


For: National Head Office, Abuja


Candidates must possess a good University degree in law with a minimum of 3 years practice after call to the Bar.

Entry Point: CONPSS 10


For: For Cross River State Wing.



Candidates must possess a good University degree or Higher National Diploma in Co-operative Studies and/or Community (Social) Development. Candidates who possess GCE O/L, or its equivalent plus OND/NCE in Co-operative Studies or Community Development may also wish to apply.  Candidates must not be earning higher than salary grade level 08

Entry Point: CONPSS 08



Candidates must possess NCE, OND or HND Certificate or University degree in the relevant disciplines.  Adequate experience in relevant areas will be an added advantage.


Entry Point: CONPSS 08

II. EXECUTIVE OFFICER (COMPUTER OPERATIONS): For: Kaduna, Cross River, Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom and kebbi State Wings.

Entry Point: CONPSS 07

III. EXECUTIVE OFFICER (ADMIN)  For: Akwa Ibom State Wing and Head Office, Abuja

Entry Point: CONPSS 08


For: Adamawa State Wing.


Candidates must possess School Certificate or (CS III) GCE with credit Pass in English Language and OND.   100/50  wpm in short hand and typewriting respectively or equivalent professional qualification and must be literate in computer operations.

Entry Point: CONPSS 08


Candidates are advised to apply for not more than one position.Multiple applications will lead to outright disqualification.


Candidates applying for any of the positions must not be above Forty (40) years of age. Evidence of birth certificate must be attached.


All posts are pensionable and fringe benefits are attractive. Candidates must be very sound and robust in health and should be ready to engage in travels at very short notice.


All applications, in triplicate, indicating the Post and State, with photocopies of credentials and evidence of age, should be submitted, within one week from the date of this advertisement to:

The Secretary General,
Nigeria Union of Teachers,
National Head Office,
Off Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Express Way,
Sabon – Lugbe,




  1. To foster unity and progress among all teachers in Nigeria.
  2. To foster the spirit of active co-operation and comradeship between teachers and other workers.
  3. To raise the status of the teaching profession through improved quality of education and conditions of service.
  4. To promote and advance the course of education and the teaching profession throughout the federation and also endeavour to secure the removal of difficulties, abuses, anomalies and obsolete regulations detrimental to progress.
  5. To enhance the social and economic well-being of members and establish welfare funds for the benefit of members of the Union.
  6. To provide a forum for the co-operation of teachers and the promotion of their welfare, the interest of education and the teaching profession.
  7. To promote the corporate image of the Union both nationally and internationally by ensuring the continued existence of a strong, virile and well articulated organization
  8. To give leadership and stimulate interest in matters which foster national and international unity and understanding.

What is today known and called Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) was founded in July 1931 by the amalgamation of the first two teachers Associations in Nigeria, namely, Lagos Union of Teachers (LUT), formed in 1925 with its founding President as Rev. Canhon J.O. Lucas and the Association of Headmasters of Ijebu Schools (AHIS), led by Rev. I.O. Ransome Kuti, formed in 1926. At an inaugural meeting of the two groups held at CMS Grammar School, Lagos on 8th and 9th July, 1931, a Constitution was drafted and ratified and the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) was officially launched after accommodating other Teachers’ Associations from Agege, Ibadan and Abeokuta.

The following officers were elected at the inaugural meeting:-

  • Rev. Isreal Oladotun Ransome Kuti(National President)
  • Arch. Deacon J.O. Lucas(National Vice President)
  • Mr. T.K. Cameron(Honorary General Secondary)

These three officers became the first pillars of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT). Other key members at the inaugural meeting were Rev. Emmanuel O. Alayande, Rev. Seth I. Kale, Mr. E.N.E. Nkumo and Mr. T.J.O. Sanyade who was the protem Secretary at the inaugural meeting.

Subsequent consolidatory meetings were attended by other prominent Mission and Government teachers across the country.

The Nigeria Union of Teachers(NUT) became firmly rooted in the Western and Eastern regions with branches dotting parts of the North in towns such as Sokoto, Kano, Funtua, Minna, Jos, Bukuru, Kafanchan, Maiduguri, Makurdi, Agyaragu, Ilorin, Lokoja, Kabba, Bassa, Offa, Igbomina, Yagba, Otukpo, Jebba and Idah.

This followership from the North gave rise to the Northern Teachers Association founded in March 1948 through the initiative of the late Alhaji Aminu Kano and registered as a Trade Union on 31st March, 1951 and the following officers emerged:-

  • Shetima Shehu Ajiram(President)
  • Mallam Abubakar Tafawa Balewa(1st Vice President)
  • Mallam Aminu Kano(General Secretary)
  • Mallam Abdurahman Mera(Asst. General Secretary)

With the creation of States in 1966, the structure of the NUT was re-adjusted to reflect the different States in Nigeria in place of the former regional structure and to achieve a truly National status of Teachers Union in Nigeria, the leaders had a meeting of minds for the merger of the NUT and the Northern Teachers’ Association which later became the Northern States Teachers’ Union (NSTU) with the creation of States that split the North into six States in 1966.

On 27th May, 1972 the merger of the NUT and the NSTU was accomplished in Kaduna at the NNA School on Muri Road. An official agreement was signed by the parties under the Chairmanship of the Director, Institute of Education, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Dr. (later Professor) A.F. Ogunsola.

With the creation of more States in the country, NUT has thirty six (36) State Wings and FCT Abuja Wing, all with full-time Secretaries and complementary staff, with seven hundred and seventy four (774) Local Government Area branches all over the country

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