Explore the requirements and application process for the upcoming Federal Fire Service Recruitment 2023/2024. Stay updated with our comprehensive guide.
The Federal Fire Service of Nigeria, a key division of The Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board (CDFIPB), is opening doors for the 2023/2024 recruitment process.
An invitation is being extended to eager and qualified Nigerian citizens to contribute their skills and bravery to combating fires across the nation.
Is the Fire Service Recruitment 2023 Form Available?
The Federal Fire Service, a critical governmental department, is on the lookout for passionate individuals to be trained and join their mission of providing fire-fighting and emergency response.
The current update, however, is that the Federal Fire Service Recruitment for 2023 is NOT yet open, but the anticipation continues.
We highly recommend potential applicants to thoroughly understand the recruitment requirements before obtaining the Federal Fire Service Recruitment Application Form through the official portal.
Breakdown of Federal Fire Service Recruitment Requirements and Positions
Category A: Superintendent Cadres
If you aspire to the rank of a superintendent, familiarize yourself with the qualifications for the positions:
Assistant Superintendent of Fire II: A Bachelor’s degree from any recognized University or an equivalent degree from other tertiary institutions is necessary.
Assistant Superintendent of Fire I: This role necessitates a Master’s Degree from a recognized university and membership in a professional body.
Category B: Inspectorate Cadres
For aspiring inspectorate cadre members, here are the available roles and their requirements:
Assistant Inspector of Fire: Requires advanced NABTEB, NCE, or National Diploma from a recognized institution.
Inspector of Fire Nursing: Applicants must be trained, registered nurses and midwives from a recognized institution.
Senior Inspector of Fire: Candidates need to possess a higher education diploma from a recognized University or polytechnic.
Category C: Assistant Cadres
For those interested in assistant cadre positions, these are the open positions:
Fire Assistant III and II: NECO/SSCE, GCE Ordinary Level, or equivalent with a minimum of five credits (including Mathematics and English) obtained at not more than two sittings is required.
General Federal Fire Service Recruitment Requirements
In addition to the position-specific qualifications, all applicants must meet certain general requirements.
They must be natural-born Nigerian citizens, between 18 and 30 years old, of good character, and without any criminal records.
The minimum height required for male and female applicants is 165 cm and 160 cm, respectively.
Applying for the Nigerian Fire Service Recruitment
Applications are typically online through the portal fedfire.gov.ng. Submit only one application per job to avoid disqualification.
Also, remember the application is completely free.
The Awaited Recruitment
Though the recruitment process has not yet commenced, we encourage those seeking Federal jobs to stay alert and check back frequently.
When the time comes, the Federal Government will need committed firefighters to protect our citizens and properties from fire threats.
If you need additional information about recruitment, feel free to leave a comment.
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1. When will the Federal Fire Service recruitment begin?
The recruitment process has not started yet. Check the official portal for updates.
2. What are the requirements for the Assistant Superintendent of Fire II position?
A Bachelor’s degree from any recognized university or an equivalent degree from other tertiary institutions is required.
3. Is the application process free?
Yes, the application process is completely free of charge.
4. What is the minimum height requirement for male and female applicants?
The minimum height required for male applicants is 165 cm.
Female candidates must have a minimum height of 160 cm.
5. What are the general requirements for all applicants?
Applicants must be natural-born Nigerian citizens, aged between 18 and 30, of good character, and without any criminal records.