PDEA seeks Drug Enforcement Officers

  • August 10, 2017

DAVAO CITY Aug. 10 (PIA)- The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency is looking for Drug Enforcement Officers.

The PDEA Academy is slated to train a new batch of Drug Enforcement Officers as members of the Drug Enforcement Officer Basic Course Class 2017-10.

The tentative schedule for Qualifying and Neuro-Psychological Examination (QNPE) for Mindanao is on August 26, 2017 at the Davao City National High School.

To become a PDEA applicant one must be a; graduate of a bachelor’s degree, Second Level Eligibility for Career Service (either as Civil Service Professional, Board Exam Passer or qualified by the Civil Service Commission under special laws.)

The applicants must be 21 to 35 years old, for males they must be 5’2” in height for females 5’ in height. For underheight members of the indigenous groups the applicants must present photocopy of height waiver from the National Commission for the Indigenous Peoples or NCIP).

Applicants must submit the following requirements

a.) application letter (original) addressed to

ISIDRO S. LAPEÑA, PhD, CSEE

Director General, PDEA/Chairman, ICAD

NIA Northside Road, National Government Center

Barangay Pinyahanm Quezon City

 

b.) Personal Data Sheet (PDS)- (original) (CSC Form #212 revised 2017 downloadable from www.csc.gov.ph)

c.) NSO-issue Birth Certificate (photocopy)

d.) Official Transcript of Records (photocopy)

e.) College Diploma (photocopy)

f.) Certificate of Eligibility (photocopy).

 

Applicants must submit two sets of requirements.

 

For inquiries you can visit their website www.pdea.gov.ph/pdea-academy (PIA/RG Alama)

 


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