BFP-XI needs 93 fire officers

  • March 10, 2017
  • Michael Uy

NABUNTURAN, Compostela Valley, March 10 (PIA) - - The Bureau of Fire Protection XI is in need of 93 Fire Officer 1 (FO1).

 

Compostela Valley Provincial Fire Marshal Randolf Arbutante bared in an interview that they are looking for men and women aging 21 to 30 years old to join their force.

 

According to the agency's poster, the applicant must be a bachelor degree holder with second level eligibility, who are preferably mechanic, engineer, or driver with unexpired professional driver's license with restriction 2 and 3 and TESDA NC III in Driving.

 

It also states that the applicant must be at least 5 feet and 4 inches or 1.62 meters in height for male or 5 feet and 2 inches or 1.57 meters for female; and weighed not more or less than five kilograms based on their standard body mass index.

 

The FO1 positions are open only for Filipino citizens, who have a good moral character, passed neuro-psychiatric evaluation, medical examination and drug test, have not bee dishonorably discharged or dismissed for cause from previous employment, and have not been convicted by final judgement of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude.

 

Fire Marshal Arbutante said that interested applicants must submit their requirements at the BFP-Regional Office in Davao City on or before March 31.

 

He said that the requirements must be submitted in a green folder containing the application letter, handwritten personal data sheet, transcript of records; college diploma; certification, authorization and verificaiton (CAV); eligibility; NSO birth certificate; NSO married certificate and birth certificate of children, whichever is applicable; certificate of Waiver granted by the BFP chief if applicable; and clearances from the barangay, mayor, municipal trail court, regional trial court, fiscal, police and National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).

 

Arbutante also said that they could also approach their local fire station for inquiries about the vacancy. (PIA11, Michael Uy)


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