The red fire trucks of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) are like brave knights wearing shiny armor, rushing through the streets to save people in trouble.
BFP: For Blaze-Free Philippines
The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) was established in 1991 with the purpose of providing fire protection and prevention services nationwide, in order to ensure the safety and welfare of the people of the Philippines.
The BFP has a considerable workforce of more than 25,000 personnel stationed in different areas of the country, which enables them to deal with various types of emergency situations such as fires and natural disasters.
However, their responsibilities go beyond emergency response as they also conduct fire prevention campaigns, training, and education programs to promote public awareness and prevent fires from happening.
If you aspire to pursue a fulfilling career that enables you to serve your community and create a positive impact on people’s lives, you should consider joining the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) today.
Join BFP: Be a Hero, Protect Lives and Communities
Are you looking for a fulfilling job that allows you to make a positive difference in people’s lives and society?
If so, the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) may be the perfect fit for you. BFP Region 2 is currently accepting applications for 105 Fire Officer 1 (FO1) positions as part of their Regular Recruitment CY 2023.
As a Fire Officer 1, you will be responsible for preventing and responding to fires, conducting regular inspections of buildings and facilities, providing education and training programs on fire safety and prevention, and assisting in disaster response efforts. You will join a team of dedicated professionals who are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of the Filipino people.
In addition to the rewards of serving your community, working with the BFP also comes with many benefits. Fire Officer 1 positions in BFP Region 1 come with a competitive salary, allowances, and benefits package, as well as opportunities for career advancement and professional development.
The basic salary of a FO1 in BFP is PHP 29,668 per month, which includes base pay, cost of living allowance, and other mandated allowances such as the PNP-RSBSA (PNP Retiree and Separated Benefits and Security Agency) contribution, and hazard pay.
To become a firefighter in the Philippines, applicants must meet certain general and minimum qualifications.
General qualifications include being a citizen of the Philippines, having good moral character, passing a neuro-psychiatric evaluation, medical examination, and drug test, and not having a dishonorable discharge or conviction of a crime involving moral turpitude.
Minimum qualifications include holding a Bachelor’s degree, possessing a Second Level Eligibility, being a certain height and weight based on gender and age, and being between the ages of 21 and 30 at the time of appointment. However, applicants who are 31 to 35 years old may still qualify with an age waiver.
The document outlines the requirements for interested and qualified applicants to apply for a position with the HRMS, Admin Division. The deadline for initial evaluation is set for April 17-21, 2023, between 8 am to 5 pm. The applicants need to submit a properly tabbed application folder with color-coding based on the province they belong to.
The application folder should include the following documents: an application letter addressed to the Regional Director, indicating the position applied for, a duly notarized Personal Data Sheet, a passport-sized picture in FO1 Applicant Attire with a handwritten signature over the printed name, and photocopies of authenticated Transcript of Records and College Diploma.
Additionally, applicants need to submit photocopies of authenticated Second Level Eligibility, a Certificate of Live Birth, and if married, a Certificate of Marriage. They also need to provide clearances from their barangay, mayor, municipal trial court, regional trial court, national police, and NBI. Photocopies of PhilHealth Membership Card, Pag-IBIG Membership Card, BIR TIN Card, and Authenticated Service Record and Attested Appointment are also required.
For applicants who are previous government employees, a Certificate of Non-Pending Case or Company/Agency Clearance is necessary. If an applicant has age and/or height deficiencies, they must provide a Certificate of waiver issued by the BFP National Headquarters. Applicants with waiver must attach the certificate to their application letter.
Applicants must include an ECG result with reading from the cardiologist or internist and a serum pregnancy test result for female applicants. The documents must be complete and personally submitted. Any incomplete documents will not be entertained, and application folders submitted beyond the date of evaluation will not be accepted.
If you are a qualified applicant and interested in applying for a position, you can submit your application through various methods.
Firstly, you can hand in your application in person, or alternatively, you can send it through courier or email. The application should be addressed to CINSP Marjorie Jenna A Aggabao-Resurreccion, who is the Chief of Administrative Division.
You can send it to the provided address, which is NO. 7 Dalan na Paccorofun Corner Pavvurulun Regional Government Center, Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City. Alternatively, you can send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ultimately, please be reminded that this job posting is for informational purposes only, and any information contained herein belongs to its rightful owners.
You may click the “APPLY NOW!” button provided if you wish to proceed in applying. May you find the perfect opportunity that aligns with your skills, interests, and goals. BEST OF LUCK!
Source: Philippine Go