Federal Fire Service List of Shortlisted Candidates for 2018 Recruitment Released.
The Fedfire service shortlisted candidate 2018 details can be seen here. Following the online application for the 2018 Nigerian Federal Fire Service (FFS) Recruitment, the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board (CDFIPB) is pleased to inform the General public as well as all those who applied for the last concluded recruitment exercise that the list of shortlisted candidates has been released.
The Shortlisted Applications are hereby requested to use the links and procedure below to print out their INVITATION LETTER for physical screening and aptitude test.
List of Shortlisted Candidates for Federal Fire Service 2018:
The list of Fedfire shortlisted candidates 2018 is divided into two sections, one for Senior Officers, the other for the Junior Officers.
To check if you have been selected, you will need the email address used during your registration as well as the online application number given to you during registration.
- Visit http://www.cdfipb.careers/invitation/senior to check Application Status for Senior Officers.
Enter your Email and Application ID to login.
Also, click http://www.cdfipb.careers/invitation/junior to check Application Status for Junior Officers.
Enter your Email and Mobile Number to check.
INSTRUCTIONS TO SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES:
You are required to come along with the following items:
-Print out of Invitation Letter
-Print out of Application Confirmation slip with ID number.
-Completed Referee/ Guarantor’s Form.
-Recent Medical Certificate of Fitness obtained from a Government Hospital.
-Originals of your Credentials.
-A pair of White Canvas, White Short and Vest, White Stockings and
-2B Pencil and Erazer.
ABOUT CDFIPB: The Civil Defence, Immigration and Prisons Service Board (CDIPB) was established by Decree No. 14 of July, 1986 as the ‘Customs, Immigration and Prisons Services Board’ under the Chairmanship of the Honourable Minister of Internal Affairs. The Board was charged with the responsibility of administering the Customs and Excise Management Act (CEMA) of 1958, the Immigration Act of 1963 and the Prisons Act of 1972.