Federal Fire Service Recruitment 2023/2024 Application Form Portal |

About the Federal Fire Service (FFS)

The Federal Fire Service is the principal agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria, established by an Act of Parliament mandated with the sole responsibility of mitigation, paramedical, extinction and prevention of fire and other emergencies as well as perform other sundry duties as delegated by the Honorable Minister of Interior.


Federal Fire Service Recruitment


The Federal Fire Service(FFS) is under the supervision of the Ministry of Interior under the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board (CDFIPB) established by Decree No.14 of July 1986 as the ‘Customs, Immigration and Prisons Services Board’ under the Chairmanship of the Minister of Interior.

Federal Fire Service Recruitment 2023/2024

Federal Fire Service recruitment 2021 portal is currently open for online application. The FFS recruitment form can be accessed via the Federal Fire Service recruitment website.


In this article, we will reveal all you need to know about the starting and Federal Fire Service recruitment closing date. We have provided detailed information and guidelines that will assist you in your application process.


These include the qualifications, requirements, as well as steps on how to apply for the FFS recruitment without any hindrance. So read on and apply all the guidelines listed here.


Please Note:

General Requirements for the Federal Fire Service Recruitment 2023/2024

Take note of the following requirements.

How To Apply For the Federal Fire Service Recruitment

To apply, follow the steps below:

Once successful, you will be contacted via e-mail and be scheduled for the next phase of the recruitment process, leading eventually to an exciting career with the agency.

From time to time, we publish the latest news regarding the Federal Fire Service recruitment exercise on this portal. So if you wish to stay updated regarding the recruitment process, keep visiting this website regularly.

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