Federal Fire Service Shortlisted Candidates 2023/2024|| See Full List

Federal Fire Service Shortlisted Candidates 2023/2024. Click here to see how you can access the portal for the 2023 FFS Shortlisted Candidates.

Federal Fire Service Shortlisted Candidates 2023/2024

If you had applied for the federal fire service recruitment then there is every likelihood that your name might be among the list of shortlisted candidates who will be sitting for the FFS aptitude test and screening coming up soon.

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How to Check the Federal Fire Service Shortlisted Candidates 2023

The list containing the Federal Fire Service shortlisted names is yet to be published. The management of the Federal Fire Service is yet to release the list of selected candidates for the screening exercise which is part of the selection process.

All candidates are to wait patiently for the list to be published on the official Federal Fire Service recruitment portal. Read on to see how to check your name once the list is published.

To check if you have been pre-selected for the screening exercise, follow the procedures below.

  • Visit the official Federal Fire Service shortlisted portal via www.fedfire.gov.ng
  • Scroll down to the middle of the home page
  • Under Shortlisted Candidates click View Full List
  • Base on the post you applied for, click on the date to see if you have been selected.
The Federal Fire Service officials have stated that the scheduled Federal Fire Service physical training which is part of the recruitment process for all pre-qualified candidates will be held this year, adding that the Federal Fire Service training will last for two (2) weeks.
Federal Fire Service workers make between ₦800,000 and ₦1,400,000 per year on average (we can say that they earn ₦50-120,000 monthly). The largest salary is paid to the General of the Federal Fire Service, which is roughly 1.4 million Naira.



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