Monday, May 28

Federal road safety corps begin recruiting (their Porter is open for qualifier)


The Federal Road Safety Corps
has announced the process of
recruitment as approved by the
Federal Government of Nigeria.

The process follow by opening its portal to receive applications from suitably qualified candidates for
employment into the various
cadres of the Corps, namely, the
Officer cadre, Marshal
Inspectorate cadre, and the Road
Marshal Assistant cadre in a
nationwide recruitment exercise.

According to reports the Corps Public
Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem,
for the Officer cadre, candidates
are expected to possess a first
degree from recognized
institutions, NYSC Discharge
Certificates, and must not be
more than 30 years of age.

For the Marshal Inspector cadre, he explained that there are three subcategories namely,

Marshal Inspector I (MI-I),

Marshal Inspector II (MI-II), and

Marshal Inspector III (MI-III).

According to him, the
requirements for MI-I are Higher
National Diploma from recognized
Institutions, NYSC discharge
certificates, Registered Nurse and
Midwife, and must equally not be
more than 30 years of age.

The requirements for MI-II are
Nigeria Certificate of Education,
Registered Nurse or Registered
Midwife.

Applicants to this cadre must not
be more than 28 years of age. For
MI-III, Applicants must possess
National Diploma (ND),
Community Health Extension
Workers Certificate, and must
equally not be more than 28 years
of age.

Application into the category of
RMAII requires a minimum of 5
credits in SSCE/GCE/NECO/
NABTEB and must include
Mathematics and English
Language. For RMAIII, the
requirement is a minimum of 3
credits in SSCE/GCE/NECO/
NABTEB. Applicants into the two
categories of RMAs must not be
more than 27 years of age.

He stressed that Artisans and
Tradesmen equally fall into the
same categories of RMAs,
however, they must possess a
minimum of 4 passes in SSCE/
GCE/NECO/NABTEB, have Trade
test or other professional
Certificates, valid class of Drivers
licence (for drivers and bikers),
and must not be more than 28
years of age.

Kazeem stated that applications to
any of the above listed cadres will
be done through FRSC website
(www.recruitment.frsc.gov.ng),
and shortlisted candidates are
expected to come along with a
print out of their forms as well as
the acknowledgement slip for
screening.

While he stressed that the
exercise attracts no fee, he
maintained that applications must
be submitted within 6 weeks of
the publication of the advert. He
added that all enquiries should be
directed to 122 (toll free line),
08077690361, 08077690362, or
send an email to

He stated that other details of
requirements for the recruitment
exercise are contained in the
advertisements in some National
dailies signed by the Deputy
Corps Marshal (Admin and
Human Resources)

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