Nigeria Security and Civil Defense corps NSCD Ranks & Salary Structure 2019

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Nigeria Security and Civil Defense corps NSCD Ranks & Salary Structure 2019: Do wish to join the Civil defense and you are searching for information about the highest ranks and their salary structure. in this article, you will have information about Nigeria Security and Civil Defense corps NSCD and also how to apply for the recruitment.

About Nigeria Security and Civil Defense NSCD

Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) is a para-military institution that was established in May 1967 by the Federal Republic of Nigeria, with the act of National Assembly (Nigeria). The act was amended in 2007, to enhance the statutory duties of the corp. Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps is a para-military agency of the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria that is commissioned to provide measures against threat and any form of attack or disaster against the nation and its citizenry. The corps is statutorily empowered by lay Act No. 2 of 2003 and amended by Act 6 of 4th June 2007.

The Corps is empowered to institute legal proceedings by or in then and of the Attorney General of the Federation in accordance with the provisions of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria against any person or persons suspected to have committed an offence, maintain an armed squad in order to bear firearms among others to strengthen the corps in the discharge of its statutory duties

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The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps were first introduced in May 1967 during the Nigerian Civil War within the then Federal Capital Territory of Lagos for the purpose of sensitization and protection of the civil populace. It was then known as Lagos Civil Defence Committee.

Civil Defence Recruitment: Ranks

As we said earlier that we will show you the Civil Defense ranks read here, The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps have ranks just like the Nigerian army and police and other para-military They also have command structures. The lowest rank is that of the Assistant Cadet, while the highest rank is that of the Commander General the also has They have both the Cadre and the Superintendent Cadre.

Check Out the different hierarchy structure of the Nigerian Civil Defence Rank!

  • Level 3-5 – Assistant Cadre; this is the lowest cadre in the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps.
  • Level 6-12 – Inspectorate Cadre;
  • Level 8 – Assistant Superintendent Cadre I;
  • Level 9 – Assistant Superintendent Cadre II;
  • Level 10 – Deputy Superintendent Cadre;
  • Level 11 – Superintendent Cadre;
  • Level 12 – Chief Superintendent Cadre;
  • Level 13 – Assistant Commander;
  • Level 14 – Deputy Commander;
  • Level 15 – Chief Commander;
  • Level 16 – Assistant Commander General;
  • Level 17 – Deputy Commandant General;
  • Level 18 – Commandant General.
  1. If the person is a graduate, he/she will be placed at Level 8.
  2. An HND holder, on the other hand, he/she will be placed on Level 7.
  3. If the person is a medical doctor, he/she will be placed on level 12.
  4. A lawyer, on the other hand, he/she will be placed on level 9.
  5. A master’s degree holder he/she will be placed on level 9.
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Civil Defence Salaries Structure 

An officer of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps at level 8, step 1, would belong to the Assistant Superintendent framework and such a person will be paid up to N121,000 per month. An Inspectorate Cadre that is placed on Level 7, on the other hand, is paid around N69,000 per month

Civil Defence General Recruitment requirements

below are the necessary requirement and document all candidates must acquire before filling the application form

  • Candidate must be of Nigerian nationality by nationalization or by birth.
  • Candidate age must be from must 18 and 35 years old.
  • Male Candidate must be less than 1.7 meters and female applicants may not be less than 1.64 meters.
  • Candidate must be fully and medically fit and must not have medical conditions related to vision, hearing, stuttering, flatfoot, tattoos, etc. In addition, applicants have never undergone major orthopedic surgery.
  • In addition, applicants must be able to offer good health.

How do you apply for Civil Defence Recruitment 2019

Once registration starts, you can register online by following the steps below for proper registration

  • First,  you must Visit NSCDS with the official website: nscdc.gov.ng or recruitment portal: nscdc.gov.ng/nscdc-careers/
  • Then click on the link to the register.
  • Complete and view all online forms that you have received to prevent errors. Then submit your application.
  • Make sure you Print all forms that you have received as proof of registration.
  • Complete all forms that must be completed offline.

Civil Defence Recruitment Form Portal

During the registration for Nigeria Security and Civil Defense corps NSCDC, all registrations and information retrieval must be done in one of the aforementioned NSCDC portals;

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Candidates must visit the official website and then log in to the application portal.

Civil Defence Recruitment in progress for 2019?

Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps The recruitment form for 2019/2020 is not yet known. Continue to visit this page for the latest update 2019 of the Civil Protection news. Only candidates with the required requirements are eligible to write the exams.

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