Civil Defence Auxiliary Unit (CDAU) - Enforcement Officer

Civil Defence Auxiliary Unit (CDAU) - Enforcement Officer

Help prevent fires by ensuring that others abide by fire safety requirements. As a Civil Defence Auxiliary Unit (CDAU) Enforcement Officer, you'll conduct enforcement checks alongside regulars for violations against fire safety regulations and for fire hazards.

Previous experience as a fire safety manager is preferred. You will receive training on fire safety regulations and how to conduct enforcement checks so you can contribute effectively.

Key Details

Commitment Duty Timings
Minimum of 2 hours per duty, at least 16 hours per month During or after office hours, when there are enforcement checks
Allowance Rank and Status
Duty allowance of $5.20 per hour, regardless of rank
  • Your rank upon joining is Sergeant 1; Civil Defence NSmen or ex-regulars will assume their last-held rank if higher
  • You will have the same status and powers as SCDF regulars
Home Team Department Skills and Interest
Singapore Civil Defence Force Uniformed Role, Safety and Security

Who is Eligible

You'll need to meet the following criteria:

Only shortlisted applicants will be notified to come for an interview.


How to Apply

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Joining CDAU has allowed me to equip myself with specialized knowledge and skills, as well as the opportunity to contribute back to my community.

SGT 2 (V) John Joel Seow

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ASP (V) Seah Ching San, Paul

Volunteer Special Constabulary and Honorary Officer, National Police Cadet Corps

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