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.
|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||
|Home Team Department||Skills and Interest|
|Singapore Civil Defence Force||Uniformed Role, Safety and Security|
You'll need to meet the following criteria:
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified to come for an interview.
You will work alongside with the regular officers to conduct fire safety checks.
On the job training.
Our philosophy of involvement includes giving you the necessary orientation, opportunities for personal development, as well as awards and recognition for good service.
We will also organize bonding and enrichment to encourage interaction with regular officers and with other volunteers outside of your duty hours.
As a CDAU officer, you will also have group insurance coverage while on CDAU duty.Learn More About Awards and Recognition
For more information about this volunteer scheme, see the FAQs.
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