Civil Defence Auxiliary Unit (CDAU) - Public Education Officer

Civil Defence Auxiliary Unit (CDAU) - Public Education Officer

As a CDAU Public Education Officer, you will help spread the message of emergency preparedness to members of public in classroom based teachings or at community events.

Working with the Division Community Engagement Branch, you will be trained to deliver practical instruction on Civil Defence topics, from first aid and CPR to fire safety and unconventional threats. Gain valuable knowledge and share it with hundreds of others.

Teaching experience is preferred. If you are new to teaching, you will receive extra training on instructional methods.

Key Details

Commitment Duty Timings
Minimum of 2 hours per duty and at least 16 hours per month Shifts fall within 8.30am and 11pm
Allowance Rank
Duty allowance of $5.20 per hour, regardless of rank Your rank upon joining is Sergeant 1
Home Team Department Skills and Interests
Singapore Civil Defence Force Uniformed Role, Public Education, Safety and Security

Who Is Eligible

You will need to meet the following criteria:

Only shortlisted applicants will be notified to come for 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

Civil Defence Auxiliary Unit

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I take pride in working with the regular officers, PNSFs, PNSmen and civilian staff to maintain law and order, and to keep Singapore safe. I also enjoy interacting with members of the public during our patrols and roadshows. I feel I am part of a larger family and this keeps inspiring me to do my best.

ASP (V) Seah Ching San, Paul

Volunteer Special Constabulary and Honorary Officer, National Police Cadet Corps

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There's a place for everyone and as a volunteer, we can help reintegrate ex-offenders back into society by spreading messages of second chances.

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