The Nigerian Federal Fire Service salary structure is the way the Federal Fire Service (FFS) pays their workers, this comprises of the payroll of the FFS on monthly/annual basis based on their rants and offices. Their salary structure is different from the Nigerian Army, Navy, Air force, etc.
The Federal Fire Service is a paramilitary body that is under the supervision of the Nigerian Ministry of Interior and the Controller General as its Head in charge of its operation. They help in rescuing fire outbreaks and other related emergencies all over the country.
Their offices are located at strategic places all over the country. They also ensure the safety of environment, lives and properties through frequent training they are subjected to.
The Federal Fire Service was scrapped out from the then Lagos Police Service Department in 1901 by the British colonial regime to fight fire outbreaks in the Government Reserved Areas of the Lagos Colony.
This article is for all aspirants seeking employment into the Federal Fire Service and our esteemed visitors that wish to know how the FFS workers are being paid.
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Federal Fire Service Salary structure According to Ranks
The Federal Government of Nigeria has established new salary structure for all the paramilitary bodies in the country. The Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure (CONPASS) provides an increase in the basic salary and allowance for all paramilitary organisations in the country. These are the salary structure of the Nigerian Federal Fire Service (FFS) according to ranks:
The average salary of Federal Fire Service staff – ₦800,000 – ₦1,000,000 annually (₦50,000 monthly)
It has being stated that the Salary Grade Level 7 is automatically moved to Salary Grade Level 8 meaning that the FFS salary structure is growing.
The highest officer that receives the highest salary is the Controller General of Fire Service.
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