It’s common knowledge that illegal drugs are one of the most rampant problems of the country. Would you want to help the country in solving this problem? Do you think that you have the guts to fight off the drug syndicates all over the Philippines?
The PDEA or Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency is the agency responsible for the campaign against illegal drugs had announced that it has opened their recruitment program for DEO (Drug Enforcement Officers) this year.
To qualify as an agent, applicants must be;
- 21-35 yrs. old
- willing to undergo strict training
- willing to be assigned anywhere in the country
- at least 5’ for women and 5’ 2” for men
- a degree holder from any government-recognized institution
- a Board passer, career service professional eligible, or qualified under the CSC special laws
Fire Officer, Penology Officer and NAPOLCOM Eligibilities will not be accepted.
The qualified applicants should take the qualifying and neuropsychological evaluation exams. They should also undergo six months of Drug Enforcement Officer Basic Course at the PDEA Academy in Silang.
If you’re interested to apply, submit your application folder to the nearest PDEA Regional Office in your area. The folder should contain the following documents;
- Application letter addressed to the Director General of PDEA
- Birth certificate issued by NSO or PSA
- Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet
- Photocopy of Certificate of Eligibility
- Photocopy of TOR and Diploma
You may also email you application folder to this link firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact the following numbers for inquiries; (02) 897-5437 / 09185354378 or 0905351257.
You can also send it to this address;
Camp General Marianao Castaneda (PNPA)
After passing the interviews, qualifying and neuro-psychiatric exams, and undergoing the comprehensive 6-month training program at the Academy in Silang, Cavite, you will then be appointed as Intelligence Officer I which is an entry-level position. You will be receiving SG11(Php20,754.00) as based on the Salary Standardization Law of 2015.