MIAA Hiring: Airport Police Officers | PhP 29,049 Monthly Salary

Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), the country’s premiere airport, is hiring Airport Police Officers with a basic salary of PhP 29,049 per month.

Details of MIAA Hiring

The official Facebook Page of Manila International Airport Authority – Airport Police Department posted this announcement.

MIAA Hiring Announcement

The monthly basic salary of an Airport Police Officer is PhP 29,049. There will also be allowance and bonuses as a government employee.

Read: Salary Grade 2024 | Based on Salary Standardization Law

What are the qualifications to be an Airport Police Officer?

  • Natural born Filipino citizen
  • Person of good moral character
  • Baccalaureate Degree graduate (college degree holder)
  • Career Service Professional or appropriate Second Level Eligibility (Graduate honor, PRC license holder, Bar exam passer)
  • Must be 21 to 29 years old
  • With a height of 5’5” for Male and 5’3” for Female
  • Not more or less than 5kgs from the standard weight corresponding to his/her height, age, and gender

What are the requirements for the MIAA Hiring?

  1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (CS Form No. 212 revised 2017)
  2. One (1) piece of recent passport size picture w/ white background and name tag
  3. One (1) whole body picture (5R) white background
  4. Original copy of PSA Birth Certificate
  5. Original authenticated copy of College Diploma and Transcript of Record
  6. Original authenticated copy of PRC Report of Rating or Civil Service Eligibility
  7. Clearance (Barangay, PNP, NBI)

Note: Please be informed that NAPOLCOM PNPEE is only applicable in the Philippine National Police (PNP) and not for this hiring.

How to Apply

Aspiring applicants need to submit two (2) sets in red folders with blue tabbing at the Office of the Personnel and Records Section, APD Headquarters, Chapel Road, NAIA, Pasay City.

You can contact the MIAA Airport Police Deparment at 88771109 loc. 790 for inquiries and other hiring related concerns.

Source: Manila International Airport Authority

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