- The Philippine
Army said they are in need of nurses, doctors and other healthcare workers to help in the government’s efforts against COVID-19
- Under the special enlistment program, the Philippine Army needs doctors, nurses, medical technologists, pharmacists, therapists, midwives, and radiology technicians among others
- Once hired, applicants will earn the rank of Private and will earn a starting salary of P29,000
Army has announced that it is currently holding a Special Enlistment for Health and Medical Allied Professionals.
They are currently looking for Reservist Enlisted personnel and medical allied professionals such as doctors, nurses, medical technologists, pharmacists, therapists, midwives, and radiology technicians among others.
Hired applicants will become part of the Regular Force and earn the rank of Private with a starting basic salary of P29,000. They will undergo basic mili
tary training and will be deployed in various COVID-19 medical treatment facilities in the country.
To apply, applicants must submit the following requirements: PSA Birth Certificate, Barangay Clearance,
Police Clearance, NBI Clearance, MTC or RTC Certificate of Non-Pending case, Transcript of Record, Diploma and Whole body picture (size 3R, colored).
Qualification for nurses include: must be 22-35 years old, Civil Status (Waived), AFPSAT (Waived), PFT (Waived), Background Investigation, Physical and Medical Examination, Graduate of BSN and PRC Licensed.
To qualify as aidman, applicants must be 22-35 years old, Civil Status (Waived), AFPSAT (Waived), PFT (Waived), will underggo Background Investigation, Physical and Medical Examination, a graduate of any Medical Course with with Basic Li
fe Support Training with Certificate/ID from Authorized agencies.
Those who wish to apply as Respiratory Therapist also have the same qualifications as above and must be a graduate of BSRT and PRC Licensed.
Those who are interested to apply may inquire at the nearest Regional Community De
fense Group (RCDG) and Community Defense Center (CDC) in your area.
Last April, the Philippine
Army announced that it has recruited 55 new registered nurses to help fi ght the COVID-19 crisis in the country.