Philippine Air Force in need of nurses, starting salary at P51,679 plus benefits

    MANILA, Philippines – The Phillippine Air Force (PAF) is in need of registered nurses to be part of their troops attending to the sick and needy.
    Philippine Air Force in need of nurses, starting salary at P51,679 plus benefits

    Philippine Air Force in need of nurses, starting salary at P51,679 plus benefits
    The Philippine Air Force is in need of nurses | Photo Courtesy: Facebook/ PAF

    On their official Facebook page, the Philippine Air Force, made an announcement inviting nurses to be part of the PAF Nursing Service. It is a good opportunity to serve the country and become a flying nightingale.

    SEE ALSO: Philippine Army hiring nurses with starting salary at P43,000 plus benefits

    Aside from the security of working under the aerial warfare service branch of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, competitive benefits and compensation also await hired applicants.


    To qualify as an Air Force Nurse, you must be:
    • natural-born Filipino citizen
    • with good moral character
    • physically and mentally fit
    • between the age of 21-27 years old
    • with a minimum height of 5’0
    • must be able to pass the AFP Service Aptitude Test (AFSAT)


    Applicants must comply with the following professional requirements:
    • must be a licensed nurse with a minimum of 80% board rating
    • should also have at least 1 year clinical experience in any Level II or Level III hospital as classified by the Department of Health (DOH)

    Compensation and benefits

    Competitive salary and benefits await hired applicants:
    • chance to be a flight nurse,
    • will have a progressive career development
    • local and foreign trainings
    • healthcare
    • housing benefits
    • pension and retirement benefits

    Once hired as a member of the Nurse Corps, you will automatically be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Philippine Air Force with a gross salary of P51,679.

    For more information on the application, please contact the Office of the Chief Nurse, Air Force, Colonel Villamor Air Base, Pasay City.

    Mobile No. 0945 861 1205 or Email at cnaf2007@yahoo.com.ph.

    Please stay tuned on The Summit Express as we await further details on the application schedule and process from the Philippine Air Force.

    — Sally, The Summit Express
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    1. Hopefully babaan nila ung requirement sa board rating �� Para nman may chance din kaming mga below 80% board rating ��

    2. sana yong age requirement medyo taasan nila, kasi maraming qualified base sa experience kaso doon sa age magka problema,

    3. Paano yung mga may hospital experience pero di umabot sa 80% ang board rating? Sana mapansin niyo po comment ko kase interesado po ako

      1. Sir.. Yang post na yan.. Oct 2019 pa... Baka di yan legit

      2. legit yan ate ko 1LT Nurse Corps

    4. Pilipinas ng naman pati ba naman sa pag hire sa aming mga nurses may discrimantion pa din hindi naman ata necessary ang board rating kasi pumasa naman ata kami maxado nio naman kaming gina judge agad hindi pa ninyo alam ano kaya naming gawin e na judge na kami dahiil mababa lng rating namin tapos ayaw nio din kami paalisin kasi naka banned kami na mga health worker "justice' naman po

    5. Kung hindi kami qualified sa inyo, sana lahat ng Hospital lalo na po Government Hospitals may mga ganyan ding offer, paano kaming gusto nang umuwi dyan sa Pinas dahil nahihirapan din kami magwork na malayo sa pamilya namin, kaya naman pala ibigay sa inyo yung ganyang benefits bakit hindi sa ibang government hospitals...

    6. hindi sukat nag board rating .... asa capability ng isang nurse ang inatas na work.....

    7. Sana walang discrimination pagdating sa board rating at medyo taasan ang age requirement..di po yun sukatan ng pagiging skilled nurse

      1. Wala kang chance makipagsabayan sa doctor,atty,chaplain,prof. may schooling yan patalinuhan. may pmayer ka pang makakasama jan. so paano ka nalang?

    8. Kaloka, 80% board rating? Hndi nababase sa rating ng board ang quality ng education at skills ng tao. Parepareho silang may lisensya!


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