Federal Road Safety salary – Ever been in position of considering to join the Federal Road Safety Corp or in position of applying for a Federal Job in Nigeria of which the FRSC is one of them? Have you been wondering what exactly is the pay packages and salary structures of Federal Road Safety salary of the paramilitary agency at all levels irrespective of the educational qualification of the applicant or staff as the case may be?
We are about to end your search and satisfy your curiosity as we bring to your finger tips, the current Federal Road Safety salary structure for ranking officers and Marshals, that is, for all educational qualifications.
The FRSC’s motto is “creating safe road in Nigeria”, is a government agency set up primarily and saddled with responsibilities for road safety control and organization within the 36 states in Nigeria including the FCT (Federal Capital Territory), Abuja.
In 1988 the FRSC was founded and ever since has been at the top of their jobs, making the road a safe haven for not just motorists but commuters too.
In recent times, due to the increasing population most especially in Lagos state and the unfriendly trend in the nation’s road traffic system which has given birth to an upsurge in road traffic accidents, Federal Government thought it wise to look for a lasting solution and a search for credible and effective manpower to help ameliorate this menace which is the reason for the recent job placement yearly by the corps.
Yearly the FRSC put up advert for job application from suitably qualified candidates to fill up certain positions where human resource is needed and due to the economic situation, lack of jobs and the insecurities attached to this, the rush for these positions are overly crowded due to the status of being a Federal job.
FRSC Road Marshals is saddled with the following responsibilities;
First and foremost, making the highways safe for motorists and other road users
Checking the road worthiness of vehicles (paper documents and physical components of the vehicles)
Recommendation of works and infrastructural facilities to eradicate completely or minimize the chances of accidents on the highways
Holding seminars in order to educate the general public about road safety tips
Educating motorists on basic road safety signs and tips on how to manage road emergencies
There are various levels or ranks as the case may be in the FRSC the Officers are different from the Marshals. The Marshals are the persons saddled with the responsibilities of making the road safe and confirming the well-being of the vehicles on the highways while the Officers are focused primarily with the administrative and ceremonial duties of the FRSC.
We are going to be listing them one after the other then provide a table containing the FRSC salary structure, which includes their basic annual salary scales and please note that these salaries depend on the educational qualification of the applicant.
Ideally, a B.Sc holder under this agency is scheduled to start from Level 8, HND holders are to start from Level 7, Ordinary National Diploma holders (ND) are to start from level 5 while O’level holders which is the least of all qualifications approved to apply for the FRSC jobs in Nigeria are to start from level 3 and grow through the ranks though they have a limit irrespective pf the number of years of service.
RANKS OF THE FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY (FRSC)
NO. FRSC OFFICERS RANKS / STRUCTURE
1 CM Corps Marshal
2 DCM Deputy Corps Marshal
3 ACM Assistant Corps Marshal
4 CC Corps Commander
5 DCC Deputy Corps Commander
6 ACC Assistant Corps Commander
7 CRC Chief Route Commander
8 SRC Superintendent Route Commander
9 RC Route Commander
10 DRC Deputy Route Commander
11 ARC Assistant Route Commander (Entry Point)
FRSC MARSHALS RANKS AND STRUCTURE
NO. FRSC MARSHALS RANKS / STRUCTUR
1 Junior Marshals CRMA Chief Road Marshal Assistan
2 DCRMA Deputy Chief Road Marshal Assistan
3 SRMA Senior Road Marshal Assistan
4 RMAI Road Marshal Assistan I
5 RMAII Road Marshal Assistan II
6 RMAIII Road Marshal Assistan III (Entry Point)
7 Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) MI-I Marshal Inspecto I
8 MI-II Marshal Inspecto II
9 MI-III Marshal Inspecto III
10 Senior Non-Commissioned Officers (SNCOs) CI Chief Inspecto
11 DCI Deputy Chief Inspecto
12 ACI Assistan Chief Inspecto
13 PMI Principal Marshal Inspecto
14 SMI Senior Marshal Inspector
FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY CORPS – FRSC ANNUAL SALARY STRUCTURE FOR OFFICERS AND FIELD MARSHALS (2021)
Federal Road Safety salary are basic net annual salaries, meaning that the figures given below are arrived at after all necessary annual deductions have been made.
S/N Rank Basic Annual Salaries
1 Chief Inspector (CI) ₦1,405,449
2 Deputy Chief Inspector (DCI) ₦1,325,234
3 Assistant Chief Inspector (ACI) ₦1,252,038
4 Principal Marshal Inspector (PMI) ₦1,143,539
5 Senior Marshal Inspector (SMI) ₦1,058,416
6 Marshal Inspector I (MI-I) ₦777,876
7 Marshal Inspector II (MI-II) ₦548 , 387
8 Marshal Inspector III (MI-III) ₦393,442
9 Chief Road Marshal Assistant (CRMA) ₦966,761
10 Deputy Road Marshal Assistant (DRMA) ₦539,048
11 Senior Road Marshal Assistant (SRMA) ₦387,428
12 Road Marshal Assistant I (RMA I) ₦349,589
13 Road Marshal Assistant II (RMA II) ₦319,741
14 Road Marshal Assistant III (RMA III) ₦305,576
FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY CORPS – FRSC QUALIFICATION AND RANK SCALE FOR ENTRY LEVEL APPLICANTS
Qualification Grade Level Basic Federal Road Safety salary Range per annum Possibl Rank
SSCE 03 298,506 – 330231 RMA-III
OND 05 329,853 – 374259 MI-III
HND 07 483,014 – 567065 MI
B.Sc 08 888,956 – 988,991 ARC
A very reliable sources within the agency, fresh FRSC trainees with O’level certificate earn close to 40,000 Naira monthly. while B.Sc and HND holders currently earn between N100,000 to 120,000 monthly. Then level 10 officers earn from N200,000 and above.
Aside the Federal Road Safety, other side benefits attached to the job are also enjoyed by the workers. They are entitled to soft loans from banks and other financial institutions, this is possible owing to the fact that their jobs are more secure and they have the backings of the Federal government.
Cooperatives are formed too to cater for the immediate needs and welfare of their staff, this gives a sense of commitment to carrying out their jobs with due diligence.
Kindly note that these figures are not cast in stones and are subject to change should the Federal Government of Nigeria introduce a new minimum wage, however we shall update the figures there be any of such.
As usual, we receive questions from our readers, therefore if you have any question relating to the complete pay package and welfare of the FRSC, kindly get through to us via the comment section below and we shall respond accordingly.