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TSC Advertises 14,000 CPG Jobs For Teachers

TSC Advertises 14,000 CPG Jobs For Teachers

In accordance with the Career Progression Guidelines, the Teachers Service Commission has invited applications from teachers — for various roles.

The commission has also invited applications for the chairperson and members of the Audit Committee, an organization responsible for examining financial statements and reports.

In an advertisement placed in local newspapers, the commission sought applications from suitable candidates for four positions of chief principal at Teacher Training Colleges.

In addition, 13,713 posts for secondary and primary school principals, deputy principals, senior masters, secondary teachers, head teachers, and assistant head teachers were advertised.

The commission also advertised 1,021 vacancies for teachers in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands and Hard-to-Staff counties to serve as principals, deputy principals, head teachers, and deputy head teachers.

Baringo, Garissa, Homa Bay, Isiolo, Kajiado, Kilifi Kitui, Kwale, Lamu, Madera, Marsabit, Narok, Samburu, Taita Taveta, Tana River, Turkana, Wajir, and West Pokot were recognized as the Asals and Hard-to-Staff counties.

“Applicants for vacancies in Asal and Hard-to-Staff counties shall be required to upload the letter of deployment to the current responsibility during application,” the commission said.

In 2017, TSC established the CPG for teachers.

The CPG specifies the minimum employment and advancement standards for teachers.

In addition, it describes the new grading structures and salary rates for teachers.

The document superseded the teachers’ scheme of service.

The commission has previously indicated that it plans to hire 30,000 schools before the January school opening.

The recruiting is anticipated to address the teacher shortage in both primary and secondary schools.

The commission has a nationwide shortage of 116,000 members. The 116,000 secondary schools are short 68,000 students.

TSC has been hiring 5,000 teachers annually; therefore, the hiring of 30,000 teachers is anticipated to boost the education industry.

Those tutors who have been unemployed the longest will be given precedence, while those who are already interning in secondary schools will be automatically hired.

TSC announced that anyone who obtained their teaching certification prior to 2010 and have not been hired by the commission will receive an automatic 60%.

TSC Advertises 14,000 CPG Jobs For Teachers


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