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July 2022 TSC Mass Recruitment Guidelines; List of Applicants Likely to Bag TSC Advertised Slots on Permanent and Pensionable Terms

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July 2022 TSC Mass Recruitment Guidelines; List of Applicants Likely to Bag TSC Advertised Slots on Permanent and Pensionable Terms

TSC Announces 14,460 Teaching jobs To fill Teething Staffing Gaps

Even though the Teachers Service Commission has announced over 14,000 recruitment slots, kindly note that not all the applicants will get employed this July. Teachers with the following qualifications have a greater 1chance and definitely an upper hand during the July 2022 TSC recruitment interviews;

TSC Recruitment 2022: List of applicants likely to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms based on academic credentials-degree or diploma,

In the previous TSC recruitment, both degree and diploma teacher graduates were awarded a uniform score. However in this upcoming TSC recruitment, the Commission promised to review the TSC Recruitment Scoresheet to favour degree teacher graduates having cleared the backlog of diploma teachers who have overstayed without being recruited on permanent and Pensionable terms. This therefore means there is a ray of hope for applicants with degree qualifications since the peak mark is 35 out of 100 for those with the rare first class honours and 30 for second class upper.

TSC Recruitment 2022: List of applicants likely to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms based on disability,

Applicants with a certificate to verify their disability status from the National Council of Persons With Disabilities coupled with evidence of internship either internship extension letter or internship posting letters will definitely get the 5000 slots.

 

TSC Recruitment 2022: List of applicants likely to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms based on length of stay,

Applicants who graduated before the year 2014 will get a direct ticket in the upcoming TSC recruitment this July.

TSC Recruitment 2022; List of applicants likely to be employed on length of service on internship(contract) terms,

In the upcoming TSC recruitment exercise, work experience has been replaced by evidence of internship. Applicants who have worked on internship terms will be awarded a whooping 20 marks.

TSC Recruitment 2022; List of applicants likely to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms based on communication ability-eloquency,

Since eloquency is a key aspect in communication and the teaching/learning process heavily relies on effective communication, teachers who are bold, outspoken and eloquent will definitely get absorbed on permanent and pensionable terms.

TSC Recruitment 2022; List of applicants likely to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms based on talents and ability to coach learners to realize their potential and talents,

Since education is a holistic process of acquiring knowledge, skills and values, a teacher is expected to not only impart knowledge but also inspire and guide learners to fully realize their potential besides making use of their talents.

Teachers who have successfully coached learners in athletics, games, drama and music festivals up to extra county or national levels stand a better chance of being absorbed into permanent and pensionable terms.

TSC Recruitment 2022; List of applicants likely to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms based on the ability to network and collaborate with the community,

Collaboration and networking is one of the key pillars in the ongoing Teacher Performance Appraisal  Development,TPAD assessment process.

Teachers with evidence of networking and working together with the community are in for a win in the upcoming July 2022 TSC Recruitment exercise.

General TSC Recruitment Guidelines

All applicants must be registered teachers as per Section 23 (1) of the Teachers Service Commission Act, 2012. Applicants who are not registered do not qualify to be recruited.

Applicants who apply for confirmation of results from KNEC should give the address of the County Director where they have submitted their applications.

Applicants whose names differ in the certificates and/or identity cards are required to present sworn affidavit on the difference in names.

Applicants who re-sat either KCPE or KCSE examinations (or their equivalents) MUST present certified copies of the certificate(s) of the national examination(s) in question for all attempts.

Applicants will be required to submit their applications to the Secretary Teachers Service Commission through online platform http://www.teacheronline.tsc.go.ke for the institution where a vacancy has been declared.

 

TSC LIST OF DOCUMENTS THAT YOU MUST SUBMIT DURING RECRUITMENT INTERVIEWS

Upon invitation for interview, applicants will be expected to appear with originals and clear copies of the following documents:

S/N Required Documents
1 National ID
2 NCPWD card
3 KCPE Certificate
4 KCSE Certificate
5 Diploma/ Degree Certificcate
6 TSC Certificate of Registration
7 TSC internship evidence
8 Sworn affidavit
9 Primary Leaving Certificate
10 Secondary Leaving Certificate

i) National identification card
ii) National Council of Persons with Disability (NCPWD) Card (where applicable);
iii) KCPE certificate or its equivalent (include certificates for attempts if one repeated exams);
iv) KCSE certificates or its equivalent (include certificates for attempts if one repeated exams);
v) Diploma/Degree certificate and official transcripts;
vi) Certificate of Registration as a teacher;
vii) Evidence of service as a teacher intern (where applicable);
viii) Sworn Affidavit where names appearing on the submitted documents differ;
ix) Primary and Secondary School leaving certificates and other relevant testimonials.

The date, venue and time of the interview should be displayed on notice boards at the County, Sub-Counties, Zonal and Institutional offices.

Heads of Institutions should communicate to all shortlisted applicants through SMS (Short Message Service) at least seven (7) days before the actual date of interview. This provision MUST be strictly observed to ensure that all applicants are notified of the date of the interview, venue and time.

Applicants to be given priority during recruitment
S/N Nature of Applicant Description
1 Disabilty Applicant (s) with disability(ies)
2 Intern Offered Service as a teacher intern
3 Fresh Preference to applicants who had not been previously employed by the Commission
4 Early graduates Preference to applicants who graduated earlier
5 Teaching Practice If the applicants tie at the aggregate grade, the teaching practice grades should be used

All applicants, irrespective of gender, disability, ethnicity or Home County should be given equal opportunity. However, in case of a tie, consideration will be given on the following aspects in their order of priority:

i) Applicant (s) with disability(ies);
ii) Service as a teacher intern;

 

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