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TSC Advertisement for recruitment of 1,000 teachers in 2022; See Available TSC Recruitment Vacancies in the Following Selected Counties

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TSC Advertisement for recruitment of 1,000 teachers in 2022; See Available TSC Recruitment Vacancies in the Following Selected Counties

TSC advertise5 5,000 teaching vacancies in 2022

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, is seeking to recruit a total of 1,000 vacancies in Wajir, Mandera, and Garissa Counties. See the full details below

In the counties of Garissa, Wajir, and Mandera, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has announced the opening of 1000 teaching positions.

The commission is looking to hire 80  high school instructors and 764 elementary school teachers, according to the advertisement seen by our media team.

The positions are long-term and pensionable.

To fill openings in the counties of Garissa, Wajir, and Mandera, TSC simultaneously re advertised 386 teaching positions (114 for elementary schools and 272 for secondary schools) on a contractual basis.

“To qualify for recruitment, a candidate should be a Kenyan citizen, be hailing from Garissa, Mandera or Wajir Counties, be teaching under Board of Management in Garissa, Mandera or Wajir Counties,” read part of the notice

The commission requires all interested candidates who are not natives of the three counties to be registered teachers, P1 certificate holders for primary schools, and holders of a minimum of a Diploma in Education for secondary schools.

“Interested and qualified candidates should submit their applications online through the Teachers Service Commission’s website, www.tsc.go.ke under ‘Careers’ or teachersonline.tsc.go.ke not later than 7th July, 2022,” TSC added.

The government has been giving financial resources, according to TSC CEO Nancy Macharia, so that we may hire 5,000 new teachers for our public schools on average each year.

 

However, there are still 114,581 instructors needed in primary and post-primary institutions.

The TSC director ascribed the shortage in part to the government’s 100% transition program, which aims to guarantee that every pupil who completes primary school is enrolled in secondary school to the fullest extent possible.

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