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TSC Advertises Slightly Over 1,200 Recruitment Vacancies to be Filled in July/August 2022

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TSC Advertises Slightly Over 1, 200 Recruitment Vacancies to be Filled in July/August 2022

 

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has advertised slightly over 1,200 teaching vacancies for teachers hailing from and willing to work in the far-flung North Eastern region counties that encompass Garissa, Moyale, and Mandera. The commission is seeking to hire teachers on both permanent, pensionable(844), and contractual terms(386).

TSC List of Available Teaching Vacancies as of July-August 2022

S. No Number of TSC Recruitment Vacancies Category Counties Type of Recruitment Vacancies Type of Service Retirement Plan Minimum Qualifications
1 764 Vacancies Primary Mandera, Garissa and Moyale Permanent and Pensionable  

 

Career Progression Guidelines, CPGs

Public Service Super Annulation Scheme(PSSS) A TSC registration certificate and TSC number
2 80 vacancies Secondary Schools Mandera, Garissa and Moyale Permanent and Pensionable Career Progression Guidelines, CPGs Public Service Super Annulation Scheme(PSSS) A TSC registration certificate and TSC number

TSC Recruitment Vacancies for Teachers Seeking Internship Teaching Positions in 2022

In the same breath, TSC also re-advertised 386 teacher posts (114 for primary schools and 272 for secondary schools) on contractual terms to fill vacancies in Garissa, Wajir, and Mandera counties.

S. No Number of TSC Internship Recruitment Vacancies Category Counties Type of Recruitment Vacancies Type of Service Retirement Plan Minimum Qualifications
1 114 TSC Internship Vacancies Primary Mandera, Garissa and Moyale Permanent and Pensionable  

 

Career Progression Guidelines, CPGs

Public Service Super Annulation Scheme(PSSS) A TSC registration certificate and TSC number
2 272 TSC Internship Teaching  vacancies Secondary Schools Mandera, Garissa and Moyale Permanent and Pensionable Career Progression Guidelines, CPGs Public Service Super Annulation Scheme(PSSS) A TSC registration certificate and TSC number

“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.

Interested candidates who are not from the three counties need to be registered teachers with the commission, be holders of P1 certificates in the case of primary schools, and a minimum of a Diploma in Education in the case of 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.

According to TSC boss Nancy Macharia, the government has been allocating funding resources to allow us to recruit an average of 5,000 teachers annually for our public schools. However,  primary and post-primary institutions still have a shortage of 114,581 teachers.

The TSC boss attributed the shortage partly to the 100% transition policy by the government, which seeks to ensure all students who complete their primary education are fully enrolled in secondary schools.

TSC Recruitment Application Deadline July 2022

“Merit lists generated during this recruitment for both primary and secondary schools will be used in subsequent recruitment processes within the financial year,” the circular reads.

The deadline for submission of applications is July 7, and the list of shortlisted candidates will be uploaded on the commission’s website on July, 15.

According to the 2021 Annual Report of TSC, teacher shortage in primary and secondary schools stood at 99,213.

The report, which was presented to the National Assembly, said the figure represented 44,134 and 55,079 teachers for primary and secondary schools respectively.

Under the Medium-Term Plan III of the Vision 2030, the government empowered TSC to recruit 5,000 teachers annually to alleviate the teacher shortage.

In an effort to support the implementation of CBC, the commission trained 131,275 master trainers and teachers.

During the period, 42,795 teachers were registered.

In addition, 13,124 teachers were employed by the commission and 6,705 teachers were posted, transferred, or deployed in different stations.

Some 8,124 exited service through natural attrition, while a further, 12,000 intern teachers were hired.

Also, 115,110 teachers were promoted through a competitive process, affirmative action, and common cadre establishment, the report said.

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