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TSC Announces Recruitment Of 35,000 Teachers In Both Primary And Secondary – Eagle News Feed

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC)

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC)

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Friday announced 35,550 teaching vacancies in primary and secondary schools.

According to the notice shared on Friday, December 9, the mass recruitment of teachers will help curb shortages.

“TSC invites applications from qualified candidates to fill the vacancies to support the implementation of Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC),” read part of the notice.

The vacancies advertised included 9,000 posts on permanent and pensionable terms of service for secondary school teachers and 1,000 posts on permanent and pensionable terms of service for primary school teachers.

The commission also announced teachers’ internship vacancies of 21,550 posts in junior secondary schools and 4,000 posts in primary schools.

TSC’s announcement came after the government pledged to recruit 30,000 teachers for the academic year starting in 2023.

How to Apply

Interested candidates are asked to submit their application online through the commission’s website www.tsc.go.ke.

Click on the careers tab to submit your application.

Also, applicants can visit the teachersonline.go.ke for submissions.

Applicants must upload copies of professional and academic certificates together with other relevant documents where necessary.

All applications should be submitted before Friday, December 16, 2022.

If the applicant’s names differ on different documents, they must present an affidavit sworn under the Oaths and Statutory Declarations Act, Cap 15 of the Constitution, when called for an interview.

The commission said if you apply online, you do not need to submit a hard copy version to the commission.

No payments are required of any kind.

Jay Ndungu

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