The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) announced the mass recruitment of teachers on permanent and pensionable terms.
Nany Macharia, TSC’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), revealed that the commission was is now hiring 2,945 instructors.
TSC will hire 2,053 primary school teachers and 892 secondary school teachers as part of a nationwide recruiting drive.
On Tuesday, July 13, 2022 , TSC CEO Nancy Macharia spoke to teachers at the Safari Park Hotel.
The recruitment drive, according to TSC, will allow the commission to replace employees who have left the practice due to natural attrition.
Those who were laid off, retired, deemed redundant, or died in 2021 /2022 are among them.
Vacancies in primary schools were divided into counties.
The counties with the most elementary school teachers are Kiambu (120), Kakamega (104), and Bungoma (96).
Secondary school slots, on the other hand, were customized to the institution and subject.
TSC’s official website will be updated with this information.
How to Get Started
Every applicant must be a Kenyan citizen with a TSC number.
Teachersonline.tsc.go.ke is the TSC Online platform where interested candidates should create an account.
Teachers will need to update their academic qualifications, including primary and secondary school certificates as well as university certificates, in order to register an account.
Applicants for primary school employment should have a KNEC Primary Teacher Education (PTE) Certificate (P1 certificate) or a Bachelors of Education (Primary Education) degree from a university recognized by the Kenyan government (with 2 teaching subjects.).
A diploma in education from a certified teacher training institution is required for secondary school instructors.
They must have a minimum C+ average in KCSE or its equivalent (one principle and two subsidiaries in A-level) and a C+ or credit pass in each of the two teaching topics.