1000 Teachers To Get Employment Letters: Here Is The Salary And Distribution Per County

By Getrude Mathayo / Published October 13, 2021 | 4:11 pm




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More than 1,000 primary school teachers are set to be issued employment and depositing letters from October 2021. TSC advertised recruitment vacancies in July 2021 for teachers wishing to join the commission to apply.


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More than 1,000 primary school teachers are set to be issued employment and depositing letters from October 2021. TSC advertised recruitment vacancies in July 2021 for teachers wishing to join the commission to apply.

The Teachers Service Commission has of late been making the teachers happy through promotions. However, this joy is for only the teachers who have furthered their studies and got the certificates of higher education.

The majority of the teachers have been promoted to administrative positions as senior teachers, deputy headteachers, and headteachers.

TSC advertised 1,995 internship posts for both primary and secondary school teachers. 1,038 slots were for primary school and 957 posts were for secondary school.

Currently, the teachers are eagerly waiting for their deployment letters in the recently advertised 1000 posts. TSC in its roadmap clearly stated that these teachers would report to schools by the 1st of September. However, these teachers may wait longer for their deployment letters.

In the 2019 deployment, the teachers applied in August and were to join schools in January 2020. Unfortunately, the majority received their letters in March. The same happened in last year’s deployment where some teachers received their letters as late as July this year.

The 9000 teachers under normal recruitment who applied at the same time as the practicing primary school teachers are already receiving their letters but the teachers waiting for deployment have not started receiving theirs. Going by the previous two trends, these teachers may wait longer than the TSC date that has already passed.

Requirements for applicants

  1. Be a Kenyan citizen
  2. Be a registered teacher with the Teachers Service Commission
  3. Be a holder of a P1 Certificate for Primary school teachers and a minimum of a Diploma in Education Certificate for Secondary school teachers
  4. Have an original academic and professional certificate.
  5. Should not have been in previous employment with the TSC as a teacher on permanent terms.
  6. Be ready to be posted to any public educational institution in Kenya.
  7. Must have a personal Accident Insurance to cover for Personal risks during the internship period

Though, TSC said this is not a remunerative engagement, interns attached to the primary schools and secondary schools will be eligible for a monthly stipend of 15,000 shillings to 20,000 shillings respectively.

The slots were distributed as follows; Baringo county 22, Bomet 21, Bungoma 21, Busia 21, Elgeyo Marakwet 21, Embu 21, Garissa 21, Homabay 21, Isiolo 21, Kajiado 21, kakamega 21, Kericho 21, Kiambu 21, Kilifi 21, Kirinyaga 22, Kisii 21, Kitui 21, Kisumu 21, Kwale 21, Laikipia 21, Lamu 21, Machakos 22.

Makueni 21, Mandera 21, Marsabit 21, Meru 21, Migori 21, Murang’a 21, Mombasa 22, Nairobi 22, Nakuru 21, Nandi 21, Narok 21, Nyamira 21, Nyandarua 21, Nyeri 21, Samburu 21, Siaya 21, Taita Taveta 21, Tana River 21, Tharakanithi 21, Trans Nzoia 21, Turkana 21, Uasin Gishu 21, Vihiga 21, Wajir 21, West Pokot 21.







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