TSC advertises over 1,000 posts in North-Eastern region; Requirements and application procedure

TSC Chairperson, Nancy Macharia addressing a Media press

TSC advertises over 1,000 posts in North-Eastern region


TSC is seeking 764 primary school and 80 secondary school teachers to serve on a permanent basis.

The commission also re-advertised 386 teacher posts on contractual terms.


The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has announced 844 posts for teachers to work in Garissa, Wajir and Mandera counties.

In a re-advertisement posted on Monday, the Nancy Macharia-led commission said that it was seeking 764 primary school and 80 secondary school teachers. The posts are on permanent and pensionable terms.


At the same time, 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.


“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 7 th July, 2022,” TSC added.


In March, Ms. Macharia admitted that primary and secondary schools countrywide are suffering a severe teacher shortage.


Speaking during the release of the 2021 KCPE results, the TSC CEO said that the commission is short of 114,581 teachers.


“We thank the government for funding resources to allow us to recruit an average of 5,000 teachers annually for our public schools. However, we still have a shortage of 114,581 teachers in primary and post-primary institutions,” said Macharia.


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.


“This is due to the increased enrolment arising from the 100% transition policy, and registration of new schools.”



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