TSC. This month, at least 1,000 primary school teachers will be given employment and posting letters.
TSC published recruitment positions in September 2023 for instructors interested in working with the Commission.
The commission has plans to advertise opportunities for elementary and high school teachers.
There are plans that TSC intends to advertise more than 5000 Teaching posts any time from today.
TSC outlined the following conditions for being considered for employment as an intern teacher:
a) Be Kenyan citizen;
b) Must be a registered teacher with Teachers Service Commission;
c) Bea holder of a P1 Certificate for Primary Schools and a minimum of a Diploma in Education Certificate for Secondary Schools;
d) Hold original academic and professional certificates;
e) Should not have been in previous employment with the Commission, as a teacher on permanent terms;
f) Must not have served as teacher intern under TSC (teacher) Internship Programme;
g) Be ready to be posted to any public educational institution in Kenya;
h) Must have a Personal Accident Insurance to cover for personal risks during the internship period.
In addition to the above, successful applicants were required to produce the following
a) A copy of the National Identity Card (ID) or Passport Certificate;
b) A copy of Teacher Registration Certificate/ print-out from TSC portal evidencing registration as a teacher;
c) A copy of NCPWD card (where applicable);
d) A valid Certificate of Good Conduct;
e) Two (2) coloured passport size photographs;
f) A copy of NHIF card;
g) A copy of KRA PIN.
TSC stated that the Intern instructors will serve for a period of twelve months with no possibility of extension.
The Commission announced that interns assigned to elementary and secondary schools will receive a monthly stipend of Kshs. 15,000/= and Kshs. 20,000/=, respectively.
TSC also will extended the internship time for 4,005 teachers.
The slots were distributed as follows for each county;
1) Baringo county 22
2) Bomet county 21
3) Bungoma county 21
4) Busia county 21
5) Elgeyo Marakwet 21
6) Embu county 21
7) Garissa county 21
8) Homabay county 21
9) Isiolo county 21
10) Kajiado county 21
11) Kakamega county 21
12) Kericho county 21
13) Kiambu county 21
14) Kilifi county 21
15) Kirinyaga county 22
16) Kisii county 21
17)Kisumu county 21
18) Kitui county 22
19) Kwale county 21
20) Laikipia county 21
21) Lamu county 21
22) Machakos county 22
23) Makueni county 21
24) Mandera county 21
25) Marsabit county 21
26) Meru county 21
27) Migori county 21
28) Mombasa county 21
29) Murang’a county 21
30) Nairobi county 22
31) Nakuru county 21
32) Nandi county 21
33) Narok county 21
34) Nyamira county 21
35) Nyandarua county 22
36) Nyeri county 21
37) Samburu county 21
38) Siaya county 22
39) Taita Taveta county 21
40) Tana River county 21
41) Tharaka Nithi county 21
42) Trans Nzoia county 22
43) Turkana county 21
44) Uasin Gishu county 21
45) Vihiga county 21
46) Wajir county 21
47) West Pokot county 21
The 1,000 successful applicants will be given job letters as well as posting letters, allowing them to report to their new posts.
|Grade||TSC Scale||Basic Pay
|No. of Notches|
|Grade||TSC Scale||Commuter Allowance p.m|
DISABILITY GUIDE ALLOWANCE
|Grade||TSC Scale||Disability Guide Allowance p.m|
|Grade||TSC Scale||Annual Leave Allowance p.m|
|Grade||TSC Scale||Hse1 Nairobi||Hse2 -Major Municipalities- Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii and Kitale||Hse3 -Other former Minor Municipalities||Hse4 – alI other areas|
|Grade||TSC Scale||Hardship Allowance p.m|