This page is about the Teachers’ Service Commission – TSC Kenya Recruitment 2020/2021. Interested applicants applying for TSC recruitment should read this guidance from beginning to end so that they do not lose important information related to www.tsc.gov.ke recruitment.
The Teacher Services Commission (TSC) is a three-way educational recruitment exercise in Kenya that is conducted every year. If you are a teacher and have obtained a bachelor’s degree and are looking for employment, then you do not look out from here so that you do not miss out on the advertised positions.
The Commission advertises these posts on its recruitment portal, social media platforms, and print media.
TSC Kenya Recruitment 2020/2021
TSC Recruitment Types
There are two main types of TSC recruitment that you need to know about:
- MASS Recruitment
- Intern Teachers’ Recruitment
Mass Recruitment: This type of recruitment usually takes place in July and August every year. The Commission also releases recruitment advertisements for new teachers for permanent and pension on more than five thousand posts. Secondary school advertisements include schools where there are vacancies.
The Commission regularly replaces teachers who are off duty due to natural instincts and other reasons. It practice is performed periodically at intervals of about two months. Teachers recruited through this method are recruited indefinitely and for leisure time. Mass Recruitment TSC Teacher Service Commission
Intern Teachers’ Recruitment: This type of recruitment includes a list of teachers working under contract. Teachers recruited for the service lasted for one year.
Important notifications for application
All applicants will be registered teachers as per Section 23 of Teacher Services Commission Act Cap 212.
Those without a registration certificate will have to attach a printout showing the verified status as proof of application for registration. However, applicants who fail to meet the registration requirements will not be eligible to be admitted.
Applicants must provide the address of the county director, where they have submitted their applications, to confirm the results from KNEC.
All those who fulfill the requirements are working in other government departments are eligible to apply.
Applicants must apply to the Board of Secretaries of the organization concerned with a copy to the office of their TSC Sub-County Director.
After receiving the application, the heads of the organizations should accept the shortlist in writing (Appendix VI). After the process is over, the heads of the organizations should immediately advise those who do not meet the shortlisting criteria (specifying the reasons).
The TSC Sub-County Director will make a list of all applicants from each organization for reference convenience and present it during the interview.
Shortlisted applicants should be contacted via SMS at least seven days before the actual date of the interview of the heads of the companies. Short This provision should ensure that all applicants should be informed about the date, place, and time of the interview.
All applicants should be given equal opportunity regardless of gender, disability, race, or home county. However, in the case of a tie, the following aspects will be considered as a priority:
- Applicants with disabilities;
- Applicant age (44-45 years) with three years prior teaching experience and not previously worked with the Commission
- The quality of the submitted certificates i.e. higher overall KCSE grade should be considered first. If applicants tie with the overall grade, the subject grade must be used;
- Preference will be given to applicants not previously appointed by the Commission.
The names of the interviewed applicants (Appendix iii) will be submitted to the Commission in the order of performance during the selection process for each vacancy.
Applicants previously appointed by the Commission must declare in their application the history of their previous employment and the reason for termination of employment (including proof). Applicants previously declared and failed by the Commission will be disqualified.
Applicants who have previously been offered employment by the Commission and failed to make the appointment without informing the Commission are not eligible for the job.
County Directors of TSC should ensure that the Heads of Institutions confirm the status of online registration of applicants so as not to confuse the registered/deregistered teachers in the selection process.
What to do next if you are invited to interview
After you have applied and shortlisted, the Teacher Services Commission invites successful applicants to be interviewed.
Applicants must submit original and clear photocopies of the following documents: –
- National identity card;
- National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWD) card (where applicable);
- KCPE certificate;
- KCSE certificate (if repeated examination includes first attempt certificate);
- Diploma / Degree Certificate and Official Copy;
- Primary and secondary school clearance
Important Note: Temporary duplicates will not be accepted.
If there is a discrepancy between the name of the applicant in the submitted documents, the applicant has to submit an affidavit.
The selection panel will verify each applicant that: –
- He meets the requirements of TSC advertising;
- All submitted original academic and professional certificates, as well as official transcripts, are authentic. A copy of the original certificate of the Secretary, Board of Management, and the information provided to the TSC County Director should be attested. The photocopy used during the application must be an original copy of the original certificate presented at the time of the interview;
- Evidence of application has been used to confirm where certificates from KNEC are missing.
Important Note: It is up to the concerned applicant to apply with KNEC to confirm the result within fourteen days from the date of the interview.
Where the result has been confirmed, the original statement confirming the result must be submitted simultaneously for the employment application.
Once the interview process is over, the results have to be reported to the same applicant on the same day and the successful applicant from the merit list has to leave with the TSC application for the job form.
It is the responsibility of the Director / Representative of TSC County to ensure this: –
- The practice is appropriate and transparent;
- Successful applicants on the merit list fill out an application for the action form.
- The Board of Directors Secretary should ensure that the applicants ’employment applications are properly filled out by the applicants without deleting or deleting them.
TSC Kenya Recruitment Selection Criteria
The Secretary, Board of Directors will submit the compiled list of all the applicants to the Selection Panel.
The selection panel will coordinate with the TSC sub-county director of applicants and conduct interviews for those who meet the criteria. Any discrepancies should be noticed by the County Director, decisions should be made based on the guidelines and the applicant/panel and commission should be advised accordingly.
Applicants will appear in person before the selection panel. The panel will score each applicant based on a selection score guide (Appendix 1 (a) or 1 (b)).
Important article. An applicant whose special needs are related to hearing and/or speech will be permitted with a sign language interpreter.
Any applicant dissatisfied with this process must immediately lodge a written complaint with the County Director of the Teacher Service Commission and send a copy to the TSC Headquarters within seven days after the selection process;
The TSC County Director must resolve and resolve all complaints raised within seven days after the selection process is completed and then notified to the office headquarters;
Where a complaint has been filed against the TSC County Director, the Teacher Services Commission headquarters will investigate the complaint and take appropriate action.
The application for use under any circumstances should not be defective or photocopied as employment.
Clarity and advice on eligibility arising from these guidelines should be sought from TSC County Managers.
Despite the decentralization of teacher recruitment under Section 20 of the TSC Act, the Commission is not lagging behind indirect recruitment from the TSC headquarters.