TSC appointment letters for new teacher recruits get to 6 counties

TSC appointment letters for new teacher recruits get to 6 counties

The newly recruited teachers can now sigh with relief as their employment letters are trickling down to different TSC sub county offices.

There have been anxieties especially by teachers who filled the employment letters on when they will get their appointment letters which will make them be posted to schools.

By close of business yesterday at least six counties have confirmed receiving the appointment letters for the teachers.

Narok, Kericho, Tana River, Siaya, Uasin Gishu and Kwale are some of the counties that have reported receiving some of the employment letters for both primary and secondary schools.

Primary school teachers will get their letters from the TSC sub county offices while high school teachers will get theirs from the secondary school Principals.

TSC had planned to post the newly recruited teachers to their new stations on 1st September 2022.

However details show the Commission will post the new recruits to their new schools from next month upto the month of January next year.

Sources from the Commission indicate that the posting letters for teachers recruited under replacement are ready and have now started to be dispatched to various TSC sub county offices.

Employment forms filled by successful TSC recruits indicate that some teachers will have to wait upto January next year for them to be posted.


Presentation of proposal for the identified  vacancies to the Board Monday 20th June, 20221 Day
Advertise Vacant Posts Tuesday 28th June, 20221 Day
Virtual Sensitization of Regional & County DirectorsFriday 1st July,20221 Day
Online ApplicationsTuesday 28th June 2022 – Thursday 7th July, 202210 Days
Collection of Employment Forms by County DirectorsTuesday 5th July, 20221 Day
Generation of Applicants’ Lists by County Directors Validation of applicants at the HQsFriday 8th  July, 2022 1 Day
Shortlisting of Applicants by the County Selection panel  Compilation of the regional shortlistMonday 11th July 2022 – Tuesday 12th July 20223 Days
Publishing of the list of shortlisted candidates on the TSC websiteWednesday 13th July, 2022 – Friday 15th July, 20223 Days
County Selection Process and Filling of Application for Employment Forms by Successful CandidatesThursday 21th July, 2022 – Wednesday 27th July, 20225 Days
Vetting and Handling of Complaints at County LevelThursday 28th July, 2022 – Wednesday 3rd August, 20223 Days
Receiving of Recruitment Documents at the TSC HeadquartersThursday 4th August, 2022 – Friday 5th August, 20222 Days
Compilation of Successful Applicants’ Lists and Processing of Appointment Letters Monday 8th August, 2022 – Friday 27th August, 202215 Days
Reporting of Teachers to SchoolsThursday1st September, 2022

According to tradition TSC takes at least three months (from date of filling employment forms) for verification of documents at the Headquarters before posting teachers to their new schools.

However it will take shorter time this round due to acute shortage of teachers in primary and secondary schools.

The new recruits will have their employment letters soon before being posted to their new station of work where they will have their casualty filled online to enable the Commission to put them on payroll.

The unemployment crisis in the country is such huge with over 356,000 jobless teachers putting in applications for the 14,000 jobs advertised by the TSC last month.

For each of the advertised positions, only the top five candidates were shortlisted, in a departure from the past when long merit lists would be developed.

Post-primary teaching vacancies attracted the highest number of applicants with 219,311 teachers expressing interest in the 4,000 new vacancies available.

Out of the advertised 1,000 new vacancies for primary school teachers, the commission received 136,833 applications.

TSC also advertised 8,230 vacancies to replace teachers who quit the service through natural attrition.

The vacancies are both in primary schools (6,539) and post-primary institutions (1,691) attracted 327,882 applications.


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