Employing, compensating, and promoting qualified teachers across the country are the responsibilities of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
The Commission advertised 5,000 teaching vacancies that will bridge the teaching staff shortage occasioned to support the government policy on 100 percent transition of learners from primary to secondary schools and to address the existing teacher shortage.
TSC also advertised 8,230 vacancies to replace teachers exiting service through natural attrition.
Of the advertised vacancies 6,539 posts for primary schools and 1,691 posts for secondary schools.
The majority of these educators will work in primary schools to fill the gap left by teachers who were transferred to secondary institutions.
TSC has published a roadmap for the recruitment /Replacement of teachers
The Commission has already availed the employment exercise Scoresheet for both primary and post-primary to the public.
Below are the guidelines
Post – primary school
Some groups of unemployed teachers will stand to gain greatly, according to the scorecard that was recently made public.
The biggest winners in the July Recruitment /Replacement interview are:
1.The teachers working on internship contracts.
They are likely to receive a stunning of between (5-15 marks )from the TSC depending how long they have served.
2.Those teachers of elementary schools who choose CBC upgrading
This group of teachers shall also be considered. They will have an advantage over the rest.
The Commission has made available a scoresheet, which reveals that the teachers will receive 10 marks for improving their teaching skills.
3.Those with master’s degree
Will provide its holders an advantage of 5 points over the competition.
4.Also included are those with disabilities.
They are likely to get an extra marks of between ( 5-10)