New TSC Score sheet for Primary teacher (P1) employment for 2021/2022 Marking scheme, Required Documents and Selection panel in The Ongoing P1 County Recruitment

Each year TSC advertise employment opportunities for primary schools teachers and post primary schools tutors through print media. This gives opportunity to trained teachers who are unemployed.

 

Though primary teacher employment takes time, the good thing is that ultimately one will secure a job. Applicants for primary post must be holders of P1 certificate. In addition be a Kenyan citizen aged 44 years and below.

 

Just like the case of secondary teacher recruitment, length of stay and P1 qualifications also play a vital role in employment of P1 teachers. Apart from length of stay since completion of teaching course, the age bracket of an individual has some weight in ones employment.

 

During the selection day one should carry the following original documents to sub-county selection panel;

1. National Identity card.

2. CPE/KCPE certificate (including first attempt certificate if one repeated exam).

3. PTE certificate.

4. School/college leaving certificates.

Sub county selection panel shall include the following;

1. Sub-County Director – Chairperson

2. TSC Sub-County Human Resource Officer – Secretary

3. All zonal Curriculum Support Officer – Members

Here is the score sheet for P1 recruitment and employment 2021/2022

It is important to note that those teachers who are currently serving under internship programme will have an advantage of thirty(30) marks.

 

P1 Qualifications (SORING AREAS) SCORE

6-14 points 40

15-26 points 35

27-38 points 30

39-52 points 25

53-64 points 20

MAXIMUM SCORE 40

Evidence of internship service 30

LENGTH OF STAY SINCE GRADUATION FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN EMPLOYED BY TSC  

2015 and before 30

2016 25

2017 20

2018 15

2019 10

2020 and after 5

MAXIMUM SCORE 30

LENGTH OF STAY SINCE GRADUATION FOR THOSE WHO WERE PREVIOUSLY EMPLOYED BY TSC  

2020 and after 30

2019-2018 25

2017-2016 20

2015-2014 15

2013-2012 10

2011 and before 5

MAXIMUM SCORE 30

GRAND TOTAL 100

Where applicants tie in score, the panel is advised to apply the criteria below in the order given:

1. Age of the applicant (44-45 years) with previous teaching experience of three years and had not previously been employed by the Commission.

2. Give preference to applicants with highest grade obtained in Teaching Practice;

3. Use quality of the academic KCSE certificates;

4. Give preference to applicants who graduated earlier;

5. Give preference to applicants who had not been previously employed by the Commission.

Here is the score sheet for P1 recruitment and employment for teachers with Special Needs;

 

P1 QUALIFICATIONS (SORING AREAS) SCORE

6-27 points 40

28-39 points 35

40-53 points 30

54-64 points 25

MAXIMUM SCORE 40

Evidence of internship service 30

LENGTH OF STAY SINCE GRADUATION

2017 and before 40

2018 35

2019 30

2020 and after 25

MAXIMUM SCORE 40

GRAND TOTAL 100

Where applicants tie in score, the panel is advised to apply the criteria below in the order given:

1. Age of the applicant (44-45 years) with previous teaching experience of three years and had not been previously employed by the Commission;

2. Give preference to applicants with highest grade obtained in Teaching Practice;

3. Use quality of the academic certificates KCSE;

4. Give preference to applicants who graduated earlier.

5. Give preference to applicants who had not been previously employed by the Commission.

Complaints (What to do in case of dissatisfaction)

Keep in mind that the process of selection is transparent and only a qualified candidate carries the day. However, if one is not satisfied with process, there is a laid down mechanism to register your dissatisfaction.

Any candidate who is dissatisfied with the whole exercise of employment should complain immediately in writing to the TSC county director and a copy sent to TSC headquarters within a period of not more than 7 days after the selection exercise. TSC county director will analyze such complaints and submit a report to TSC headquarters with necessary recommendations.

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