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ministry to hire bursars for schools

The government will take over the employment of bursars and deploy them in schools.

Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said his ministry was working with the Public Service Commission on how their employment would be carried out with the aim of streamlining the management of public school funds.

Once employed, said Dr Matiang’i, the bursars would be subject to transfers to any part of the country like any other public servant.
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VACANCIES FOR TEACHING POSTS IN PUBLIC PRIMARY AND POST PRIMARY INSTITUTIONS - AUGUST, 2016

To download  vaccancies pdf visit http://teachersnoticeboard.co.ke/downloads
The Teachers Service Commission is advertising 5,000 posts for recruitment of additional teachers (1,225 posts for primary schools and 3,775 posts for post primary schools/ institutions) and 2157 posts to replace teachers who have exited service through natural attrition (1,618 posts for Primary schools and 539 posts for post primary schools/ institutions).
Eligible candidates should meet the following basic requirements:

Three Insurance firms eye Sh5.6bn medical cover for teachers

The lucrative multi-billion-shilling tender to provide medical cover to 298,000 teachers in Kenya has attracted bids from three insurance companies.

Liaison Insurance, AoN Kenya and Clarkson Insurance are eyeing the annual medical cover worth Sh5.6 billion.

The contract will be for three years, unlike previously when it was annual.

The trio has quoted between Sh14.7 billion and Sh17.7 billion for the three-year contract.

7000 MORE TEACHERS TO BE HIRED BY TSC NEXT MONTH

The Government will next month hire more than 7,000 teachers to ease shortages across the country.

About 4,000 will be for secondary schools while the rest will be sent to primary schools, said Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i.

“We intend to reduce the teacher-student ratio to a reasonable level. This will improve the quality of services delivered by teachers,” he said, adding that the State had allocated funds to ensure the transition rate from primary to secondary improved.

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