TSC begins process to hire new directors from next week

TSC CEO Nancy Macharia and Chairman Jamleck Muturi. The commission will interview for positions of Director and Deputy Director next week.

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has begun the process of hiring new directors, with vetting and shortlisting of candidates for the coveted positions of Director(s) and Deputy Director(s)  taking place next week.

A senior director at the commission has further revealed that the interviews for the shortlisted will be done between April 20 – 24, 2024; adding that the commissioners will conduct the interviews at the TSC headquarters.

In February 21, 2024, the commission advertised a total of 5 positions of Directors at TSC Grade 3, which included Director Teacher Discipline Management, Staffing, Human Resource and Development, Internal Audit, and ICT. There will be 13 positions for Deputy Directors Teacher Management at TSC Grade 5 up for grabs.

The successful applicants will be on a five year contract renewable once subject to satisfactory performance, with the directors taking home a monthly basic salary of Ksh328,006 – Ksh416,568, Ksh 60,000 in form of house allowance, and Ksh20,000 in commuter allowances.

For Deputy Directors, their monthly basic salary will between Ksh192,782 – Ksh288,051 with a house allowance of Ksh50,000 and commuter allowance of Ksh16,000.

Some positions were left vacant following departure of the office holders for greener pastures, while others exited the commission on retirement grounds.

Rita Wahome resigned as Director Staffing in January last year with the same year witnessing a mass resignation of top directors who included Isaac Nganga of Internal Audit, Charles Gichira who was in charge of the commission’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and Dr Julius Olayo who was the Director in charge of Human Resource Management and Development.

The commission recently adopted Career Progression Guidelines (CPG) for its Secretariat staff through a circular dated November 28, 2023.

The CPG renamed its Directorate of Field Services to Teacher Discipline Management, which will be headed by a director. It is among the positions the commission now seek to fill.

Evelyn Mitei was holding the position of Director Field Services in an acting capacity when she was appointed to the position in July 2022 after retirement of Mary Rotich. She was moved from the commission’s Integrated Personnel Payroll Data (IPPD), where she was a Deputy Director.


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