The Ministry of Education announces 300 vacancies: how to apply

The Department of Education has gone on a hiring spree and is looking to recruit 300 workers to do clerical work and provide general office support.

In a notice dated Tuesday, July 5, the department encouraged the public to apply, saying a fair process will be used to select candidates.

Those wishing to apply must submit their application before July 25, 2022.

Part of the documents required in the application process include national identity cards, valid certificates of good conduct and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) Personal Identification Number (PIN).

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How to register

Candidates interested in the positions are encouraged to submit their applications through the ministry’s official portal – recruitment.education.go.ke

For new applicants, they will need to register and enter their personal details including first and last name, email and password.

Once the account is created, applicants must complete their profile by uploading their credentials and filling in all the details in the relevant sections.

They are also required to upload their updated Curriculum Vitae (CV), ID card and a scan of their KRA PIN certificates to the site in PDF format.

Click on the vacancies tab and on the jobs tab, click view details to navigate to a specific job.

Click the General Office Support tab to access the applications tab.

In the lower section of the job detail, click on Apply to submit the application.

On Tuesday July 5, Cabinet Secretary for Education George Magoha highlighted the progress of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC), noting that more than 6,500 classrooms had been built for secondary schools of the first cycle.

He noted that the successive government will have to allocate more funds to ensure the success of Radio-Canada.

A recent report by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) titled Economic Survey 2022revealed that 926,100 jobs were created in 2021, with the informal sector occupying the majority share (753,800).

The report further notes that more than 2.3 million skilled young people lack jobs in the country.

CS Professor George Magoha oversees the distribution of Day One KCPE 2021 Exam Materials to Kakamega Central Container on Monday, March 7, 2022

CS Professor George Magoha oversees the distribution of Day One KCPE 2021 Exam Materials to Kakamega Central Container on Monday, March 7, 2022

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