KNEC Advertises Recruitment of Teachers For KCSE Practical, Oral Papers
The Kenya National Examinations Council is recruiting Secondary School teachers and college tutors to assess KCSE oral and practical papers.
The assessment of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education will happen between June 6 and July 28.
“The selected professionals will be trained on the job during the assessment of the 2023 KCSE papers,” the commission said in an advertisement.
“Teachers and tutors who are already in the KNEC database of assessors need not apply.”
Recruited professional KCSE examiners will assess papers like Power mechanics, Electricity, Aviation technology, French oral, German oral, Arabic oral, music practical and Kenyan sign language signing practical.
Interested and qualified teachers should be 50 years of age and below, and have a maximum of three years and above experience.
They should be knowledgeable in the relevant subjects and registered or employed by the Teachers Service Commission or a recognized professional body.
In addition, they should have a diploma or above in education or the relevant area of specialization.
For aviation technology, the applicant must have a diploma in aeronautical engineering.
Applicants have been urged to access the KNEC examiners portal for the application process and more information.
“The slots are limited and only qualified applicants who have presented all the required documents will be shortlisted for the exercise,” reads the advertisement.