How to Apply for 65 ECDE Positions in Kericho County
The Kericho County Public Service Board is actively looking for talented, motivated, and competent persons to fill a variety of jobs in the Departments of Education, Culture, Library, and Social Services. This recruiting is in accordance with Article 176 of the Kenyan Constitution and County Governments Act No. 17 of 2012.
Kericho County has a number of ECDE centers.
1. Deliver classroom instruction.
2. Serve as positive role models for students, providing guidance, counseling, mentorship, and encouragement.
3. Create reports on teaching activities.
4. Ensure pupils’ safety and well-being.
5. Assist in the organization and facilitation of student-centered play-based learning activities.
6. Encourage students’ complete development, including spiritual, moral, social, mental, physical, aesthetic, and emotional growth.
7. Supervise ECDE classrooms and keep professional and administrative records such as work schedules, lesson plans, daily activity schedules, and attendance registers.
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1. A minimum of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) grade D+ (Plus) or a Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE) division IV at ‘O’ Level.
2. KNEC/Ministry of Education provides a certificate in Early Childhood Development Education.
3. Include your TSC number if you are registered with the Teachers Service Commission.
4. Include a reference letter from the appropriate school’s Headteacher (as specified in the advertisement).
How to APPLY:
Application forms should be filed online at https://psbkericho.co.ke/vacancies.
On or before September 20, 2023, applicants MUST submit scanned copies of their National Identity cards or passports, curriculum vitae, academic and professional credentials, and other relevant testimonials.
Qualifications and requirements are available at https://psbkericho.co.ke/download.
Postal or hand-delivered applications will not be accepted.
Only those who have been shortlisted will be contacted.
Be wary of con artists. Applicants are strongly warned not to pay money or provide bribes for any reason. Any unusual behavior should be reported to the nearest police station.
Kericho County Government is an affirmative action employer. Applicants with impairments and members of marginalized groups are encouraged to apply.