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You don’t need a degree in Education for the SRC rep job –TSC

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has scrapped the Education degree requirement for the advertised representative position at the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC).

In a public notice released on Tuesday, TSC listed a general degree as a condition. This means that anyone with a degree in any field can apply for the position.

In a job advert dated February 27, TSC invited applications for its SRC representative and listed a bachelor of Education degree as a requirement.

“Pursuant to the provisions of Article 230 (2) (b) (iv) of the Constitution of Kenya (2010) and Section 5(2) of the Salaries and RemunerationCommission Act (2011), the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) invites applications from suitably qualified persons to be nominated to represent T.S.C. in the Salaries and Remuneration Commission,” the notice reads in part.

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However, the latest revision, released on March 5, shows that one doesn’t need to be a graduate teacher to represent TSC at the SRC table.

Following the re-advertisement, TSC has extended the window for applications from March 7 to March 25, 2024.

According to the commission, interested applicants must meet other requirements including a 10 year’s experience in matters related to finance and administration, public management and Economics.

Other requirements include a decade-long experience in Human Resource Management and knowledge of Labour laws.

“Applications should include academic and professional certificates, testimonials, a curriculum vitae limited to two pages, and contact details such as address, telephone number, and email address,” the notice reads.

State officers, including MPs, MCAs, and members of a political party’s governing council, do not qualify for the job.

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