The 36, Current, Teachers’ Job Groups/ Grades as established by the TSC; details

TSC new job groups, grades and titles for teachers
TSC new job groups, grades and titles for teachers

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, established 36 job groups for teachers under the current Collective Bargaining Agreement, CBA. The placement of the tutors in the various job groups is guided by the Career Progression Guidelines developed by the Commission. Basically, the Career Progression Guidelines place the teachers in two categories; the Administrators and the classroom teachers/ Non- administrators.

ADMINISTRATORS

This is the managerial category of teachers in public schools and colleges. For Secondary schools the administrators are: Principals, Deputy Principals and Senior Masters. Primary schools schools have Head Teachers, Deputy Head Teachers and Senior Teachers as Administrators. While, Tertiary institutions/ Teachers’ colleges have: Principals, Deputy Principals and Senior Lecturers in this category.

NON- ADMINISTRATORS

According to the Career Progression Guidelines, all Secondary School Non Administrators fall in the Secondary Teacher Category. For Primary Schools, the non administrators are aggregated into the Primary Teacher Category. While, Tertiary Institutions’ administrators are placed in the Lecturers’ band.

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ENTRY GRADES AND PROGRESSION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

The entry grade for Primary school teachers is Grade B5 (T- Scale 5; Primary Teacher II): The designation code is G99JE. This is the entry grade for primary school teachers. The basic requirements for this grade are: having a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) minimum mean Grade C (Plain) or other recognized equivalent qualifications; and must be in possession of a Primary Teacher Certificate (PTE) or its approved equivalent

A teacher in this grade can progress to the next Grade which is C1 (T- Scale 6); with the designation thus Primary Teacher 1. Among other requirements, to get promoted to this grade one must have served as Primary Teacher II T-Scale 5 for a minimum period of three (3) years.

ENTRY GRADES AND PROGRESSION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Secondary School Teacher III (T- Scale 6; Grade C1) is the entry grade for secondary school teachers who are holders of Diploma in Education. To get placed into this grade one must be in possession of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a minimum mean grade of C+ (Plus) or its equivalent, have a Diploma in Education (with two teaching subjects) or its equivalent and have attained a minimum grade of C+ (plus) in the two teaching subjects at KCSE level; among other requirements. A teacher in this grade can be promoted to the next Job group; Grade C2. The three basic requirements for this grade (Grade C2) are: One should be: in possession of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a minimum mean grade of C+ or its equivalent, in possession of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with two teaching subjects; or a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant area with two teaching subjects plus a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) and having a minimum grade of C+ (plus) in the two teaching subjects at KCSE level.

Secondary School Teacher II (T- Scale 7; Grade C2) is an entry grade for secondary school teachers who are holders of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or its equivalent. A teacher in this grade can be promoted to Secondary School Teacher I (T- Scale 8; Grade C1) . To qualify for appointment to this grade, a teacher must have served as Secondary School Teacher II T-Scale 7 for a minimum period of three (3) years; among other requirements.

FULL LIST OF THE CURRENT TEACHERS’ JOB GROUPS/ GRADES

And here is the full list of all the 36 current teachers’ grades as established by TSC;

Primary School Teachers’ Job Grades

S/NO.CategoryDesignation Title Grade T-Scale
1Primary TeacherPrimary Teacher IIB55
2Primary TeacherPrimary Teacher IC16
3Senior TeacherSenior Teacher IIC27
4Senior Teacher Senior Teacher IC38
5Deputy Head TeacherDeputy Head Teacher IIC49
6Deputy Head TeacherDeputy Head Teacher IC510
7Head TeacherHead TeacherC510
8Head TeacherSenior Head TeacherD111

Secondary School Teachers’ Job Grades

S/NO.CategoryDesignation TitleGradeT-Scale
1Secondary TeacherSecondary Teacher IIIC16
2Secondary TeacherSecondary Teacher IIC27
3Secondary TeacherSecondary Teacher IC38
4Senior MasterSenior Master IVC49
5Senior MasterSenior Master IIIC510
6Senior MasterSenior Master IID111
7Senior MasterSenior Master ID212
8Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal IVC510
9Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal IIID111
10Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal IID212
11Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal ID313
12PrincipalPrincipalD513
13PrincipalSenior PrincipalD414
14PrincipalChief PrincipalD515

Tertiary/ Teachers Training Colleges Tutors’ Job Grades

S/NOCategoryDesignation TitleGradeT-Scale
1LecturerLecturer IIIC16
2LecturerLecturer IIC27
3LecturerLecturer IC38
4Senior LecturerSenior Lecturer IVC49
5Senior LecturerSenior Lecturer IIIC510
6Senior LecturerSenior Lecturer IID111
7Senior LecturerSenior Lecturer ID212
8Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal IVC510
9Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal IIID111
10Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal IID212
11Deputy PrincipalDeputy Principal ID313
12PrincipalPrincipalD313
13PrincipalSenior PrincipalD414
14PrincipalChief PrincipalD515

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  1. Well explained. Ordinary teachers need not to be punished. Let all teachers enjoy the enhanced salaries.Some of do not even know what’s happening. We love and respect our employer

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