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GES sets requirements for recruitment of new teachers

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The Ghana Education Service (GES) has set requirement guidelines to recruit qualified newly trained teachers for the 2019/2020 academic year.

Per the guidelines, candidates who wish to be considered for employment as teachers under the GES should have completed and passed the final-year College of Education Examination.

Additionally, the candidates must have completed the mandatory national service and passed the Teacher Licensure Examination.

Such candidates should be prepared and ready to work wherever they will be posted by the GES.

Graduates

A release signed and issued by the Director of the Human Resource Management Division (HRMD) of the GES, Mrs Adjoa Van Vicker, stated that “persons who do not meet all four stated requirements will not be shortlisted”.

In addition, it said there were limited vacancies for graduates with Early Childhood/Basic Education qualification who met the requirements for consideration.

Application forms

Qualified candidates, the statement said, should complete an application form and upload the relevant certificates on www.gespromotions.gov.gh

It said qualified candidates had until September 15, 2019 to submit their application forms.

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