Govt Calls For Applications From Newly Qualified Teachers

The government has called for applications from newly qualified teachers to fill vacancies in 13 districts, in a bid to balance the teacher-learner ratio in schools.

In a joint vacancy announcement dated August 23, 2022, the Public Service Commission (PSC) and the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education said:

The Public Service Commission in collaboration with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education is inviting applications from newly qualified teachers.

 Those interested should complete application forms available at the Public Service Commission’s respective district offices.

The Commission reiterated that the vacancies were strictly for newly qualified teachers who are ready to serve in the stated districts. 

The Sunday Mail reports that in Mashonaland Central, the districts include:

1). Mbire, 

2). Muzarabani,

3). Rushinga 

In Mashonaland East, the districts are:

i). Mudzi, 

ii). Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe 

iii). Kariba 

In Masvingo, the districts are:

a). Mwenezi and

b). Chiredzi,

In Matebeleland North the districts are:

1). Binga and

2). Hwange 

Other places are Gokwe in Midlands and Chipinge in Manicaland.

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3 comments on “Govt Calls For Applications From Newly Qualified Teachers

  1. What happens to those that qualified three or four years back and still remain unemployed? Is there fairness in this type of recruitment? Are you saying those who qualified four years ago must go back to college for them to be ” recently qualified”? I don’t get it!

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