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Chief Curriculum Support Officer (CSO)-TSC Scale 13; Requirements For Appointment, Duties

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:  

  1. Carrying out regular visits to schools, observe teaching techniques,  give demonstration lessons and advice teachers on methods and  resources needed for effective teaching and learning; 
  2. Coordinating the Collection, collation and submission of data on  school enrollment, establishment, staffing and other related  information;
  3. Coordinating the organization and management of co-curriculum  activities;
  4. Coordinating training needs of teachers and heads of institutions and  advise the Commission accordingly;
  5. Organizing and conducting courses on curriculum delivery and  implementation through seminars, workshops, retreats and in service  programs in conjunction with the sub county director;
  6. Coordinating the identification and acquisition of appropriate  teaching and learning resources;
  7. Ensuring teachers develop teaching aids and other reference  materials;
  8. Ensuring teachers are updated on curriculum changes, pedagogy,  content coverage and other emerging issues in the teaching service; (ix) Working with the quality assurance officer to improve teaching and  learning.
  9. Carry out Performance Appraisal of staff below them;
  10. Coordinating identification, assessment and placement of children  with special needs in SNE institutions;
  11. Advising the Commission on the staffing needs of special schools and  career progression and professional development of SNE teachers;
  12. Monitoring and ensure compliance with special needs education  delivery standards;
  13. Monitoring the conduct of special needs education teachers in the  management of special needs learners; and
  14. Maintaining data on SNE schools and learners.

Requirements for Appointment 

For appointment to this grade, one must have:  

  1. Served as a teacher for a minimum period of 15years;
  2. Bachelor’s degree in Education from a recognized institution; OR Bachelors degree plus a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from a  recognized institution;
  3. Masters degree in Education/special education from a recognized  institution;
  4. Certificate in computer applications skills;
  5. Demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in work performance and  results;
  6. Meet the requirements of chapter 6 of the Constitution; and (vii) Management course for not less than 2 weeks.

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