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MoE Guidelines On Salaries of BoM Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff

The Ministry of Education has well established guidelines on terms of teaching and non-teaching staff in secondary schools employed by Board of Management(BoM).

Board of Management employs both teaching and non-teaching staff.

The guidelines borrow from the 2014 findings of Dr Kilemi Mwiria education task force. The task force proposed specific number of workers per institution and their fixed salaries.

According to findings the highest paid non-teaching staff is the bursar who is entitled to earn a basic salary of up to Sh41,000 while Security Personnel  and Grounds Men or Women are the least paid. They pocket between Sh9,660 and Sh11,370 per month.

In this write up am going to delve deeply into employees of Board of Management (BoM); minimum qualifications for appointment, job groups and their monthly salaries.

STAFF

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION

JOB GROUP(S)

 

MONTHLY SALARY (KSH)

 

 

 

MINIMUM

MAXIMUM

Secretary

 

F, G, and H

12,510

24,662

Office messenger

 

D

 

10,380

 

11,370.

 

Storekeeper

 

certificate in procurement or supplies management.

 

F, G and H

 

12,510

 

21,304

Bursar

 

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) III

 

K

 

31,020.

 

41,590

 

Nurse/Matron

 

 

certificate in nursing

 

H and J

 

 

24,662

Laboratory Technician

 

F, G and H

 

12,510

 

21,304

Security personnel

 

KCSE certificate

 

C and D

 

9,660

 

11,370

 

Grounds Men or Women

 

KCSE certificate

 

C and D

 

9,660

 

11,370

Cook

 

KCSE certificate

 

C and D

 

9,660

 

11,370

 

Cateress

 

Kenya National Examination Council certificate in catering.

 

F and G

 

12,510

 

21,304

 

Kitchen Hand Staff

 

Standard Eight certificate

 

C and D

 

10,380

 

9,660.

 

Information and​​ Communication Technology technicians

 

F and G

 

12,510

 

21,304

 

Salaries of BoM Teachers

Other employees of BoM include teachers who are hired to plug shortage of teaching force in the country.

Salaries of BoM teachers vary from school to school. It is important to note that BoM teachers are paid according to the size of the school.

Jambo News has however established that teachers in single streamed schools BoM teachers take home at-least Sh10,000 per month while those teaching in most National schools are paid between Sh18,000 to 25,000.

However, in the latest circular from the ministry of education, all BoM teachers will be paid a flat rate of Ksh. 10,000 till the end of the year. Payment will be backdated to the month of July.

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