TSC Payroll and New Rating System
Below is the new TSC salary and evaluation system for teachers.
The current TSC teacher training has led to the collapse of several working groups and the consolidation of others.
With the new teacher grading system, the teacher grade previously known as P1 is in job group G, which has been replaced by grade B5.
This degree has been designated as the new entry level for all primary school teachers.
Similarly, the next level is changed and replaced as follows:
J to C1
L to C3
M to C4
In addition to classes J to N, there are other classes for the upper end designated as P, Q and R.
The next three levels are changed:
S to D2
R to D3
According to the Kenya National Union of Teachers, there is a demand for additional jobs for groups S and T awarded by the commission.
With the new classification, the two categories are named D4 and D5 respectively. CEOs are now classified in the D5 category of the new rating system.
New TSC Pay Scale for Teachers
According to the TSC salary release, the teacher service group will increase the salaries of various teachers based on job groups for elementary and junior high school teachers.
The new salary scale for Kenyan teachers will apply to job groups H, J, K, L, M and N.
Since the signing of the Collective Bargaining Agreement back in 2016, the implementation of the three-phase cycle has taken place and TSC is now moving into the third phase according to the CBA implementation plan. In addition to expanding the TSC pay scale for drivers
In Teacher Scale 13, Scale T 12 and Scale T 9, KPK has reviewed certain allowances such as travel, hardship and annual leave. However, all other grants remain unchanged
New salary structure for teachers in Kenya
In this third phase, National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich said a total of three billion Kenyan shillings had been allocated. This amount will include new work assignments, recurring costs and the implementation of this third phase of the CBA. Below is the TSC salary range by task force according to the latest KNUT report on teacher salaries according to CBC third level.
In this third phase, National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich said a total of three billion Kenyan shillings had been allocated. This amount will include new work assignments, recurring costs and the implementation of this third phase of the CBA. Below is the TSC salary range by task force according to the latest KNUT report on teacher salaries at the third level of the CBA:
For CEO – Ksh. 165, 089 (minimum) and Ksh. 200, 928 (maximum)
For CEO – Ksh. 143,748 (minimum) Ksh. 174,270 (Maximum)
Principal of GAT II School – Ksh. 80,190 (minimum) Ksh. 97,290 (Maximum)
For Big GAT – Ksh. 69,590 (minimum) Ksh. 83,840 (Maximum)
For I floor – Ksh. 61,910 (minimum) Ksh. 71,880 (Maximum)
For floor III – Ksh. 34,662 (minimum) Ksh. 39,918 (Maximum)
For ATS IV – Ksh. 28,323 (minimum) Ksh. 33,662 (Maximum)
Most of the teachers had to go home empty-handed after the first two phases of CBA implementation were over
High school teachers in the current job group C2, formerly known as job group K, with a bachelor’s degree or other equivalent will not receive a salary increase in this phase 3.
Therefore, TSC k means that the wage scale of the task force remains at the minimum cash. 34, 955 and a maximum of Ksh. 43, 694.
Also, some secondary school teachers in Kenya will not be affected as their salaries are not increased for tertiary education. Other categories of coaches whose salary increases will only be considered in Phase 1 and Phase 2 are:
In line with the teacher’s profession
The board has lined up more than 10,000 places to be filled by trainees, also known as postgraduates. The successful candidate will spend one year teaching while the internship is planned to last twelve months. The apprentice teachers are entitled to a monthly salary of Rs. 10,000 primary school students and Ksh. 15,000 for high school students.
Likewise, this amount is subject to statutory deductions where applicable.