KNEC Issues Advert for Examination Setters, Deadline for Application set on 1st March
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has issued the following advertisement for examination setters. The application deadline has been set for the 1st of March 2023.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR TEST DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS (SETTERS AND MODERATORS)
The Kenya National Examinations Council is in the process of expanding its database of contracted professionals. It, therefore, wishes to train, certify and recruit teachers, tutors and lecturers to be engaged in the development of examination and assessment tools for school and teacher education. In view of this, the Council invites interested professionals to apply for the training. The successful applicants will be engaged as contracted professionals from time to time as need arises.
Applicants wishing to be considered for appointment as contracted professionals should meet the following requirements:
- Have unquestionable and irreproachable integrity.
- Must be qualified teachers of subject/learning area applied for.
- Be conversant with the content of the curriculum designs in their subject /learning area of specialization.
- Have proven teaching or work experience of at least 3 years.
- Must be registered with the Teachers Service Commission.
- Have Certificate of Good Conduct.
Interested persons should apply by e-mail only through email@example.com and attach scanned copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials and recommendation from heads of their institutions on or before 1st March, 2023.
Successful applicants will be informed through their contacts.
Details on the application can be accessed through the KNEC website www.knec.ac.ke.
Contracted Professionals already engaged by KNEC need not apply.
The relevant subject/learning areas are listed below:
1. Primary School (Age-Based Curriculum Pathway)
|Subject/Learning Area||Subject/Learning area|
|English||Physical and Health Education|
|Indigenous Language||Religious Education (CRE/IRE/HRE)|
|Mathematics||Art and Craft|
|Agriculture||Kenya Sign Language|
|Science and Technology||Foreign Languages (Arabic, French, German, Mandarin)|
2. Special Needs Education (Stage-Based Pathway)
All the learning areas covered in the four levels of stage-based curriculum pathway
Teacher Education Assessments
|Professional Learning Areas||Integrated content and pedagogy learning areas|
|1.||Child Development and Psychology||1.||English|
|4.||ICT Integration in Education||4.||Science and Technology|
|6.||Communication and Research Skills||6.||Home Science|
|7.||Inclusive Education||7.||Religious Education: (CRE/IRE/HRE)|
|8.||Educational Leadership and Management||8.||Social Studies|
|9.||Sociological and Philosophical Foundations of Education||9.||Physical and Health Education|
|10.||Historical and Comparative Foundations of Education||10.||Art and Craft|
|13.||Foreign Languages: French/Arabic/German/Mandarin|
|14.||Health & Nutrition|
|16.||Kenyan Sign Language|
Dr. David Njengere, MBS
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER