GES recruitment portal open for 2017, 2018 CoE teachers

GES recruitment portal

The Management of Ghana Education Service has opened its recruitment portal to commence the next phase of employment of  2017, and 2018 College of Education (CoE) teachers.

According to the GES directive on the recruitment as captured in the letter released by the outfit, only trained teachers who completed their training at the various colleges in 2017 and 2018 are eligible.

However, such applicants must have completed the one year mandatory National Service.

Applications for available vacancies for teachers are to be done via the GES recruitment portal only.

This recruitment widow is aimed at offering qualified applicants who missed the last recruitment, the second window of opportunity for recruitment by the Ghana Education Service (GES).

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All qualified applicants are however expected to meet the full requirement below

  • 1. Completed College of Education in 2017 or 2018 and have no outstanding /referral paper.
  • 2. Completed the mandatory one year National Service.
  • 3. The applicant must sit and pass the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination.

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has directed all interested applicants who meet the basic requirement outlined above to long into its portal to access the GES recruitment at www.gespromotions.gov.gh.

All required documents must be attached by every applicant on or before the closing date of August 25, 2020.

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The GES also indicated that date will be announced for the recruitment of other trained teachers who do not hold CoE diplomas. 

This further clarified its position that the current recruitment is for solely 2017 and 2018 College of Education graduates. Teachers with degrees from the various education-related universities since the opening of the recruitment portal have questioned why the government continues to neglect them when it comes to recruiting teachers, although they obtained degrees in education from public universities. 

Source: Edulearnweb.com

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