Kaduna to recruit 23 education secretaries to provide free education


The Kaduna State Universal Basic Education Board (KADSUBEB) has announced that it will commence recruitment of education secretaries in all 23 local government areas of the state to deliver quality education, free and compulsory for citizens.

A statement released by the Executive Chairman of KADSUBEB, Malam Tijjani Abdullahi, said the board is looking for ”pragmatic, dynamic and results-oriented personalities who would fit in with our vision of an education system of reformed and values-based base in the state. .”

Tijjani said education secretaries will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of the affairs of the Local Government Education Authority (LGEA), ensuring the proper implementation of education programs and other policies. governmental.

He said the Executive Secretaries will coordinate, initiate and collaborate with all stakeholders on education issues, regularly attend meetings with KADSUBEB and ensure quality service delivery of basic education programs and policies.

The Executive Chairman stressed that they will be supervised and monitored by KADSUBEB and that they should submit a quarterly report to him, informing their respective local government councils on planned activities and challenges in the delivery of basic education.
The statement also states that candidates for the positions: “must be serving officers in the public service or the private sector, who must have reached the leadership cadre of GL 14 and above.”
“Applicants must have a minimum of a National Certificate of Education, a degree in any discipline plus a post-graduate degree in education, from any accredited and reputable institution, with at least a second class lower division”, adds the press release.
The boss of KADSUBEB said that eligible candidates should have at least 10 years of professional experience, which should include the management of educational programs and projects and they should be computer literate, adding that registration with the bodies concerned professionals would be an added advantage.


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