As part of its commitment and dedication to ensuring the deployment of appropriately qualified teachers on time to schools, minimising the turnaround times experienced in the filling of vacant teaching posts, the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has created The National Recruitment Database. The National Recruitment Database is a national database of professionally qualified educators seeking employment in public schools.
All professionally qualified South African Educators are invited to register to be added to the National Recruitment Database. Interested parties are encouraged to download the form, which is available on the DBE’s website (www.education.gov.za); complete it, attach certified copies of their qualification(s) and academic record(s) and post or hand deliver it to the DBE. The database is easily accessible from anywhere in the country. Principals and SGBs are able to quickly identify appropriately qualified educators who meet the criteria for the post they are trying to fill.
The National Recruitment Database is one of the measures employed by DBE in response to delays experienced in deploying temporary teachers to vacant posts. The Database National Recruitment Database consists of a concise version of an educator’s Curriculum Vitae (CV). All the information is electronically captured on a single spreadsheet and sorted by province, thus enabling easy search and filter options. The details captured include the verified qualifications, subjects which the educator is qualified to teach and teaching experience.
Updated versions of the database are uploaded to the website on a monthly basis in order to guarantee that candidates who have found employment are removed and new candidates are added.
For more information on the National Recruitment Database.
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SOURCE: SOUTH AFRICA OFFICIAL NEWS