Angola: MED Recruits Over 2,000 Teachers in Luanda

Luanda — At least 2,447 teachers will be admitted in the province of Luanda in the education sector, to fill up vacancies in schools in the nation's capital.

According to a dispatch from the Ministry of Education (MED) that reached ANGOP, at least 1,007 graduate teachers will join the 1st cycle I, 250 in the second cycle of secondary education, while for II secondary education of the 6th and 5th category were made available 90 and 20 vacancies.

The Provincial Government mentions the need for 1,080 primary education graduate teachers of 6th category.

On the other hand, he said there will also be admitted typists clerks, 200 cleaners, and 250 skilled workers.

For the applications that must be submitted within 20 working days from the date of publication of the said order, the persons concerned must be Angolan, age up to 35 years, civil suitability, military status regularized for male candidates.

For the primary education, candidates must have completed Grade 13 of the Primary Teaching while for the 1st cycle, candidates must also have completed Grade 13 of Secondary Schools of Teacher Training and plastic Arts in the specialties required.

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