GES Begins 2020 Inter-Regional, Inter/Intra District Re-Postings

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GES Begins 2020 Inter-Regional, Inter/Intra District Re-Postings
GES Begins 2020 Inter-Regional, Inter/Intra District Re-Postings

Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has begun the Inter-Regional, Inter/Intra District Re-Postings for 2020. The GES began the re-posting from Tuesday, May 19, 2020.

The Ghana Education Service in a letter dated May 18, 2020, and signed by its Deputy Director-General, Anthony Boateng indicated there were changes to this year’s re-posting procedures.

According to the GES, the changes in the process of issuing re-postings for this year is to ensure that applicants have approval letters from the Director-General before being released by their various Districts and Regions.

This the GES emphasized that no Teacher Shall be Re-Posted without the Approval of the Director-General.

Heads’ Assurance Letters

”The Practice of Heads of Schools issuing assurance letters to individual staff should be discouraged.”The GES said.

”Rather, Heads of Schools (Including SHS) should declare such vacancies their respective District Directorates.” It said.

”The Practice of Heads of Schools issuing assurance letters to individual staff should be discouraged.”The GES said.

”Rather, Heads of Schools (Including SHS) should declare such vacancies their respective District Directorates.” It said.

The GES said the purpose of not allowing Heads to issue assurance letters was to clarify the fact that it was only Districts Directors that can declare vacancies in the Districts.

Payment of Fees

The management of the GES emphasized that there are NO processes of re-postings that require the payment of any kind of fees.

The GES added, that all letters of approval from the Director-General will be sent to the Regional Education Office for collection, and therefore, no useful purpose will be served by any staff seeking re-posting to visit the headquarters to follow up on such applications.

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