Ranks Of Ghana Education Service(GES) Teachers -Tertiary Gist
In this article, we will be showing the full list of Ghana Education Service(GES) Teachers Ranks in Ghana.
In every profession, the ranks of employees are of much importance.
Ghana Education Service Ranks: It is a hierarchical level of teachers in the service.
The Ghana Education Service under the auspices of the Ghana Ministry of Education is the institution in charge of Education.
Criteria Use for Promoting Teachers
Ghana Education Service rank depends on the following:
• The level of education and
• years of service.
Ranks Of Ghana Education Service(GES) Teachers
Here is the full list of Ghana Education Service Ranks
The ranks are arranged from the highest(Director General) to the Lowest(Teacher)
•Assistant Director I
•Assistant Director II
•Senior Superintendent I
•Senior Superintendent II
Short Notes On Each of the ranks
This is the highest rank in the Ghana Education Service. The rank is solely based on appointment upon the recommendation of the GES council to serve for a term of four years by the President of Ghana. The Director-General is responsible for formulating educational policies in the country.
The second rank in the Ghana Education Service is Deputy Director-General.
The duties of the Deputy Director General are the Provision of technical and administrative support to ensure the achievement of the objectives of the GES.
Assistant Director I
The duty of Assistant Director I is tracking all the progress of policies prescribed by the Ministry of Education.
Assistant Director II rank
The Assistant Director II rank must act as an assistant teacher’s Director. They perform their duties when the Assistant Director I is away
The Principal Superintendent performs the following duties, being in charge of school districts within their region.
Senior Superintendent I
A Senior Superintendent I in GES must have at least three years or more of continued service to Ghana Education Service.
Senior Superintendent II
A Senior Superintendent II officer in Ghana Education Service must have served three years and above continuously in the Ghana Education Service.
A Superintendent I officer in Ghana Education Service must have served as a teacher for four or more years continuously for the Ghana Education Service.
These are teachers who are holders of certificates, diplomas, or degree qualifications in a related field of study.