Applications are invited from suitably qualified Malawians, Civil Servants or non-civil servants, as the case may be, depending on the requirements of the post, for the vacancies listed below existing in the Civil Service:

Vac. 19/24

Post: Workshop Technician (Welding and Fabrication) (Grade K)

Salary: Within the Grade K salary scale segment
Location: Ministry of Labour


Applicants should be in possession of a Malawi Advanced Craft Certificate in Carpentry and Joinery or Malawi Advanced TEVET Certificate or City and Guilds Part 2 Certificate in Carpentry and Joinery, obtained from recognized institutions plus Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) or
International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).


(a) Teaching according to approved Welding and Fabrication syllabus and methodology;

(b) Assessing, recording and reporting on students’ progress;

(c) Preparing schemes of work and lesson plans;

(d) Organizing teaching and learning materials for both theory and practical lessons;

(e) Enforcing students discipline;

(f) Maintaining class register and student progress records;

(g) Maintaining available tools and equipment in the section;

(h) Enforcing classroom and workshop rules and regulations; and

(i) Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

Note: Documentary evidence of major requirements specified in the advertisement shall be required during interviews. Serving officers will also be required to demonstrate during the interviews
that they are permanent and pensionable officers in the Civil Service by producing letters of confirmation in appointment in addition to letters of condition of appointment on probation (PSR 19).

Civil Service Commission is an equal opportunity employer: All qualified individuals are welcome to apply. Interested qualified candidates should submit their applications together with copies of
relevant Certificates and Curriculum Vitae to: –

The Secretary
The Civil Service Commission
P.O. Box 30133

Email: cservice@mail.mw

To reach her not later than 8th March, 2024