GES Salary Structure 2022/2023 – Check Details Here

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Would you like to know how much the Ghana Education Service (GES) employees earn? Then you are on the right platform as we are going to share with you details about GES Salary Structure 2022.

GES Salary Structure

The pay structure rewards workers based on their level of experience and the type of tasks they perform. The reward is presented as salaries and a pay rise during a promotion.

It is also worthy of note that the Ghanaian Single Spine Salary structure is quite different from the orthodox spine pay structure. This is because the orthodox single spine salary structure offers the same pay grade for all workers.

In the Ghana system, the structure is used differently by sectors of the civil service and therefore workers are paid using different grades individually. Just like every other public sector, the Ghana Education Service (GES) employs this pay structure in paying teachers.

GES Salary Structure

Before the single spine salary structure was implemented, this is how much Ghanaian teachers were paid.

Teachers below or equal to the rank of a principal superintendent in GES earned between 100 – 400 GH¢.

Teachers above the level of principal superintendent earned between 500 – 800 GH¢.

Following the implementation of the Single Spine Salary Structure, they were a pay rise based on the ranks in Ghana Education Service.

Teachers below or equal to the level of a principal superintendent in GES earned between 500 – 800 GH¢.

Teachers above the level of principal superintendent earned between 900 – 1200 GH¢.

According to an article published by yen.com.gh, in 2011 Single Spine Salary Structure level 16 was GH¢ 56,531,783, GH¢58,227,736, and GH¢59,974,568.

It is also important to note that the minimum wage was increased by 11% which means the teacher’s salaries also increased.

What Is The Highest Rank In GES?

Director-General of Ghana Education Service

Going by the scheme of service for Ghana Education service, it is the most senior rank in Ghana education service. They are appointed upon the recommendation of the GES council to serve for a term of four years by the President of Ghana.

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Source: Sabonews.org

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