Kamran Khan Bangash, the higher education minister for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), has announced hundreds of new positions (HED).
The Minister advertised over 800 open vacancies at the HED on Twitter.
He advised young people to update their resumes and submit job applications via the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Public Service Commission (KPPSC).
A letter of appointment was to be sent to the hundreds of instructors who were hired at public schools and institutions, according to a previous announcement by the District Education Department (DED) Mansehra.
900 teachers received appointment letters from DED Mansehra after permission from the KP Directorate of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESD) was granted.
As of 5 September, according to Shams-ur-Rehman, deputy district education officer (DEO) for Mansehra, appointment letters would be given out.
He continued by saying that the terrible floods in the province brought on by the record-breaking monsoon rainfalls hindered the hiring process.
The KP administration had already decided to regularise thousands of school and college teachers, hundreds of physicians, and former FATA project workers in June.
It is important to note that the provincial government will hire 58,000 instructors for schools and colleges on a permanent basis. 720 ad hoc doctors and 4,070 former FATA project personnel will also have their employment status changed. About 63,000 employees will be regularised across the KP government.