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TESOL jobs in New Zealand will take some time to find but simply due to the wonderful natural surrounding and welcoming culture, the job is sure to be rewarding. Of course with English being an official language of New Zealand, odds of finding employment are best for New Zealanders themselves.
New Zealand is a Commonwealth country so if you’re from a Commonwealth nation, your odds of landing a TESOL job might also be good. Most opportunities are there to be found in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.
An option that may appeal to many members of the Commonwealth, who are 30-years-old or younger, is the Working Holiday Visa. This will allow you to work over a twelve-month period, though you cannot work for the same employer for longer than three months.
Almost all TEFL jobs in New Zealand are on the internet, with many advertised on TEFL-related web sites. Thoroughly research your employer, so that you are clear what your job duties will be. If coming from outside of New Zealand, before accepting a position, make sure that you ask questions regarding pay, class sizes, benefits, what kind of assistance the employer can provide with immigration and work visa issues, etc. Also ensure that any contract you sign accurately reflects these details.
Teaching English in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2014-07-23 | Writer: Takanini School | Email: email@example.com
Takanini School in Auckland is looking for a teacher aide with TESOL qualification for a fixed-term position 4 hours per day for classes of primary school children. Candidates should be willing to work with students who have academic and behavioural needs. Hourly rate to be negotiated according to experience.
Please send CV to the email address given on the job heading for the attention of the Deputy Principal, Sue Lavender,
39 Takanini School Rd,
Tel: (09) 299 9349
TEFL Job in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2012-09-04 | Writer: EF International Language School | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TEFL Job in Auckland, New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2012-04-18 | Writer: N.S. Success College | Email: email@example.com
We want TEFL qualified teachers to join our tutoring centre and help children all the way from intermediate to university entrance. We are looking for someone to work part time in our central Auckland centre or North Shore centre teaching intermediate / secondary English on weekdays after school or Saturdays. We provide you with teaching materials for teaching in class. You are also required to do marking on students' homework.
Please email your C.V. to the e-mail address given on the job heading
Salary commensurate with experience & qualification
Opening For EFL Tutor in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2012-03-01 | Writer: YOOBEE @Natcoll Design School | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
YOOBEE @Natcoll Design School has three well established campuses in New Zealand offering diploma level courses in web development, graphic design, animation, interactive design, digital film making and digital media. In addition we offer short courses in 16 locations throughout New Zealand and Australia. We are looking to appoint an English Language tutor for an immediate start in our Auckland Campus. As English Language Tutor you would work alongside a Digital Design tutor to conduct English tuition in our new English and Digital Design course.
This is a 6 month fixed term, full time, position, but there is potential for the role to grow.
The key responsibilities include:
• To develop the English language component of this new course
• To prepare students for IELTS testing
• To teach the English language component
The preferred candidate will have:
• A relevant TESOL, TEFL, CELTA or Trinity qualification
• At least 3 years English Language teaching experience
• Experience in curriculum development (an advantage)
• The ability to think outside the square
• An interest in design and creativity
• Good relationship building skills
• An ability to work independently and as part of a team
If you believe you are the person we are looking for, please apply now by emailing your resume with a covering letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading,
Job description available on request.
Please note this role is ONLY open to candidates who can legally work full time in New Zealand.
Openings For English Teachers in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2012-02-16 | Writer: Open English Limited | Email: email@example.com
We currently have vacancies for three TEFL qualified Kaiako/Tutors to deliver ESOL courses. The successful applicants will be responsible for planning, delivering, assessing and reporting results. These positions are based at our Albany and Botany sites. Flexibility to move between our delivery sites within the Auckland and Waikato regions if required, including relief teaching is desirable. These are full-time, fixed-term positions through to December 2012.
You will need to have an internationally recognized qualification eg TEFL / TESOL / CELTA. Experience in preparing students for IELTS and Business English qualifications is desirable. At least one year teaching in an ESOL environment is preferred. You will need to be proficient in Microsoft Office, in particular Word, Excel and PowerPoint programmes along with the use of internet and e-mail.
Knowledge of Te Reo and Tikanga Maori would be an advantage.
Send your application, along with an updated CV and a cover letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading.
Open English Limited,
P.O. Box 106-052,
Enquiries to 09 377 2434
Enthusiastic TEFL Teachers Required in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2012-01-10 | Writer: Imperial College of New Zealand | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Imperial College of New Zealand is a rapidly growing Private Training Organisation located in Central Auckland. We are focused on student success, on striving for excellence and on being recognised as a quality provider in the NZ tertiary sector.
Imperial College of New Zealand is currently looking for TEFL qualified teachers with lots of enthusiasm, and experience teaching ESOL and IELTS. We have both temporary and upcoming positions in 2012 for our General English, English Plus and IELTS programmes. Remuneration is based on qualifications and experience.
Due to the large volume of respondents, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Please send resume and cover letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading.
English Teachers Wanted in Auckland, New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2011-09-29 | Writer: Central Auckland PTE | Email: email@example.com
A progressive PTE in Central Auckland requires TEFL qualified English Tutors for expanding classes and has immediate part time openings for experienced English teachers. Candidates must fulfill the following requirements:
* Qualified (CELTA, TESOL, TEFL, or equivalent);
* Experienced in teaching learners from various countries;
* Able to take a variety of levels from Beginners through to Advanced;
* Reliable, honest, has a proven capability to function well under pressure.
Please forward your CV to the email address given on the job heading. After reviewing the CVs, we will contact those potential candidates for an interview.
Teach EFL On-Line in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2011-08-24 | Writer: Efficient Tuition Language School | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Efficient Tuition Language School was established 6 years ago. Our main business is to provide language tuition program via online video conferencing, teaching English and Chinese languages face to face online in real time. Our students live in many countries worldwide. We are looking for a person with excellent verbal and written English, preferably TEFL qualified, who has a computer at home with headset, web cam and internet connection. This is a long term part time job for teaching English to a group of children in China. You may work from home, or our office in Auckland, through video conferencing. The teaching time will usually between 7:00pm-9:00pm and / or 2:00pm-4:00pm. The working hours can be flexible from just few hours to 20 hours per week. The payment will be NZ$20 per hour. Teaching or tutoring experience is preferable but not essential, as free training and software will be given by the school.
Please email resume and cover letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading.
Opportunities For TEFL Teachers in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2011-04-06 | Writer: Fern English Academy | Email: email@example.com
Fern School of English is part of the New Zealand Management Academies Group, a 100 per cent New Zealand-owned private education provider. Students from around the world have been studying with us for over 20 years. If you are a very experienced or newly qualified EFL teacher, you should consider teaming up with one of the best in the business. We believe in the potential of every person in the team and we actively invest in the professional and personal development of all our permanent team members.
* a vibrant and supportive working environment in a New Zealand owned company
* $500 professional development allowance
* $250 professional clothing allowance
* Study leave
* Career opportunities
* Subsidised health cover
* Christmas gifts
* Social functions and Christmas party
* Subsidised on-site café
* Birthday leave
We will need you to include an up-to-date, electronic copy of your CV with your application, which should be sent by e-mail to the address given on the job heading.
80 Anzac Avenue
Phone: +64 9 377 8017
Fax: +64 9 309 7466
Job Teaching English in New ZealandExpand
Date posted:2010-09-21 | Writer: EF International Language School Auckland | Email: Sonya.Mcilroy@ef.com
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