Job Teaching English in New Zealand

Date posted:2010-09-21 | Writer: EF International Language School Auckland | Email: [email protected]

EF is an internationally recognised institution, with schools located all over the world.  EF International Language School Auckland is situated in the city centre and is one of the four successful EF English schools in Australasia. The job advertised involves teaching and limited teaching-related administration.  We are looking for a flexible and passionate ESL teacher who is comfortable with a great mixture of nationalities and levels.The role is casual and/or relief and requires a minimum TEFL, CertTESOL or equivalent.  Newly qualified teachers are welcome to apply.  Familiarity with computers is an advantage.  For those looking to be part of an energetic and supportive team, please contact via email at the address given on the job heading, with an attached C.V.Sonya McIlroyDirector of StudiesEF International Language SchoolTel: +64(0)9 3022079

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit provided an overview of the fundamentals of English grammar. In particular it provided practice on identifying the different parts of speech. I found most of this fairly straightforward but I did actually learn something new. I wasn't aware of the rule for the order of adjectives, and have always used my gut feel! I was fascinated to learn that the basic rule was size, age, color, material, noun.This unit describes the various parts of speech necessary for constructing sentences in an appropriate and understandable manner. This unit explains in detail nouns, adjectives, verbs, conjunctions and articles. It also goes into farther detail by describing prepositions, adverbs, pronouns, superlatives and gerunds. The nuances of grammar, for the English language, are also covered extensively in this unit.