EFL Teacher Needed in New Zealand

Date posted:2014-09-30 | Writer: EF International Language School | 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 four successful EF English schools in Australasia. We have a current opportunity for a qualified EFL teacher. The job involves teaching and limited teaching-related administration. We are looking for a flexible and passionate ESL teacher who is comfortable with a mixture of nationalities and levels. The role is short term to begin with, and requires a minimum CELTA, TESOL or equivalent.  We are looking for a teacher to initially fill a short-term contract, with the potential of it rolling into a longer-term one. Newly qualified teachers are welcome to apply.  Familiarity with computers and iPads is an advantage.

For those looking to be part of an energetic and supportive team, please contact via email, with an attached C.V. to the email address given on the job heading.  Only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted.

You will be asked the following questions when you apply:

Are you eligible to work in New Zealand?

How many years experience do you have in a similar role?

When are you available to start?

What is your highest level of education?

Do you have a relevant trade certificate?

Kevin Singh

Academic Director

EF International Language School

Tel: +64(0)9 9731905


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 about teaching receptive skills is very importance because it gives us a better idea of how to address the different needs of our students, and how to create interest to keep them motivated. for example, in order to teach these types of skills we need to carefully choose the topics that will be used in the class in order to make sure that the students will feel engaged and interested.In reading this unit I learned of the nuances and subtle differences in teaching various different groups, including multilingual classes, groups of young children, and businesspersons learning English to advance their careers. Learning of potential problem areas with young children was incredibly helpful to know and understand, as was knowing likely scheduling road blocks with businesspeople.