Immediate Position Teaching EFL in Auckland, New Zealand

Date posted:2017-09-05 | Writer: ACG English School | Email: [email protected]

One of New Zealand's leading language schools, ACG English School, offers flexible and innovative Intensive English courses that give students the academic language skills they need for further study. We are currently seeking EFL teachers to be part of an innovative team of language educators utilising mobile technology to deliver an Academic English Language programme. This is a fixed term position starting immediately, although we regularly seek applications from committed people looking for roles in  a variety of areas such as teaching and tutoring, HR, marketing, sales, property, finance, or in the academic quality team.

At ACG Education you’ll join a team of people passionate about shaping our next generations of leaders. We offer career progression, exciting opportunities for high achievers and a choice of locations around New Zealand and Asia.


Experience teaching ESL

Current teacher registration is essential.

Applicants must be flexible, committed and a good team player. They will also have the necessary skills to work successfully with students, parents, staff and the overall ACG philosophy.


Please contact via email at the address given on the job heading for details about how to apply. You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.       

ACG English School

Level 8, 4 Williamson Ave

Auckland, New Zealand

Call +64 9-307 5399

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.


Assessment and evaluation are some of the most important parts of the teaching; they allow us to track our students progress and allow students themselves to analize their advance and that way, they can keep motivate and stick to their goals. Evaluation will also help to get a general idea of the theacher performance, getting to know if the teaching has been efficient or it has failed.I learned about passive versus active voice, where passive voice emphasizes the object in the sentence, rather than the noun completing the action. I also learned about the three different types of phrasal verbs: intransitive, transitive separable, and transitive inseparable. Teachers should introduce these phrasal verbs in the context of the lessons for students to naturally use them.