Job in New Zealand For EFL Teacher

Date posted:2016-01-28 | Writer: Ntec Tertiary Group | Email: [email protected]

Ntec Tertiary Group is a leading Independent Training Establishment, which provides tertiary education to over 3000 international students within New Zealand. Ntec has four campuses based in Auckland, Tauranga, Hastings and Christchurch. We are looking for a qualified EFL Teacher for general English classes delivered to adult international students. Ntec offers a supportive and collaborative working environment with modern facilities and competitive remuneration.


A relevant and recognised ELT Qualification (CELTA, TESOL, TEFL qualification preferred)

Experience across a range of EL Levels

Experience across cultural groups and nationalities


Highly effective communicator

Work effectively with others and independently

Adaptability and resilience in the face of change

A commitment to shared practice

A desire to further develop your own practice

Competent tech skills and computer literacy

Can support, guide and motivate students in the course of their studies


If you have valid NZ work rights, apply now by emailing your CV and a covering letter to the address given on the job heading.  

Ntec Tertiary Group

144-146 Durham St,

Tauranga 3110,

New Zealand

Phone: +64 7-579 4075



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 essential section broadly covers the necessity of designing sentences with structure that meets the need of describing future situations. Most importantly this unit covers the future tenses systems. Thus this area is important for students to comprehend when speaking and discussing a complex area of the English language which requires the learner to comprehend ideas within the futureThere are two productive skills: Speaking and writing. There are accuracy and and fluency activities. Accuracy activities are concentrated on producting correct language. (Usually part of the study phase) Fluency activities are concentrated on allowing students to experiment and be creative with the language( usually part of the activate phase) Accuracy and fluency carry equal importance.