Part Time EFL Job in New Zealand

Date posted:2015-09-30 | Writer: Te Pūmanawa o Te Wairua Partnership School | Email: [email protected]

Have you completed your TEFL course? Are you available to start work in New Zealand in October 2015? Te Pūmanawa o Te Wairua (Partnership School) on the east coast of Northland is sponsored by Ngā Parirau Mātauranga Trust, and brings together the education and business sectors with the whānau, hapū, iwi and community to provide new opportunities for our young people in achieving educational success. Applications are invited for an enthusiastic and innovative teacher who has experience in teaching English. The successful candidate will work two days per week. Transport is available between Whangarei and the school. 

Applications close 5pm, 10 October. Please send your application, including CV to the email address given on the job heading.  

Contact: Mr Wayne Johnstone 

3527, Old Russell Road

RD 4 Hikurangi


Whangarei 0184

Phone: 0064 9 433 6007 

           0064 9 430 3235

Mobile  0064 27 278 8124


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 was a short unit. I appreciate that this unit was not as intense as the one before it. Though it was short, it was is meaningful. I like that once again the structure of a lesson from unit 3 was mentioned in this unit. I also liked being reminded of types of lessons. I wish there was a video to go along with this unit. The videos are very helpful for me in breaking down all the words.I find this unit very interesting and yet difficult at the same time. This unit is important for students to learn how to pronounce the words and build up the vocabulary. I felt that I need to work harder, and concentrate more on the phonetic part of this unit. It is also interesting to learn about how some of our body parts play a major role in how we pronounce some of the words and speak.