Vacancies

Programmes Coordinator – Auckland South 

Who you are

As an experienced education administrator you know how to organise yourself and other people.  You are patient and skilled at getting people on board with whatever needs to be done. Your background in ESOL also gives you the skills to understand and support quality teaching provision with our teachers. You thrive in a busy environment, working both as part of a small, collaborative team or independently as required.

You are a socially conscious person who believes in working to make a difference, not just a dollar. Naturally organised, coordination comes easily to you and you enjoy the challenge of working out logistics to get all the pieces of the puzzle to fit. You are a “people person” who enjoys interacting with a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds and want a career that can work around your lifestyle and existing commitments.

What you’ll be doing

  • Working closely with the Centre Manager, providing assistance as needed with operational issues, reporting, networking/service promotion and staff support.
  • Coordination of a range of English Language Programmes for our Auckland South Centre; essentially managing the administration and logistics for a range of literacy and conversational English programmes and ensuring that the teachers and learners have what they need to operate effectively.
  • Supporting and developing our teachers; providing teaching supervision and quality management, conducting teacher observations and delivering some internal systems training so you will need to have the flexibility to work some evening and weekend work.
  • Permanent full-time position, commencing 25 January 2021 ideally. Papatoetoe location. Must be prepared to travel where necessary.
  • Salary: $65,000 per annum

Is this you?

  • Tertiary degree in a relevant discipline such as TESOL, TEFL, teaching, adult education, and experience in ESOL teaching is essential
  • Proven administration/coordination experience, with strong time management and organisational skills.
  • Experience supporting/delivering online teaching and/or a good understanding of technology for teaching is desirable.
  • Excellent IT skills across with Microsoft Office Suite (Office 365, Word, Excel, Outlook) and the ability to pick up new systems quickly
  • A positive attitude and a clear and friendly communication style (spoken and written) with a strong customer service ethos.
  • A current clean full driver’s licence and able to use own vehicle for regular work-related meetings.

What we offer

ELPNZ is a friendly and inclusive workplace with a culture of continuous improvement. It is a place where your own potential will be nurtured as you work alongside a passionate and talented group of educators committed to helping refugees and migrants learn English and effectively settle in New Zealand.

To apply:

Select the Apply Now button under the vacancy to fill out the application form and upload your CV and cover letter.

For further information about the position you can contact Julia Castles on 09 278 9099

Applications close 10 December 2020. We are likely to conduct interviews with successful candidates from 17 December 2020 for a late January 2021 start.

Applicants for this position should have the right to work in New Zealand- NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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English Language Tutors – Contracting Opportunities – Mandarin or Hindi Speakers Needed – Auckland South

You are an experienced ESOL Teacher who speaks Mandarin or Hindi to an advanced level who enjoys the flexibility of one-on-one teaching. Having lived or taught in New Zealand for at least a few years you are well versed in NZ cultural practices but still have empathy for the challenges of adapting to a new country.  You are creative, practical, and adaptable in your teaching style and take pride in delivering a truly learner-centred curriculum.

What you’ll be doing

As part of our “English for Migrants” Programme we teach English to adults who have pre-purchased ESOL lessons through the New Zealand Immigration Service when they applied for Residency. Lessons are mostly one-to-one but can also be with a couple.  The lessons usually cover functional and conversational English so that the learner can settle successfully in New Zealand.

  • Lessons are usually held in the learner’s home which will be in Auckland South & East
  • The average EFM learner has 2 lessons a week during school hours, lasting 1.5 – 2 hours. The days, times and frequency of the lessons are negotiated between the tutor and learner.
  • Depending on your availability, you can work with multiple learners and contracts can range for 20 – 80 hours.
  • Engaged as a self – employed contractor, $50 per hour, but don’t worry we can talk you through getting set up if you have not done this before!

Is this you?

  • Experienced in ESOL teaching (preferably in a New Zealand context) at varied levels, particularly to beginner learners.
  • tertiary qualified in TESOL at level 5 or above (e.g. graduate certificate, Bachelor’s degree, post-grad diploma such as CELTA, Cert TESOL, Cert TEAL, Dip SLT).
  • Mandarin or Hindi Speak language skills to an advanced level, written or oral.
  • Holding a clean police record
  • A full clean driver’s licence is desirable, for travel to learners homes.

What we offer

ELPNZ is a friendly and inclusive workplace with a culture of continuous improvement. It is a place where your own potential will be nurtured as you work alongside a passionate and talented group of educators committed to helping former refugees and migrants learn English and effectively settle in New Zealand.

To apply:

Select the Apply Now button below to fill out the application form and upload your CV and cover letter.

For further information about the position you can contact Julia Castles on 09 278 9099

Lessons start as soon as you have been Police checked, so get you applications in as soon as possible to be considered.

Applicants for this position should have the right to work in New Zealand- NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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Part-Time Teaching Opportunity for Qualified ESOL teacher – Matamata

Who you are:

You are a socially conscious person who believes in working to make a difference, not just a dollar. As an experience teacher you know that a flexible, learner centred approach achieves the best results and while you are guided by a curriculum, you are also creative, practical, and adaptable in your teaching style and approach. You enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds and want a career that can work around your lifestyle and existing commitments.

What you’ll be doing

  • Supporting refugee and migrant learners who are keen to improve their spoken and written language skills. The focus of this class will be English for daily life and work with a mixed level group of learners.
  • Part Time – 2-hour evening class in Matamata, Wednesdays, 6-8pm. Fixed-term contract, early February start until end of June 2021.
  • Our main Waikato Centre is located in Hamilton, but we offer regional classes in community venues across the Waikato region.

Is this you?

  • tertiary qualified in TESOL at level 5 or above (e.g. graduate certificate, Bachelor’s degree, post-grad diploma such as CELTA, Cert TESOL, Cert TEAL, Dip SLT).
  • experienced in ESOL teaching (preferably in a New Zealand context) with the ability to work learners of mixed levels.
  • a motivated self-starter with strong cultural sensitivity and empathy.
  • experience delivering online teaching and/or a good understanding of technology for teaching is desirable.
  • well organised, able to work by distance and meet reporting requirements

What we offer

ELPNZ offers a welcoming environment with a culture of continuous improvement. Classes in the rural area operate in a relatively independent environment; in communication with and supported by the ELP Waikato Rural coordinator.

To apply:

Select the Apply Now button below to fill out the application form and upload your CV and cover letter.

We are recruiting now for 2021 so don’t delay!  For further information about the position you can call Jo de Lisle, Centre Manager on 07 853 2188

Applicants for this position should have the right to work in New Zealand- NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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Expressions of Interest from ESOL Teachers – Aoraki Centre – Timaru

Do you want a career that can work around your lifestyle and existing commitments? Our Aoraki Centre is looking for registrations of interest from ESOL teachers who are looking for part-time or relief teaching work in 2021.

Working as part of a small team you will deliver a range of English Language Programmes, both in person and online, to our refugee and migrant learners who are keen to improve their spoken and written language skills.

What’s available?

  • One-to-one private tuition contracts, variable hours, based in learners homes.
  • A range of group classes running business hours, evenings and weekends, online and in person, so there is something to suit all schedules.
  • Classes range from more general conversation English classes to specialist classes targeting job seeking, workplace English and more
  • Fixed-term contracts are available from mid-January 2021 and relief contracts available immediately.
  • Hourly rate, $37.91 – $45.49 per hour, central Timaru locations.

Is this you?

  • tertiary qualified in TESOL at level 5 or above (e.g. graduate certificate, Bachelor’s degree, post-grad diploma such as CELTA, Cert TESOL, Cert TEAL, Dip SLT).
  • a New Zealand teaching qualification (ideally primary) or NCALNE (Voc) is desirable but not essential.
  • experienced in ESOL teaching (preferably in a New Zealand context) at varied levels, particularly to beginner learners.
  • experience delivering online teaching and/or a good understanding of technology for teaching is desirable.
  • A learner centred approach with the ability to be guided by a curriculum while being creative, practical, and adaptable in your teaching style.
  • a motivated self-starter with strong cultural sensitivity, empathy and the ability to work as part of a tight-knit team.

What we offer

ELPNZ is a fantastic, family friendly workplace with a culture of continuous improvement. It is a place where your own potential will be nurtured as you work alongside a passionate and talented group of educators committed to helping refugees and migrants learn English and effectively settle in New Zealand.

To apply:

Visit our website at www.englishlanguage.org.nz/vacancies and select the Apply Now button under the vacancy to fill out the application form and upload your CV and Cover Letter.

For further information about the position you can Sheryl Jackson on 03 377 3141

We are recruiting now for 2021 so don’t delay, send your application through today!

Applicants for this position should have the right to work in New Zealand- NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Expressions of Interest from ESOL Teachers – Taranaki Centre – New Plymouth

Do you want a career that can work around your lifestyle and existing commitments? Our Taranaki Centre is looking for registrations of interest from ESOL teachers who are looking for part-time or relief teaching work in 2021.

Working as part of a small team you will deliver a range of English Language Programmes, both in person and online, to our refugee and migrant learners who are keen to improve their spoken and written language skills

What’s available?

  • One-to-one private tuition contracts, variable hours, learner home based.
  • A range of 2 – 4 hour group classes running business hours, evenings and weekends, online and in person, so there is something to suit all schedules.
  • Classes range from more general conversation English classes to specialist classes targeting job seeking, workplace English, Academic IELTS preparation and more
  • Fixed-term contracts are available from mid-January 2021 and relief contracts available immediately.
  • Hourly rate, $37.91 – $45.49 per hour, central New Plymouth location.

Is this you?

  • tertiary qualified in TESOL at level 5 or above (e.g. graduate certificate, Bachelor’s degree, post-grad diploma such as CELTA, Cert TESOL, Cert TEAL, Dip SLT).
  • a New Zealand teaching qualification (ideally primary) or NCALNE (Voc) is desirable but not essential.
  • experienced in ESOL teaching (preferably in a New Zealand context) at varied levels, particularly to beginner learners.
  • experience delivering online teaching and/or a good understanding of technology for teaching is desirable.
  • A learner centred approach with the ability to be guided by a curriculum while being creative, practical, and adaptable in your teaching style.
  • a motivated self-starter with strong cultural sensitivity, empathy and the ability to work as part of a tight-knit team.

What we offer

ELPNZ is a fantastic, family friendly workplace with a culture of continuous improvement. It is a place where your own potential will be nurtured as you work alongside a passionate and talented group of educators committed to helping refugees and migrants learn English and effectively settle in New Zealand.

To apply:

Visit our website at www.englishlanguage.org.nz/vacancies and select the Apply Now button under the vacancy to fill out the application form and upload your CV and Cover Letter.

We are recruiting now for 2021 so don’t delay!

For further information about the position you can Yuka Kobayashi on 06 759 1118.

Applicants for this position should have the right to work in New Zealand- NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Teacher – Expressions of interest

We are always on the lookout for passionate and talented teachers who care deeply about our mission and are keen to make an impact in the world. We have both one-on-one and group teaching contracts available.  If you are interested in working with us, we’d love to hear from you. Click the “Register your Interest” button below to send an application form and CV to your chosen centre.

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