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Expressions of interest from ESOL teachers – Invercargill

English Language Partners -Southland is looking for registrations of interest from ESOL teachers who are looking for part-time work.

We are seeking teachers to support learners who are keen to improve their language skills as part of our ESOL Literacy programme, a programme designed to teach literacy in English to adult refugee and migrant learners who have little or no literacy in either English or in their first language

These opportunities are available for a mid-January 2019 start, so contact us now to find out how these great opportunities can work around your lifestyle and existing commitments.

What do we need from you

  • experience in ESOL teaching/learner-centred lesson planning (preferably in a New Zealand context) at varied levels, particularly to preliterate and/or beginner learners.
  • a tertiary qualification 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). NCALNE (VOC) is desirable
  • a New Zealand teaching qualification (preferably primary teaching as this includes literacy and numeracy) is also desirable
  • a teacher who can be guided by a curriculum while being creative, practical, and adaptable in teaching style and approach
  • 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 organisation that is committed to supporting refugees and migrants learn English.  This is an opportunity to work with a passionate and talented group of educators committed to helping newly arrived refugees and migrants to reach their full potential, all the while building your capability in the sector.

To view a job description click the link below. To apply, click the Apply Now button under the vacancy. Complete all required fields and ensure you upload your CV and Cover Letter.

For further information about the position you can Nalini Varghese on 03 218 2736.

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 Administrator – Invercargill

Have an eye for detail? Enjoy using technology and learning new skills? If you’re a top-notch administrator, we want to talk to you.

Our Invercargill-based office needs an administration whizz to support our centre staff, teachers and learners and keep our office running like clockwork. Working alongside the manager, you’ll have responsibility for everything from reception to database management, finance, marketing and reporting duties: boredom will not be an issue!

In 2019, we are launching a new Student Management System (SMS), so you’ll enjoy learning to use this new technology.

If you enjoy a varied, fast-paced role in a fun team where you interact with people from a variety of backgrounds, then this role will certainly deliver! Contact us to discuss how this great opportunity can work around your lifestyle and existing commitments.

The job

  • 10-15 hours per week, (days by negotiation). Some flexibility to increase hours may be required from time to time. This role is for a fixed-term period until 20 December 2019. Available for an immediate start. Hourly Rate $21.21

What we need from you

  • Proven administration experience with a love of working with data and databases
  • A clear and friendly communication style (spoken and written) with a strong customer service ethos.
  • Excellent IT skills across with Microsoft Office Suite (Office 365, Word, Excel, Outlook) and the ability to pick up new systems quickly
  • 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 organisation, committed to supporting former refugees and migrants to learn English. This is an opportunity to work with a passionate and talented group of educators committed to helping newly-arrived refugees and migrants to reach their full potential, at work and in the community and help them participate in all aspects of life in New Zealand.

To find out more about this great role you can view a job description on our website at www.englishlanguage.org.nz/vacancies  or call Nalini Varghese on 03 218 2736.

To apply, please email your application form, CV and a cover letter to: southland@englishlanguage.org.nz  with Part-Time Administrator Vacancy in the subject line. We are not able to consider applications unless they have both a covering letter AND a CV.

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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Spanish Language & Culture Teaching Assistant – Part-Time – Invercargill

Our Invercargill centre requires a fluent Spanish speaker to support former Colombian refugees to learn English and New Zealand’s cultural practices.

Working alongside the English Language teacher you will assist in the classroom, providing explanation and support in both Spanish and English to help learners achieve their learning outcomes. You’ll assist the teacher in lesson preparation, resourcing and administration and generally help keep the class flowing smoothly.

This role is a lot of fun and will suit a team player with a great sense of humour, cultural sensitivity, empathy and a passion for sharing what is great about NZ.

What’s the job?

  • 15 hours per week, Tuesday to Friday, morning classes. This role is for a fixed term period until 7 December 2018 and available for a mid-October start.

What we need from you

  • Accurate and fluent spoken Spanish and English and a good standard of literacy in both.
  • Knowledge about refugee resettlement and refugee issues and respect for different ethnic communities.
  • An interest in and a willingness to adapt to New Zealand teaching methods, (previous experience as a teaching assistant or translator is desirable but not essential).
  • A clear and friendly communication style with a strong cultural sensitivity, empathy and the ability to work as part of a tight-knit team.

 What we offer

This is a fantastic, family-friendly role in an organisation that is committed to helping new New Zealanders to reach their full potential at work and in the community and participate in all aspects of life in New Zealand.

To find out more about this great role, call Nalini Varghese on 03 218 2736.

To apply, please email a completed application form, your CV and cover letter to: southland@englishlanguage.org.nz  with Cultural & Language Assistant Vacancy in the subject line. We are not able to consider applications unless they have both a covering letter AND a CV.

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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