New Zealand Employment

Excavator Operator Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Excavator Operators for full time permanent roles in cities such as Dunedin, Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

You will complete projects according to your experience – including completing underground service repair, subdivision and quarry work. You MUST have a current Full UK Drivers license that you have held for a minimum of two years to operate plant in New Zealand.

You must also have 5 years experience and an LGV or HGV license ready for NZ conversion.

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process. 

Permanent fulltime contracts are on offer. You will be “on the books” as opposed to working self-employed meaning you will enjoy 4 weeks paid annual leave, and your employer pays a levy to cover health insurance and contributes to your retirement savings scheme

Starting rate for qualified Excavator Operators in New Zealand is $20-$23 NZD per hour and will increase according to skills, experience and qualifications.

You will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite.

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation assistance including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Roofer Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking roofers for residential and commercial long-run roofing jobs in New Zealand, specifically for roles in Dunedin and Hamilton. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

Applicants will have a minimum 3 years’ experience with the long-run system and hold a roofing qualification, although this is not essential. Applicants must have a high attention to detail and ability to work well within a team environment. Working Holiday Visa holders will be considered. 

Please get in touch with New Zealand Skills in Demand to register your interest.

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Concreter / Formwork Carpenters needed for positions in Hamilton, NZ

New Zealand Skills In Demand are looking for Concreters / Formwork carpenters for positions in Hamilton, NZ.

The role involves setting up concrete forms, using rebar and wire mesh reinforcement, and trowel skills to place, spread and compact the finish concrete.

Working on a range of projects including commercial and residential.

Youl’ll need a wide experience in the construction industry and mechanical expertise would be a benefit. You will likely also need a full drivers licence and current CSCS card / equivalent.

Hard-working with a can-do attitude, good attention to detail and flexible approach to work. Punctual and reliable with good communication skills as well as the ability to work well in a team.

If you’d like to be considered please:

1. Email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Civil Labourers needed for positions in Wellington, NZ

New Zealand Skills in Demand are searching for Civil Labourers specifically for positions in Wellington, New Zealand.

Your role will include assisting in general building and labouring duties, covering commercial works such as civil engineering construction, groundwork and refurbishment.

Youl’ll need a wide experience in the construction industry and mechanical expertise would be a benefit. You will likely also need a full drivers licence and current CSCS card / equivalent.

Hard-working with a can-do attitude, good attention to detail and flexible approach to work. Punctual and reliable with good communication skills as well as the ability to work well in a team.

If you’d like to be considered please:

1. Email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

WTR Operator Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking WTR Operators for roles in cities such as Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

Candidates will be eligible for a Working Holiday Visa.


WTR Operators will be expected to get involved in other aspects of work, not just operating machinery. You MUST be prepared to labour as well. E.g. digging holes, operating vac trucks, unloading and loading. Some roles for example require 50% operating and 50% labouring. 

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process. 

Starting rate for licensed WTR Operators in New Zealand is $20 - 23 NZD per hour and will increase according to skills, experience and qualifications. 

You will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite. 

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, insurance, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email rachael.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Scaffolder Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Scaffolders for temporary and permanent roles in Dunedin, NZ.

Ideal candidates will have at least 3 years experience.

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

You will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your work site. 

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand.

Start the process now: 

1. Email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Welder/Fabricator Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Welder/Fabricators for full-time permanent roles in cities such as Dunedin and Hamilton. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

The starting rate for a qualified Welder is $20-23 NZD per hour and will increase according to skills, experience and qualifications.

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

You will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite.

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email rachael.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Hammerhand Positions 2018 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified and non-qualified Hammerhands for full-time permanent roles in Dunedin, Wellington and Hamilton. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

You will be involved in residential, commercial and infrastructure projects (depending on experience). 

Ideal candidates will have a wide range of experience on both commercial and residential sites, including 1st and 2nd fix and high-ending finishing and have at least 3 years full-time experience. 

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process. 

Permanent full time contracts are on offer. You will be “on the books” as opposed to working self-employed meaning you will enjoy 4 weeks paid annual leave, and your employer pays a levy to cover health insurance and contributes to your retirement savings scheme

Starting rate for qualified carpenters in New Zealand is $20 - 26 NZD per hour (dependant on skills, qualifications and experience). 

You must supply your own hand-tools and will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite. 

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, insurance, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Carpenter Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Carpenters for full-time permanent roles in Dunedin, Wellington and Hamilton. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

You will be involved in residential, commercial and infrastructure projects (depending on experience).

Ideal candidates will have a wide range of experience on both commercial and residential sites, including 1st and 2nd fix and high-ending finishing and have at least 3 years full-time experience.

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

Permanent full time contracts are on offer. You will be "on the books" as opposed to working self-employed meaning you will enjoy 4 weeks paid annual leave, and your employer pays a levy to cover health insurance and contributes to your retirement savings scheme. 

Starting rate for qualified carpenters in New Zealand is $23 - 28 NZD per hour (dependent on skills, qualifications and experience).

You must supply your own hand-tools and will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite.

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now:

1. Email walter.wilson@nzskillsindemand.co.nz

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Joiners, Dunedin and Hamilton, NZ

There's been a recent rise in demand of qualified Carpenters and Joiners for full time permanent roles across New Zealand, specifically for roles in Dunedin and Hamilton. Our strategic partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are offering a free service to place suitable candidates in NZ roles. 

You will be involved in residential, commercial and infrastructure projects (depending on experience).

Ideal candidates will have a wide range of experience on both commercial and residential sites, including 1st and 2nd fix and high-ending finishing and have at least 3 years full-time experience.

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

Permanent full time contracts are on offer. You will be "on the books" as opposed to working self-employed meaning you will enjoy 4 weeks paid annual leave, and your employer pays a levy to cover health insurance and contributes to your retirement savings scheme. 

Starting rate for qualified carpenters in New Zealand is $23 - $28 NZD per hour (dependent on skills, qualifications and experience).

You must supply your own hand-tools and will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite.

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now:

1. Email rachael.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a November Seminar in London, Bristol, Birmingham or Manchester.

Drainlayers - positions 2019

Has New Zealand been on your radar for a while?

 

New Zealand Skills in Demand have a fantastic opportunity for Drainlayers in various cities around New Zealand but specifically Wellington and Hamilton.

What you'll need to succeed:

You will need to be a fully certified or registered drain layer with extensive experience. You must have a valid WTR and be a competent operator. You must be able to read plans and have a good understanding of how to run a small crew.

You will also need to have:

  • Extensive experience in drainlaying/water reticulation and be registered/certified

  • Current and clean class 1 or higher driver’s license

  • A safe and responsible approach to work and health and safety

  • References to back up your work ethics and experience

  • WTR desirable but not essential

 

The client we are recruiting on behalf of have a strong global presence and a deep knowledge of the New Zealand job market. As one of New Zealand's leading recruitment agencies there’s no better place to start than here if you are looking for work. They have offices all over the country. Their 16 branches have got New Zealand well and truly covered. No matter where you are, they can help you out.

NZ Skills in Demand help you by preparing you and your documentation for the NZ marketplace, before putting you forward to willing and able employers at the right time.

This negates the need for you to take a scatter-gun approach with your CV, or (in most cases) having to worry about flying to NZ for interviews.

Best of all, they are a free service.

Please send your up to date CV to NZ Skills in Demand today!

For more information on these positions, please email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz 

If you're interested in working and living in New Zealand please fill out our free initial visa evaluation form today.

Electricians

New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking Electricians for permanent roles in Dunedin, Wellington, Hamilton and other areas.

You will be involved in residential, commercial and infrastructure projects (depending on experience).

Other tasks will include maintaining, installing, and repairing electrical systems and equipment.

You need to have full NZ registration to apply for this role. If you do not yet have EWRB registration you can complete the full registration course in London (details can be seen here - http://gbconstructiontraining.com/ and the course costs £1500.)

If you can make the UK course option work, please let Rachel Beattie at NZ Skills in Demand know as they are able to line up interviews with employers who will make you a job offer (subject to a successful interview) which is conditional upon you passing your UK coursework. This gives people the confidence to then commit the time and money to passing the course, knowing they have a job guaranteed at the end of it.

You must also supply a CV. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

NZ Skills in Demand help you by preparing you and your documents for the NZ marketplace, before putting you forward to willing and able employers at the RIGHT time. This negates the need for you to take a scatter-gun approach with your CV, or (in most cases) having to worry about flying to NZ for interviews. Best of all, they are a free service!

New Zealand is currently experiencing huge growth in our Trades sector so don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to live the "kiwi" lifestyle, get in touch with NZ Skills in Demand today and get started on your journey. 

For more information on these positions, please email rachael.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz

If you're interested in working and living in New Zealand please fill out our free initial visa evaluation form today.

Plumbers/gas fitters

Has New Zealand been on your radar for a while?

 

New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Plumber/Gas Fitters for permanent roles  in Dunedin and Hamilton, as well as other areas.

 To be considered you will need:

  • Current NZ Plumbing Certification (PGDB registration)

  • Current clean driver's license

  • Proven industry experience

  • 2 Work References

 

A CV is a must. An oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

NZ Skills in Demand help you by preparing you and your documents for the NZ marketplace, before putting you forward to willing and able employers at the RIGHT time. This negates the need for you to take a scatter-gun approach with your CV, or (in most cases) having to worry about flying to NZ for interviews. Best of all, they are a free service!

New Zealand is currently experiencing huge growth in our Trades sector so don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to live the "kiwi" lifestyle, get in touch with NZ Skills in Demand today and get started on your journey. 

For more information on these positions, please email rachel.beattie@nzskillsindemand.co.nz 

If you're interested in working and living in New Zealand please fill out our free initial visa evaluation form today.

Migration's Catch 22: Which comes first, the visa or the job?

So you’d like to move to New Zealand, but if you apply for a job the employer requires you to have a work visa. And to apply for a visa, you need to have a job offer. Do you feel like you’re going around in circles?

Unfortunately there’s no simple answer to the scenario, but there is a solution.

The New Zealand immigration process is job led, therefore obtaining an offer of employment is critical to obtaining a work visa and meeting the requirements to apply for residency under the Skilled Migrant Category.

The problem that many people then face is attempting to get a job in New Zealand when they’re on the other side of the world, and convincing employers to give them the opportunity when they don’t yet have a visa in place. What you need to do is make yourself more appealing to a potential employer.

  1. Start your New Zealand Visa Application. By taking the Migration Associates’ free initial visa evaluation form our Licensed Immigration Adviser’s can assess your potential for gaining a New Zealand Visa. By simply getting and understanding of your visa eligibility you will be in a better position immediately, as you’ve taken proactive control of the visa and immigration process that is applicable to you. Once you understand your visa eligibility and time frames you can mention this to any potential employers.

  2. Update your CV into a New Zealand template. This helps your CV to stand out from potentially hundreds of other international candidates who have applied for the same job,. The template provided will allow you to consider details that are relevant to a New Zealand employer, and make it look more familiar to those who will be assessing it. Include in your personal statement that you are seriously committed to immigrating to New Zealand, and show the steps you have taken such as engaging with Migration Associates, or applying for a police certificate, or that you have previously visited New Zealand, for instance.

  3. Ensure you have the right qualifications and are registered with any registration bodies in New Zealand. For example, some trade skills require you to have NZ registration, such as electricians, and you’ll need to have undertaken this registration/training before you can apply. By gaining the relevant qualifications and registration you’ll have a much better chance of being considered as it shows your level of commitment.

  4. Check to see if your skill set is in demand by checking INZ’s Skill Shortage list. If your role is found on a shortage list then your skills are in high demand in New Zealand, and you’ll find it’ll be easier to apply as recruiters and employers have to seek talent from abroad to fill the gaps. Consider whether you would be willing to work in a slightly different industry field if you have previous skills in the area, or whether you need to gain more experience/qualifications to make your skills fit the shortage list.

  5. Ensure you are prepared for interviews. You may need to conduct interviews over Skype or telephone, you may even consider travelling to New Zealand for a face-to-face interview. Being open and accessible makes the hurdle of employing an international candidate seem less daunting for a recruiter, and may just see you get that job.

So the answer to the riddle is that in most cases both visa and job comes at the same time, and you must work on both in parallel. By working with a Licensed Immigration Adviser you can build yourself an immigration strategy that will allow you to take steps on both ladders simultaneously, and eventually achieve your dream of working and living in New Zealand.

Start your New Zealand Visa Application. By taking the Migration Associates’ free initial visa evaluation form our Licensed Immigration Adviser’s can assess your potential for gaining a New Zealand Visa.

Painting positions in New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking painters for positions in Queenstown and Wellington.

You will need:

  • To have relevant experience or a trade qualification

  • Be able to paint with speed an accuracy

  • Be able to work unsupervised

  • Be site safe

  • For permanent roles you may be required to have your own tools

There are permanent positions in Wellington, and working holiday visa positions in both Queenstown and Wellington. To find out more about the working holiday visa and whether you qualify click here.

Get in touch with NZ Skills in Demand today and get started on your journey. 

  1. Please get your CV through to Walter Wilson at NZ Skills in Demand walter.wilson@nzskillsindemand.co.nz

  2. Walter Wilson will be attending our upcoming November This is New Zealand seminars in London, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol and is keen to meet candidates that meet the requirements above. Register for an upcoming Seminar to meet Walter to understand more about the role and living in New Zealand.

  3. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

New Zealand Online Jobs continue to rise

The latest reports from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment show that online jobs in New Zealand continue to rise. In December 2019 advertisements rose by 2.0 percent, and slowed to 0.5 percent in January (reflecting seasonal fluctuations). The highlights from the report show:

  • Vacancies increased in nine out of the ten industry groups. The largest increases were Information Technology (up 1.8 per cent) and Healthcare and Medical (up 1.5 per cent).

  • Among the industry groups, Health Care and Medical, and Primary industries, had the fastest growth, in most regions.

  • Vacancies increased in all eight occupation groups. The largest increases were for Labourers (up 1.2 per cent) and Technicians and Trades workers (up 0.9 per cent).

  • The strongest percentage increase in online advertising over the quarter came from the Labourers and Sales occupation groups, in most regions.

  • Vacancies increased in all of the five skill levels. The largest increase was for unskilled (up 1.0 per cent), and the smallest increase for low skilled (up 0.4 per cent).

  • Vacancies increased in nine of the ten regions over the month, with the biggest increases in Bay of Plenty (up 2.1 per cent), and Nelson/Tasman/Marlborough/West Coast (up 1.6 per cent). The only reduction in vacancies was in Canterbury (down 0.1 per cent).

  • Over the year, the largest increases in online advertisements were for unskilled and highly-skilled jobs.

Over the past year, online vacancies increased by 6.8 per cent. To find more information on INZ’s labour market analysis click here, and for more detailed charts and data tables click here.

Specialist Sensory Motor Teacher - Christchurch, New Zealand

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Role:  Specialist Sensory Motor Teacher (ref # 15225)

Start date:  25 Jan 2019 or by negotiation

Contract Type:  Full time with possibility of 1 management unit for sports co-ordination.

Contract Term: Permanent

Our client school in a rural setting of Christchurch seeks a qualified and experienced teacher to work in a special school, who has knowledge and understandings of Perceptual Motor Programme (PMP).  You will have a physical education background with an interest in special education applications and have a good understanding of working with students with trauma and how it affects brain development to implement sensory programmes around this.

The successful applicant will have the ability to design and facilitate programmes that:

  • Demonstrate an advanced understanding of instructional strategies for students with

autism, developmental delay, specific learning disabilities, and behaviour disorders;

  • Manage whole-group, small-group, and individual instruction to accommodate different

academic levels and learning styles; and meet the physical needs of students with learning and physical needs;

  • Help develop students sense of body awareness and sense of self and feeling ‘safe’;

  • Help develop motor skills, bilateral integration, coordination, muscle tone;

  • Create a calm purposeful learning environment for students who may need space and well-resourced support away from a conventional classroom environment;

  • Employ special educational strategies and techniques during instruction to improve the

development of sensory and perceptual-motor skills, language, cognition and memory.

This is a full-time permanent position with the possibility of 1 Management Unit (NZ $4000) for sports coordination. The school offers education programmes for students with special needs aged 5 – 21 years catering for children with high and complex needs. The school has input from a range of specialists employed directly by the school and provide specialist programmes. All classrooms have iPads, Interactive Whiteboards, and Laptops. They are passionate about creating an Aided Language Environment for all students who require alternative and augmentative communication. The school works closely with the Talklink Organisation to trial and access equipment.

School Programmes are delivered under the NZ Curriculum Framework. Each student has a

negotiated Individual Learning Programme (ILP) to ensure that they receive an education designed specifically for them. Curriculum levels range from Primary to National Certificate of Education Achievement (NCEA) Unit Standards.

You may be eligible for a $5000 overseas relocation grant from the Ministry of Education if you take up a teaching position in New Zealand before the 1 July 2019. Now is a great time to come and teach in Aotearoa!

Education Personnel are interviewing for this role in the UK and Ireland February 2019. To request an information pack for this role email careteam@edperson.co.nz quoting reference number #15225.

Please also fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

Special Education Teacher - Auckland, New Zealand

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Postion: Special Education Teacher (ref #13742)
Start date: 29 April 2019 or earlier by negotiation
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Contract: Full time
Contract Term: Permanent

Mt Richmond Special School in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city are looking for an exceptional special education teacher to join their team in a well-resourced and supportive school.

With your relevant experience and training you will work with a small group of teenagers with high needs Autism who have a programme based on life skills. Over time you will assume some leadership support for other classes with a high number of students with Autism and will be a member of the schools Organisational Lead Teachers’ group. This is your chance to grow a leadership role using your specialist skills in working with students with Autism as well as coaching and monitoring other teachers.

Mount Richmond Special School is comprised of 10 classes with 7 satellite classes located in mainstream schools around Auckland. Facilities include a music therapy room, woodwork room, horticultural area, covered playground and a sensory garden. Classrooms are well equipped with interactive whiteboards or smart TV’s and computers are available for the students. One Deputy Principal and three Assistant Principals are fully released to support staff and students across the school supporting class programmes, coaching, and mentoring teachers and ensuring that both the adapted New Zealand Curriculum and specialised programmes are implemented and monitored.

The successful candidate will:

  • hold a recognised initial teacher education qualification (required);

  • hold a qualification in special education (desirable);

  • have relevant experience teaching students with challenging behaviour and complex learning needs.

To request an information pack or to apply for this rewarding role email careteam@edperson.co.nz quoting reference number #13742.

Please also fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

Head of Department Maths - Westport, New Zealand

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Postion: Head of Department Maths (ref # 3883)
Start date: ASAP
Location: Westport, New Zealand
Contract: Full time
Contract Term: Permanent

If you are an experienced mathematics teacher and are looking for that next career step - then this is your opportunity!

Buller High School, located in the West Coast Region of the South Island is looking for an exceptional mathematics teacher with experience at senior levels, to take on the permanent position of Head of Department Mathematics, from the end of April 2019.  

Buller High School is located in the rural community of Westport. It is a co-educational school that serves all towns within the Buller district, with a role size of about 350 students.

You will be leading a small, energetic team of about three to four mathematics teachers. Buller High School offers maths at all levels, teaching calculus and statistics up to National Certificate of Educational Achievement Level 3. All maths classes will be mixed ability, and senior students are encouraged to bring electronic devices to assist them in their learning. The school has four teaching spaces, and a department office for all staff members in the team.

The role comes with two management units, and one middle management unit. You will be remunerated for the management components of this role with approximately $10,000 NZD,  which will be additional to your base teachers salary.

Relevant skills and experience:

  • Hold a relevant qualification in Maths as well as a recognised initial teacher education qualification,

  • You will have experience and be confident in teaching English to senior level students.

Buller district has a total population of about 10,050, covering the small towns of Westport, Karamea and Reefton. Surrounded by an array of national parks, living on the West Coast provides you with the opportunity to immerse yourself in the outdoors: from surfing in Tauranga Bay, fishing and kayaking in the Buller River and trekking on one of the many walking tracks.

All enquiries for this position should come directly to Education Personnel.

Education Personnel are interviewing for this role in the UK and Ireland February 2019.

To express interest or apply for this role please email your CV to careteam@edperson.co.nz quoting reference number #3883

Please also fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

Hard Materials Teacher - Pukekohe, Auckland

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Postion: Hard Materials Teacher (ref #3813)
Start date:
ASAP
Location: Pukekohe, Auckland
Contract: Full time
Contract Term: Permanent


Are you an experienced and passionate Hard Materials Technology teacher looking for your next career move? – look no further!

Pukekohe Intermediate is currently seeking an enthusiastic and energetic technology teacher to join their friendly and supportive team for an immediate start.

A well-resourced middle years school (ages 11 -13 years) situated in the heart of Pukekohe township, Pukekohe Intermediate is the lead school for the surrounding Papakura and Franklin regions. It is a multicultural school with students coming from 6 contributing Primary schools with a variety of ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. Presently, the roll sits at just over 600 students and this number is expected to grow to over 1000 in the next decade.

The Leadership team and staff recognise the importance of the intermediate years as crucial in the lives of learners and are dedicated to ensuring that everything possible is done to support the academic, physical, emotional and social development of students during their transition from primary to secondary school.

The technology programme is currently undergoing changes to establish a more connected educational experiences and the appointee will be a key player in this transition.

For more information please request an information and application pack by emailing the Candidate Care team at Education   Personnel: careteam@edperson.co.nz, quoting reference #3813.

Please also fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.