Work available: ELP Auckland West


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English Language Partners Auckland West, based in New Lynn, have part time work available from 6 – 8 pm to teach in the English for Employees course

The English For Employees (E4E) programme

The E4E programme is a programme designed to teach adult Non-English Speaking Background (NESB) learners, ESOL (English language and literacy) to help them increase their confidence, contribution and satisfaction in the workplace.

Hours / locations

To be eligible for the E4E programmes, learners need to be currently employed.  This means that lessons take place in the evenings.  E4E is a 45 hour programme.

Qualifications and experience required to teach the E4E programme

  • A tertiary qualification in TESOL  at level 5 or above (e.g. graduate certificate,
  • Bachelor’s degree, post- grad diploma or degree such as CELTA, Cert TESOL, Cert TEAL, Dip SLT)
  • A qualification such as the NCALNE (National Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy EducatION).
  • Experience in, or knowledge of, workplace literacy tuition is an advantage.
  • Experience in teaching ESOL and/or adult literacy is also desirable

All teachers on the English for Employees programme will be required to complete a specialised training programme involving (paid) pre-service training of 1 day, a teacher project and a programme of ongoing Professional Development.

The job will suit a person who is self-motivated and who would enjoy the challenge of helping new New Zealanders to reach their full potential at work.

Please email your CV and a cover letter to:  We are not able to consider applications unless they have both a covering letter AND a CV.

Applications close on Friday 27 January 2017.  The first class will start in February.

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


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