Teach in New Zealand? Meet Education Personnel at Jobs Expo
Ever considered teaching in the Land of the Long White Cloud? Education Personnel from New Zealand will be recruiting at Jobs Expo at Croke Park on 22 October.
Education Personnel Ltd has been a leader in education recruitment since 1995. They are the preferred recruitment company for New Zealand’s Ministry of Education. EP deliver services for schools, early childhood centres and other institutions both in New Zealand and internationally.
How Education Personnel can help you
Education Personnel have assisted teachers to secure positions in New Zealand for over 21 years. The EP team have backgrounds in education. They have successfully placed teachers in a range of state, state-integrated or independent schools in New Zealand.
EP has strong relationships with many New Zealand schools. Therefore, teachers applying through Education Personnel have a real advantage. In addition, the team will make sure that they understand your goals, your expectations and your experience to find the perfect fit for you. They also support you through your applications, interviews, and the job offer process.
There is a specific process foreign teachers need to go through to teach in New Zealand. This involves qualifications assessment, New Zealand teacher registration, salary assessment and work visa. The EP team has supported countless teachers through this process. As a result, they can advise you on the best way to go about it, to ensure that you are well prepared to begin your teaching career in New Zealand.
EP offers long-term and permanent roles throughout the country and daily relief in Auckland and Wellington. In New Zealand, there is demand for teachers with particular skills and experience. The secondary education sector currently faces a shortage of teachers. There is a high demand for educators who are able to teach:
- Commerce (Accounting and Economics)
- Science (especially Chemistry and Physics)
- Technology (especially Hard Materials)
- Teachers who are fluent in sign language
There is a demand for primary teachers (especially in the Auckland region), those who can teach at Catholic Schools, and teachers who can teach or are fluent in sign language. In addition, over winter, there is high demand for relief (supply) teachers in Auckland and Wellington.
Experienced educators are also needed in the Early Childhood sector. In addition, there is a high demand for teachers who are looking to take on management roles. Relief (supply) teachers with recognised Early Childhood and Primary qualifications are also sought after.
For more information see their website.