Teach in Beautiful New Zealand!

24 July 2018

You could be eligible for a $5000 relocation grant from the New Zealand Ministry of Education if you take up a teaching position in New Zealand for January 2019 school year. Now is a great time to come and teach in New Zealand!

Education Personnel has been a Ministry of Education preferred recruitment agent for more than two decades continuously – we have proven experience in successfully bringing teachers in offshore for more than 15 years, and in many different recruitment markets.

We have established relationships with Principals across New Zealand, who have listed their vacancies with us and are looking to interview NOW!

What is in it for you?

We want to ensure all schools with vacancies have the teachers they need for the 2019 school year, and we find the best match between you and the schools we work with right across New Zealand.

Eligible for up to $5,000 refund on relocation costs once you arrive to take up a 12 month or more post in New Zealand.

Our expert team work with you step by step to support your move. From securing a position that fits your skills and experience to apply for reciprocal teacher registration (via the TTMRA) and other required paperwork – we make your move stress free and easy.

On the offer of a job, your employer can “sponsor” your work visa
Enviable work-life balance and the opportunity to live and travel in New Zealand

What are the requirements?

An NZQA recognised initial teacher education programme at bachelor level or above.

A sense of adventure.

Classroom teaching experience in a school setting. Depending on the position and location, the amount of desired experience may vary.

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