144 days ago

Primary and Secondary School Teachers needed East Auckland

Rae from EduExperts Botany

About the business

EduExperts is a subsidiary of Crimson Education with its headquarters in Auckland. We provide after-school tuition for students from Year 0 to Year 13. Working location East Auckland.

Email: botany@eduexperts.co.nz

About the role

We are seeking NZ registered teachers to join our team. Teachers of all subjects are welcome, including but not limited to: English, Maths, Science, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, ESOL, EAP, Accounting, Economics, Computer Science, Spanish, Social Studies, Japanese, Korean, etc., NCEA, IB, CIE subjects are all included.

The responsibilities of this role are as follows:

Preparation of assigned courses with outlines and materials provided by EduExperts

Organize and teach assigned courses at EduExperts centers

Supervise tests and review the outcome of students by writing reports

Other duties when required

Benefits and perks

Great hourly rate, flexible time, and immediate start!

Skills and experience

NZ registered teachers preferred

Teaching experience preferred

Enthusiasm in teaching

Team player

Email: botany@eduexperts.co.nz

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