Current Vacancies at EIT
Our current vacancies
EIT Tairāwhiti is seeking a competent multi-tasker, with motivation and initiative to manage the day-to- day maintenance and operational needs of our Gisborne and Regional Learning Centre Campuses.
The School of Trades and Technology in Gisborne has added the New Zealand Certificate in Infrastructure Works to their range of programmes. If you have qualifications and experience in this industry, apply now to join our team of experienced staff.
EIT is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in joining our Primary Industries team as a Learning Facilitator to work alongside teaching staff to support student learning. Based in Gisborne this is a permanent part-time role (30 hrs p/w).
EIT is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates keen to join the viticulture and wine science team on the Gisborne campus.
EIT is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in joining EIT’s Toihoukura, School of Māori Visual Arts, team. Based in Gisborne this is a 0.8 FTE permanent position.
The School of Computing is looking for an IT professional / lecturer who can relate to a range of students aspiring to make a difference in the IT world. Options for a part-time appointment would also be considered.
EIT is seeking a Regional Centre Coordinator to join our Ruatoria based EIT Regional Learning Centre. This is a permanent, part-time role (30 hours per week) to promote and coordinate the delivery of EIT courses, and to assist with and enhance our students' learning experience.
Join the EIT team as a Learning Facilitator and work alongside teaching staff to enhance and encourage skill development for our supported learning students. Two part time roles @ 15 -20 hours per week.
Join our Educational Development Centre team, manage the Learning management system (LMS) and related software packages and provide relevant staff development and support.
EIT’s School of Trades and Technology require an enthusiastic carpentry tutor to teach across all levels of carpentry throughout the Tairāwhiti region.