WITT | Te Pūkenga

  • Posted: 10 Nov 2023
  • Location: New Plymouth
  • Work Type: Part Time
  • Classification: Engineering
Academic Staff Member, Mechanical Engineering

Taranaki based
Fixed-term, part-time position (two days per week)
Hourly paid
About the role:

We are looking for an experienced Welder/Fabricator to join our team. This will include:

Teaching ākonga that vary from secondary school students to apprentices in the mechanical engineering industry
Setting and marking of assessments
Communicating and reporting
Development of teaching resources
About you:

You will have

a passion for sharing your knowledge
excellent communication skills
ability to work effectively with others
an understanding of ākonga success and what this looks like
a relevant qualification
Previous academic experience would be an advantage but is not required. We will fully support you if you don't have any prior teaching experience.

About us:

At WITT Te Pūkenga we know that a strong team is vital to delivering on our purpose - to connect people to their future. Like our learners, our people are at the centre of what we do.

We’re committed in the development of our people, providing excellent professional development opportunities, a supportive work environment and wellness benefits.

We also provide teacher coaching including support completing a Level 5 teaching qualification and financial support for post graduate study.


WITT Te Pūkenga is a great place to work. If this opportunity sounds like you, apply with your CV and Cover Letter. If you have any questions please contact [email protected]

For the key responsibilities of the role, please view the role description, which can be found on our website www.https://www.witt.ac.nz/about-us/work-at-witt/

Please note: we do not work to fixed closing dates and will start considering applications as they are received, so we encourage you to apply early.

“Ko te manu e kai ana i te miro, nōna te
ngahere. Engari, ko te manu e kai ana i te
mātauranga, nōna te ao.

“Those who partake of the miro berry belong to the forest.
Those who partake of knowledge belong to the world”