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Electrical Engineering Tutors
About the role
Are you passionate about electrical engineering and developing the next generation of Electrical Engineering Technicians and Technologists? We are looking for two enthusiastic people for a full time position in our Centre for Engineering and Industrial Design (CEID).
Are you the ideal candidate?
As an Electrical Engineering Tutor you will have an outgoing personality and be comfortable working in a progressive team. You’ll liaise with colleagues in the industry to provide work experience opportunities, and encourage students’ innovation and creative thinking. In this tutoring role you can enhance the region’s professional quality while influencing the direction of your industry.
You will have suitable qualifications and some current industrial experience in Electrical Engineering. Experience in PLC, Mechatronics, SCADA and with IMC would be an advantage. This will complement our team of tutors in the delivery of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Level 6 – Electrical) and the level 7 qualifications – the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical Engineering) and the Graduate Diploma in Engineering Technology (Power and Mechatronics).
Working at Wintec
Wintec is one of NZ’s leading tertiary education providers – an innovative and forward thinking organisation. Along with other qualified professionals tutoring at Wintec, you’ll be key to maintaining the currency of the teaching syllabus. If you’re new to tutoring, Wintec will provide you with teacher training. The valuable networking opportunities you gain will keep your own skill set right up to date. Lead change, shape the world for Electrical Engineering students at Wintec – apply for your new role now.
These positions are full-time 37.5 hours per week.
Job no: JA748JA764
Location: Rotokauri Campus
Closing Date: Sunday, 24 February 2019