Employment Type: Contractor

The Engineering Institute of Technology offers high-quality, practical engineering and technology education and training to students worldwide:

EIT’s online programs are taught using unique synchronous, online technologies which include scheduled live and interactive webinars. Students access their practical exercises using remote laboratories and simulation software.

We are currently seeking engineering instructors, with at least five years’ experience in industry, to deliver our micro-credentials and vocational qualifications.

As a successful candidate, you will need to demonstrate an established industry profile and a commitment to excellence. Some teaching experience is ideal, but otherwise you must have a deep understanding of your area of expertise and a passion for the subject matter.

You can be located anywhere because instructors are required to deliver online via webinars (approximately 1 – 1.5 hours in length). You will simply require a computer with a reliable internet connection, a headset with a high-quality microphone, and a clear and enthusiastic speaking voice. You may be required to teach outside of standard business hours.

The Engineering Institute of Technology provides all course materials.

For instructors of the Professional Certificates of Competency (micro-credentials), you must demonstrate that you have:

For instructors of the Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas – refer to the requirements above, AND you must have a:

Onsite Training: Occasional face-to-face/classroom training may also be requested (based on your availability to travel to various locations)

Your application must include a comprehensive CV and a brief cover letter summarising your suitability for the role.

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