New Zealand Consulate-General Hong Kong

Looking for teaching jobs in Hong Kong

For those seeking teaching jobs, a full list of secondary schools and other education institutes in Hong Kong and their contact details can be downloaded from the website of the Hong Kong Education Bureau. You can also visit the website of the Interactive Employment Service of the Hong Kong Labour Department to access its comprehensive job database.

Alternatively, please directly contact the Native-speaking English Teacher Section of the Education Department (contact details below) for vacancies in the Native English Teachers Scheme (NET) operated by the Education Department. You can also obtain further information on NET from the website of Hong Kong Education Department

Native-speaking English Teacher Section
Education Department
Room 1120, 11/F, Tsuen Wan Multi-storey Carpark Building
174-208 Castle Peak Road
Tsuen Wan, New Territories
Hong Kong
Tel +(852) 3549 8300
Fax +(852) 2334 8707
E-mail:

Website:  Hong Kong Education Department

Some expatriate teachers who are currently teaching at local government schools in Hong Kong on the NET scheme have set up the Native English Speaking Teachers’ Association (NESTA). This association serves a number of NET teachers (mainly Secondary teachers) in Hong Kong.  NESTA's website provides information on teaching and living in Hong Kong as an expatriate teacher, FAQs, news on social events for teachers, etc.

The Primary Native English Teacher (PNET) website serves mainly Primary NET teachers, some of whom are New Zealanders.  The PNET site enables NET teachers to share information and access resources online. Its Guest section allows anyone to post and pass on information or make requests for assistance.

There are some other opportunities to teach English as a foreign language at institutions other than local schools. The British Council recruits English teachers with specific teaching qualifications and experience for its various courses for non-English speaking students. Please contact The English Language Centre of The British Council in Hong Kong for details.

Please visit the page Setting Up in Hong Kong for information on work visas and the online "NET Teacher Survival Guide" for more practical information and other useful links.

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