Careers at Wintec
At Wintec we are creating a culture that is about lifelong learning, in a world that’s changing faster than ever before.
We believe in flexible working and we operate in a "fail-fast” “learn fast” environment where we navigate change together through communication, collaboration and understanding.
We nurture and guide individual students as part of a community so they are confident and equipped to navigate their way in the future world of new jobs and ways of working.
We encourage connectivity, creativity and collaboration, and we’re open to new ways of doing things.
Roles at Wintec
Consider teaching at Wintec and find that magic place where you’re not just in education or industry but in both so that you bring about community development for our region. We’ve expanded our international focus to include off-shore delivery as many countries are experiencing a shortage of skilled workers across several industries.
At Wintec you can build and direct multidisciplinary teams and use strong planning skills to achieve agreed business objectives. Make informed and sound decisions that enhance the success of the organisation, inspiring others as a role model by motivating shared purpose, vision and values and learning from mistakes in a ‘no blame’ culture.
Professional roles at Wintec are varied and exciting with opportunities for growth within and across departments. By focusing on relationships, we are collaborative and work well with others, forming supportive partnerships with colleagues sharing expertise, ideas and resources to contribute to the organisation.
We work in a diverse community of staff and students here in the Waikato and offshore. Wintec’s commitment to international education means we deliver education in New Zealand, at our campus in Jinhua, China and through offshore providers in places like the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Thailand and South America.
To find out more about Wintec, who we are and what we stand for, visit the About Us section where you can also view the full three-minute version of ‘The Future is Now’.