ANNALISE TURNER

 Projects

Annalise is a New Zealand trained primary teacher who has taught mostly in New Zealand and the UK.  She joined Education Personnel in 2005 as a recruitment consultant and specialises in recruiting for short-term contract positions for primary and secondary teachers. These include positions such as ACC Tutors, Test Administrators and Coder/Scorers (marking) roles with clients such as ACC, the Ministry of Education and the New Zealand Council of Educational Research. 

Annalise assists teachers placed by Education Personnel to complete the processes they need to teach in NZ.  These can include the NZQA and Teacher Registration and assisting the school with the paperwork associated with the teachers work visa processes.  

With 12 years' experience at Education Personnel Annalise has held a variety of roles in permanent and long term recruitment across all sectors of education in NZ and internationally.  Annalise assists with coordination of services contracted by the Ministry of Education.

Areas of Expertise

  • Research Contract Staffing Solutions, including PISA, PIRLS, TIMMS.

  • NZQA and Education Council processes for teachers.

  • Project Management.

If you think Annalise can help you fill your vacancy or get you into a role, please get in touch.
Phone: 
+64 4 910 2202

I have really enjoyed working with Education Personnel over the past few years. Annalise, Stu and the team are professional, efficient and easy to work with. They have built up a great deal of expertise in the field over time and made a sizeable contribution to the smooth running and success of the PISA 2012 operations
— Kate Lang, PISA 2012 National Project Manager
I was still on the email list from when I first arrived in NZ. It was a ‘random email’ that I received but turned out to be exactly what I wanted. Annalise did a good job and was patient with me when I couldn’t answer her calls straight away. Very efficient dealing with the travel arrangements on the client’s behalf. She also sounded genuinely excited when I got the position!
— Jules Reilly, secondary teacher