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  • Full Time Native Teacher Position

    A leading English course school at North Jakarta is looking for a full time Native Teacher. We are inviting professional, qualified and experienced teachers of native English speaking countries to join our Academic staff. Our employment doors are open to those who:

    Qualifications
    * Are TESOL/TEFL/TESL/CELTA certified
    * Have a passion to teach
    * Have at least a Bachelor Degree or higher (preferable Engineering or Mathematics degree)
    * Professional working ethics, capable working in team
    * Customer oriented and creative
    * Have teaching experiences in prep courses such as (TOEFL iBT, IELTS, SAT, etc) would be advantageous

    You would be responsible for the following:
    * Lesson preparation and planning
    * Assessing potential students and evaluating current students on the coursework progress
    * Responsible to teach Center run courses which vary from General English to Prep classes
    * Must be an excellent motivator in our conversation courses
    * Must be from the USA, United Kingdom, Great Britain, Canada, Australia or New Zealand

    Our Offer:
    * Competitive salary commensurate with experiences and qualifications (negotiable) but is no lower than Rp 10,000,000/month
    * A full KITAS work permit
    * End of contract bonus
    * Monthly bonuses and incentive payments
    * 12 days of paid leave
    * 1 year contract (renewable)




  • #2
    Ahem. Anyone who can't see their post anymore should re-read this part of the sticky:

    [COLOR=#333333]The purpose of this channel is assist forum members who are looking for employment. It is not here so that posters, in particular those who are not seeking a job themselves, can offer their unsolicited opinions about the salary or working conditions offered by a particular employer. If you see a job advertisement that breaks forum guidelines, please report it using the "report" function (click on the little triangle with an exclamation point inside it). The only posts that should be made in job threads are sincere requests for clarification about the position offered. All other comments will be removed from the moderation queue/deleted without warning.[/COLOR]

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    • #3
      I have PM'd the OP asking him/her to provide information on how to apply. (Thanks to fastpitch17 for his post report!)

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      • #4
        What about South African?

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        • #5
          Not sure if this message was meant for me...but I just wanted to know if South Africans could apply.
          Based on this line in the add * [COLOR=#333333]Must be from the USA, United Kingdom, Great Britain, Canada, Australia or New Zealand[/COLOR]

          [COLOR=#333333]if not then I apologize in advance.[/COLOR]

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          • #6
            Gwazulu, it's often more effective to send a PM in cases where the thread is started by someone who is not an active poster. (I'm not saying it would work, just that it improves your chances, since most people will get a notification in their e-mail when you send them a PM, where as unless they subscribe to the thread/check back frequently, they may never see your query in the thread).

            As to your question, the acceptable countries are based on Indonesia's manpower laws. Employers can only obtain work permits for English teachers who carry passports from the listed nations. It's not necessarily a sensible regulation, but that's the way it is.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Puspawarna View Post
              Gwazulu, it's often more effective to send a PM in cases where the thread is started by someone who is not an active poster. (I'm not saying it would work, just that it improves your chances, since most people will get a notification in their e-mail when you send them a PM, where as unless they subscribe to the thread/check back frequently, they may never see your query in the thread).

              As to your question, the acceptable countries are based on Indonesia's manpower laws. Employers can only obtain work permits for English teachers who carry passports from the listed nations. It's not necessarily a sensible regulation, but that's the way it is.

              Thank you for the information.

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