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  • Jakarta Japanese School Seeks English Teachers

    Job Title: English conversation / grammar teacher (Native speaker)


    Job Location: Jakarta Japanese School, Bintaro sector 9.


    Job description: The Jakarta Japanese School (JJS) is an elementary and junior high school located in the south Jakarta suburb of Bintaro. The school caters for the children of Japanese nationals living in Indonesia. The English Department of JJS provides conversation and grammar based classes to students ranging from grade 1 to 9. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, hard-working, and enjoy working as part of a team.


    Responsibilities: planning and teaching lessons, attending school functions and participating in extracurricular activities.


    Required Qualifications:
    Bachelor's degree
    Teaching certificate (TESL, CELTA etc.)
    Native speaker of English
    Can commit to a 12 month contract
    Currently based in Indonesia (able to come in for interview/demo class)


    Salary: The Monthly Salary will be around Rp. 33,000,000


    Benefits:
    THR (bonus of 1 month's salary)
    Transport from home to school provided within south Jakarta
    Annual medical check up
    Medical Insurance
    Inclusion in the BPJS health scheme
    Inclusion in the BPJS pension scheme
    +-10 weeks paid vacation per year
    Visas and permits are provided
    The job will start in early April 2020. Applications will be accepted up to 31/01/20. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We are looking to fill two positions.


    Please send your CV and a cover letter to: k_mckenzie@jjs.or.id

  • #2
    Unfortunately it seems the HR Department of the school is not aware of the Indonesian Regulations .

    For example :
    PerMen no.10 Year 2018
    Article 5
    A foreign worker must :
    a. have education diploma that is related to the qualifications required for the work position ;
    b. have a competency certificate or have work experience of at least 5 years related to the qualifications required for the work position ;
    c. transfer his/her expertise to a designated Indonesian worker;
    d. have an Indonesian Tax Registration Number if to work for more than 6 months; and
    e. have Work Visa/e-ITAS issued by the Indonesian Immigration Department .


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    from http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...able-next-year
    [posted by gerrardtorres , Jan 2016
    When you say 5 years experience, is this 'post-grad' or just 5 years experience?]


    (Answer by SVP_recruitment)
    [Five years experience as a full time teacher in the role and level as the job advertised...

    eg1: If you are applying to be a Primary school teacher, you must have minimum 5 years FT experience as a Primary School teacher in a formal school. (English language schools, or tutoring do not count)

    eg2: If you are applying to be an Secondary school English teacher, you must have minimum 5 years FT experience as a Secondary school English teacher and your degree must be in English or English Literature.
    Last edited by marcus; 09-01-20, 15:19.

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