Employment teaching English in Surabaya, Indonesia

Date posted:2005-09-02 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for dynamic individuals to work with us! If you have an accredited TEFL Certificate and have an enthusiasm for teaching people of all ages join us! At the moment we have vacancies for KIDS INSTRUCTOR and General English Teachers.

=== YOU WILL GET ===

1. A rupiah based salary equivalent to that of a middle manager. This allows for a comfortable lifestyle and travel within Indonesia. Visit the exotic Bali and Lombok during the weekends or even travel to Kalimantan, Sumatra, and Sulawesi, while you?re working with us!
2. One way airfare from city of hire and airfare to city of origin upon completion of contract
3. Full working visa
4. A bonus of one month?s salary upon contract completion
5. 15 vacation days in addition to two weeks off when the school is closed and approximately 10 days a year of government public holidays.
6. Health insurance
7. A fully furnished house shared with other EF teachers or a housing allowance that can go towards the cost of renting and furnishing a house on your own.
8. A dynamic and supportive working environment offering many opportunities for career development.

If you are interested to apply and would like to know more about the position, please send your CV/resume by e-mail to Imelda Lazuardy (Recruitment Coordinator) at: [email protected] or apply online at Contact us

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


The content in this unit went over content material for the classroom. The advantages of using a coursebook with the syllabus and the advantages of using creative or authentic materials. Although this lesson is light it did contain information examples of different materials you can use in the classroom and where to get those materials as well. This is helpful as it give teachers resources to help better serve our students.The unit quickly reviewed the past tenses. Past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. It reviewed how they are formed affirmatively, how they are formed negatively , how they are formed in a question,the usages of each individual form, and common errors that students typically have when using a particular tense. It also took a large chunk of space to highlight many commonly used irregularities.