Full Time TEFL Vacancy in Indonesia

Date posted:2013-08-14 | Writer: PT. VIC Indonesia | Email: [email protected]

PT. VIC Indonesia is one stop education company that currently has an opening in Surabaya (Jawa Timur) for a TEFL qualified teacher. We are a counseling business firm, which deals with recruiting students and assisting them to study overseas to 10 different countries (USA, Canada, Switzerland, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, China and Indonesia). Founded in 1998, Vista has been growing rapidly to become a young-spirited, dynamic company committed to be consistent with its vision to be a leader in overseas study consultation in Indonesia. Growing with our clients’ satisfaction, PT. VIC Indonesia currently has seven branch offices in Surabaya, Jakarta, Bandung and Denpasar.


Responsible for teaching all VIP Programs: TOEFL® PBT Prep. Course, TOEFL® iBT Prep. Course, IELTS Prep. Course, Academic English and Business English.

Monitor students learning progress.

Being involved in Academic Administrative tasks and daily operational tasks.


Min. S1 in English, with min TOEFL® score of 580

A few years of teaching exp. in TOEFL® PBT, TOEFL® IBT, IELTS, Academic English and Business English is an advantage.

Strong Interpersonal skills and likeable personality.

Computer literate, familiar with multimedia teaching and application is a plus.

Benefits :

Excellent Remuneration

Great career development

Excellent working facilities


Send CV & Photograph to the email address given on the job heading.

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.


This lesson is about past tense, which includes past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. They are used to describe actions in the past but each tense is used for different purpose, such as to describe the time the action took place, the progress of the action or which action happened first. The past simple and past continuous tense are more commonly used in English.Unit 13 this is the hardest unit I have ever studied over the past 3 weeks and I recommend that you guys cover it with video. It's comprehensive unit but need to hear what do you mean raise and fall and all of the phonic scripts as well. I had to search on youtube looking for clarification and seeking for help from others, to be clear I am not sure about my answers of the task sheet and the test.