Position Teaching EFL in Bali

Date posted:2015-02-05 | Writer: Englishtown Bali | Email: [email protected]

As part of EF Education First, Englishtown is a world leader in online learning. We offer group and one-to-one private English lessons to adult learners of all levels and nationalities. In Bali there are two Englishtown centers – one in Kuta and one in Denpasar. Both centers are run by the same management and are attached to EF English First schools.

About you:

·         Looking for an adventure

·         Outgoing, vibrant and flexible

·         Comfortable with computers and technology

·         TEFL certified

·         Hold a diploma or degree

·         Between 25 and 55 years old

What we offer:

First and foremost, we offer the chance to live and work in one of the most beautiful parts of the world- Bali. We provide a full work visa as well as a health insurance package. The competitive salary offered will also give you the chance to travel within Indonesia, or South-East Asia and you can use your paid vacation to do so.

To Apply:

Contact us via email at the 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.


I have studied languages for many years, and it can be sooo boring at first, but the engaging and activating exercises are something new to me. I love it. They are truly engaging in a way that is appropriate for the skill level of the student and they also get the student to talk instead of the teacher. A teacher talking is no different than turning on the tv in English: good but passive.This unit went over conditionals and reported speech. I've never gone as far in depth into report speech as this unit, and I've never learned the formal rules of it before this. Conditionals come in five forms: zero, first, second, third and mixed. Reported speech seems like the hardest concept to teach so far. I've taken many phonetics classes, and this seems to be a largely intuitive skill.