Qualified teacher wanted to teach TEFL in Indonesia

Date posted:2004-04-12 | Writer: Sekolah Djuwita (Djuwita School) | Email: [email protected]

Why look for a job in Korea, China, or the Middle East? The standard of living is so high compared to your wages. Enjoy the weather and hospitality of Indonesia. We've got beaches, sand, surf, and plenty of sun. Sekolah Djuwita (Djuwita School) is now hiring qualified teachers for the 2004 ñ ²°05 school year. If you have a love for children and teaching, please forward your qualifications to our school immediately for consideration.
We are currently hiring teachers to fill future vacancies for our schools in Jakarta, Medan, and Batam. This is a full time teaching position. The individual will be responsible for teaching students at the elementary school level (Grade 1 ñ ‡²ade 6). The position requires a minimum of 35-40 actual teaching hours (Monday ñ †²iday). All teachers are responsible for preparing and implementing lesson plans, examinations, and reports.


The contract will begin May 1, 2004 or June 1, 2004 to June 30, 2005.

Job Salaries and Benefits
All salaries are based on experience and location. Wages are paid in Indonesian currency (Rupiah).
* Rp. 10 million ñ ’°. 15 million (about $1, 200 - $1, 800 US Dollars)
* Round trip airfare (airfare is reimbursed and not provided up front)
* Indonesian income taxes paid (about 30% of salary)
* Individual/shared housing (based on location)
* Paid holiday (one month holiday at the end of the year)
* All required work documentations

Sekolah Djuwita
The school was established in 1995. We currently have five schools in Indonesia. The schools are located in Medan, Batam, Tanjung Pinang, Jakarta, and Pekan Baru. The school is a private semi-international school. The school offers classes from Pre-School to High School. The school curriculum is taught 50% English and 50% Indonesian. The school is a multi-denomination school. The total student enrollment is about 5, 000.

We currently have foreign teachers from Canada, Australia, and United States. We can furnish you several email address from our current foreign teachers to applicants offered a position with our school.

For more information about Indonesian, please visit the following website: Contact us

For more information about the school, please visit the following website: Contact us

Application information
Only applicants, who meet the following requirements, will be contacted further. If you do not meet these requirements, please do not submit an application.
* Must hold a valid passport from the following English speaking countries:
1) United States, (2) Canada, (3) United Kingdom, (4) New Zealand, and (5) Australia
* Must be under 30 years old, at the time of hire
* Must be single
* Must have a college degree from an accredited university or college
* Must have one year experience
* Must have a clean criminal background
* Must be drug free

All applicants will be required to pass a drug test and background check.

If you meet these requirements, please email us the following documents:

1. C.V. (Resume)
2. A recent photo (not older than 2 years ñ ²¥quired to complete application)
3. Education degree (Not required to submit, until an offer is made)
4. Two professional references (one reference must be from a supervisor)

Sekolah Djuwita
Anggrek Mas
Batam Centre
Batam, Indonesia 29432
Email address: [email protected]

Thank you.
Sekolah Djuwita HR Department

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 chapter didn't teach me too much new information given that I have studied phonology many times in my undergraduate career both in English and Spanish. However I still believe that I learned a bit about the ways in which teachers should introduce pronunciation lessons into their classrooms. I believe that pronunciation should be regularly practiced and was pleased to find several different ways at which to approach the topic.This unit was very difficult, but I learned what was phonetic alphabet and what was the purpose of knowing it. I learned the different parts of stressed words. It was interesting to learn how the words or I should say, the sounds are made from different parts of our mouth. It is interesting to see how native speakers don't realise how they connect words either by: linking, dropping, changing and or adding an extra letter to words.


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