Teach English in Jakarta, Indonesia

Date posted:2017-08-24 | Writer: MILS Jakarta | Email: [email protected]

The Melbourne Institute of Language Studies (MILS), located in Jakarta, builds customised English-language programmes and delivers its relevant curriculum through modern teaching methodologies. We are a young team who is dedicated to playing a role in the local community to help improve lives, predominantly through English-language education.   We mainly teach young learners and teens, both at local schools and at our centre.   We are looking for EFL Teachers for the new academic year.  

REQUIREMENTS FOR WORKING IN INDONESIA:

the local government requires that visa applicants for a teaching position must:

Be a minimum of 26 years of age

Hold a passport and be a native English speaker from Australia, New Zealand, the United States of America, Canada or the United Kingdom

Hold a Bachelor’s degree from a university from one of the countries listed above

Have teaching experience

MILS requires that staff:

Are native level speakers of English, preferably with TEFL qualifications, and have an easily-understood accent.

Are of good health and have no injuries or ailments that would inhibit the ability to work in a classroom (teaching is a physically demanding job, which can sometimes require long hours, the majority of which may be spent standing).

Are flexible in their working hours and can deal with working at different venues on the same day

Have a professional appearance.      

TO APPLY:

For more information about job responsibilities and salary package, email your complete CV/resume and a scanned copy of your passport page to the address given on the job heading.

MILS Melbourne Institute of Language Studies

Jakarta - Merak Toll Rd,

RT.6/RW.7, North Tanjung Duren,

 Grogol petamburan,

West Jakarta City,

Jakarta 11470,

Indonesia 

Phone: +62 21 36552002

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 really enjoyed and learned lost of things by wathing these two videos. Actually, while wathcing the first video, I was also afraid of from the teacher. However, when I watched the second video, I was relaxed that the teacher has really strong and effective teaching abilities and knows how to manage the lecture. He was very enthusiastic and his lessons are not boring in the second one.What I learned from this unit are the regular forms of the present tenses, some teaching ideas for the activate stage of ESA, and some common errors. Because of this unit I understand the importance of knowing some common irregular verbs and how to conjugate them. The worksheet questions as to why i would think a mistake was made was thought provoking and I actually had to make guesses.

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