TEFL Certified Teachers Wanted in Indonesia

Date posted:2013-11-27 | Writer: CST Language Centre | Email: [email protected]

Come join CST family if you're a Native or non-Native English speaker looking for a teaching position. Establish in 1998 and now are expanding, we seek dynamic and highly-motivated individuals who have passion for imparting the love of the English language to our students. Our Centres are located in Jembatan Lima, Jelambar, Poris Indah, Cipondoh, Tangerang. We have opportunities for relief, part-time or full-time teaching.

You should have the following qualities:

1. Passionate – the love for imparting knowledge and values to the young ones

2. Approachable – always happy to listen and talk to parents and students

3. Loving – be a kind and nurturing person

4. Smiley – always have a smile to share

5. Bachelor degree together with TESOL /TEFL qualifications or a Post Graduate Certificate of Education.

6. Any teaching experience will be an advantage

7. Native or non-Native English speaker

8. Willingness to work on weekend days and/or weekday evenings

To apply:

Please send your resume, a recent photograph and professional references to our Personnel Manager at the email address given on the job heading, or to phone number 021.630.8514.

CST Language Centre


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 unit was about course development. It describes: the types of levels for testing from starter to upper-intermediate, examples of level testing for different age groups, needs analysis, syllabus design the assessment of students, and course evaluation. I learnt the differences and effectiveness of different types of testing based on different age levels and hours spent learning the language.This unit gives me a briefly idea about what I am going to learn from this course, the contents seem vey practical and useful. I was wondering which age gap is called young learners, now i know it's the ages between year 5 and year13. I am also clear about general terminology, there are so many organizations and terms, I felt totally lost, now I know their full names and areas which they are in.