TEFL Job in Bali

Date posted:2009-06-25 | Writer: Stenden University Bali | Email: [email protected]

Stenden University Bali is looking for a native English speaking TEFL teacher to conduct English classes to our students who are studying the International Hospitality Management (IHM) program.

Also you are able to teach the English Language Course (ELC). The ELC prepares students to reach a score of IELTS 6.0. This is a course for 18 or 36 weeks depending on the level of the students.

Teaching experience:

Teaching at high school but preferably university level

Educational background:

Bachelor/Master/ TEFL or TESOL an advantage.

Start date:

First week of September 2009


Bali Indonesia

Who are we looking for:

A young dynamic person with a passion for teaching, looking for a unique experience to work and live in Bali for the period of 1 year.

About us:

Stenden Bali is part of Stenden University The Netherlands, an institution with more than 100 years of experience in education. It was first established in 1904 and developed into a global university with more than 10.000 students attending its programs in one of the universities’ campus sites, either in The Netherlands, Germany, the middle east, South Africa, Thailand, and now also Bali.

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume including passport sized picture to the email address 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 unit shows how we could apply ESA in lesson planning with good examples. It is very useful in terms of knowing the expectations, the flows, the material aids and others. I'm more comfortable with plan and anticipate the problems before starting the class. I would appreciate if there are some examples given based on real situation (i.e. what problems a teacher had encountered and what were the solutions).I found this lesson extremely useful as a newbie. Some of the listed methods was not entirely clear (for example the silent method) though. The really beginning of the unit was a bit useless considering that in this course we are learning about the ESA method. Good to see so many techniques of teaching for all phases of a lesson but I am sure I need to revise this many times before I actually start teaching.