TEFL Job in Indonesia (4)

Date posted:2016-03-17 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected]

EF English First is looking for an EFL teacher to join a dedicated team of four teachers in a newly opened school in Semarang. We specialize in teaching all levels of students, from early elementary to teens, from young adults to business professionals. You will be supported with EF English First courses geared specifically towards each age group and regular teacher training workshops with an emphasis on continued professional development.

Semarang lies in the northern part of Central Java. It’s a bustling mid-sized city with a population of 1.5 million. A hub for business throughout the region, Semarang has great transport connections with Ahmad Yani airport offering flights throughout the archipelago (Jakarta is an hour away and Bali 90 minutes), and frequent international flights.


Planning and delivering lessons to both adults and children from 4 years old, in both one-on-one sessions and group workshops of up to 14 students.

Using electronic media and EF-developed courseware to teach English efficiently and effectively

Evaluating student progress and providing ongoing guidance for improvement

Maintaining regular office hours

Testing and placing new students in appropriate courses 


A genuine interest in teaching, education and developing yourself

Open-mindedness, an adventurous spirit, and flexibility

Bachelor's degree

Native level English speaker

Passport issued by the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia or New Zealand



Competitive salary

Paid annual leave

Official work visa and permits

Flight reimbursement

Comprehensive medical Insurance


Professional development and academic support


Send your CV and recent photograph to the email 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.


This unit teaches the number of ways a teacher can adapt to a number of different teaching environments, be it a new class, a new school, absolute beginners or complete strangers. It explains the importance of using warmers and other methods to gain the students trust and engagement aswell as how to ensure the class (no matter what the size) is engage and feels validated in their learning.This unit provided me with a good groundwork for using past tense verbs in the TESL classroom. The recommendations for when to use one form or another were useful in that I as a native speaker have not thought directly about when one form is used over another. While the definitions may be a challenge for students, I will use these materials in the classroom to reference and guide students.