Teach English in Indonesia
Tanjungpinang, Bintan Island.
Bintan is a popular tourist destination. There is a plethora of watersports available including, snorkeling and diving in the coral reefs, canoeing, kitesurfing and enjoying the beaches. Other activities include golf, spas, fishing, and exploring nature. Bars and restaurants with international dishes can be found in the hotels.
It is a one hour ferry ride to Batam Island, Indonesia and two hours to Singapore. You can also fly to Jakarta, Indonesia in one hour.
Learning Journey English School is an evolving independent school which opened in November 2016. Our students are currently aged between 4 and 11 years old. We have a waiting list of potential students for secondary school aged students and adults.
There are two positions available:
1) Teaching pre-school and primary school aged students
2) Teaching secondary school aged students and adults.
As well as the learning objectives, we incorporate the students’ interests into planning the lessons. Therefore, our curriculum is emergent. We are looking for creative individuals who are self-motivated and enthusiastic to generate their lesson plans and materials independently. This will be done with the guidance of a mentor. Lessons should be engaging, interactive and stimulating and delivered in a friendly, student-orientated way. We seek individuals who are passionate about education and strive to build a strong rapport with their students.
The suitable candidate is respectful of different cultures and religions, has a positive mentality and is prepared to adapt to living and working in a developing country.
Minimum of a Bachelor degree in any major and a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA with in-classroom experience (not a weekend or on-line course) or other English Teaching certification
Holds a passport from the UK, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand
Passport valid for at least 18 months after arrival in Indonesia
Clean health record: Signed doctor’s letter to confirm free from HIV/AIDS, drugs and mental illness
Certified Criminal Background checks
Willing and ready to work a minimum 12-month contract
Able to provide original documents for KITAS purposes such as:
University Degree Certificate and the Transcript
TEFL/TESOL or other English Teaching Certificate
Small class sizes (for primary school aged students - maximum 8 students; for secondary school aged students & adults - maximum 12 students).
5 day work week (2 days off per week)
Maximum 30 hours teaching per week plus lesson planning and preparation
Two weeks full pay holiday leave (to be taken in one block) and paid leave on public holidays
Sponsorship of legal KITAS (work visa)
Expenses to cover basic living costs.
A renewable 1 year contract
This job vacancy is suitable for someone newly qualified looking to gain work experience teaching English as a second language to start their career.
Please send your full CV to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Include a cover letter stating which position you are applying for (teaching pre-school and primary school aged students or teaching secondary school aged students and adults), your teaching philosophy, details of any experience that you deem is relevant, a recent photograph and contact details of two professional referees.
On your application, please write the website where you found this vacancy.
We thank you for your interest but please note that only shortlisted candidates that meet the above requirements will be contacted.