Teach English abroad (in Jakarta or Bogor-Indonesia) to start June, July and August 2017

INDONESIA / EF English First Swara Group

We are continually looking for EFL teachers with the following qualifications:
• Must be a passport holder from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand
• Age is preferably between 26 – 50 year old
• Must hold a minimum of Bachelor Degree in English or Bachelor degree in any major supported by TEFL/TESOL/CELTA or other English Teaching certification
• Must be free from HIV/AIDS, drugs and mental illness
• Able to provide the original documents for KITAS purposes such as:
o University Degree Certificate and the Transcript.
o TEFL/TESOL or other English Teaching Certificate

Our next available vacancies will be for June, July and August 2017

The ideal candidate will be someone who works well within a team, has a positive outlook, enjoys making friends and has the ability to adapt to living and working in a developing country.

We offer a comprehensive compensation package, which includes:
– Highly competitive salary allowing a comfortable lifestyle and travel within Indonesia.
– Sponsorship of legal KITAS (work visa)
– 5 days work week ( 2 days off in a week )
– A return air ticket.
– 22 days paid leave.
– Accommodation assistance.
– Medical insurance.
– Incidental medical allowance.
– A renewable one year contract.
– The chance to work within a professional team teaching English to the highest standards in Indonesia today.

Please send your full CV, a recent photograph and contact details of two professional referees to:

Grace Marcella
HR Department EF English First Swara Group
Arjuna Utara Street No 1
Gedung Tomang Tol Lt. 4
Tanjung Duren Selatan
West Jakarta 11470
Phone: +62-21-56942002 / Fax: +62-21-56942112
E-mail: efswara8@gmail.com
Website: http://www.efjakarta.com

Nationalities Accepted: UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand

Expires: June 30, 2017

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