ESL Jobs in Bogor

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Indonesia, as a diverse country, provides the challenge of meeting people from different cultures with unique characteristics. Bogor, located to the south of Jakarta, has a blend of big city and countryside vibes. Bogor offers you the ease of living in a big city with the peace of living in the countryside. From Bogor, you can easily commute to Jakarta, as well as going to more rural places full of beautiful scenery.



EF is the most recognized language organization in the world. EF Swara has two centres in Bogor; Bogor Pajajaran and Taman Yasmin.



All of the centres are equipped with top quality teaching aids, materials and educational multi-media technology. For more information, please visit our website, http://www.efjakarta.com



As EF Kids and Teens, we are looking for candidates who are creative, energetic in teaching kids.



Qualifications

We are continually looking for qualified ESL teachers who meet the following requirements:

• Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in English
or Bachelor’s Degree in any field supported by TEFL/TESOL/CELTA

• IELTS or Cambridge Test (CAE) or an official TOEFL iBT certificate for non-native English speaker

• Must be able to provide the original documents upon arrival:

University Degree, Academic Transcript, and TEFL/TESOL/CELTA Certificate



Benefits

- A competitive salary allowing for a comfortable lifestyle and travel opportunities in and around Indonesia.

- Sponsorship of legal KITAS (work visa)

- Career development plan and opportunities for advancement

- A return air ticket.

- Paid leave.

- Accommodation/ accommodation allowance

- Medical insurance.

- A renewable one year contract.



Please send your CV; recent photograph and the supporting documents to:



Grace Marcella

HR Department EF Swara Group (Jakarta, Tangerang and Bogor)

Email: [email protected]





Visit our website for live chat assistance http://www.efjakarta.com/



Or apply online in http://www.efjakarta.com/career-with-us
 

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Competitive amongst all the other EF branches in Bogor.
So $1,000 a month


Rp 13,531,609

The average salary for a English Teacher is Rp 13,531,609 in Jakarta, Indonesia.Aug 13, 2020



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Can you define what you mean by 'highly competitive salary allowing a comfortable lifestyle and travel within Indonesia'?

That's been the EF blurb since forever. I prefer to have a salary defined in numbers rather than adjectives, but maybe that's just me.

I'm interested in how they intend to get people into the country though. Will they have to get the KITAS first?
 

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That's been the EF blurb since forever. I prefer to have a salary defined in numbers rather than adjectives, but maybe that's just me.

I'm interested in how they intend to get people into the country though. Will they have to get the KITAS first?

I used to work at EF so I know the salaries aren't actually competitive at all. Plus half the other things that are listed on the their job postings.
 

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Competitive amongst all the other EF branches in Bogor.
So $1,000 a month


Rp 13,531,609

The average salary for a English Teacher is Rp 13,531,609 in Jakarta, Indonesia.Aug 13, 2020



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It depends

If you are talking regular schools(national national plus, international), then it will be 20 million+.

Language schools like EF, if you add in the housing allowance(if you pick you own place), it is a little more than 14 million.

This is excluding what you should be paid for(marketing tool).
 

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That's been the EF blurb since forever. I prefer to have a salary defined in numbers rather than adjectives, but maybe that's just me.

I'm interested in how they intend to get people into the country though. Will they have to get the KITAS first?
I am trying to remember how many people I know who worked at EF AND had a legal visa... tis a struggle to recall... I do recall several being sent off out of the country every so often to do a visa renewal ;)
Not that I know a thing about Bogor EF

The wages have barely changed in a decade from what I can see.

Berlitz is another one who charges high prices for NES tuition & pays low wages .

Pay peanuts, get monkeys as the saying goes.
 

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I am trying to remember how many people I know who worked at EF AND had a legal visa... tis a struggle to recall... I do recall several being sent off out of the country every so often to do a visa renewal ;)
Not that I know a thing about Bogor EF

The wages have barely changed in a decade from what I can see.

Berlitz is another one who charges high prices for NES tuition & pays low wages .

Pay peanuts, get monkeys as the saying goes.
 

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Bogor offers you the ease of living in a big city with the peace of living in the countryside. From Bogor, you can easily commute to Jakarta, as well as going to more rural places full of beautiful scenery.

Well that's one way of looking at it :ROFLMAO:.

Another way is:
  • if you're looking for ease of living, or "peace", this is not the city you're looking for
  • try commuting to Jakarta in rush hour then get back to me
  • yes some beautiful scenery, just don't mind the litter, motorbikes, mosque loudspeakers, and other annoyances
  • and forget about trying to find any alcohol
 

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EF's recruitment strategy years back was if you were white, could speak some English, even broken English, you had legs to stand in front of the class, had no teachong experience, would work for a pittance, didn't mind sharing accommodation with many undesirables, were easily duped by their promises of holiday pay and return airfares, and would work illegally on tourist visas then you had a "job". I guess it may have improved, but now they ask for teaching degrees!! Would be interesting to see what they pay as compared with a decent school.
 

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EF's recruitment strategy years back was if you were white, could speak some English, even broken English, you had legs to stand in front of the class, had no teachong experience, would work for a pittance, didn't mind sharing accommodation with many undesirables, were easily duped by their promises of holiday pay and return airfares, and would work illegally on tourist visas then you had a "job". I guess it may have improved, but now they ask for teaching degrees!! Would be interesting to see what they pay as compared with a decent school.

You just have a Bachelors(any), TEFL/TESOL/CELTA, and a pulse. If you were like me who lived in country, even better.

EF pays about 12-14kj and for a decent school, at least 20j, but probably double what EF pays.
 

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