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===> Director of Studies for Young Learner Language School on the Tropical Island of Indonesia : 1,400 USD / month + flights + bonuses + more
Posted By: Gold Star TEFL Recruitment <teach@GoldStarTeachers.com>
Date: Thursday, 22 August 2013, at 1:26 p.m.
Director of Studies - Young Learner School
Private Language School
Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia
Position: Director of Studies
Location: Makassar, Indonesia
Are you looking for a Director of Studies position in a dynamic and exciting education environment? Can you lead a team of international teachers and ensure the highest possible academic standards for our students?
We are seeking a Director of Studies who can lead our modern young learner English language school on to great things in the beautiful city of Makassar, Indonesia.
Essential qualities for this challenging position include strong people management skills and the ability to motivate and lead a team of international teachers. A proven track record in teacher training through workshops, class observations and one-on-one support are vital to this role.
The right candidate will be organized and logic in planning and implementation of new school initiatives. Excellent creativity and problem solving skills are also needed.
You will have a degree in an English related subject (Education, TEFL, Linguistics or Literature) and credible TEFL qualification as well as a wide range of teaching experience, especially to young learners and teenage students. You will be well versed in TEFL methodology and teaching techniques.
We are a truly global company, established in 1965 and now with over 400 centers around the world. We teach over 20,000 students in 65 schools throughout Indonesia and have established ourselves as the market leader for private language learning. We have positions available year round in the cosmopolitan capital city of Jakarta.
The main age group range from 7 to 14 years old, although classes are also offered to younger students and older teenagers as well, ensuring teachers teach a wide variety of ages and abilities. This age group requires a lot of energy and passion as well as the ability to create excitement and fun in the classroom.
Teachers are encouraged to use their creativity to really bring the lesson alive and make the most of a variety of activities such as role plays, group work, competitions, drama and stories. The class sizes are kept small, to an average of 6-12 students, which allows for noticeable progress to be made and also makes classroom management that much easier.
Course materials & technology
Popular with students and teachers alike, our course books have been developed by a dedicated team of linguistic and educational experts. Course books are accompanied by a wide range of supplementary materials including flashcards, posters, handouts, CD’s, videos, songs and in-class computer applications, all essential for teachers to deliver varied and engaging classes. All schools have interactive white boards, connected to the internet and loaded with multimedia resources which add an exciting new dimension to how you teach.
Indonesia is a wonderful blend of people, cultures and ethnicities with a population of over 245 million, the fourth largest in the world. Located in South East Asia, Indonesia is a collection of 16,000 islands spread along equator with Australia to the south and Singapore and Vietnam to the north. Enjoy a pleasant climate ranging from 16 – 35 degrees throughout the year with two distinct seasons. Indonesia boasts some of the most break-taking natural beauty on the planet with endless possibilities for adventure and exploration, from the pristine beaches of Bali to the jungle treks in Bukit Lawang and much more.
Makassar is the provincial capital of South Sulawesi, Indonesia and the largest city in Sulawesi island. Makassar has become the primary port and airline hub of the eastern archipelago, the thousands of remote islands being developed and incorporated into the mainstream of Indonesian society and economy.
Makassar also played a key role in Indonesian history. The 16th-century Gowa Empire was based here until the Dutch weighed in. Nowadays Makassar is a bustling city with inhabitants from all over the archipelago who come to region to trade, study, buy provisions or just to escape the limitations of village life.
-Maximum 40 hours per week, 6 days per week
-Teacher training and development
-Teaching high quality lessons
-Scheduling and timetabling
-School development and operation
-Attending professional development seminars and DoS training sessions
-Excellent salary: 14,000,000 Rupiah per month net (roughly 1,400 USD)
-Flight reimbursement provided (50% after 6 months, 50% after 12 months)
-Contract completion bonus: 14 million Rupiah (roughly 1,400 USD)
-Performance based bonuses
-Accommodation provided free for first 30 days and help finding an apartment
-12 days paid vacation per year plus 1 week for Labaron, 1 week for Christmas and other public holidays
-Legal work visa and permits provided and paid for by the school
-Full medical insurance provided by the school
-On-going training and professional development
-Salary increase for second year contracts
-Career development opportunities worldwide
-Airport pick up
-Native English speaker from USA, UK, Canada, Australia or New Zealand
-Bachelor’s degree in an English related subject (Education, TEFL, Linguistics, or Literature)
-At least 3 years of teaching experience and 1 year of management experience
How to apply
Please send the following to Mark at teach@GoldStarTeachers.com
-Degree & TEFL certificates (scan)
-Passport photo page (scan)
-Reference letters #MAKADOS07M
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