Qualified teachers needed for international schools in Indonesia!

Location Indonesia
Discipline: Overseas Teaching
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £See description for package details
Contact name: James Carson

Contact email: James@worldwide-teaching.com
Job ref: JC ID
Published: about 1 month ago

We are currently recruiting for a number of roles across Indonesia in places such as Jakarta, Surabaya and Bali. Successful candidates will hold a PGCE or equivalent and have relevant teaching experience in their subject. Additional visa requirements may apply. International schools in Indonesia are generally known as ‘intercultural’ or ‘community’ schools due to government regulations, but I’ll refer to them as ‘international schools’ here.

 

Why sign up with Worldwide Teaching? Our dedicated consultant James taught at international schools in South-East Asia for 6 years and thoroughly enjoyed his time there. He believes it is a fantastic region in which to live and teach, whether it’s your first overseas role or if you already have international experience. He knows the area inside out and can advise on the benefits of moving and working there.

 

Why move to Indonesia? With over 17,000 islands, Indonesia is the world’s biggest archipelago and offers breathtaking beaches and diverse landscapes. Its regions, home to over 300 ethnic groups, showcase unique food, culture, and languages. You can enjoy outdoor activities like hiking and scuba diving (James did his PADI Divemaster qualification in Bali) in its stunning natural settings. You can experience a laid-back lifestyle and tropical climate across the country. Established expat communities in Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bali welcome newcomers, making Indonesia an inviting destination for those seeking a slower pace of life.

 

There are a range of international schools in Indonesia, from new and growing start-ups to world-renowned, elite academic establishments. In terms of benefits, what can you expect? Indonesian international schools will generally offer a good salary with good saving potential, as the cost of living is low compared to the Western world. You’d also receive help with housing, usually in the form of an accommodation allowance, medical insurance, flights to and from the country (either annually or at the start and end of the contract) free or discounted tuition for your children (usually up to a maximum of two) and visa costs covered.


If you are interested and sufficiently qualified and would like more information, please send your CV to me at james@worldwide-teaching.com.