• Indonesia
    • Jakarta
Classroom Audience

Program Details

  • Native English speaker
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cambridge CELTA, Trinity TESOL, or equivalent 120-hour TEFL course
  • 1 year adult teaching experience preferred
  • Clean criminal background
Classroom Audience
Weekly Classroom Hours


Salary / Benefits
Monthly salary: 16 – 17 million Indonesian Rupiah (1,200 to 1,275 USD)
Upfront economy flight from home country to Jakarta paid for
5 million Indonesian Rupiah accommodation allowance per month
Visa and work permits organized and paid fo
Up to 30 days hotel/guest house stay for first time comers from abroad
3 million Indonesian Rupiah settling in allowance for first time comers from abroad
Indonesian GSM SIM card with 100,000
Indonesian Rupiah credit
Discretionary performance based annual bonus on completion of contract
Outpatient medical benefits of 1 month salary (minus tax)
Hospitalization Insurance: Level 600
Health insurance
15 days annual leave plus national holidays (approx. 15 additional days)
What's Included
Dec 03, 2019
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About Program

On the Mark Education is looking for native English language teachers to join our team and teach communicative English to our adult students. Our center has been in operation since 2007 and is known as a premium provider of English language courses. There are currently six centers in Jakarta and one center in Bandung, Indonesia's third largest city. With new competitors in the market, we are looking to establish ourselves as the market leader.

Students at our centers are typically between 18 and 30 years old, they are students, who perhaps want to study abroad, or young professionals who are looking to further their careers.

This program is currently not being promoted on Go Overseas by its provider. Check with On the Mark Education Consulting for the most up-to-date information regarding the status of this program.

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