Monday, May 26, 2008

English Teachers Job, Lowongan guru

LBPP LIA Bintaro

LBPP LIA, recognized as the leading and largest non-formal English Language Center in Indonesia, invites potential candidates who meet the following requirements to fill the position of:

English Teachers for Adults
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta Selatan)

Is highly motivated, achievement oriented and has genuine intent to develop self and others
Is willing to teach at any time slot
Is wiliing to undergo a 3-month Pre Service TEFL Training Program
Is between 22 to 45 years of age
Has a college degree (S1 or D3) in any discipline
Has a valid LIA EPT score equivalent to ITP min 500 & Oral Test min 76 or ITP min 500, or iBT min 61, or IELTS min 6


Please send your application letter, CV, copy of valid test score, copy of certificates, recent photograph to adress below and must be received before May 26th 2008.

LBPP LIA Bintaro
Jl. RC. Veteran Raya No. 20
Jakarta Selatan – 12330

Advertised 26 may 2008 Closing Date: 13-6-08

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