Teaching at IELC

A successful school is one that is committed to the learning and development not only of its students but also of its staff and teachers. IELC employs qualified native-speaker and non-native speaker teachers. IELC is strongly focused on teacher development and implements a CPD (Continuing Professional Development) program which includes teacher workshops, lesson observations, peer observations and on-going mentoring and support. Teaching at IELC is a rewarding experience and teachers are encouraged to exchange ideas relating to teaching methodology and teaching techniques. IELC’s teachers are also expected to continue developing their teaching skills through participation in our CPD program. Native-speaker teachers should have a bachelor’s degree and a recognized teaching qualification such as the CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults). Non-native speaker teachers should have a recognized teaching qualification and previous teaching experience.

Job Description

IELC’s teachers teach a variety of courses to a wide range of students. Other duties may include assessing students; administering and scoring placement tests and progress checks, as well as preparing necessary support material. Contracts are for 12 months.

Visa and work permits

All costs associated with the visa and work permit will be paid by IELC. These include visa fees abroad, and in Indonesia.

Hours of work

IELC’s teachers’ working week is a five day 40-hour work week, Monday to Friday.

Holiday entitlement

Teachers are entitled to 4 weeks paid leave per annum. Teachers also receive paid national holidays.

Sickness entitlement and health insurance

Teachers are entitled to basic health coverage, the terms of which are stated in the insurance policy. This covers treatment at the best hospitals in Solo.



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