- No CV? No problem. British Council in Jakarta has just the internship for you
- Website offers turnkey Jakarta internship solution for European students
- Teach First Grade in Jogyakarta [31 Aug 2011]
- Teach Accounting in Paradise (a Bali international school)
- Young, female native speaker of English (including Dutch) needed in Indonesia
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
I’m only half joking. How lovely are those employers who refuse a CV? Just fill out the form you’ll find here at the British Council’s Jakarta, Indonesia website and they’ll be reviewing it within 30 days. If you get the … Continue reading
Of course there’s pro’s and con’s to letting someone else arrange your internship. But if you’re interested in European companies in Jakarta, then for comparison purposes, at least, you should out the Indo Intern website.
This has been open for at least 22 days and you’ve still got over a week. It’s also a temporary spot, so that might check the competition a bit, also. Be aware that it has been advertized in the Jakarta … Continue reading
This is a dream job boys and girls, and I quote (Jakarta Post, 19 Aug): “Exp IGCSE & A Level Accounting & Business Studies Teacher required for National Plus School in Bali. Min. 2 years teaching experience & relevant qualifications. … Continue reading
Here’s a classic FOB (fresh off the boat) fresh out of the Jakarta Post (19 Aug 2011): “If you are a young, female native speaker English teacher. Please send your CV with photograph to: 0217206108 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or … Continue reading
The Poverty Reduction Support Facility (PRSF) is a joint project between AusAID and the Government of Indonesia to improve the quality of policy advice for poverty programs in Indonesia. PRSF is expanding one of the working groups, the Data Unification … Continue reading