Finding work in Peru without actually being there is not so easy. There are quite a number of large language chains and smaller single schools operating in Peru but they tend to collect their teachers from the local supply as it were rather than advertise online. By all accounts casually work can be picked up quite easily.
Likewise in Brazil. If you are there you stand a much better chance of finding work, especially of course in the big cities.
Jobs in Indonesia are advertised online, especially chains like EF, but again, if you're there in person it can help a lot.
Because of this, perhaps your best bet is to get over to the country of your choice and start (literally) knocking on school doors to see if they have work available. This can be a bit daunting but it you have enough money to see you through a few weeks and an open return flight if things don't pan out, it could be the way to go about finding work there.
Of course you may be lucky and find work through an online ad. Alternatively you could try trawling the net for schools in those countries and emailing them all on spec to find work. I did this once (though not for the countries you mentioned) and ended up finding a fantastic job in Australia who just happened to need someone when my email dropped in their lap!
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