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AUPP



American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP)


The American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP), a newly created American-Style University located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, is seeking highly qualified faculty applicants for multiple faculty positions:

Position title: Freshman Year Faculty for January 2014 - August 2014
AUPP is looking for faculty to teach in the following areas:

Semester I (January–April)
English Composition I
Introduction to Law and Legal Systems
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Humanities
World Geography

Semester II (May-August)
English Composition II
Math Modelling
World History I
Environmental Science-Lab
Introduction to Sociology

Minimum Requirements:
• Ph.D. in relevant field is preferred; Applicants with a Master’s Degree and relevant university experience will also be considered
• Minimum of 2-3 years of teaching experience in U.S. Universities
• International or multicultural experience a plus
• Knowledge and experience in student assessment

Compensation:
• $3,000 - $5,000 per month, depending on qualifications and experience
• Western-style accommodations in Phnom Penh
• Health coverage

If interested, please send a cover letter, list of three references and current CV to info@aupp.edu.kh.
AUPP will contact qualified applicants to provide more information and to offer an opportunity to interview with an AUPP representative.



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