IDP Education (Cambodia) operates multiple business streams including: English language teaching through its school, the Australian Centre for Education (ACE), operated on three campuses in Phnom Penh and one in Siem Reap, with 13,000+ students; the national management of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS); provision of study abroad counselling services; scholarship program management; and conference, event and exhibition management.
IDP is seeking suitably qualified applicants (Cambodian or non-Cambodian) for the positions of Business Development Manager and Director of Studies for its school, ACE.
Business Development Manager:
The primary duty of the Business Development Manager is to promote all IDP business streams in Cambodia, design, develop and implement strategies for growth and the new business opportunities. Detailed information about the position is available at www.idp.com/cambodia/aboutus/employment
Director of Studies:
The Director of Studies is responsible for the management of all academic programs in the school to ensure quality and client satisfaction. The Director of Studies liaises with relevant stakeholders. The successful applicant will be required to take up duty on a starting date to be negotiated (preferably in October 2015). Detailed information about the position is available at www.idp.com/cambodia/ace/employment
IDP Cambodia provides a pleasant multinational working environment, a competitive salary package, visa renewal costs, work permit reimbursement, international group medical insurance, and staff development opportunities.
Applications must be submitted to the HR Coordinator (Mr Chea Theara)
via email: email@example.com by Friday 28 August, 2015.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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