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CEO Recruitment


Global Education and Training (GET), located in Phnom Penh Thmey, is currently recruiting for a Chief Executive Officer.

GET is an English language school that provides high quality English language instruction using the Australian Austral-Asia curriculum. GET is also a licensed IELTS Test Center.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree (preferably in a business related field); will have at least 5 years of experience in supervision and/or management (preferably including experience with a for-profit school); will be highly fluent in written and spoken English (native English speaker is preferred); and it is strongly  preferred that all foreign applicants will have successful cross-cultural work experiences. The successful candidate must also possess strong budget and finance management skills, network and partnership development skills, strategic planning and marketing skills, and will possess the highest degree of integrity.

This position reports to the GET Board of Directors.

For a more detailed job description, please refer to the GET facebook page at: Global Education and Training.

Qualified and interested candidates may apply by sending your CV and a cover letter summarizing your qualifications to: sokleak.h@getkh.com

Position recruitment closes April 17th, 2015.

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