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Do you love ENGLISH?


If you hold a master's degree or higher, we want you to join us as a full time English lecturer. CamEd Business School provides professional accounting and finance training to the staff and management of Cambodia's top companies and organizations. We now provide a Bachelor of Accountancy. Part of preparing a succesful finance professional is to ensure they are strong in English communication skills.

Interested candidates should submit their CV by email to: hmunin@cam-ed.com by May 29, 2016. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. The selection process includes a mock lesson taught in front of a focus group of students and an interview.

Address: 64 Street 108: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: 023 986 522 / 099 998 831 , Email: hmunin@cam-ed.com

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