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IDP Education (Cambodia) Ltd is part of a global education network that has more than 80 offices in 32 countries. IDP in Cambodia has multiple business streams including ACE campuses in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, the management of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), provision of study abroad counselling services, scholarship program management, and conference and exhibitions management.

IDP is seeking fully-qualified native English-speaking teachers at the Australian Centre for Education, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Key Requirements:
A minimum commitment of six months is required.

Applicants who apply for a teaching position must meet the minimum requirement of an undergraduate degree and a recognised ESL/EFL teaching qualification, for example the  CELTA. An ESL/EFL qualification should contain at least 120 hours of classroom instruction, usually intensive over a four-week period, and a practical teaching component of at least 6 hours. ACE is unable to accept online courses or those which do not meet these requirements.

Experienced Young Learner, EAP, BEP and IELTS preparation teachers are especially encouraged to apply, as are current IELTS examiners and teachers with experience using Moodle in the classroom.

ACE is committed to protecting the rights of children and may request evidence of current police clearance.

How to Apply:
Interested applicants are invited to submit their CV and Cover Letter to Mr. Theara Chea, HR Coordinator via recruitment.cambodia@idp.com.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Applications is open until vacancies are filled.
www.cambodia.idp.com

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