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ACLEDA Institute of Business (AIB) is one of ACLEDA Bank Plc's subsidiary companies. It is officially recognized by the Royal Government of Cambodia as a private higher education institution on 25th January 2016. We provide Master/Bachelor/Associate degree program majoring specifically in Banking and Finance. We are currently looking for qualified candidates to fulfill the positions as part-time lecturers as follows:

Job Title
1. Bachelor and Associate Degree Program
- Lecturer in English (6 posts)
- Lecturer in Computer (4 posts)
- Lecturer in Mathematics (4 posts)
- Lecturer in Accounting & Finance (4 posts)
- Lecturer in Business (3 posts)
- Lecturer in Khmer Culture (3 posts)
- Lecturer in Philosophy (2 posts)

2. Bridging Course
- Lecturer in English (4 posts)
- Lecturer in Computer (2 posts)
- Lecturer in Mathematics (3 posts)

Location: Based in Phnom Penh
For detailed duties, job and document requirements, please visit our website:

How to Apply
Interested candidates are requested to complete the application form provided by AIB and submit CV and cover letter to Building #50, Corner Street 516 and 335, Phum 6, Sangkat BeungKak I, Khan TuolKork, Phnom Penh,
Tel: +855(0) 23 999 944 / 881790
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
The application deadline is March 30th , 2016.

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