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Westline Education Group Co., Ltd. (WEG) is one of the leading education and professional development providers in South East Asia through providing K-12 education using the Royal Government of Cambodia’s curriculum and English education.

In 2016, WEG expands Forest Hill International School Montessori Daycare and Preschool and APPLETREE International School offering educational standard and excellent services to more than 10,000 students in fifteen campuses located in Phnom Penh City.

Currently, WEG has expanded its new branch located in Chamkar Dong area, so WEG is looking for qualified, committed and experienced candidates to fill the following positions:

1. Head Cashier 01 position
2. Stock Keeper 01 position
3. Foreign Teacher (Native and Non-Native Speakers) 04 positions
4. Teacher of English (Adult English Program) 03 positions
5. Teacher of English (Young Learner Program) 01 position
6. Teacher of English (English Kindergarten Program) 03 positions
7. Khmer Primary School Teacher 05 positions
8. Khmer Kindergarten Teacher 01 positions

Qualified and Interested applicants are invited to submit your updated CV and cover letter stating the position applied for to The Westline School, Chamkar Dong Campus: #626, St. 217, Sangkat Dangkao, Khan Dangkao, Phnom Penh or via e-mail address: Visit our website: or 071 397 2222/ 071 35 35 888 for more detailed information. All submitted documents will be treated confidentially and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. The copied resume / CVs will not be returned.

Deadline for application: July 08, 2016
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