Westline Education Group (WEG) is committed to being the leading education provider in South East Asia. Today, WEG runs the Westline Schools and Northline Schools which provide K-12 education using the Royal Government of Cambodia's curriculum and English education. The Group also manages the Educational Development Institute offering education and business training, consultancy and research aiming to improve the capacity of educators, managers and young entrepreneurs in Cambodia.
WEG is dedicated to providing world-class education through professionally-managed institutions that focus on innovation, curriculum excellence, dynamic extracurricular programs, community service and student leadership. To support its mission, WEG has partnered with the Cambodia-Laos Development Fund, a Luxembourg-based private equity fund managed by Singapore-registered Emerging Markets Investments.
As part of its development, WEG is planning to open an International Day Care Center and an International School, so WEG is looking for qualified, committed and experienced candidates to fill the following positions:
|WEG (International School & International Day Care)|
|1. Day Care Center Manager (Foreigner only)
2. Child Care Specialist
3. Operation Coordinator (International School)
4. Operation Coordinator (Day Care Center)
5. Baby Child Care Assistant
|WEG (Head Office, The Westline School & The Northline School)|
|1. Customer Service Manager
2. Head Receptionist
Qualified and Interested applicants are invited to submit your updated CV and cover letter stating the position applied for to The Westline School, Daun Penh Campus: #22, St. 51 Conner 154, Sangkat Phsar Thmei III, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh or via e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website: www.wegcambodia.com or contact 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.
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