ACLEDA Training Center (ATC) is one of ACLEDA Bank Pic's subsidiary companies as a private limited company. Currently, ATC provides training to ACLEDA staff as well as local and international participants from other organizations. ATC is pleased to announce recruitment for part- time English Teachers who meet specific requirements as following:
Job Title: Part-Time English Teachers
- Cambodian National 03 Positions
- Native English Speaker or Expatriate 03 Positions
Duties and Responsibilities
- Deliver English Language teaching in accordance with curriculum
- Manage classroom
- Prepare course work materials, tests, examination papers, and homework
- Produce and develop new materials including audio and visual resources
- Use creative and diverse methodologies to teach English
- Evaluate students' class work and assignments
- Record and maintain student attendance records and grades
- Bachelor's Degree of Education in English or Master's Degree is preferred
- TESOL certificate is preferred
- Experience of teaching English for adult at least 3 years
- Cambodian National,Native English Speaker orExpatriate
- Fluent in speaking, reading, writing and listening English
- Excellent team working and collaborative skills
- Ability to keep and adapt ATC and Cambodian Culture
- Patience and good sense of humor
- Be punctuality and high responsibility
- Willing to work through the guidelines and curriculum of ATC
How to Apply
Interested candidates are requested to submit a cover letter with a CV, and recommendation letter via Email or House #50, Corner of Street 516 and 335,Phum 6, SangkatBeungKak I, Khan TuolKork PhnomPenh, Tel: +855(0) 2? 999 944 / 881 790 A
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
The application deadline is January 08, 2016.
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