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American Intercon Institute (Aii) is a North American based standard institute specializing in languages and computer sciences. Currently, Aii offers series of English and Chinese language training programs, TOEFL preparation course and computer studies for all learners of all ages. Due to the increase of students for the upcoming term on January 27, 2014, we are now recruiting for experienced and qualified National and Expatriate Chinese Teachers with the following requirements:

- Fluency in Chinese language
- A high school diploma or higher in Chinese
- At least 2 years of teaching experience for national and 1 year teaching experience for expatriate
- Experience in working with students, parents and/or guardians
- Patient, Commitment, Dedication, and willingness to work with students and in school environment

Note: Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted.

Please submit your cover letter, CV and two 4x6 current photos before October 21,2013 to 217ABCD, Mao Tse Tong Blvd., Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Applicant who is currently not residing in Cambodia may submit his/her cover letter, CV and photos via email to: info@aii.edu.kh; inlo@ais.edu.kh; info@mjqeducation.com.kh, www.aii.edu.kh; www.ais.edu.kh; www.mjqeducation.com.kli; Facebook: www.facebook.com/aii.mjqeducation; www.facebook.com/ais.rnjqeducation
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/mjqgroup, Tel: (855) 12 498 398 / (855) 88 5377 788;
Fax: (855) 23 999 930

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