The American University of Phnom Penh is pleased to invite applications for the following positions:
Collegiate Faculty Member for English
Instructor for the English Preparatory Program.
The collegiate faculty member is responsible for teaching college-level English composition courses, and other courses, including English for Business Communication etc.
The Instructor will be responsible for teaching in the English Preparatory Program, to prepare the students for college-level work.
For the collegiate position, we seek candidates with a minimum of a Master's degree in a relevant discipline from an American or other western university, and with teaching experience in American or other western institutions.
For the EPP position, we seek candidates with at least a Bachelor's degree plus additional qualifications (Master's preferred) together with demonstrated experience in teaching English as a second language.
To apply, please send your cover letter, CV, a copy of your passport information page and a scan of relevant degrees/transcripts to email@example.com. Please use the form "[Faculty Application] - Full Name" if you are applying for the collegiate position, and "[EPP] - Full Name" for the EPP position.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Any questions may be directed to the same email above.
About American University of Phnom Penh
The American University of Phnom Penh is a private university with a non-profit mission, founded upon local initiative with the guidance and support of experienced U.S. educators. Our Founders aspire to provide high-quality education to students in Cambodia and from across the region right here in the historical and cultural heart of Southeast Asia. Since 2013, AUPP has grown rapidly, from providing only three undergraduate programs to providing seven undergraduate programs in fields ranging from Law and Business to Civil Engineering and IT Management, and an MBA program. We are proud to be the only university in Cambodia to provide accredited U.S. degrees via the dual-degree programs with partner U.S. institutions, including the University of Arizona and Fort Hays State University.