Cambodian school seeking English teacher

"Private primary school in Beanteay Meanchey province near Cambodia- Thai border has extended their service to support poor community school in the remote area. They told me that they need an English Teacher to teach the children from grade 1-5. If you know any one who is willing to work in Cambodia and in the provincial town. Please let them contact me so I can talk to the school director or I will help them to communicate directly. The school can provide the accommodation to stay with them at their home and maybe food is ok. They are very friendly family and 4-kid in the family."

Vichet Thankun, 2009-2010 Hubert H. Humphrey International Fellow at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota.  (contact Sherry Gray for more information)




Bio from 2009:
Mr. Vichet Kun Than has worked domestically and internationally in the fields of administration, finance, logistics & procurement for over 18 years, and program facilitation with organizations such as Medicine Sans Frontiere (Doctors without Boarders), Care International, Inter Tek Co. Ldt., and several United Nations agencies. He currently serves as chief of operations and sub-grant manager for the USAID Health System Strengthening Project, implemented by University Research Co. LLC in Phnom Penh, where he provides training to government counterparts and NGO local partners, develops monitoring and supervising tools to ensure grantee compliance with donor requirements, performs internal and external audits, and monitors finance, procurement, budget management, administrative, and personnel procedures. He received a master’s degree in business administration from Norton University in Cambodia.
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