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Khmer Teacher vacancies
No experience required – perfect for new graduates & Year 4 students!
- G2K teaches Khmer language and culture to adult foreigners
- You will get paid during 3 months of training
- Full-time roles only – part-time is not available
- Great working environment with a friendly team
- Benefits include: school holidays, NSSF (ប.ស.ស.), seniority, pension, insurance, uniform…
Gateway to Khmer (G2K) is seeking trainee Khmer language teachers to join our training program, and teach at our school in Phnom Penh. G2K is a great place to work, and most of our existing teachers have been with us for more than 5 years.
You will teach Khmer as a second language to students who speak foreign languages (for example English, French, Spanish, Korean etc).
Full training is given, so you do not require previous experience teaching Khmer.
You will teach students how to speak, read and write in Khmer and how to comprehend spoken Khmer. G2K teachers are mentors and guides to students in areas of culture and how to thrive in Cambodia as a foreigner. Teaching is offered in the mornings, afternoons and evenings, and is taught on a rota basis, but you receive a monthly salary rather than only being paid for the hours that you teach. The role will also involve lesson preparation, marking homework and various admin/ other tasks as required.
Your students will be a variety of ages, and come from many different countries, so it is essential that you enjoy working with people, have an appreciation of different cultures and can adapt well to work with/ teach different personalities.
Gateway to Khmer (G2K) is a school teaching Khmer language and culture to foreigners – with in-person and online classes. We are committed to providing the very best quality language and culture education in Cambodia. The school offers a comprehensive learning program, highly trained teachers and regular assessment for all students.
We want to enable expatriates in Cambodia to thrive, to integrate well into their new communities, to meet, work with and serve people using local language, and to do so with respect for Khmer culture.
The school opened in 2014, and our students are diverse in nationality and purpose in Cambodia. While most work for NGO’s, schools, and church/ mission organisations, others work for international agencies, private businesses or simply have a personal interest in learning Khmer.
In January 2020 G2K moved to a brand new, modern, campus building, which is the home of our in-person and online teaching.