This is a full-time teaching role, so teachers are responsible to maintain at least 25 campus hours per week, and prepare for/teach 15 classroom hours per week.
Teachers collaborate with local employees of the school, including other teachers, directors, or the dean.
They build intentional and appropriate relationships with students, families, faculty, and the community, and seek opportunities to have deep conversations, lift for students and the campus, and model Son-like behavior.
Teachers should arrive on campus on time to be ready to teach well from the beginning of each semester and stay long enough to finish grading. Breaks in the school calendar at the end of each semester are the times when teachers can leave the city.
Teachers should stay connected with regular updates to North American partners and supporters. This includes attention to company communication standards.
Teachers will have support from the Cambodia leadership team to maintain a personal plan for growth in professional and personal development, language and culture, and team life.
Ongoing healthy feedback is provided as teachers commit to participating in campus team and country meetings, activities, regular fellowship group, and training events along with twice-a-year check-ins with the team leader.
Whether in person or online, teachers will actively engage in language and culture development through avenues such as language study for at least one hour per week.
Teachers must adhere to all company policies and professionally uphold the needs of our educational partners.
Requirements | Policies:
Punctuality is key. Arrive for class prepared with lesson plans and materials for class.
A commitment to working, learning, and growing alongside a team of peers.
Teachers under contract with a host institution should not be involved in outside employment.
Volunteer work should not interfere with current school lesson preparation, teaching, and other team responsibilities