As lifelong learners, our faculty and staff bring a wealth of knowledge from all over the world. We represent more than 10 countries and, collectively, our senior academic leadership team has over 60 years of experience in education. Among many, our shared core values include family, integrity, wellness and civic engagement. We are a community of artists, scientists, authors, visionaries and much more. No matter what your hobby or lifelong passion is, there is a place for you here at CIS.
Teaching vacancies at CIS are advertised via Schrole, an education recruitment platform. Candidates can apply at no cost. Non-teaching vacancies are advertised on Bongthom, a local recruitment website. Candidates are asked to review and follow the application instructions outlined in each posting.
We deliver the Canadian Alberta Education curriculum which is highly regarded internationally. When you join CIS you join a network of schools in Alberta Province and abroad dedicated to ensuring a bright future for the next generation of leaders. There are opportunities for you to collaborate with other professionals at Alberta Education schools and create meaningful partnerships across time zones that can last a lifetime.
We are also an International Baccalaureate (IBO) World school and offer the IB Diploma Programme from grade 11.
As a diverse international community, the Canadian International School of Phnom Penh is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all people regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, or national origin.
We offer airport pick-up service and visa assistance for all incoming expat faculty and staff.
The school makes special arrangements for employees who must quarantine upon entry. Specific information about this will be shared with successful candidates.
CIS provides housing to overseas-hired faculty. There are housing options that fit the needs of newcomers ranging from single teachers to teaching families.
The school only covers insurance for faculty and staff. However, we do provide affordable options for dependents, including non-teaching spouses and children.
All faculty members are required to obtain Alberta certification with the Ministry of Education. The process to acquire certification will be shared with successful candidates.