8/6/15 – K-12 Librarian
CIA FIRST International School, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Sarah P’s comments: Here is a break-in position for a school librarian. This school is somewhat new (2004) with two fairly good reviews. They are using Follett and also appear to have some other library resources as well. Could be a chance to build the library and your international resume. The position is listed as date passed but as they just posted this on The International Educator (which you should join) it is obviously still open. However I would contact the school immediately if you are interested. At this late date this is an opportunity for those without school certification and/or prior international experience. Also, no age restriction!
|Name:||CIA FIRST International School|
|Address:||Street 2004, no. 108
Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh
CIA FIRST International School is a private, non-sectarian international school that opened in 2004 with 16 students and the mission to cater to all students without prejudice, and to enable the “whole child” (physical, mental, moral, and social) to master local and global competence and citizenship. Students additional tracks in French and Chinese (Mandarin). The Khmer curriculum elective, which includes workbooks developed by CIA FIRST International School for K5 – Grade 12, has been recognized by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport. Our school values diversity and global citizenship, which is reflected in the enrollment of our student body representing more than 18 countries and 12 primary languages spoken in the student’s homes. While some may see this as a challenge for educators, at CIA FIRST International School we see this as a rich opportunity for our students to learn side-by-side with peers from diverse backgrounds, thereby enriching their education experience and global competence.
Our school hosts student enrollment from K3 (pre-school three year olds) through high school grade 12. The coming school year we will open up a new campus site that will host our middle – high school students (grades 6 – 12) and in following years also kindergarten and elementary school alumni. CIA FIRST International School uses a standards-based curriculum supported by the American AERO framework – challenging, professionally validated, voluntary academic standards. CIA FIRST International School is in the process of Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Accreditation. CIA FIRST International School values innovation and has innovative initiatives around parent engagement, environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and technology. CIA FIRST International School has a partnership with the Rotary Club Phnom Penh (“Interact” – the Rotary Club’s international youth service club for youth 12 – 18 years of age). In addition, we have three Parents as Partners Associations (Kindergarten, Elementary, and Middle/High School).
Globally minded, passionate educators are encouraged to apply now for various teaching positions in school year 2015/2016, starting on 15th of August 2015.