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Company: Holmsglen English Language Centre
Location: Melbourne
Position: Casual Teachers

Position Details

Casual teachers – ELICOS and Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)

Holmesglen | Who we are

Holmesglen is a leading Australian provider of vocational and higher education and one of the largest government-owned TAFEs in the state of Victoria.

We offer industry training, certificate, diploma, and degree programs across six locations and seven campuses.

Locations include Chadstone, City, Moorabbin, North Melbourne, Glen Waverley, and Eildon.

As a multi-award-winning institute, you can learn more and do more at Holmesglen.

Holmesglen English Language Centre

The Holmesglen English Language Centre delivers ELICOS programs and study tours, accredited Certificates in EAL for AMEP, TESOL teacher training, and offshore projects for international clients.

The English Language Centre is experiencing growth in student numbers as we return to on-campus class delivery. Casual teachers for ELICOS and AMEP are sought for Term 2 2022.

About the roles

As a teacher in the Holmesglen English Language Centre you will:
• Prepare high quality lessons that address individual learning needs and pathway goals
• Deliver high-quality, innovative and engaging English language training
• Monitor, evaluate and assess student English language progression and successful course completion
• Work as part of a team, sharing teaching ideas and approaches
• Contribute to the development of learning and assessment resources

The Teacher AMEP will plan and deliver English language and settlement topics within the EAL framework.

The Teacher ELICOS will plan and deliver English language classes that develop learners’ English language and study skills for vocational or higher education studies within set timeframes.

Teachers with appropriate qualifications may teach across both AMEP and ELICOS programs.


The Teacher ELICOS must hold at the minimum:
• An Australian undergraduate degree or equivalent and a post graduate TESOL Qualification that includes at least 6 hours of supervised teaching practicum in TESOL
• TAE40116 or equivalent
• Working with Children Check (WWCC)
• National Police Check no more than 12 months old
The Teacher AMEP must hold at the minimum:
• An initial teacher education qualification that includes at least 22 days of supervised teaching practicum in TESOL, or
• An undergraduate degree or equivalent and a post graduate TESOL Qualification that includes at least 22 days of supervised teaching practicum in TESOL
• TAE40116 or equivalent
• Working with Children Check (WWCC)
• National Police Check no more than 12 months old

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to:
Andrew Palmer
Program Manager International
Holmesglen English Language Centre
P: 03 9564 2751

Applications close Friday 6 May 2022

Company: Times Academy
Location: Sydney
Position: ELICOS Teacher

Position Details

Times Academy is a fresh and energetic English language college providing courses in General English, English for Academic Purposes, Test Preparation and English for High School Preparation to international students.
We are currently looking for energetic and enthusiastic teachers to join our team.
Prospective teachers need to meet the following criteria:
• a degree or diploma of at least three years full-time or equivalent (teaching or other); and
• a suitable TESOL qualification (100 contact hours face-to-face or equivalent distance education plus 6 hours supervised and assessed teaching practice)

Teaching duties
• Preparing & conducting classes in basic to advanced English language skills for ELICOS programs.
• Diagnosing & assessing the extent of ELICOS students’ language difficulties & adapting lessons in relation to these needs
• Administering & assessing tests & assignments
• Monitoring & recording student progress
• Keeping students regularly informed of their assessed progress
• Writing reports on student progress for relevant stakeholders (students, parents, etc.)
• Classroom management; including the establishment & maintenance of an inclusive & supportive learning environment

Administration duties
• Maintaining accurate attendance records
• Maintaining accurate records of assessment results
• Maintaining records of daily lesson content

Applications are open to recent CELTA graduates and working holiday visa holders.
To register your interest, please send your CV plus relevant qualifications to

Company: ILSC Education Group Australia
Location: Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney
Position: Casual English Teacher (ELICOS)

Position Details

Casual ELICOS Teachers ILSC Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney
ILSC Education Group Australia

Overview of role
ILSC Education Group is one of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing language schools, known for the quality, rigour and variety of programs that are tailored to best meet international student needs and interests. ILSC Programs include General English, English for Academic Purposes, IELTS Preparation, Cambridge Preparation, and a variety of engaging Elective classes.
The Casual ELICOS Teachers play a crucial role in engaging ILSC students in their English language studies, ensuring best practice in L&T methodologies, classroom management, assessment, and use of educational technology; being a successful mediator between a descriptive curriculum and student goals and needs; supporting student academic progress and student satisfaction; ensuring academic integrity at all times; working collaboratively and constructively within the teaching and broader teams; completing all administrative and reporting tasks as required; and adhering to relevant ILSC Policies and Procedures.
Casual ELICOS Teachers will represent ILSC’s core values internally and externally, upholding a collaborative and supportive staffroom ethos, and participating actively in sector Communities of Practice and Special Interest Groups.
Casual ELICOS Teachers are supported by the ILSC Head Teachers, report to the campus Director of Studies, and are engaged under the terms of The National Employment Standards (NES) and the Educational Services (Post-Secondary Education) Award 2020.
Job Duties
The Teacher duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following tasks:
• Teach a variety of multimodal (face-to-face, online, and/or hybrid) ELICOS classes (teaching roster and total weekly hours to vary based on operational need)
• Work collaboratively with ILSC Head Teachers and other ILSC Teachers
• Prepare and upload clear lesson plans prior to each lesson
• Perform periodical analyses of student goals and needs against set learning outcomes
• Embrace a principled communicative methodological approach
• Engage students in their learning through a student-centred teaching philosophy
• Enhance classroom learning and teaching by implementing new resources and technologies
• Provide students with regular formative feedback, including writing tasks and summative academic progress reports, in accordance with ILSC guidelines
• Be alert to and escalate student welfare concerns as appropriate
• Complete all teaching-related admin accurately and within required deadlines
• Attend and actively participate in Session Meetings & Professional Development Sessions
• Actively contribute to ILSC’s positive learning ethos and inclusive, collegiate staffroom culture
• Commit to reflective practice (self/peer observations, engaging with ELT literature and trends)
• Participate in and represent ILSC in SIGs and CoPs
• Other related duties or projects as determined by the campus Director of Studies

Key Selection Criteria
Education and Experience
• Recognised Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent)
• Cambridge CELTA or Cert IV TESOL (or equivalent)
• Excellent understanding of TESOL methodology, programs, and assessment practices
• Experience with online learning management systems and multimodal delivery
• Demonstrated focus on continuous professional development (English Australia CPD Framework and NEAS CPD Points highly regarded)

Skills and Attributes
• Passionate about English language teaching and international education
• Excellent people skills and ability to engage students of all levels and backgrounds
• Sophisticated intercultural awareness and communication skills
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Willingness and flexibility to teach across different course types and levels
• Effective time management skills to meet sessional deadlines
• Ability to deal with unexpected issues and differing student needs
• Ability to problem-solve under pressure or escalate as required
• Excellent collaboration skills
• Ability to work autonomously as well as within a team
• Excellent organisational, administrative and computer skills, including MS Office (MS Teams desirable)
• Excellent work ethic
• Professional appearance and demeanour
• Current Working with Children Check (as per state requirements)
• Full Australian work rights

To apply via the Seek portal, please include:
• Your updated CV
• A one-page cover letter specifying:

1. The campus you are applying for
2. How you meet the requirements of the role (please refer to above Job Description)
3. How you have developed professionally over the last two years, including your skills with classroom technology

Successful applicants will be invited to an in-person group interview.
About ILSC
ILSC Education Group is an award-winning global educator that delivers quality educational programs using a dynamic approach that responds to student interests. Our largest and longest running division, ILSC Language Schools, has been offering language training programs to international students from more than 100 countries since 1991. We also offer a range of programs through our Colleges, Corporate Training, and Continuing Education divisions. Since opening its first school in Vancouver, Canada, ILSC has become a world leader in language and career training, and has grown to include eight incredible locations around the world, in Vancouver, Toronto and Montréal, Canada; New Delhi, India; and Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, Australia.
ILSC’s Mission & Core Values
Our mission is to keep developing ILSC as one of the finest schools for language and career education where people have excellent and transformative learning and living experiences.
We collaborate & learn: The ILSC community collaborates together and learns from one another, both locally and globally.
We inspire & transform: We deliver academic excellence, we inspire growth and we transform lives.
We respect & celebrate: We respect one another and celebrate our diversity, creativity and a job well done.
Vaccination Policy
ILSC Education Group currently has a mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination policy in effect, and all new hires will be required to provide proof of full vaccination on hire. ILSC Education Group will provide accommodation to anyone who is unable to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for a Human Rights protected reason, to the point of undue hardship, in accordance with the applicable statute.

For any questions regarding the role, please email:
Sandra Pitronaci
National Academic Director, ELICOS & Pathways

Company: APC and English Unlimited
Location: Sydney and Melbourne
Position: Campus Managers

Position Details

APC and English Unlimited are looking for 2 innovative and entrepreneurial Campus Managers (Sydney and Melbourne) to join our team.

About us

At APC Education Group (“AEG”), we believe that students are at the heart of everything we do. We embrace the need for continuous improvement through an approach that encompasses Enterprise Education (EE) values.  Through this approach we develop a unique partnership between our students and APC resulting in a student experience that is distinctive and unique to each learner by ensuring we balance the four primary learner outcomes: Academic, Employment (Career), Migration and Social goals (“Four Pillars”) at every point along their learning journey.

What you will get:

  • Work at an innovative and established RTO with over 25 years of experience
  • Supportive team environment
  • A challenging role with opportunities for innovation, growth and professional development

About You

Do you have what it takes to be a part of APC Groups’ dynamic culture?

Do you embody Enterprise Educational values and have a propensity towards demonstrating emotional intelligence in work conceptualisation, execution and interpersonal communication?

We are looking to hire someone who is very much akin to what we like to call APCEEesque. This means that we are looking for a candidate who is:

Authentically altruistic – someone who brings their whole self to work every day and cares about the development of the learner and their support team just as much as the development of one’s self

Passionate – an individual who has a passion for life-long learning and continuous improvement

Committed – someone who is committed to the organisation’s mission, vision, values as well as the goals of their enterprise unit and their own personal goals

Enterprising – an individual who is agile; innovative; a team-player; critical thinker; loves to rise to a challenge; not afraid of ambiguity and change; brings their own flair and originality to the role and is able to add their own imprint to Australian international education

Emotionally Intelligent – someone who is self-aware; empathetic; a great communicator; able to regulate emotions and have the courage to innovate in advancing international education

About the Role

Each AEG campus operates with its vision aligned with the Four Pillars outcomes to facilitate the successful progression of students through their academic program and the college life at AEG.

The role includes:

  • Strong leadership, staff mentoring and professional development, as well as coordinating with other essential learning support services to ensure learner and staff satisfaction,
  • Smooth daily operations of the campus(es) aligned with the internal and regulatory bodies policies as well as the government legislation,
  • Providing safe and enjoyable environments to students and staff members at the campus level through implementation of agreed plans to maintain high service levels demanded by students and other stakeholders through Service Level Agreements,
  • Enhancement of student satisfaction as well as improving student progression and completion rates and recommending and managing various learning programs best suited to meet learner needs at that campus,
  • Developing strategies for student recruitment outcomes,
  • Developing and fostering relationships with local stakeholders (such as our agent partners) to support continuous growth of the campus(es).

Essential qualifications and experience:

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent
  • A familiarity with aspects of general education principles as they relate to the delivery and context of adult education
  • A familiarity with aspects of business administration, including marketing, customer service, and the management of projects, finances, and human resources.
  • Initiative and leadership skills
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Interpersonal and communication skills, including the handling of disputes, complaints and appeals with fairness and compassion.
  • Organisational skills, including time management, attention to detail and follow-up
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Determination and resilience
  • Critical thinking skills, including the posing of problems and developing innovative solutions.
  • Previous experience in the Education Industry

Desirable qualifications and experience:

  • Masters degree or equivalent experience
  • Understanding of the Australian education industry for domestic and overseas students, including regulatory authorities, peak bodies and  other stakeholders.
  • Understanding of the compliance requirements and laws, pertaining  to the provision of education to domestic and overseas students, including, but not limited to; ESOS Act, ELICOS Standards, as well as the ELICOS Standards, Standards for RTOs.
  • Understanding of the compliance requirements pertaining to VET Student Loans, including but not limited to; the VET Student Loans Acts, Rules and determinations.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to the Student Experience Director, Marta Setkowicz at to be considered for this role. Please indicate for which position you are applying (Sydney or Melbourne).

Company: Discover English
Location: Melbourne
Position: Casual English Teacher (ELICOS)

Position Details

Discover English is an award-winning English School, opened in Melbourne June 2010 with the objective of being one of Australia’s premier English language colleges. All courses at Discover English are approved by NEAS and ASQA, and the college is a member college of English Australia.

We are seeking qualified and experienced English Language Professionals to join our team.


• Provide quality learner-centred ESL lessons
• Teach up to 25 hours per week
• Teaching either face-to-face, online or hybrid
• Provide feedback to students during teaching hours
• Monitoring students’ attendance and progress
• Willingness to actively participate in professional development and contribute positively to a culture of continuous learning.
• Complete a range of administrative functions in support of the course being taught, including marking tests and entering results in the Student Management System


To be successful in this role, you should have:
• a recognised degree or equivalent;
• a recognised TESOL qualification; and
• a proven track record in teaching a diverse range of students


If you meet the above criteria, please email your CV and cover letter to Joanna Kelly,

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Company: Explore English
Location: Melbourne
Position: Casual English Teacher (ELICOS)

Position Details

Explore English offers English language programs to international students who wish to improve their English language skills for further study, international communication, personal development or for business and professional purposes.

Position Details

As a teacher, you will be responsible for the delivery of high-quality and effective lessons to international students.  This includes utilising technology that is available in the classroom and providing interactive lessons. It is expected that a range of hands-on activities is incorporated into lesson planning that provides students with a quality learning experience.  There is an expectation that marking, lesson preparation and general course administration are completed in a timely manner.

Responsibilities include:

• Providing educational activities ensuring the highest standards of teaching and learning are provided to all students in accordance with the Centre’s strategic goals
• Teaching a range of ELICOS programs to international students
• Participating in extra curricula activities that enhance the students’ experience
• Participating in staff meetings
• Completing all necessary administrative duties to ensure compliance (work records, student attendance, assessment marking, student results and other data entry)
• Providing academic advice to students
• Engaging and interacting with students in order to promote a friendly, fun and creative learning environment


• Possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral
• Be passionate about teaching
• Have a proven record in implementing and supporting flexible and innovative approaches to teaching and learning and the use of new technologies
• Willingness to participate in and contribute during professional development sessions

To be successful in this role, you should have:

• a recognised degree or equivalent and
• a recognised TESOL qualification; or
• a recognised degree in education with TESOL method
• Working with Children`s Check

If you meet the above criteria, please send your CV and cover letter to Anna Young, Academic Manager

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Company: Albright Institute
Location: Sydney
Position: General English Teacher

Position Details

Sydney ELICOS teaching positions available in March 2022.

Albright Institute is looking for a General English teacher to teach a Sydney evening class Monday to Friday. This is a face-to-face teaching position and starts on Monday March 21st .

Albright Institute proudly delivers quality English courses .

Applicants need to

-be passionate about teaching

-have good communication skills

-be willing to learn new skills

-be focused on student engagement and learning

-have prior teaching experience

Applicants must have a recognised degree and a CELTA or equivalent.

Applicants must be living in Sydney.

Please submit an application that includes an up-to-date resume as well as a cover letter detailing relevant industry experience.

The interview will be conducted via Zoom.

Please send your CV to:

Company: The University of Sydney, Centre for English Teaching
Location: Sydney
Position: Education Manager (University Pathways)

Position Details

  • Join a supportive and innovative management team at a leading University language centre
  • Full time, continuing role
  • $109,663 – $123,674 p.a. + 17% superannuation

About the opportunity

As the Education Manager (University Pathways), you will foster CET’s strategic stakeholder relationships and manage the delivery of University Pathway programs. You will lead the University Pathways teaching team and be responsible for teacher recruitment, development, and appraisal.

Your key responsibilities will be to:

  • report to the Director CET and Head of Learning Hub
  • assist in developing a strong leadership role for CET in the ELICOS industry
  • assist with ensuring CET activities are aligned with the University’s strategic priorities
  • manage the ongoing development and coordination of the University Pathways programs in collaboration with the University Pathways teaching team
  • managing the development of 9 teaching staff, culture, and practice
  • oversee the student welfare and monitoring progress
  • support the Director and CET Deputy Director to manage University Pathways compliance processes
  • prepare and deliver the language programs, including adjunct learning support programs, offered by CET

About you

  • relevant undergraduate degree and appropriate teaching qualification/s relating to teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults
  • extensive experience developing and managing effective systems for continuous assessment of student progress on a large scale
  • experience developing, implementing, and presenting on best practice strategies in an ELICOS environment
  • experience in managing university pathways programs in a large organisation within the competitive educational environment
  • well-developed analytical skills with the ability to think strategically at a high level
  • ability to develop, motivate, and support high performance, innovative teams of staff and teaching professionals.

To keep our community safe, please be aware of our COVID safety precautions which form our conditions of entry for all staff, students and visitors coming to campus.

Sponsorship / work rights for Australia

Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. For a continuing position, you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident. Australian Temporary Residents currently employed at the University of Sydney may be considered for a fixed term contract for the length of their visa, depending on the requirements of the hiring area and the position.

Pre-employment checks

Your employment is conditional upon the completion of all role required pre-employment or background checks in terms satisfactory to the University. Similarly, your ongoing employment is conditional upon the satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary step, including the termination of your employment.

This position is designated as involving child-related work. To undertake or remain in this position, you are required to apply for and obtain a Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.

EEO statement

At the University of Sydney, our shared values include diversity and inclusion and we strive to be a place where everyone can thrive. We are committed to creating a University community which reflects the wider community that we serve. We deliver on this commitment through our people and culture programs, as well as key strategies to increase participation and support the careers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoplewomenpeople living with a disabilitypeople from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and those who identify as LGBTIQ. We welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds.

How to apply

Applications (including a cover letter, CV, and any additional supporting documentation) can be submitted via the Apply button at the top of the page.

If you are a current employee of the University or a contingent worker with access to Workday, please login into your Workday account and navigate to the Career icon on your Dashboard. Click on USYD Find Jobs and apply.

For a confidential discussion about the role, or if you require reasonable adjustment or support filling out this application, please contact Rachel Strong, Recruitment Operations, on 02 8627 7612 or by email

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Company: International College of Management
Location: Sydney
Position: Sessional English Teacher

Position Details


This program is designed for students who meet the academic requirements for our pathways but need or would like additional English language proficiency before commencing study. Students will develop the essay and report writing, presentation and critical thinking skills in English that are required for success in undergraduate study. In addition, classes are restricted to a maximum of 18 students, ensuring a high level of individual support and assistance throughout the program. The curriculum has been designed to cover a broad range of topics to accommodate students who are preparing to study any of the academic programs offered.


This is an opportunity to provide a high-quality teaching and learning experience to students.  You will deliver General English, Academic English and Cambridge Test Preparation courses at our Aspire Institute at 151 Darley Road, Manly.

Presently, classes are held between 8.30am and 4.30pm from Monday to Thursday.

Responsibilities include:

  • Facilitating ESL learning catering to a broad range of student needs
  • Delivering best education practice aimed at developing English language skills
  • Recording student progress and conduct assessments
  • Interacting positively with a diverse range of students to promote a fun, friendly and creative learning environment


To be successful in this role, you should have:

  • a recognised degree or equivalent and
  • a recognised TESOL qualification; or
  • a recognised degree in education with TESOL method
  • working with children check
  • a proven track record in teaching a diverse range of students


If you meet the above criteria, please send your CV and cover letter addressed to Linda Karlsson, Head of English Language Program

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.


  • Educational Services (Post-Secondary Education) Award
  • Category: Teacher

Only short-listed applicants who have the ability to work in Australia will be contacted.

Company: CQUEnglish
Location: Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne
Position: Casual Academic English Teacher (ELICOS)

Position Details

CQUEnglish is a NEAS Quality Endorsed centre and offers courses in English for Academic Purposes for adult learners on pathways into CQUniversity degree programs. Our students benefit from our drive for excellence in learning and teaching in a supportive and friendly environment.

CQUEnglish is currently seeking expressions of interest from qualified and experienced English Language Teaching professionals to join our team. Appointments will be offered on a casual contract basis.

Selection criteria

Qualifications (essential)

  • Three-year full-time degree or equivalent
  • Recognised TESOL certificate (100 contact hours + at least six hours supervised and assessed practice teaching in TESOL) or a degree/diploma in education with TESOL method


  • At least 2 years’ full-time equivalent English Language teaching experience, preferably at a recognised and quality endorsed Australian institution
  • Experience teaching English for Academic Purposes courses desirable


  • Proven ability teaching English as a second language in a multi-cultural classroom.
  • Experience teaching in online environments using Zoom (desirable)
  • Willingness to actively participate in professional development and contribute positively to a culture of continuous learning
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and an ability to lead and work within teams
  • A strong commitment to a customer-service based approach to education provision

Interested applicants should send a CV and cover letter addressing the above selection criteria to the following  campuses based in SYDNEY, BRISBANE and MELBOURNE.

 Please note, only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.


Nikola Mitic, Senior English Language Teacher


Becky Passfield, Senior English Language Teacher


Paul Williams, Senior English Language Teacher

Our next  programs will commence on Feb 28 and April 18, 2022, and run for a 10- week period. We have several intakes throughout the year.

Current renumeration rate per hour: $82.83 (CQU Enterprise Agreement 2017)

Company: Holmesglen English Language Centre
Location: Victoria, Australia

Position Details

Holmesglen English Language Centre operates within Holmesglen TAFE. Holmesglen is one of the largest TAFE institutions in Victoria, offering a very diverse range of vocational and higher education courses. Reflecting this scale, HELC offers several programs including the well-known Commonwealth-funded Adult Migrant English Program, CELTA, Cert IV TESOL and its own in-service qualification, the Graduate Certificate in Teaching English as an Additional Language. Holmesglen is very active in international education and offers study tour programs combining English with vocational content and practical industry experience. HELC has a proud history in ELICOS and the provision of other support to international students.

The Program Manager International works as part of a management team which includes the Program Manager AMEP and the HELC Operations Manager. Reporting to the Head of Centre, the PMI oversees all teaching activity in international programs. This includes:

1. Teacher and curriculum management
2. Leadership to support:
– new initiatives as we respond proactively to emergence from the pandemic;
– cost effective operational management;
– business development processes;
– student recruitment including active engagement in marketing; and
– the achievement of identified targets.
3. Management of compliance and quality assurance requirements consistent with relevant regulatory authorities and any applicable contractual obligations.
4. Continuous improvement activities

The successful candidate will likely have the following attributes:

– experience or demonstrable potential in teacher leadership and management
– a thorough understanding of and experience in international education and ELT specifically
– the capacity to work with complex systems and processes common to large public sector organisations.
– a tolerance for ambiguity and a deep enthusiasm for learning among diverse communities, both face to face and in blended and online formats
– someone who brings a collaborative and creative mindset to problem-solving

An applicant with CELTA training experience or other ELT training background would be highly regarded as would knowledge and qualifications in the vocational training sector. Applicants are expected to hold a bachelor degree with post graduate TESOL (adult education) qualifications including a supervised practicum.

Please send any enquiries / applications to:

Adam Kilburn –

Location: Cambodia
Position: Teachers

Position Details

Exciting teaching opportunities exist for fully-qualified native level English-speaking teachers at the Australian Centre for Education within IDP Education Cambodia at four campuses in Phnom Penh and one in Siem Reap. Children’s Program, Young Learners Program, General English Program, Business English Program and English for Academic Program teachers with at least one year experience are preferred as are teachers with current IELTS examiner status and teachers with experience using Moodle.

Details of Position

ACE is the largest, longest established, most respected, and best equipped ELT institute in Cambodia and has 200 teachers and over 20,000 students.
Would you like to teach in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap, in Cambodia, a country located in the heart of South East Asia and ASEAN? There are exciting teaching opportunities for fully qualified native level English-speaking teachers at the Australian Centre for Education Cambodia at three campuses in Phnom Penh and one in Siem Reap province.

Phnom Penh is a bustling city that is developing fast, with excellent facilities for foreigners, and perhaps the best, and cheapest restaurants in South East Asia. Siem Reap was voted a top Tourist Destination of 2015, and is a delightful place to live and work, with the magnificent temples of Angkor just a short ride away. The spirit and essence of old French Indo-China is preserved in a country, which at the same time, has one of the fastest growing economies in ASEAN.

Cambodia is a great place to live and work, why don’t you give it a try?
We are looking for YL, GEP, BEP and EAP teachers, those with at least one years experience are preferred as are teachers with current IELTS examiner status and teachers with experience using Moodle. A minimum commitment of 12 months is required.


ACE is accredited by NEAS, an Australian ESL industry standards body, and the minimum requirement for all applicants is an undergraduate degree plus a CELTA, or accredited equivalent.

All applicants will be required to provide original or acceptable certified copies of certificates. An equivalent ESL qualification should contain at least 120 hours of classroom instruction, usually intensive over a four-week period, a practical teaching component and should be accredited by a recognized body. ACE is unable to process applications which do not meet these requirements.

Salary and Benefits

  • Highly competitive salary
  • Most liberalised employment and tax regime in region
  • Group accident and hospital and surgical medical insurance cover
  • Highly motivated Cambodian and International students
  • Extensive teachers’ resource centres, at international standards
  • Teacher professional development sessions offered each term
  • Comfortable and modern teaching environment
  • 22.5 teaching hours a week

ACE is an initiative of IDP and is committed to protecting the rights of children and may request evidence of current police clearance.

Please send the following documents to

  • Your updated CVs & Cover letter
  • Certificates along with the transcript
  • Degrees together with transcript
  • A valid passport pages

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

For more information about ACE, please check our website