TEFL Jobs in Sihanoukville, Cambodia for Expat Teachers???

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TEFL Jobs in Sihanoukville, Cambodia for Expat Teachers???

Post by DomoDoge92 » Wed Mar 02, 2016 3:57 am

So Im moving to Cambodia in mid April and I was wondering if anyone knows of any schools in Sihanoukville that are hiring. Which schools are there and if any of them are hiring. Also I have heard that the pay is less than Phnom Penh is that true? Any tips, leads or any other info would be appreciated. I'm looking for Cambodia expat jobs.
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Re: TEFL Jobs in Sihanoukville???

Post by frank lee bent » Wed Mar 02, 2016 4:47 am

$5-7 / hr
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Re: TEFL Jobs in Sihanoukville???

Post by DomoDoge92 » Wed Mar 02, 2016 5:34 am

$5-7 an hour is that the average or your personal experience? seems a bit low
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Post by frank lee bent » Wed Mar 02, 2016 6:43 am

from friends who worked there for more than a year, one guy with over 30 years experience teaching.
4 different schools.
Kampot is about the same.
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Post by TheGrinchSR » Wed Mar 02, 2016 7:53 am

Not too many schools, lots of competition and rubbish money - teaching English in Snookie's not a great life plan. That's OK though, as long as you're ready to smoke some ice, bang some hookers, drink beer through a straw (which should be placed in the gap left by one of your missing front teeth), and live in a $60 fan room - you'll be fine.
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Post by Jamie_Lambo » Wed Mar 02, 2016 1:36 pm

TheGrinchSR wrote:Not too many schools, lots of competition and rubbish money - teaching English in Snookie's not a great life plan. That's OK though, as long as you're ready to smoke some ice, bang some hookers, drink beer through a straw (which should be placed in the gap left by one of your missing front teeth), and live in a $60 fan room - you'll be fine.
hahaha i thought you was going to put a constructive comment when i started reading it, then out comes same old grinchy hahaha

its true though theres hardly any schools lots of competition, regards to people with actual teaching certificates and not tefls, pay is less but cost of livings cheaper
phnom penh is the place you need to be if you want to teach english

judging by grinches comment he classes dolphin shack as the whole of sihanoukville :facepalm:
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Re: TEFL Jobs in Sihanoukville???

Post by WeekendWarrior » Mon Mar 28, 2016 12:42 pm

Siem Reap! A lot of work 6h a day and $300 a month, overtime $15/hour.

I'm NNative (better).

But Siem Reap 'sucks' - hot as hell, rude locals and absolutely nothing to do.. I'd go Battambang/Phnom Penh.
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Post by General Mackevili » Mon Mar 28, 2016 5:26 pm

DomoDoge92 wrote:So Im moving to Cambodia in mid April and I was wondering if anyone knows of any schools in Sihanoukville that are hiring. Which schools are there and if any of them are hiring. Also I have heard that the pay is less than Phnom Penh is that true? Any tips, leads or any other info would be appreciated.
Welcome to the forum.

What quals and experience do you have regarding teaching?
WeekendWarrior wrote:Siem Reap! A lot of work 6h a day and $300 a month, overtime $15/hour.

I'm NNative (better).

But Siem Reap 'sucks' - hot as hell, rude locals and absolutely nothing to do.. I'd go Battambang/Phnom Penh.
And a welcome to you too. $300 a month? Those jobs aren't taken by people who are serious about getting a teaching "job."

Those are taken by people who want to volunteer or who need something to keep them busy during their summer break while getting shit faced in Cambodia on mommy's allowance money.

Local teachers at ELT can make that.
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Re: TEFL Jobs in Sihanoukville???

Post by Marcus-Darkus » Thu Jan 26, 2017 9:10 pm

I'd consider a job in Sihanoukville. I've been teaching in Phnom Penh for seven months and have a TEFL. I'm not a backpacker and plan to stay here long term.

How often do jobs come up, and what sort of pay should I expect?

I'm on $1,100 now, ideally, I'd like 900$ minimum.
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Re: TEFL Jobs in Sihanoukville???

Post by frank lee bent » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:30 am

$5-$7/hr.
Many of the schools rip off their teachers too.
Vietnam or Myanmar pay far far better.
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