SERVE AT HOPE

 

 

 

Welcome, from the Director!

Thank you for considering HOPE International School as a place to use your professional qualifications to serve the Lord in Cambodia! Hiring qualified Christian teachers who are committed to world missions is foundational to our success as a school. Our staff integrates Biblical knowledge into its curriculum. Caring teachers deliver stellar courses that enhance our students’ desire to learn and think critically.

HOPE teachers and administrators are afforded many opportunities to impact the lives of students and members of the community. Whether it is in the classroom, on the sports field, or in Model UN, staff are an integral part of developing our students. HOPE is also a supportive community who is committed to the success of its staff through many avenues of professional development and cross-cultural transition. Most importantly, HOPE encourages its staff to grow their spiritual life through daily devotions, worship, and Christian community.

I am praying for your discernment as you seek where the Lord is asking you to serve.

Adam P. Ecklund, PhD

Being a transient international community, HOPE interviews and hires teachers and administrators year-round.

We are looking for enthusiastic, caring professionals who are followers of Christ to serve in Cambodia. At HOPE, we want Christian teachers who can wholeheartedly embrace our mission to support world missions by providing quality, Christ-centered education. If you do not see a job listed below that you would be interested in, or qualified for, please reach out to Recruitment.

At this time, the Cambodian Government requires all staff on campus to be vaccinated for COVID-19.

  • Candidates must have an understanding of Christian education, have the ability to integrate Biblical principles in their teaching, and be willing to live out their Christian faith in and out of their classrooms.
  • Candidates should possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, be adept with technology and demonstrate flexibility in working in a cross-cultural environment.
  • Teachers are expected to have a Bachelor’s degree or higher and be certified to teach.

Please take a moment to read through the Frequently Asked Questions and HOPE Lifestyle Statement.

HOPE for me was such a big part of my life and even now I continue seeing how the experiences I had and relationships I made shaped who I am today! It was a very special community and I’ll never forget the mentoring from teachers who went above and beyond the call of duty as well as the deep relationships I built with my classmates that still carry on today. There certainly is something special about HOPE and I’ll keep coming back to visit whenever I can!
Jesse Willsmore

Alumni, Australia

I definitely believe HOPE teachers are special – not only because they themselves are missionaries, called by God to Cambodia to serve the missionary community – but also because they love Jesus in radical, practical ways, which permeate into everything they do. I saw my teachers’ relationship with God in the way they taught, the way they asked me how I was doing, and the way they led early morning devotions, encouraging me to be a part of a generation that is unafraid of asking tough questions and pointing to the Truth. HOPE teachers, though each of them unique in their own way, all taught me so much about what it means to serve and love God and His people.
Sarah Sommer

Alumni, Switzerland

The word of God is integrated into every aspect of our curriculum. We are not just developing our kids mentally, emotionally & physically, but we are also turning them into spiritual champions. I also love the fact that we are like a family. We encourage each other, we build each other up, we pray for one another etc. It has truly been a great blessing being a part of this community.
Amera Gardose

Primary Teacher, Philippines