Duration: From July 01st to August 11th, 2020
Deadline of application: April 30th, 2020
The “Junior Resident Fellows Program” is an intensive 6-week study program for American, French and Cambodian undergraduates. It will take place from July 01st to August 11th, 2020 at the CKS Headquarters located in Wat Damnak, Siem Reap, and CKS Second Office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Brief Program Activities
The program is structured around two hourly interactive classroom sessions and select field trips to historical and cultural sites in and around Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Field trips will also include visits to national and international NGOs. Classroom sessions will begin by briefly covering Cambodia’s early history before examining major social, political, economic and cultural changes since the country gained independence from France in the early 1950s. Particular attention will be paid to Cambodia’s recent past, and the ways in which the country is re-engaging with regional and international communities.
Fellows will also attend daily ‘survival’ Khmer language classes and conduct a small (10-15 page) personal project. Instructors are required to provide guidance and support for these projects. Outside of the classroom, in Siem and Phnom Penh, fellows will have the opportunity to interact with organizations working in the areas of development, education, democracy promotion, human rights and journalism. Total contact time is 45 hours; this does not include time spent on field trips.
For more details about the program click here: https://khmerstudies.org/programs/junior-resident-fellows/
Therefore, CKS is looking for a qualified candidate to perform the role as the Instructor of the program. He/she will be responsible for:
- Developing the program syllabus based on CKS Junior Scholar Curriculum
- Leading the program including providing his/her presentation, identifying and inviting the speakers
- Mentoring the junior fellows on their research development and research paper writing
- Provide feedbacks/evaluation of individual performance of fellows to CKS
- Fluent English
- PhD or advanced PhD candidates that have undergraduate teaching experience
- Research and/or teaching experience in Cambodia and/or Southeast Asia
- Experience teaching undergraduate students
A competitive remuneration package will be proposed based on the applicant’s experience.
Interested Candidates should send a CV (2 pages max) and one-page cover letter outlining their interest in the program by e-mail to Suong Samedy via firstname.lastname@example.org with the email title: Application for Instructor for Junior Resident Fellowship Program 2020.