Shift 360, a Swiss Foundation with representation in Cambodia, has received grants from the Swedish International Development Cooperation (Sida) and the Enhanced Integrated Framework/WTO (EIF) to support the development of the Academy of Culinary Arts – Cambodia (ACAC.) ACAC will train chefs for the Hospitality sector based on ASEAN standards. ACAC has been established by the Royal Government of Cambodia as a Cambodian Public Private Partnership. ACAC will be governed by a nine-member Board including senior Government officials and Representatives of the hospitality sector associations. Once operational, ACAC will deliver a post-high school two-year certificate program as well as short-term training/retraining programs on-campus and off-campus for professionals already employed in the sector.
Position Available and Qualifications:
The ACAC Head of Culinary Arts Teacher will report to the ACAC Dean and will work directly with the ACAC management team and teaching staff. His/her role will be imperative to train students to become chefs and food production professionals. He/she will ensure and maintain a learning environment where students are encouraged to learn the culinary arts in profound detail.
The Academy of Culinary Arts Cambodia seeks to hire a Culinary Instructor. Reporting to the ACAC Dean, the Culinary Instructor will deliver the practical and academic Culinary Curriculum to students and ensure the production of student meals. The position also ensures that all facilities are kept to the highest international standards with regards to cleanliness, safety and organisation.