Intern (Administration in Music Department) reports directly to the Director of Business Services and is responsible for the administrative support services in the school. Core duties include;
• answering telephone calls into the administration section and routing them efficiently and accurately to the appropriate areas;
• helping to deal with enquiries and concerns from other members of staff and parents;
• assisting with routine administrative tasks including updating databases;
• coordinating with Music department staff in various daily tasks;
• arranging individual music lesson schedule for students;
• working with students and parents on the matter concerning music lessons;
• arranging and promoting recitals and Music events to community;
• assisting with ad-hoc jobs in the Administrative office and support special events in the School e.g. Speech Day, Concerts, FOBISIA, trips, and other events hosted or attended by the school, including high-profile events such as Last Night of the Proms;
• the professional appearance of waiting areas in the reception areas of the Music Department.
• line managed by the Director of Music
• provide “front-line” administrative support for all department users (students, parents, outside agencies, wider-school staff)
• provide “in-house” administrative support for the departmental staff (DoM, Instrumental Teachers, Classroom Teachers, Interns, Gap Students)
Shared Responsibilities with the Customer Services Team:
Intern (Administration in Music Department) works as part of a team of staff providing the customer service function of the school. The Customer Services team comprises the administration, secretarial, reception, and public relations function of the school. The responsibilities and tasks fall upon the team will be discharged effectively through;
• adopting a close working relationship between each member of staff of the team and with the line manager;
• prioritizing and organizing duties and responsibilities on a day-to-day basis to ensure an equitable division of workload between each member of staff of the team, a proper and timely completion of tasks including coping with absences of staff and short-term increases in workloads;
• sharing knowledge, information and expertise in order that each member of staff of the team is able to effectively carry out any responsibility that falls upon the team.
Intern (Administration in Music Department) will;
• be positive, engaging and friendly in manner to all staff, students and visitors to the school;
• be professional, neat and presentable both in the work and tasks undertaken and in their personal appearance;
• have a “can-do” approach be efficient and accurate in dealing with work and duties assigned;
• have a good spoken command of English and Thai and competent written skills in both languages;
• be flexible in their approach to work and enjoy working as part of a team;
• adhere at all times to the spoken English policy;
• deal with information with the appropriate confidentiality as required;
• promote a favorable impression of the School at all times;
• undertake duties and responsibilities in accordance with the School’s policies and procedures.
Shrewsbury is one of South East Asia’s outstanding international schools, with enrolment of 1800 students from Early Years to Sixth Form, exceptional examination results and particular strengths in the creative arts, design and sport. The school itself enjoys a delightful and spectacular setting, right on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in the heart of Bangkok. The school is readily accessed by road and boats, which provide an easy and quick link to Bangkok’s Skytrain and the city centre. The link with Shrewsbury School UK (www.shrewsbury.org.uk) is taken very seriously and, year-on-year, develops into a world-class educational partnership.
Shrewsbury International School is committed to Safeguarding and Child Protection promoting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be required to
attend in-house Child Safeguarding programmes
promote and safeguard the welfare of all students in the school
report to the Child Protection Officer any concerns they have for the welfare of a student. This may include unsafe practices witnessed within the school as outlined in the school’s Speak Out (Whistleblowing) Policy.
keep professional relationships with students where personal boundaries are respected and maintained
seek advice from a Line Manager or Child Protection Officer with issues or concerns related to Child Safeguarding.
Satisfactory Thai Police Criminal Record check
Confirmation of identity (Driving License / Passport/National ID card).
Verification of qualifications and work experience
How to Apply:
Applications will be only be accepted on the official Shrewsbury International School Application Form, which isavailable on the school website “Job Vacancies” page.
Full details of the school are available on our website at www.shrewsbury.ac.th
Any queries should be forwarded to email@example.com
1922 Chroen Krung Road, Wat Prayakrai, Bang Kholame, Bangkok 10120