Submitting an Application
Applications for any of our current vacancies should be submitted by completing the appropriate online application form. Only applications submitted via the relevant online application form will be considered.
Applicants will be shortlisted solely on the basis of the information provided on the online application form. CVs and covering letters will not be considered in the shortlisting process. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Candidates who have been shortlisted for Teaching and Learning support positions will be invited for interview. Regular face-to-face interview rounds are conducted both in the UK and Bangkok. Depending on timing and availability, interviews may be conducted remotely in some instances. Non-teaching positions are normally conducted in school, as and when vacancies arise.
Whilst some teaching vacancies may arise throughout the year, the main annual recruitment phase normally begins in December/January, allowing selections to be made and contracts to be signed ahead of the new academic year in August. The Principal, supported by other school leaders and personnel, travels to the UK for face to face interviews every February.
Teaching candidates will be required to supply the following documents at interview stage:
- Degree / Certificate(s) of Education
- Identity Documents; Passport or National ID
Successful candidates will be requested to present the following documents in order to fulfill the Offer of Employment:
- Acceptance Letter
- Employment References
- Criminal record disclosures for all main places of residence
- Health disclosure
- Professional Photo
- Marriage Certificate (if relevant)
All successful candidates are required to comply with our Safeguarding and Data Protection by presenting agreement on the school’s Code of Conduct and Acceptable User Policies.
Teaching staff report to the Principals and Vice Principals (Junior and Senior). Administrative and Operational Staff report to the Principal and Director of Business Services.
Safeguarding and Welfare
Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a check at enhanced level with the Disclosure and Barring Service for those candidates from the UK and/or other reference and security checks for the candidates residing/working outside the UK. Further/refresher training is provided as part of the school induction procedures for any staff who will be regularly working in direct contact with students.
Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok promotes equality of opportunity for all candidates. We are a selective school where skills, qualifications and experience are considered carefully and thoroughly. For teaching positions, face-to-face interviews are normally conducted. Interviews may also be conducted remotely depending on timing and availability.