Key responsibilities1. Answer phone calls in a pleasant, informed manner for the purpose of providing information and creating a good image of the school2. Greets all incoming students, families and guests respectfully and professionally3. Assists in all aspects of maintaining a professional front office, including but not limited to, fielding and directing incoming phone calls to the appropriate staff member in a timely, professional manner, filing and copying and faxing of sensitive information4. Develops a positive, welcoming and caring climate in the Front Office5. Consistently exhibits high standards of professional conduct6. Assists students and others with routine problems7. Assists with reprographic and printing requirement for all staffDCY Admin Manager (2016)8. Liaises with parents regarding the school bussing service9. Receives, counts, opens, unpacks, dates, stamps, records, sorts and distributes incoming mail, documents, books, materials and supplies following established procedures.10. Receives and refers visitors, takes telephone calls and messages, and provides routine information upon request.
Good written and spoken English, and excellent written MyanmarExperienced in using Microsoft Office in an office environment.A committed team player with good communication skills who is also able to work autonomously.Experience of effective customer service skills and the ability to manage both internal and external customers.The ability to learn quickly and be flexible.The ability to work under pressure and to prioritise workload.A meticulous approach to undertaking duties.
-Transportation - Bonus- Yearly Increment- Medical Insurance
- Top International School in Yangon- Prestigious brand with almost 400 years of history - Fun working environment- Part of a network of schools
Dulwich College Yangon provides a modern British independent school education. The first school in Myanmar to have a direct link to a British independent school, the prestigious Dulwich College in London, Dulwich College Yangon draws on over 400 years of experience in education.Spread over two campuses, Pun Hlaing and Star City, Dulwich College Yangon is accepting applications from children aged 2 -14 years for both campuses. The Pun Hlaing campus sits on the beautiful Pun Hlaing Estate to the West of the city, and the Star City campus lies to the South-East on the Star City residential development in Thanlyin township. The College will continue to grow each year until accommodating students up to Year 13 (17 years old).Shared facilities across both campuses include a 350-seat black box theatre, science laboratories, art and design studios, libraries, gymnasia, 25m and 50m swimming pools, and sports fields. As the campuses develop the College intends to introduce additional facilities including a 500-seat performing arts theatre, additional sports facilities and specialist learning areas across both campuses.Dulwich College Yangon joins a network of six Colleges across Asia in Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Seoul and Singapore, as well as two Dulwich International High Schools in Suzhou and Zhuhai. The College believes in a simple shared ethos: ‘Our students come first. We believe in inspiring the children of today to become confident global citizens who have the courage and integrity to seize life’s opportunities.’Dulwich College International schools follow the English national curriculum, leading to IGCSEs and the IBDP in Years 12 and 13. Our students achieve excellent results at IGCSE and IBDP, each year far above the world average, and place at the very best universities worldwide.