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Chief Operating Officer

Rugby School ThailandChonburi, Thailand

Rugby School Thailand opened in 2017 on its purpose-built, 74-acre campus in glorious countryside south of Bangkok. It is a member of the Rugby School Group and the first sister school of Rugby School, one of England’s most famous boarding schools, which was founded by Royal Charter in 1567. Rugby School Thailand embraces Rugby’s educational ethos of developing the whole person. It aims to become one the leading British schools in South East Asia.

RST currently educates 820 pupils aged 2 to 18 with a thriving boarding community where pupils can board from age 10. The School consists of a Pre-Prep (age 2-7), a Prep School (7-13) and a Senior School (13-18), each with purpose-built, dedicated facilities on a spectacular campus.

The Principal-designate and the Governing Body of Rugby School Thailand are now seeking to appoint a commercially and financially astute Chief Operating Officer who possesses excellent interpersonal and communication skills. This is an exciting opportunity to join an established and highly successful British international school, and to contribute to the development and success of the Rugby School Group as one of its senior leaders. 

Further information on Rugby School Thailand and Rugby School can be found at and  

Details of how to apply are outlined in the job description. The closing date is 9am GMT on Friday 12th March.

The Rugby School Group and Rugby School Thailand are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including check with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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