WEEK #4: 22 – 28 Jan. 2018
In this issue:
(i) PRESIDENTIAL REPORT
Email from President: 17 Jan. 2018
11 January 2018
Dear Honorable Members of AIT Board of Trustees
I would like to begin by stating that I have been President for three and half years now, plus one year as an Interim President. I have earlier declared that I shall not seek another term of office, and as this might be my last Board Meeting as AIT President, I feel obliged to write this personal note to all respected Trustees.
I believe today AIT has fully recovered from its worst crisis and is sufficiently healthy for the new President to bring fresh ideas for AIT to move to a new height. In my remaining 6 months, I intend to focus my efforts to reinforce AIT’s atmosphere of transparency and accountability, with decentralized financial responsibility at school/center level. With this conducive environment, I believe all members of our international community shall be inspired to commit to integrity, ethical values, and fairness under the same rule of law.
Looking back to the past when I took my office, AIT was besieged with so many burning issues while we had limited resources and the run‐down trust from our stakeholders in general. With our tumbled financial reserve and so many pressing needs, even a small mistake could have pushed AIT towards a path to collapse. Under this survival mode, as President, I had to take full control of almost all operations in order to ensure that our strategic plan to rescue AIT can be executed to a perfection.
Please allow me to summarize the following key steps toward the current status:
(1) Keeping employees’ morale high is one of the best things in time of crisis to instill loyalty and maintain AIT a productive workplace. It is not enough to shower them with flowery words of optimism, a good leader must “walk the talk” and be honest. Thus, we have worked out an urgent plan to normalize the strained relationship with our host country.
With a lot of hard work, helping hands and luck, we succeeded in regaining Royal Thai Government’s trust and in securing the return of our annual budget.
(2) Another pressing issue was how to regain public confidence in our academic standing. As a postgraduate‐only institute, AIT was not eligible to participate in the 3 major world university rankings. This led to a wild speculation that AIT’s world ranking might be off the lower end of the chart. Some critical alumni individuals even were fast to speculate that AIT was now academically inferior to local universities in Thailand.
As President, I took this particular issue very seriously as a ‘no‐action’ would continue to cast doubt on our potential students and affect our needed revenue. We directly explored with the major ranking organizations. We found that even though AIT was not eligible for world university rankings as an Institute, AIT could participate in the QS world university ranking by subject. It turned out that for three years in a row (2014‐16), all the traditional subject areas of AIT have been world‐ranked, in par with many well‐known universities in the west.
For Thailand University Ranking, it’s a pity that Thailand Research Fund (TRF) decided not to invite our participation this year. Previously, in our first official participation, AIT received the Grand Prize for securing 5 perfect scores, and 7 top ranks out of the 10 participating disciplines.
Then in the ranking by EU's U‐Multirank, AIT was able to regain its “top international university of the world” position again in 2017, jointly with other 7 universities in the world.
(3) Another important task was to take care of our campus facilities and its environment. Our campus was damaged by the floods to a point where many thought it could not be saved. A lot of thinking and planning went into this exercise. While we were short of cash flow, the repair and rejuvenation of the campus had to be carried out in phases, to ensure minimum disturbance to our ongoing academic activities. Last year with additional financial resources from annual surplus in 2016, the campus renovation went in full stream under our full control. We aim to complete all renovation before the official visit of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on the 27th of April this year. Today, the campus environment appears to have no distressed sign of flood damage. Many frequent visitors commented that our campus looks even better than it was before the flood.
Talking about the campus renovation, I have to thank our corporate friends, alumni, and partners, for their generous donation to our Library Modernization Campaign. It came as a surprise that we were able to raise 80 million baht for our library modernization.
This generous donation not only allowed AIT to afford a modern library that meets the needs of the digital age, but also saved the needed fund for renovating our age‐old infrastructure, and several new facelifts. Aside from the alumni‐donated clock tower, AIT will also have a new signature gate, a new entrance sign board, new footpath from the highway to AIT Conference Center, new Reception Hall in the Administration Building, and a Flood Memorial Garden.
(4) It is much overdue for AIT to reorganize its outdated academic structure. When I joined AIT as faculty in 1980, AIT had only 9 fields of study, each under its own administration called Division. More and more fields have been added with time. Until 2015, AIT has 34 fields of study with faculty population of around 80. That means — each field has only 2‐3 faculty members on the average. It is what commonly known as a silo structure. It took my bold determination and lots of convincing effort to finally remove the silo structure. The new structure integrates closely related fields into Department, which will be the smallest academic administrative units at AIT. While some Departments need time for faculty to gel, we have already seen more collaborations of faculty members across the fields.
(5) Although the "Responsibility Centers Management (RCM)1 ", a standard university accounting system used widely in the US, has been established at AIT since 2007, the implementation was only half‐baked and cosmetic. In 2015, I took another bold step to propose to the Board of Trustees to approve an incentive system by which 50% of the annual institute surplus is shared with Schools and Outreach Centers in proportion to their positive contributions. These shares will be accumulated in their respective individual Capital Accounts for future capital investment, including future acquisition of modern laboratory equipment.
Today, as AIT is already in the state of normalcy, this has afforded me to dedicate more responsibilities to my three Vice Presidents. We also decentralize responsibilities and authorities to Responsibility Centers (RCs), which include the three Schools and 12 Outreach and Research Centers. Thus, each RC runs its own internal affairs under the management of its dean or director. The AIT Management Team (AMT), which used to be an elite committee of President, VPs and Deans, has also been expanded to include Directors of all 12 Outreach/Research Centers as well as 12 Service Centers. So, all administrative matters are discussed transparently and inclusively in the AMT weekly meeting. No administrative decision is made behind the closed door. In fact, there is no closed door in AIT today.
With the mandate of the Board, we have also launched the transformation of the School of Management (SOM), by which SOM is allowed to have its own way of operations. Under his leadership, Dean Prof. Lawrence Stephen Abeln has brought his vast experiences from MIT, Cambridge and Adelaide to AIT, and aims to make AIT a reputed international business school in the global arena.
Finally, I must say that I always feel blessed and therefore grateful to the collective wisdom of the Board of Trustees for the guidance on policies and direction, and for trusting my Administration to freely navigate the operations of the Institute. Thus, I take this opportunity to express my sincere thanks to all individual Trustees, especially the Board Chair and the ExCom Chair, for the kind advices, supports and encouragement which I have received.
Professor Worsak Kanok‐Nukulchai
President, Asian Institute of Technology
“Sometimes, I forget to thank people who make my life so happy in so many ways. Sometime I forget to tell them how much I do really appreciate for being important part of my life.
So, thank you, all of you, just for being here, for me.”
1 RCM is a transparent, decentralized, approach to budgeting that promotes sharper focus on revenue growth in schools and centers. Its fundamental basis is to shift decisions, revenues and expense allocations to Responsibility Centers (Schools and Centers). RCM had its beginnings in the early 1970’s at the University of Pennsylvania, and was adopted in most universities in the US and Canada.
(ii) SET welcomes new seconded faculty
School of Engineering and Technology welcomes Prof. Ravipudi Venkata Rao who joined AIT in January 2018 as a Visiting Professor at Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) Program. Prof. Rao is seconded to AIT by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.
Prof. Ravipudi Venkata Rao is a Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of the S. V. National Institute of Technology (SVNIT) Surat, India. He received his Ph.D. degree from BITS Pilani, India and D.Sc. degree from Cracow University of Technology, Poland. He has about 28 years of teaching and research experience. He has authored more than 325 research papers published in reputed international journals and conference proceedings. He has received many awards for his research works. He is also on the editorial boards of various international journals. His research interests include advanced engineering optimisation techniques, fuzzy multiple attribute decision making, advanced manufacturing processes, automation and robotics. He has authored 5 books based on his research works and the books have been published by Springer-Verlag London, UK. He has handled several research projects funded by government agencies including the joint research projects with Russia, Austria and Slovenia. He has conducted more than 25 short term training programs and 6 international conferences.
During his stay at ISE/AIT, Prof. Rao will teach Inventory and Logistic Management (AT 72.09). He may be contacted at Room No. 208 (Chalerm Prakiat Building) Ext. 5675 and on e-mail at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org .
(iii) Dr Takuji W. Tsusaka joins AIT as Assistant Professor
Dr. Takuji W. Tsusaka has joined AIT in the Department of Development and Sustainability as an Assistant Professor.
Dr. Takuji W Tsusaka obtained his Bachelor of Engineering in Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan (1999); Qualifying Exam in Physics at Ph.D. Level, Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York, U.S.A, 2002; Master of International Development Studies, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) and Foundation for
Advanced Studies on International Development (FASID), Tokyo, Japan, 2008; and Ph.D. in Development Economics, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Tokyo, Japan, 2011.
Prior to joining the Asian Institute of Technology, Dr. Takuji was serving as a Scientist at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (Production Economics, Innovation systems for the Drylands and Markets) at Malawi.
His research interests include Agricultural Economics, Natural Resources Economics, Poverty Reduction, Social Capital Formation, Impact Evaluation, Technology Adoption and Gender in Smallholder Agriculture
Room: E213 SERD Building
Email: takuji @ait.ac.th
(iv) AIT logo policy
Email from Office of Media and Communications (OMCO): 19 Jan. 2018
This is a reiteration of the AIT logo policy, signage and branding guidelines, particularly for those who have joined AIT in the January 2018 semester.
The AIT logo, presentation templates, and seminar poster templates are available for download in the Branding section of the AIT website.
(i) The AIT logo is available for download, you can always contact the Office of Media and Communications (OMCO) for high resolution files.
(ii) Please do not use older versions of the logo.
(iii) While using the logo, please ensure that the AIT logo is not altered or modified.
Six versions of the Presentation templates are available for use, and the community is encouraged to use these templates.
SEMINAR POSTER Templates:
Two editable variations (each with multiple color options) are available for download.
(v) Announcing the AIT Student Blog Contest (Jan 2018)
Message from OMCO: 12 Jan. 2018
What happened when you entered AIT for the first time? Were you excited or overwhelmed? Was it challenging or fascinating? Or was it a combination of all these feelings? And how did AIT treat you during the subsequent days (or conversely how did you treat AIT?
Pen your thoughts, and give it a catchy headline. Write a blog post, attach a few photographs and send it to us.The best entry will win a cash prize of 3000 THB, while the second and third entries get 2000 THB and 1000 THB respectively, The best entry will also be posted on the AIT website.
The ideal post ranges between 300-600 words, but we not penalize if creativity demands that you violate these parameters.
As a guide, we are providing the link to the entry that won the first prize during the previous semester. https://www.ait.ac.th/2017/10/first-days-ait/
The contest is open to all AIT students, though we specially encourage freshly enrolled students to apply.
Deadline: 31 January 2018 (midnight).
Send your entries to email@example.com .
Please write "Blog Contest" in the subject heading.
(vi) AIT’s 2018 CSR in Kanchanaburi Province
Email from interim Director- OHRS: 19 Jan. 2018
AIT’s 2018 CSR will be held on 10 February 2018 by performing trees planting activity at the space nearby Wat Thipsukhontharam, Huai Krachao District, Kanchanaburi Province.
Tentative programs are indicated as follows:
07.00 - 09.00 hrs. Travel from AIT to Wat Thipsukhontharam,
09.30 - 10.30 hrs. Attending speech and performing trees planting activity
(requests for THB. 50 for each young plants )
10.40 - 11.50 hrs. Visit on Memorial of Awareness
12.00 - 13.00 hrs. Lunch at the Canteen.
13.10 - 16.00 hrs. Visit Kanchanaburi and beyond.
18.00 hrs. Arrive at AIT.
Interested faculty and staff members are invited to join our 2018 CSR. Please contact : Jiraphong @ait.asia and Jirada@ait.asia Tel: 5068
(vii) Welcome Trip Registration
Email from SU Leisure Committee: 22 Jan. 2018
With the ending of the warm Thai winter, the beach and sea waters are calling us. The AIT SU Jan-2018 Leisure Team has come up with an exotic Welcome trip for you all. Based on the survey that we had carried out summons up with the maximum number of votes for the trip to Koh Samed. Hence, all the preparations have been done accordingly. The trip is all set to go on Saturday, 27 January 2018. Now it is time for you all to register and confirm your participation on the trip.
The trip includes breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner. The trip starts with reaching Ban Phe Pier – transfer to Koh Samed Island – walkthrough the Koh Samed Market reaching the white Sand Beach – free time at the beach – 3 islands visit in speedboat including snorkeling including fruits being served in the boat – free time back at the beach – transfer back to the pier – transfer back to AIT.
The AIT Administration has a strict policy in obtaining additional insurance for everyone on the trip. And to increase the fun and enjoyment, therefore we have added an activity of the three island tour and snorkelling. This is for the first time that we have included snorkelling along with the Islands tour in the Welcome Trip which was earlier arranged in the Grand Trip only. As a result we will have to make slight adjustments to the fee collected:
Old Students : 850 baht/person
Family member : 1,000 baht/person
Staff : 1,000 baht/person
Children Below 12 years : 300 baht/person
New Students : 200 baht/person
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity of visiting one of the most beautiful Island by registering ASAP at the SU office to book your seat. Kindly bring a photocopy of your ID cards along with you.
Venue: SU Office (nearby Snack bar)
Dates for booking:
Monday, 22 January 2018, from 6 pm to 8 pm
Tuesday, 23 January 2018, from 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm & from 6 pm – 8 pm
The timings for departure and coming back will be confirmed by 25th January 2018.
(viii) ERP Offline
Please be informed that ERP is offline every day, January 2-31, 2018
From 11:30 - 13:00 during offline period finance has to process the transaction
of Y2017 (Due to Year-end closing).
(ix) AIT Official Holiday 2018
Email from Office of Human Resources Services: 23 Nov. 2017
AIT Management Team has approved AIT Official Holiday 2018 as follows:
1 Mon New Year's Day
1 Thu Makha Bucha Day
6 Fri Chakri Memorial Day
13 Fri Songkran Festival
16 Mon Substitute for Songkran Festival
1 Tue National Labor Day
29 Tue Visakha Bucha Day
27 Fri Asalaha Bucha Day
30 Mon Substitute for H.M. the King's Birthday
13 Mon Substitute for H.M. the King's Mother Birthday
15 Mon Substitute for H.M. late King Bhumibol Memorial Day
23 Tue Chulalongkorn Memorial Day
5 Wed Birthday Anniversary of H. M. late King's Bhumibol
25 Tue Year-End Break
26 Wed Year-End Break
27 Thu Year-End Break
28 Fri Year-End Break
29 Sat Year-End Break
30 Sun Year-End Break
31 Mon Year-End Break
(x) Vacant Seats Available for Staff Vans
Email from Office of Human Resources Services: 9 Jan. 2018
Kindly be informed that the available seats for AIT Staff Vans are indicated as follows:
Route 1: Latplakaow - Ramintra - Sapanmai - Phaholyothin km. 27 - AIT, still has 3 seats available (from 4 seats left 1 seat for relaxing space )
Route 2: Sathorn - BTS Morchit - Vibhavadi - AIT , still has 4 seats available ( from 5 seats left 1 seat for relaxing space )
Route 3 : Nonthaburi - BTS Ministry of Public Health - Pongpetch - Laksi - Vibhavadi - AIT, still has 3 seat available (from 4 seats left 1 seat for relaxing space)
Route 4: Thonburi- The Mall Tha-pra - Pinklao Intersection- Rama VII Bridge -Vibhavadi - AIT, still has 4 seat available (from 5 seats left 1 seat for relaxing space)
For further communication and reservation, please contract Khun Jirada at ext.5018 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
(a) Cultural Show Jan. 2018
Email from SU Gender and Culture Committee: 22 Jan. 2018
Student Union’s Gender and Culture Committee will organize Cultural show Jan. 2018 as follows:
Theme: All about 20th Century
Cultural Show Date: 10th February 2018 (Saturday), from 5 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.
Venue: AIT Conference Center Auditorium
Please register for participating events on 30 January 2018 (Tuesday) @ SU Office between 4.00 - 7.00 PM
Refundable deposit per category = 200 TBH
Please do not hesitate to clear out further queries via email: email@example.com or thru our FB IDs.
(ii) LECTURES / SEMINARS / CONFERENCES
(a) Thanat Khoman Lecture Series: 20 – 22 Feb. 2018
Tue Feb 20th 11:00am - 4:00pm
Thanat Khoman Lecture Series will be organized in February 2018. It will be delivered by Dr. A R Chamberlain, Former President, Colorado State University (CSU).
The first lecture will be held at the AIT Auditorium on 20 February 2018, followed by two lectures on 21 February 2018 at the Chulalongkorn University, and on 22 February 2018 in Bangkok.
(b) ED 82.09 Climate Change Seminar 1: 15 Jan. – 23 Feb. 2018
January 2018 Semester
“ED82.09- Climate Change Seminar” will be offered by Dr. Bindu N. Lohani (AIT Distinguished Adjunct Faculty) along with Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal, Head, Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change, SERD.
This 1-credit course primarily consists of discussion-centric sessions where external experts as well as AIT faculty will present and lead discussions on various issues surrounding climate change (mitigation, adaptation, climate response, climate policies, climate finance, social development).
The course focusses on quality and high level of interactions and value to students as opposed to quantity; special focus on pragmatic, real word problems and solutions.
Engagement model seminars: Two panel type seminars (at least 2 hours) each week. Preferably one in the evenings in a different (casual) discussion style.
Each panel composed of 2-3 lead people from inside and outside AIT.
More details: https://goo.gl/forms/KR3NvZDcI7lQUMLi1
(iii) COURSES / TRAININGS
(a) Thai, Chinese and French Courses for Beginners
Email from Language Center: 8 Jan. 2018
The Language Center is pleased to announce the opening of language courses.
• Survival Thai Course for Beginners
· 22 January – 7 March 2018
· Monday and Wednesday
· Time: 17:00 – 18:30
· Total of 20 hours
· Course Fee: 2,000 baht
• Chinese Course for Beginners
· 22 January – 7 March 2018
· Monday and Wednesday
· Time: Group 1 (17:00 – 18:30) Group 2 (12:00-13:00)
· The course fee is 1,000THB due to the kind support of the Chinese Government through the Confucius Institute. (Refunds are not available.)
• French Course for Beginners
· 31 January – 16 March 2018
· Wednesday and Friday
· Time: 17:00 – 18:30
· Total of 20 hours
· Course Fee: 2,000 baht
Register and make a payment at the Language Center, Room 216.
(b) Training on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS): 23 – 26 Jan. 2018
Geoinformatics Center will organize a training on GNSS – Course (T141-30) at AIT.
Date: 23 – 26 January 2018
Venue: Geoinformatics Center
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is widely used in almost all systems that require absolute position and time. It is due to its accuracy, availability, reliability. In addition to GPS of the United States, several other systems such as GLObal Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) of the Russian Federation, the European global navigation system (Galileo) of the European Union, the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) of China, the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (NavIC), India and the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS), Japan are now available. Collectively, they are called GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System). GNSS can provide centimeter level accuracy with a low-cost receiver if an error correction technique is used.
More details: http://www.geoinfo.ait.asia/index.php/training/calendar/icalrepeat.detail/2018/01/23/28/-/training-on-gnss-course-t141-30
(c) Training Programme on Economics of Climate Change Adaptation: 12 – 23 Mar. 2018
The Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific at the AIT, in cooperation with UNDP and USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific, will organize the second run of the training course on the Economics of Climate Change Adaptation under the Climate Change Asia initiative from 12 – 23 March 2018 in Bangkok (exact location to be confirmed)
More details: https://www.ait.ac.th/events/
(i) Relocation of Library Photocopy Shop
Please be informed that the Library Photocopy Shop is relocated to the area between Library and Physical Plant (beside the Library Parking.
Kindly be guided accordingly.
(i) New AITCC Annex & renovation of car park near Arcade
A new AITCC Annex building will be constructed opposite to AIT swimming Pool/AIT Solutions. The construction work will start from 1 October 2017 and expected to be completed by April 2018. To prepare the area for construction, the car park area opposite to swimming pool/AIT Solutions will be demolished partially and a new sewage line will be laid from Arcade area.
During the process of this work, the area will be barricaded and there might be some disturbance as well as noise.
Please be also informed that currently partial section of car park area opposite to Arcade is being renovated. It may take a week to complete the work and the area will be closed.
Prof. Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh / Louisiana and San Francisco, USA / 11 December 2017 – 22 January 2018
Prof. Lawrence Stephen Abeln / Hanoi, Vietnam and Yangon, Myanmar / 13 – 22 January 2018
Prof. Kanchana Kanchanasut / Maha Sarakham, Thailand / 16 – 19 January 2018*
Ms. Narumon Wangnai / Phitsanulok / 17 January 2018*
Ms. Warindhorn Wachirasiri / Phitsanulok / 17 January 2018*
Mr. Sufian Etea / Phitsanulok / 17 January 2018*
Mr. Voravate Chonlasin / Phuket, Thailand / 17 – 19 January 2018*
Mr. Songpon Saengpun / Phuket, Thailand / 17 – 20 January 2018*
Ms. Worawan sunroetrum / Phuket, Thailand / 17 – 20 January 2018*
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Dash / Malaysia / 17 – 22 January 2018*
Dr. Tatchai Pussayanavin, Mr. Jirasak Rojanavongse, Ms. Nitchaya Trongyangkul / Guangzhou, China / 18 – 21 January 2018*
Ms. Narumon Wangnai / Nakhon Pathom, Thailand / 19 January 2018*
Mr. Sufian Etea / Nakhon Pratom / 19 January 2018*
Ms. Warindhorn Wachirasiri / Nakhon Pathom, Thailand / 19 January 2018*
Mr. Voravate Chonlasin / Dhaka, Bangladesh and Delhi, India / 21 – 26 January 2018
Ms. Narumon Wangnai / Dhaka, Bangladesh and Delhi, India / 21 – 26 January 2018
Ms. Warindhorn Wachirasiri / Trang, Thailand / 22 January 2018
Ms. Narumon Wangnai / Trang, Thailand / 22 January 2018
Dr. Manzul K. Hazarika / Taipei, Taiwan / 22 – 25 January 2018
Ms. Warindhorn Wachirasiri / Chantaburi, Thailand / 23 – 24 January 2018
Ms. Chatchata Prasongsuk / Chantaburi, Thailand / 23 – 24 January 2018
Prof. C. Visvanathan / Tokyo, Japan / 23 – 26 January 2018
Ms. Kluaymai Thongkham / Dhaka, Bangladesh / 23 – 26 January 2018
Mr. Sufian Etea / Delhi, India / 24 – 26 January 2018
Ms. Warindhorn Wachirasiri / Khon Kaen, Thailand / 25 – 26 January 2018
Dr. Chotchai Charoenngam / Vietnam / 25 – 27 January 2018
Dr. Sangam Shrestha / Kathmandu, Nepal / 25 – 31 January 2018
Dr. Ram Chandra Bjijel / Brussels, Belgium / 27 January – 2 February 2018
Dr. Ekbordin Winijkul / Chiang Mai, Thailand / 28 – 30 January 2018
Mr. Voravate Chonlasin / Lahore, Pakistan / 28 – 31 January 2018
Ms. Narumon Wangnai / Lahore, Pakisan / 28 – 31 January 2018
Mr. Sufian Etea / Lahore, Pakistan / 28 – 31 January 2018
*(Staff or faculty member travelled and returned to AIT prior to documentation received for publication)
Position: Administrative Staff (IT Officer) (Internet Education and Research Laboratory)
Ref. No. 01/18
Deadline: 26 January 2018
Administrative Staff (IT Officer) (Internet Education and Research Laboratory)
Ref. No. 02/18
Deadline: 26 January 2018
Position: Director/PRINCIPAL for AIT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (AIT International School)
Ref. No. 50/2017
Deadline: 31 January 2018
Position: Administrative Staff (Accommodation Manager) (Office of Facilities and Assets Management )
Ref. No. 53/17
Deadline: 31 January 2018
Position: Administrative Staff (Accommodation Clerk/Assistant Accommodation Officer) (Office of Facilities and Assets Management )
Ref. No. 54/17
Deadline: 31 January 2018
Position: Administrative Staff (Cafeteria Supervisor) (Office of Facilities and Assets Management )
Ref. No. 55/17
Deadline: 31 January 2018
Position: Receptionist / Operator (Office of Facilities and Assets Management )
Ref. No. 56/17
Deadline: 31 January 2018
Position: Technical Staff (Technician) (School of Environment, Resources & Development)
Ref. No. 45/17
Deadline: 31 January 2018
Faculty Position (School of Engineering & Technology)
Ref. No. 04/2017
Deadline: 15 February 2018
Vacant Position - Dean , Faculty of Science and Technology in RMUTT
Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi is seeking the best qualified candidate for the position of Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology.
Details are indicated in RMUTT website : www.rmutt.ac.th
or Faculty of Science and Technology website : www.sci.rmutt.ac.th
Also, telephone number : 0-2549-4154