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A Final Word on Working in Thailand
The only foreign nationals you see in bars and restaurants tend to be owners, though in up scale businesses they may employ our foreign manager if the clientele requires that.
As I have said before in reply to other comments on this subject, there is the potential of work in the high end chain hotels which operate throughout the world and throughout the Southeast Asian territories in countries such as Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong. But the job openings will be quite rare and these are opportunities you probably have to go after and contact the big brands directly.
Someone might be looking for a foreign manager to run their bar or restaurant for them. Apr 09, at 6: Would Thailand offer me a steady life. Apr 04, at 7: I want an help in Thailand for job and skill opportunity, i will be grateful for helping out. Apr 02, at 8: You are not helpless and will find your opportunity in Nigeria. Apr 14, at Hi I have retired after having served as a police officer for 30 years at the rank of Inspector in the UK.
Is there anything for me in Thailand? Apr 01, at Apr 03, at 5: Apr 13, at Since then I have specialized in public service reform using digital technology and have worked in risk and portfolio management for an australian government department.
I guess academic jobs are few and far between — but I wonder about setting a private school for teaching social sciences for those looking to gain entry to western unis.
Apr 01, at 6: I work as the lecturer of applied physics with PhD at the Uni in the UK with the expertise in material science and ultra high vacuum technology ….
Is it good background to find some job there and what would you suggest as the first step. Thanks a lot and Happy Easter. Mar 30, at 5: There are opportunities to teach at universities. I knew a Dr in Bangkok who did some further education at a University, and was then invited to be a lecturer in oncology. However, I am not sure how common these opportunities are, and whether they are found more so through knowing the right people. The best place to start would be to research universities that offer bachelors, postgraduate and PhD courses in your subject of expertise, and then contact them to see if they employ foreign national teachers and whether they have any openings.
In terms of being an electrician, this is a job that is protected for Thai nationals under the Thai labour law. Mar 30, at 4: What would you recommend to me as a way to use my work experience to gain employment and residence in Thailand.
Mar 29, at 8: There would be very few opportunities in the security field. There are some private security companies who would look for specialist expertise, perhaps ex army officers or those with high level security training. You might do well to Google and research this area.
The commercial security companies employ anyone who will do the job, as you will see from the security guards sitting outside apartment blocks and in shopping malls.
These jobs are very low paid and not open to foreign nationals. You would be better off to get that TEFL. Check out my guide to TEFL courses here: I am a graduate teacher of biology and geography, master degree entry.
Can you give me any insight, or information, where I can find schools to teach? Yes, I would focus on teaching, because it is my vocation, and my major is in education. I am a non-native English speaker from Europe. Mar 29, at 5: It depends where you want to live. Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui, even the far north and north-eastern provinces have opportunities; there are teachers teaching all over Thailand, both centrally and deep into the far corners of the country.
If you look on my job board you will often see agencies and companies advertising teaching jobs there: Good afternoon, I am Mexican and have over 5 years in hospitality experience, at the moment I work at sea but I would love to find a job in Thailand.
My major is International Business and Trade in which I also have experience, although I would rather stay in the hospitality industry. Do you have any advise? Mar 26, at 1: Hospitality is a difficult industry to get into and is generally is quiet low paid, even for Thai nationals. In fact, sometimes take jobs on cruise ships abroad because it pays more money.
I know one woman whose daughter is working for an American cruise ship company and currently based in America, because you can earn so much more than you would in Thailand in the hospitality industry. And you have the added bonus of learning better English and gaining experience of working for a foreign company.
Send in your CV with a cover letter explaining your aspirations for a job and see what they come back with. It may be the case that they are looking for staff in other countries in the surrounding region such as Singapore or Hong Kong.
Mar 26, at 4: I would love the opportunity to work in Thailand. However not to sure what role would better suit my skill set as I happy to continue professionally as a pharmacist abroad or something else related.
Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. Mar 24, at 3: Hi Bridget, I have never seen a foreign national working as pharmacist in Thailand, so I presume this is our position reserved for Thai nationals under Thai labour laws.
Mar 26, at 5: I work in property and checked out the CBRE website, there are loads of jobs but only for Thai people… Perhaps this should be removed from the list? Mar 23, at 9: Hi Gina, there are not that many positions for foreign nationals within this company, but they do come up occasionally. Many years ago I interviewed there myself, in Bangkok. A friend of mine also used to work for the Phuket branch. With this type of company you have to be proactive.
There may not be an opening available at the moment, but if you approach the company and give them your CV and a cover letter, they will put you on file and consider you for future openings. When I was first interested in working for this company, my friend gave the details of the branch manager in Koh Samui and I phoned her up and she invited me to come in for a chat about possible future position. There was no job available at the time, but making the contact with her and a good impression left me in good stead for any position that might come up in the future.
I eventually moved to Bangkok, and sometime after was contacted by the company to go in and interview in their Bangkok branch — because I had met with the branch manager in Koh Samui and she had recommended me. But the point is that I opened the door and went along out of courtesy and interest to see what might be available for me. These big companies are always looking for really good people, despite whether they have a job opening not.
They have numerous new projects every year, and this means that new positions, and need to be filled. My point is here, never just stop at an Internet search. Mar 23, at 4: Hi I am looking for native English speaking mechanical engineer with experience in solidworks and machine design. This is a long term position for the right person. We are advertising on Jobs DB.
Mar 19, at 3: Hi Brian, What would the prospects be for a fully qualified Australian welder with over 20yrs of experience in engineering and the building industry? Is it worth looking into would you think? We are still young and willing to work hard to try and make our dreams come true for our little family Regards Helen. Mar 22, at 1: Hi Helen, I noticed that today and mechanical engineering job was posted on the job board, not sure if this type of job is of interest to you.
Mar 22, at 4: Thank you ThailandLife, and thank you Brian for your responses. I will start looking into it. We head over again in May for a short holiday in Bangkok so might ask around whilst we are there. No harm in just asking right? Hi In my experience — unless you have some very special skills required by some company, it may not be easy to find a job in just welding.
But it also depends on your expectation. There are foreigners in Thailand who taking advantage of the much lower cost of living will work for around twice the local wage. The other thing to consider is work permits, school costs etc. Once you have a family with kids, western education costs a lot of money. Mar 22, at 5: I had my own company in construction and selling business to abroad about ten years in Finland. Is it possible to find a job in Thailand with this backround?
Mar 19, at I think it would be a difficult industry to find work in. Mar 20, at 7: Do you have any openings for me in the writing field? Mar 18, at 4: There may be some writing opportunities posted on the jobs board. Look at the navigation menu at the top of this page and you will see the jobs tab. Bookmark that page and see what comes up. Mar 19, at 1: Mar 17, at 3: Hi I want to live in Thailand I would do any sort of work. But I want to live there I have nothing in UK.
Mar 16, at 9: This might be the best route for you, is also a good job to do while you decide whether Thailand is somewhere you want to live long-term. Mar 17, at 1: Mar 12, at 4: Highly appreciate if any body could help me. Mar 11, at 9: Mar 08, at 8: You need to get a B visa first, and then when you arrive on that visa your employer can apply for your work permit.
The requirements are in this post: Mar 09, at 4: Looking for a new career job and settle down please help. May 26, at 4: Mar 07, at 4: I am also in aviation and looking to move east and open a hostel. Perhaps we could team up? Hi i work as a cameraman in news channel and very good sports man in all games is there any job which suites me. Mar 06, at 2: Hi guys I am a 32 year old South African with 12 years experience in hospitality management and cheffing. I have spent the last three years in a high end managerial position for a large transport and logisitcs group and am interested to find out if that field would recruit foreigners in Thailand?
If so what agencies could I look at? Mar 05, at 9: Good day We want to move and work in Thailand. How do we go about finding a job for my husband. Mar 05, at 7: Mar 01, at 3: Hello All I am very interested in relocating from Canada abroad, thought first of Thailand. I am a Canadian Navy Veteran, and also have 20 years experience in Building retrofit and services, as well renewable energy and storage.
I am an Certified Energy Manager, a life Coach, and a construction project manager. I would welcome the opportunity to hear from anyone that might know of or have opportunities that I may help with. Feb 26, at 1: If I become a gym instructor so any scope in Bangkok ya pattaya and what asstimated salary how much earn in one month according to indian rupee.
Feb 18, at 1: Hi I have 30 yrs experience as a coast guard officer. I am actually an assistant superintendent of police. I have followed many maritime courses abroad ,some with the American. Would like to be recruited in any maritime job. Feb 17, at 7: My greetings to everyone, please i am a Nigerian and a technician by profession currently living in my country but i want to travel to Thailand.
I specialize in repair of sharp photocopier machines, please I want to know if there is any such job thanks. Jan 12, at Jan 07, at 1: With a teaching degree or TEFL you should be able to land a teaching job at a state school.
Teaching jobs often come up on my job board, which you can see here: Jan 10, at 9: Hello my name is rob from Australia when my house sells here in Australia I intend to live in Thailand I am a crane operator and would be interested if there are any such jobs available for me there, any advice would be appreciated.
Jan 07, at 8: Feb 12, at 1: Hi, i am 33 years of age now, Filipino and i am currently working in Dubai international airport as a customer service professional. But i am not a direct employee of the airport. I have contract with an agency base herein dubai.
I am not only a customer service or a front liner as ground crew, but i also do other admin jobs, like daily shift report and monthly performance report for the terminal operation. Can somebody help me. I wanna live in thailand for good. I loved thailand so much. Dec 27, at 2: Hi I am looking for a Sales Manageress position in Thailand. My husband transport director and my 2 sons 1. Transport controller studying mechanical engineer And IT support with transport experiences.
Dec 27, at Hi there, I want to inform you that there are better opportunities here in Japan than bAngkok. You can get good ground staff job at Narita International Airport.
Jan 01, at 1: I am male 26 years old. Jan 02, at 4: Feb 04, at Just like to say that i have 40plus years experience in the hotel,restaurants all over the world and top cruise ships as manager 31 years i am 63 years old speak fluent English,itaiian and portuguese…. Dec 26, at 9: Happy new year to you all…. Dec 26, at 8: My name is Martin, 30yrs old and a registered nurse from the Philippines. I am currently living in Canada for 4 yrs now.
I studied here for 2 yrs and took 2 post graduation program in nursing. I am planning to relocate in Thailand so I am wondering if what kind of job I can go into.
Your feedback will be appreciated. Dec 19, at 1: Earlier this year I had an eye exam at Samitevej Hospital where a nurse walked me through all the steps for about an hour. The nursing charge was itemized at THB. You could consider getting your TEFL certificate and combining that with your medical background to secure work teaching nursing students in English as a large proportion of high-paying medical tourists are English speakers or possibly secure work as a hospital interpreter if you learn Thai.
Dec 20, at Looking for a job in the same field. Dec 16, at My name is Wojtek. Iam 36 with 20 years of experience in hospitality of highest level. Currently Managing 1 of the top Seafood restaurants in Uk. Lots of passion for good food , also Advanced wine sommelier qualifications. Love Thailand so will be going back for holiday in January, but would love to realocate there for longer. Dec 13, at Hi At best you will earn 20 Bath here in same position i would reevaluate to work here.
Jan 05, at Asad here from Pakistan. I want to know how I can explore opportunities in Thailand. My skills are Accounting, Auditing and Taxation. I can teach accounting also. Dec 13, at 7: And are books all legit? Also the teflo teaching cause do I need a degree in teaching prior to getting this certificate. Dec 13, at 6: Ive worked as a cook, bartender, barista for a while in different places. I wanted to go back to gastronomy business at least for a while, and feel again all that rush and excitement.
Could I go and work in that area somewhere in Thailand without a visa? Dec 07, at 3: May be you wanna run your own busisness?!? It is fully equipted and stil runing. If you are interested please contact me. Dec 08, at 3: I have managerial experience in the hospitality industry and one of the things I do best is customer relations! Dec 15, at 3: I would be interested in details of your restaurant in Koh Chang.
I have a girlfriend who is from Koh Chang originally there and would like to settle in. I and diploma as well as degree holder in hotel management and have over 12 years plus experience. Would be great if we can connect. Dec 16, at 4: Can this geriatric find employment in Thailand?
Would TESL certification help with employment? Dec 06, at 6: Dec 03, at 9: No, you would need to leave the country, obtain a B visa, and then return so that your employer can apply for the work permit for you. Re the bar work: Perhaps the high-end hotels might be worth a try too. But generally bar staff and bar manager jobs are done by locals.
I have seen foreign managers of restaurants in high-end hotels, but these tend to be English-speaking Filipinos or other South East Asian persons. I think it might be possible, but the salary might be below your expectations. Dec 03, at 6: Dec 04, at 7: You have to have the B visa in place when you arrive in Thailand. You can arrive on a tourist visa or day arrival stamp exemption , and then once you find a job, leave to a neighboring country and get a B visa.
You then come back to Thailand and the employer gets the work permit for you. Dec 04, at 5: I am Ventseslav Stoyanov from Bulgaria in Europe. With more than 17 years of experience in the field of fitness and professional sports and spa therapist. Bulgarian Bodybuilding Champion, certified body pump instructor from les Mells certified a professional therapist for more than 10 years.
I want to live and share my experience in Thailand. Nov 30, at Any advice would be really appreciated. Nov 25, at 2: Thank you and more power. Nov 24, at 8: I am also from the Philippines and planning to go to Thailand this I have a degree in Accounting Technology and I also have experience in banking and financial services industry.
Jan 18, at 2: Hi I am an early childhood teacher and would like to relocate and try my luck in Thailand. Nov 19, at 2: Nov 19, at 6: Am a professional health and safety officer with 6 years in construction industry. Nov 18, at Is that a real figure? Thanks for the article!
Nov 11, at 7: Nov 12, at 3: I want to join some flying schools and do flying instructor job. I hold a commercial pilot licence issued from south Africa. Nov 10, at Only apartments anything without land. Nov 23, at Unless you buy land through a company and build a house on that land. You can also buy a house within a housing complex where the developer has purchased the land through a company. This is usually a leasehold property whereby the lease is on a rolling year renewable lease.
Nov 23, at 7: Myself and family are hoping to relocate to Thailand in the next two years. I would be looking at continuing my trade over there.
We do cope financially in the uk but are after a more relaxed lifestyle. Also would my wife find work with her qualification in Thailand? Nov 08, at 5: Your wife might get a teaching job with her teaching assistant qualification but it is probably advisable to look at doing a TEFL I have a post on that here.
With that and her experience she could teach primary at a government school. Personal training is a difficult thing to get into here as gyms are choc full of Thai personal trainers. Is there any chance for me to move to Thailand?
I am really eager to work overseas. Nov 02, at 5: I think teaching would be a great place to start. With your degree, you could do a TEFL course and start teaching. After gaining some experience, you could move into international schools. Nov 01, at 6: Nov 03, at 6: Is a possible find job for trans people in Thailand? I have on mind asministrative work. Oct 29, at Yes, trans people can work in Thailand. Admin jobs would be filled by Thai people though, unless there was a specific need for a foreign national — perhaps with an international firm.
Have you thought about teaching? Oct 30, at 3: Thanks for the post. I want to stay and work in Thailand. Clearly I may not be able to work as doctor in there.
Can I work Teaching health science or anything related to medicine in English medium? I needed to stay there doing whatever job i can get. Oct 17, at 3: Oct 17, at 4: Me and my partner are looking for a life change desperately. We have travelled in Bali, but have yet to see Thailand.
We are looking to relocate from South Africa. He is a qualified air conditioning technician and I am a self employed Fashion designer. Finding similar work there would be amazing but honestly taking anything we can get , to better our lives is a challenge accepted: Where can we search for jobs?
And what do you think about Thailand being the place for a fresh start? Oct 12, at 4: I moved to thailand 4 months ago from the USA for the same reasons you want to move and i love it here. I came here with no experience teaching english and now have been an online English teacher for 3 months. Without any experience the pay starts low, but as soon as you have any experience at all you can switch companies and begin making a lot more money.
Oct 14, at 4: Thanks for all your excellent info. Did you do a course prior to going over? Do you have any insight into where to start, what you ideally need and where to look for work. Where are you based?
Oct 24, at 6: I wanna go Thailand for my career purpose. HR Admin Audit Accounts these are good for me. I am really really eager to explore my career over there.
Would be much helpful if you may convey some suggestion or helping hand to get me a job there. Oct 08, at 6: Oct 05, at 7: I have been to Thailand before but as tourist now I would love to work there in my field of choice.
How can I make this a reality. Oct 05, at 3: Oct 05, at 4: Hi iam looking for job in construktion. I have my own business now. But want to move with my family. I have 20 years of experience. Sep 30, at 2: General construction jobs are not well paid in Thailand and reserved for low-skill workers here. Many immigrants are brought in to do building work because they can pay them even less than Thais.
Thais would also be appointed at management level, unless the project is a new cross-rail project or something huge like that, where foreign engineers are brought in to oversee specific technical aspects of the job where expertise is required.
Oct 01, at 3: Sep 28, at Sep 19, at 9: Please advise on what to do? Sep 14, at Is there is any career opportunities for engineers , im thinking of moving to bangkok , spend sometime to learn the language but im not sure if companies there are willing to hire a foreign engineer.
Sep 14, at 2: Thanks and let me know. Sep 07, at 6: Please can you help or advise me please. Sep 03, at 4: Hey Chris, You might be out of luck as agriculture is an occupation reserved for Thais with few exceptions. You can start by checking out: Aug 21, at 7: Hi, a Macedonian nationality, would love to move in Thailand. Not sure how does it work.. What is the first step should i do? Aug 11, at 6: Aug 05, at The best place to start is to think about your experience, qualifications and skill-set and then try and map that to multi-national companies, or domestic companies, that employ foreign nationals.
Aug 07, at 3: I say go and try your best you will be fine! One day we nay meet! Until then take a chance! Aug 03, at 8: Do you know of any places that would take me? Aug 03, at 6: Hi,Im 18 years old from new Zealand. I have a HUGE passion for travelling and want to live and work in Thailand and help with an Orphanage In Thailand as I have traveled here and have seen poverty in the country ive also had my own online clothing store for the past year and a half and would love to keep growing this.
Hi I am a female from Cameroon,I am a holder of a degree in English and I have a Tesol certificate,I have worked in China for the past 5 years as an a foreign expert,I teach from kindergarten to high school,I when back due to health condition now I wanna migrate to Thailand and look for a job,please how can I go about it?
Aug 02, at I am a self employed certified personal trainer and wellness coach from South Africa looking to live and work in Thailand. Ultimately, I am looking for a position in a health club, gym or Spa. Even to teach PT classes for school children. I have 14 years experience in my field. Would appreciate a receipt to this message. I have made the decision to move over to Thailand but just need to secure a work position first.
Aug 02, at 5: I would like to seek an opportunity in Thailand. Will there be opportunities for me? Jul 29, at Hey im a 18 year old from EU and i really wanna live in Thailand but idk what jobs will be like good i guess? Jul 27, at 5: Teaching might be an option if you take a TEFL course. Jul 27, at 7: Jul 24, at 8: Jul 25, at 3: I was told by a lady who interviewed me that work permits were not given to people over the age of Is this correct for all sectors I was after a teaching English gig and if so, does it apply to other sectors?
Jul 21, at 5: Jul 21, at 7: Is there any opening in bangkok for this profile. I would love to relocate to Bangkok for my entire life. I am willing to relocate to the Beautiful city Bangkok in Thailand. Can someone please help me with some decent job. Jul 05, at Please is there any work for me? Jun 24, at 2: Im self employed currently in the area of Marketing and have quite a few qualifications however I thought id write first and see what you come back with.
Jun 21, at 6: Jun 22, at 2: I am willing to learn the native language. Will that count too? Jun 18, at 8: Are foreign people in this field welcome in the Hotels There? Jun 09, at Hi im joseph and i am looking to work in thailand as fashion designer can you help out this there is work for fashion designer?
Jun 05, at 3: Can you suggest some jobs that I may be able to apply while being here in Bangkok. Jun 04, at 6: Hello, Is it possible to get a teaching job if you are not native English speaker? Look at the table here to see which course accepts non-native speakers: May 18, at 5: May 07, at 7: Teaching might be your best route.
You can check out the type of jobs that come up on the job board here: For visa requirements, check out this post: May 08, at 3: Im from new Zealand I have my own cleaning business I do commercial work clean rugs , clean car seats in vehicles wondering if you may have any leads on big cleaning contracts in Thailand im looking for to start a contract with hotel , or motel can you help with any leads would be greatful.
Jun 23, at 8: May 04, at 8: Hi Sean, bookmark the job board and check back for positions. Opportunities are posted there weekly. May 05, at 1: Are there any employment options for me in Thailand? Apr 30, at Pre-assembly on site prodomoly China , heavy lift shipping including oversize road transport, final assembly on site mainly Australia until final commissioning.
Any help would be highly appreciated. Apr 29, at 9: Would I be able to find something in that field if I were to move to Thailand? Apr 26, at Under Thai labor law this type of position is usually reserved for Thai nationals, unless there is a specific requirement for the company to recruit a foreign national. Apr 28, at 2: I want to take a gap year to travel and work in Thailand although everywhere that I have looked at online states that I must have a degree to be able to get a working visa even if I completed a TEFL course.
Apr 24, at 3: Your employer will then sort out the work permit for you usually. Apr 24, at 4: My name is Mariamni am a Nigerian and a fresh graduate of English Education.
I also have a TEFL certificate,available from the online course I did,I also have experience in hospitality management as well…I would like to know what are my possibilities of getting a job at Chiang Mai,especially that of Teaching……….
Apr 23, at 5: Apr 20, at I read it somewhere that foreigners are not allowed to practise accounting in Thailand, is this true? Apr 20, at 7: That said, if a company could prove to the Labour Department that they had a specific need for a foreign accountant, for example with specific language skills or experience in particular areas of industry, it may be possible to secure a work permit for a foreign accountant.
Apr 21, at 4: I have a thai partner who works for the government in BKK. Would you be able to advise on what work i could do in BKK. Any advise would be much appreciated. Apr 18, at Your options would be quite limited tbh.
Have you considered teaching? You have an advantage as a native speaker. I would suggest doing a TEFL course. I have information on courses here: Apr 19, at 4: Can I get a teaching job in any part of Thailand.. If yes please keep me update,. Apr 09, at 5: If you are eligible to teach, then you can get a job. You might look at getting a TEFL course: See here — https: Apr 10, at 3: Apr 01, at 4: Mar 15, at 3: Click on the menu tab that says Job Board at the top of the page under the header.
Mar 15, at 6: I can speak Thai, Swedish, and English. I have a selling company in Sweden and I have owned a shop in Korat for 2 years. I hope to find work in Korat around my mother birth home. Now I live in Sikhju. I help my Cousin drive an 18 wheel truck around Bangkok to Rayong to Sisaket.
I have done many things but I have to find some new work, so I am opening an ice drink shop in my home and have a cousin take care of that. Hi Mike, this is not actually a job board, just the comments section for the article above about different jobs foreigners can do in Thailand.
You can check the job board on the site here: I was one of the main people early on helping Jason Derulo get his record deal at Warner Music Group.
Also I worked in the retail business as a VP for several years. I am looking for an opportunity to explore Thailand in roles related to marketing, products management, and business development.
Mar 03, at 2: Hello, I have owned and developed a successful yoga studio here in the US and retired as an Adjunct Professor from college looking to branch out and make a run in Thailand…What is the happening there?? Mar 02, at 4: Zoomba is making quite a mark in Bangkok. Chiang Mai might be your best bet for Yoga, though there is a lot of competition up there. Mar 02, at 5: I am an expat from Kashmir.
I have been living and working in Phuket,Thailand for the last nine months,selling handicrafts. In the past,I have worked in south india kerala cochin i speak kashmiri and am conversational in english,urdu Hindi as well Thanks. Feb 23, at 1: Anything for kitchen work for chefs?
Would love to go back and make enough to live within my means.. Feb 22, at 3: Do you know of any positions in this field. I am currently working in Sydney. Feb 19, at Looking to relocate and take it a bit easier now. Is age a factor?
Feb 10, at 7: Feb 08, at How about Technical job? I can send my Resume, if needed. I am willing to work in Thailand, i just love to see and having a new life in Thailand.
Feb 08, at 6: Hey there, I was wondering if you have any more links on the freelance side of things or even on the writing for places in Thailand.
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