News: Nazgol Adili takes on School Coordinator role - Jul 31, 2012
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Tuesday, July 31, 2012General News

Nazgol Adili takes on School Coordinator role

Search Associates is delighted to announce the appointment of a new School Coordinator.

Nazgol Adili, who is based in Bangkok, has extensive experience working for Search already, having first attended the Cambridge Fair as an intern candidate in 2004. While helping out the Search team, which includes her mother Vida, she managed to secure a teaching post at the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore, where she spent two years. She subsequently worked for Search at the Cambridge and Toronto Job Fairs.

More recently Nazgol Adili has worked as Assistant to Senior Associate Ray Sparks, and has been responsible for communication with candidates regarding the application and job search process. After assisting with the Leadership Fair in Bangkok last November, she has now taken on the lead administrative role for the follow up event, which will be held in Kuala Lumpur later this year.

Vice President of Search Associates, Jessica Magagna, said:

“We are extremely pleased that Nazgol has agreed to take on this very important role helping us to maintain and improve the highly personalized approach we strive hard to offer our schools. Her experience to date with both schools and candidates will undoubtedly serve her well in her new role.”

Nazgol added:

“I am both delighted and excited to take on the role of School Coordinator and to cement further my working relationship with the Search Team. I look forward to helping schools around the world make the very best use of our services and ultimately I look forward to helping them fill key positions with top quality candidates.”

If you are a school looking for more information about Search Associates, please feel free to contact Nazgol for assistance.


Did You Know…?

Senior Associate James Ambrose was a head of school in Norway, Egypt, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Zambia, UAE, and Vietnam.