Broadgate meets: Jindawan Yunan
24 April 2013
Jindawan Yunan has been working with Broadgate as our Administration Coordinator. She holds a Bachelor degree from the Assumption University, Thailand, majoring in Business Information System. Jindawan is known to us in Broadgate as “Nan”. As she’s leaving soon, we had the chance to ask her some questions.
Q: You studied Business information system at Assumption University, Thailand. Why did you choose this subject?
A: I studied at the Business Administration faculty with a major in Business Information System and a minor in E-commerce. I chose this major because I like to surf on the Internet and I thought it would combine my passion for computing and knowledge. This major is not too technical and it’s not much about coding like Computer Science is, that’s why I liked it.
Q: How does it relate to your work at Broadgate?
A: It’s not directly related to my work at Broadgate because my responsibilities are not about coding programs or anything about e-commerce but I can utilize my knowledge on how to organize computer-based data information.
Q: How long have you been working at Broadgate?
A: I have been working at Broadgate for 2 years.
Q: What are your main tasks here?
A: The main tasks are as follows:
- Devising and maintaining office systems
- Liaising with clients to solve their problems or take an action on client’s requests and liaising with external parties or third parties to accelerate the working process
- Organized and store paperwork, document computer-based data information
Q: Why did you choose Broadgate?
A: The reason that I chose to come work at Broadgate in the first place was because it’s a foreign company that is using English as their working language. I thought that it was a really good opportunity for me to practice my English in a business-related environment.
Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: I’m planning to go to Japan in order to learn and study the Japanese language. I also hope I can finish the Japanese level 2 (N2) as expected because it’s better and easier if you have a Japanese level 2 (N2) certificate if you want to work in Japan or in a Japanese company. My future plan is to work in a Japanese company because the economy keeps growing and I want to learn a new and different culture. I know that Japan is a very diverse and beautiful country and I know I will be able to open my mind if I go there. The Japanese economy is growing a bit more every day and is stronger than ever since the tsunami that happened last year. I think it is a country that needs to be kept an eye on during the following few years.
- N1: The ability to understand Japanese used in a variety of circumstances
- N2: The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations, and in a variety of circumstances to a certain degree
- N3: The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations to a certain degree
- N4: The ability to understand basic Japanese
- N5: The ability to understand some basic Japanese
Q: What will you remember from Broadgate?
A: I will remember everyone at Broadgate, both permanent staff and temporary staff. We are a big family. We help each other and I will keep good memories and learn from bad memories.
Q: Any last words?
A: Thank you everyone at Broadgate. It was such a great memory working with you guys.
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