The ad, which was posted on the bestalist website, reveals the company is recruiting for the position of Music Editor, Thailand.
“We are looking for a world-class Music Editor from Thailand to join our Shows & Editorial team”, the ad reads.
“This position will oversee Thai music for the curation/programming team at the company.
“You will work with content for Spotify through playlist curation, programming, and written editorial.”
Despite the position being located in Singapore, the role is clearly focused on Thai music.
Spotify is currently the world’s leading music streaming service and boasts over 50 million paid subscribers.
The service is also widely rumoured to be soon launching in India and other countries in Asia as part of a global expansion.
Users in Thailand who currently want to listen to music on Spotify have to use a VPN in order to access the service.
While Spotify is yet to launch in Thailand, a number of its rivals are already available here.
Apple Music, which is also available on Android, currently offers the first three months free of charge with subscriptions from 129 baht per month, while Tidal offers a one month free trial and a subscription of 179 baht thereafter.
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