…where Professionals in International Education can hear about new employment opportunities and employers can find the talent they need.
The PIE Jobs provides a unique jobs board for the international education industry. We created the jobs board because we recognised that there is significant interest in moving on within this fantastic industry yet no jobs board that provided an easy solution. Are you keen to hire someone with a bursting contacts book, experience in Brazil or fluency in Mandarin? Chances are, you only have to look within the industry to find the best-placed people to fill your vacancy.
Either post up your job advert on The PIE Jobs Board and manage the recruitment process yourself – with candidates replying directly to you – or, if you wish, take advantage of our recruitment consultancy service. Provide us with a brief, we’ll provide you with a shortlist of candidates and will manage the entire recruitment process for you.
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Movers & Shakers
English Australia, Australia. Brett has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of English Australia. Previously, the President of the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA), this role and his previous work with Perth Education City have provided him with a depth of experience in the leadership of membership based organisations with an international education focus. Brett also brings with him the insights and knowledge of the industry gained through his leadership of the international offices of Newcastle and Murdoch Universities, and through his work across all education sectors as a senior manager with OSHC Worldcare, Mondial Assistance (Allianz Global Assistance).
Moved: August 2015
Education Insight, UK. Janet is founder and director of Education Insight, a research consultancy specialising in the internationalisation of global higher education. Janet started her career as a university lecturer before joining the British Council in 2004, to lead the department for higher education research and market intelligence. Under her leadership, the British Council published a number of widely cited reports and publications, including the "Shape of things to come" which informed institutional and national strategies on international higher education. Janet then took up position of Head of the HEFCE Observatory. There, she published various studies on international student demand for higher education in England, and analysis of pathways that international students use when embarking on higher education studies.
Moved: June 2015
LCCA, UK. Giulia has joined London College of Contemporary Arts as Director of Student Recruitment and International Affairs. After a master's degree in Languages and Literature at Universitá degli Studi di Milano, Giulia developed her career mainly in the education, communication and media industries. Previously, she was at Istituto Marangoni London as Admissions, Marketing and Business Development Manager, and before that, she was at IED Barcelona as Education Manager. As Director of Recruitment and International Affairs, she will be working to build LCCA awareness and reputation in the UK and internationally, create a strong agency network and improve direct recruitment.