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Welcome to The PIE Jobs

…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.

And if you are one of the many of our readers just interested in seeing what opportunities might be out there, why not sign up for our weekly newsletter which provides details of the latest vacancies we have. Are you in the UK but keen to move to Australia to further your career? The PIE Jobs might be able to help! Send us your cv and details of your ideal next move and we’ll help you if we can.

Movers & Shakers

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    Sarah Snowdon

    Languages Canada, Canada. Sarah Snowdon joins the Languages Canada/Langues Canada team as Communications Manager. She is responsible for the strategic communications for the association. Sarah has more than 10 years of communications and content development experience. She has worked with some of Canada's best-known brands, including CNIB (Canadian National Institute for the Blind), MediaEdge Communications, and The Home Depot of Canada, managing and executing communications strategies and online initiatives. Her experience is enhanced by a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from York University. She joins the not-for-profit association at a time of growth to serve more than 220 language education programs across Canada.

    Moved: September 2014
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    Inga Frame

    Stafford House School of English, CEG, UK. Inga has recently joined Stafford House School of English as its new Market Development Manager for Europe. Her new role involves maintaining and developing relationships with partnership agencies in Europe and the UK to promote the adult and junior programmes across the Stafford House portfolio and to improve sales in these markets. Born and raised in South Africa, Inga’s passion for studying abroad was ignited by an Erasmus year in Italy and since graduating from the University of Edinburgh she has worked at St Giles International in their Student Services team. “I’m very excited about joining Stafford House and I can’t wait to promote these excellent schools,” she said.

    Moved: August 2014
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    Elizabeth Shepherd

    The British Council, UK.  Elizabeth has recently moved within the British Council from her role as Director of Research for the Education Intelligence team based in Hong Kong, to begin a new role within the organisation’s English and Exams department based in London. She is now leading on the development of a new global English research initiative and takes with her the network grown over the past nine years researching trends in international higher education. She said: "I am thrilled to undertake this exciting and challenging new role in an area of our industry that whilst at its core, suffers from a lack of research. Let’s reverse that trend."

    Moved: September 2014
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