…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
Plattform, UK. Rajay has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of UK and European Online Learning at Plattform. He has previously served as director of government and external affairs at The Open University, the UK's largest university and the global leader in online learning, since 2010. Rajay has become an influential leader in the UK sector, joining Ministerial trade delegations and championing access and innovation internationally. During his time at the OU, the institution has continued its domination of part-time higher education, grown its international partnerships and launched the FutureLearn MOOC platform. Rajay is looking forward to enabling more UK institutions to offer world-class online degree programmes to students around the world.
Moved: June 2015
Jisc, UK. Esther has taken up the role of Head of International at Jisc. She is a higher education specialist and has worked in various roles in education. These include Planetary and Protection Officer on the Beagle2 programme at the Open University, and working for the UK Research Councils for over 13 years on projects ranging from nuclear physics, multi-million pound longitudinal studies transversing medical and social sciences, and setting up the RCUK Strategy Unit). Following this, Esther was Assistant Director in the UK HE International Unit, leading overseas programmes and support, including HEGlobal and the Dikti Scholarship Scheme, in addition to managing operations for the Unit.
Moved: June 2015
Texas State University, USA. Ryan joined Texas State University as the inaugural Assistant Vice President for International Affairs. In this leadership role, he focuses on enhancing the international profile and reputation of the university, and provides strategic direction and collaboration for achieving the university's internationalisation goals. Before joining Texas State, Ryan served as the Executive Director of International Student Affairs at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. His background is in comprehensive internationalisation and collaborating with stakeholders to enhance global engagement and cross-cultural experiences. Ryan holds a PhD in public policy from the New School in New York City.