…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
University of the Arts London, UK. From November, Phoebe will be taking up the position of Marketing Coordinator at the Language Centre, University of the Arts London. Phoebe is well known in the international education sector from her role of International Officer at English UK where she worked for the last three years. She has travelled extensively, studied Spanish in Argentina, and taught EFL to children and young people in Colombia. Her in-depth knowledge of the industry, experience in the HE sector and interest in the creative arts makes her an excellent fit at the University. “I’m thrilled to be joining such a dynamic team and excited about working for such a globally respected brand”, she said.
Moved: November 2014
The Abbey College Malvern, UK. After 28 years in the international education business, Colin Spicer joins Abbey College Malvern as its new Principal. Since getting a taste for the industry, first as a homestay provider and then as an activity organiser, Colin has worked in the UK, Spain, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Malta and China in a range of academic and senior management roles but is now returning to the position he feels most at home in. “As well as being a key member of the Abbey College senior management team I will also be able to play a more hands on role in the development of the students, which is something I enjoy,” he said.
Moved: October 2014
Claire Field and Associates, Australia. Claire has recently established her own consultancy service, following four years as the head of the Australian Council of Private Education and Training. With the Australian higher education and vocational education and training sectors undergoing significant changes, as well as the current rebuilding of Australia's international education sector, Claire's career in the Australian tertiary sector sees her well placed to offer advice to both providers and governments. "It's an exciting time to be working in the sector on changes to expand educational opportunities for both local and international students, as well as assisting providers to identify offshore delivery opportunities."