Our People Philosophy

Our people are at the heart of our business

We recognise that our people are what makes our organisation great. Through their hard work, commitment and dedication they enable us to move closer to our goal of being one of the top 3 international education companies globally. They are the reason we are successful and what makes us different from our competitors.

Our Culture

We are selective about who we bring into the organisation and as a result, we have developed a workplace, in which open communication, mutual accountability and a passion for performance are the pillars that shape our day to day interactions.

Our Benefits

We are continually looking at new and competitive ways to recognise and reward our people to ensure their total wellbeing. We provide competitive pay and excellent benefits including countless opportunities to grow personally and professionally. With numerous training programs and outlets for development, we ensure that our people are continually strengthening their skill set and developing as individuals.

Our People Practices

At EduCo, we have a strong appreciation for the variety of backgrounds and characteristics that make our people unique. Our people practices reflect this diversity and focus strongly on creating a high-performance culture where every individual has the opportunity to learn and grow every day.

We are currently looking for suitably qualified and experienced candidates to fill the following roles:



Regional Sales & Marketing Manager

Cambridge International College (CIC) Vocational is a globally recognised education institution, specialising in the delivery of undergraduate degrees to international students in a supportive and caring environment. Students come from more than 40 different countries, bringing with them a passion for learning and providing the school with a rich multicultural environment, which is not only recognised but celebrated.

Division: Student Recruitment, Cambridge International College Perth Campus
Location: Perth
Reports to: Campus Director
Role Type: Ongoing Full Time

The primary purpose of this role is to meet the student recruitment budgets for CIC Vocational courses. Student Recruitment is a primary area of emphasis for CIC, and the team, based at the Perth campus is a key driver of CIC’s success. The overall purpose of the role is to increase the volume, quality and diversity of students at the CIC Perth Campus, in line with targets.

Key Responsibilities of this role include:
1. Effective management and recruitment of onshore subcontinent agents for CIC
2. Business Development with key recruitment agencies in area of responsibility
3. Research and establishment of regional marketing and account management plans including sales targets and activity plans
4. Business development with feeder institutions
5. Research, planning and reporting responsibility

Qualifications, Technical Skills and Experience required of this role include:
1. Educational Qualifications

  • Relevant Diploma/Degree in Business or Marketing

2. Personal abilities/aptitudes/skills

  • Adaptable, driven personality with ability to lead and thrive in a competitive marketplace (essential)
  • Lateral thinker and problem solver (essential)
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills (essential)
  • Well-developed coaching and mentoring skills (essential)
  • Excellent leadership, influence and multiple stakeholder management skills (essential)
  • Well-developed negotiation skills (essential)
  • Results focused and success driven (essential)
  • Well-developed ability to initiate and manage business relationships across cultures
  • Entrepreneurial approach and excited by the opportunity to create a new team (essential)
  • Ability to work to targets and prepare budgets, sales plans and performance reports
  • Ability to undertake frequent local and international travel

3. Experience

  • Minimum 2-3 years’ work experience
  • Experience in dealing with Subcontinent International Students and recruitment agencies
  • A proven track record of success achieving sales budgets through non-exclusive channel sales (essential)
  • Experience in developing a high performing sales and account management team (essential)

4. Knowledge

  • International education market (highly desirable)
  • English, vocational education recruitment
  • Familiarity with a range of software packages including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)

Individual Capabilities/Competencies:

  • Adaptable lateral thinker
  • Entrepreneurial
  • Results focussed and driven
  • Strong communicator
  • Well-developed negotiation skills
  • Well-developed business relationship skills
  • Well-developed cross-cultural skills
  • Strong coaching and mentoring skills

CIC Core Values:

  • Student Experience
  • Leadership
  • Accountability
  • Mutuality
  • Value Creation

If you feel you meet the above criteria and are looking to take on a new challenge please email your resume and cover letter to


Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning)

Cambridge International College (CIC) is a private provider of higher education business courses to international students. CIC has a campus conveniently located in the Melbourne CBD. CIC is one of the many Colleges within the Educo International Group of education providers which operate in Australia, Canada, Ireland and the USA.

Division: Higher Education
Location: Melbourne
Reports to: Executive Dean

The overall responsibility of the Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning) is to ensure the College has effective control and oversight of all matters related to teaching & learning functions in the College. The Associate Dean is expected to Chair the Teaching & Learning Committee and ensure effective reporting processes are put in place to allow the Academic Board to be assured of compliance with the HESF 2015 Standards. The Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning) is expected to work closely with the Associate Dean (Engagement & Partnerships) to ensure a cohesive approach is applied across all academic functions of the College.

Key Responsibilities of this role include:

1. Management and Chairing of examiners meetings and the Teaching & Learning Committee
2. Direct management of academic discipline leaders and educational designers
3. Management of all Units of study, related documentation, resources and compliance with the AQF
4. Management of all assessment strategies including examinations and results collection, compilation and release
5. Management of all Moodle activity related to Units of study
6. Management of academic integrity systems and processes including the AIC
7. Management of teaching loads and timetabling
8. Management and reporting of all internal term based student surveys
9. Management and reporting of attendance data
10. Management and reporting of advanced standing outcomes and processes
11. To ensure a cycle of regular peer review of teaching staff is in place and reported to the Academic Board
12. In consultation with the Executive Dean, recruit full time and sessional academic staff as required

Qualifications, Technical skills and experience required of this role include:

1. Educational Qualifications

  • A PhD and a postgraduate teaching & learning qualification
  • Experience with the management of large groups of academic staff
  • Experience chairing senior management level committees
  • Experience with AQF and learning outcome mapping
  • Knowledge of the HESF 2015 standards
  • Experience managing academic processes

2. Individual capabilities include:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines
  • Ability to work effectively in a team setting
  • Good multi-tasking capacity

If you feel you meet the above criteria and are looking to take on a new challenge please email your resume and cover letter to

Please note that due to large volumes of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.