A little about why we do what we do
At anzuk, we place exceptional people in educational settings, but we know it doesn’t end there. We place the right teacher, in the right classroom every time. Why? Because we know that when one exceptional educator is in a classroom, 30 children get a great educational experience that day. And when we place two teachers, then 60 kids do, and when three educators are in classrooms, then 90 children have had a great day of uninterrupted lessons.
Now, imagine how many children are impacted by 100 great educators, or 1000…
Operating between Australia, the UK and LA, we are excited that anzuk educators are reaching classrooms around the world and making a global impact.
Every day, every way, always.
Living our shared values allows us to create value for others, driving us to BE GREAT in all that we do:
Growth Relationships Enthusiasm Attitude Team
Our reputation for developing open and meaningful relationships is always first and foremost. That's how we're able to provide exceptional career opportunities for educators and a valuable service for our partner organisations.
We think we have a GREAT company culture here at anzuk. Besides the strong teams and shared ‘why’. We also like to enjoy a bit of friendly competition and some time to relax and socialise. Working with us you can look forward to things like
Show off your unique fashion, or get comfy in your favourite tee, then finish the day with a frosty beverage.
We love birthdays at anzuk, and there's always a birthday to celebrate around the office!
Daily breakfast provisions
We've got cereals, breads (the good stuff), spreads, and fruit to get you started on your day
A cooked breakfast each fortnight or so
Occasionally we get creative in the kitchen and whip up an early morning storm
Group boot-camp training sessions
Get your fit on
Get your zen on in our early morning meditation sessions
Not only are there opportunities for leadership at anzuk, we can help you learn and get there
Every month we start a new book as suggested by staff at anzuk and share our thoughts and takeaways with peers
Social events, games and competitions
Sometimes we'll do something as simple as footy tipping or trivia, and sometimes we go all out and throw office parties!
Live for Lily raises awareness and funds research to ensure we see an end to childhood cancer.
The Smith Family is a children's charity helping disadvantaged Australian children to get the most out of their education.
Cancer Council Australia aims to promote cancer-control policies and reduce the illness caused by cancer in Australia.
Very Special Kids cares for children with life-threatening conditions by providing a children’s hospice and professional family support services.
Fight Cancer Foundation’s Footy Colours Day is a national fundraising campaign held during September to support kids living with cancer.
JDRF Australia's mission is to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat Type 1 Diabetes.
The Anzuk Story from anzuk Education on Vimeo
anzuk was founded in 2004 by our current CEO Daniel Mundy and Managing Director Ben Goldsmith, initially sourcing teachers from Australia and New Zealand to work in the UK.
Daniel and Ben identified the need for quality teachers to always be present and available in the classroom. For students to achieve desired outcomes, they believe every day counts.
With this goal in mind, anzuk soon expanded to develop local networks, transforming the education recruitment industry one region at a time. We continue to lead the way in education recruitment services, including early childhood and executive specialties.
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- Daniel Mundy, CEO