At Edrolo, our mission is simple: to improve education.

We're an Australian, venture-backed edtech startup with global ambitions. We currently have a team of over 170 Edrollers, and we are growing fast. Most of the team are located in Melbourne, Victoria and we also have an office in Sydney, NSW. As Edrolo continues to grow we now have a number of our Sales Edrollers working in Queensland and Western Australia too.

We are all passionate about our mission and building a culture where we can all do the best work of our lives.

Our belief is that all students should have access to the greatest teachers, people who bring subjects to life and inspire learning and passion. We believe students should have access to this regardless of where they live or what school they attend. Additionally, all schools should have access to powerful data to drive school improvement, which is accessible via our platform.

Do you want to be part of a company with a big mission that really matters? Are you looking to take on a vital role in a growing team? Do you want to have a big impact at a fast-growing, Australian, venture-backed startup? If so, this might be the one. We're a growing company, with runs on the board, and a vision you can buy into long term.

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Our Co-Founders

  • Ben Sze


  • Duncan Anderson


  • Jeremy Cox


  • Mission-driven organisation

  • Work alongside talented, passionate and fun colleagues

  • Annual budget for professional self-development

  • Casual dress

  • Flexible hours

  • Liam Ferris

    Learning Innovation Associate / Team Leader

    “ I was previously a teacher and loved the impact I was making on my students. Working at Edrolo has allowed me to increase my impact exponentially and I fundamentally believe that we are improving education. ”

  • Anthony Meek

    Content Team Leader

    “ I have thoroughly enjoyed the transition from classroom teaching to content and curriculum development at Edrolo where opportunities to authentically improve education happen at an unimaginable pace. ”