What's It Like Working for IPCA?

In reality, every role, office and day at IPCA is very different. But one thing is for sure, working for IPCA is never boring!

Whether you're attending Supplier meetings as a Category Manager, helping resolve an issue on behalf of a Franchisee in the Support Team or launching that next innovative project to enhance the SUBWAY® business in Asia Pacific, there are plenty of exciting challenges to keep our staff busy and motivated. 

Here are just a few things you might be involved with if you choose an IPCA Career...

Training in a SUBWAY® Restaurant

(All staff at IPCA go into a restaurant to do operational training)

Supplier Visits & Summits

China Supplier Summit:

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Supplier Visits:


SUBWAY® Conventions & Other Special Events

Australasian Convention, Gold Coast Australia:

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Supplier Awards:


Staff Training Events

Operations Planning Meeting:

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Purchasing Planning Meeting:

Personal Development Opportunities

Amy Poyser receiving her Digital Marketing Diploma:

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Hear from our staff what they say about their IPCA career...

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Jodie Dean, Transactional Manager

What does a typical day involve for you? 

I work on the CoA, accounting packages and FinanceNet projects, checking that accounts payable and receivable for all locations are on track and up to date, as well as responding to ad-hoc queries. 

What challenges do you have to overcome in your role? 

Keeping our processes up to date and relevant within the constantly evolving business environment in which we work are some of the challenges we face. 

What you love most about your job? 

I love working every day within such a supportive and positive team

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Aradhna Chand, IPCA Support Team Manager

What does a typical day involve for you? 

My typical day involves getting the team organised by prioritising what we need to get done. I also spend a lot of time communicating with different parties for various issues. 

What challenges do you have to overcome in your role? 

The biggest challenge is managing expectations of our stakeholders.  

What do you love most about your job? 

I enjoy handling difficult situations where I need to seek solutions - it helps me learn more about the company and keeps things interesting.

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