We are looking for problem-solvers ready to help students see the world.
ISEP’s mission is to break down financial and academic barriers for students to study abroad and we seek passionate team members who want to contribute to that mission every day.
If you are looking to join a fun-loving, mission-driven and multilingual workplace, ISEP fits the bill. ISEP is a small organization, but we think big and are passionate about the work we do.
- 35-hour work week
- Telework options and summer hours with half-day Fridays
- 80% ISEP-paid employee health, dental and vision premiums
- 60% ISEP-paid dependent health premiums
- 18 days of paid time off
- 12 days of paid holidays
- Office closed between Christmas and New Year’s
- 100% ISEP-paid Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance
- 100% ISEP-paid Life Insurance
- 403(b) retirement plan with ISEP match
- Pre-tax FSA and Commuter Benefits
- Paid Parental Leave
- Paid Medical Leave
- Coffee and snacks from around the world
- Office parties during the holidays and team events throughout the year
Current Job Openings
Thank you for your interest in ISEP! We have the following open positions and encourage qualified candidates to apply:
ISEP seeking a Student Services Coordinator to serve as a primary liaison for students in a designated region in preparation for their study abroad programs and on-site. The incumbent will also serve as a primary point of contact for ISEP coordinators regarding student matters and health and safety issues during the program period.
Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment? Do you enjoy working with students and helping students experience the benefits of studying abroad? Are you looking for a position that uses your Spanish language skills? Then this position may be for you.
ISEP is seeking a Director of Strategic Communications to plan and implement communications initiatives that support the mission, vision and activities of ISEP. This position will increase brand awareness and drive growth in program participation through communications with our membership and industry via external events, media relations, social media, and other channels. This position will also have a leadership role on ISEP’s Health & Safety task force and will lead crisis communications strategy and tactics.
Are you an experienced Communications leader? Do you understand the importance of a strategic and integrated communications and events plan that positions an organization within its industry? Are you passionate about helping more students gain the ability to study abroad? If so, then this position may be for you.
Do you aspire to work in the field of international education? Do you want to support a non-profit organization in providing rewarding study abroad experiences to students from around the world? Then one of our internships may be for you.
ISEP Study Abroad is pleased to offer paid internships throughout the year. Our internships provide hands-on, professional experience in communications, marketing, research, data analysis, membership management, and student and alumni relations in the international education setting.
ISEP interns are key team members, who work on real projects that have direct impact on ISEP operations and success. The work of our interns actively contributes to our mission of breaking down academic and financial barriers to study abroad for diverse student populations. At this time we do not have any internship openings. We invite you to check back in Summer 2020.