We’re looking for problem-solvers ready to help students see the world.
If you are looking to join a fun-loving, mission-driven and multilingual workplace, ISEP fits the bill. We are small, but have big hearts 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
- Coffee and snacks from around the world
- Office parties during the holidays and team events throughout the year
Current Job Openings
Are you a digital marketing professional looking for an opportunity to drive growth in an exceptional organization? Do you enjoy a fast-paced, collaborative environment and have a proven track record of delivering successful campaigns across multiple digital channels? ISEP is seeking an experienced Digital Marketing Manager to build awareness of our programs, generate targeted demand, and nurture leads through acquisition. If you have a proven track record of working with cross-functional teams, managing multiple high-profile projects simultaneously, and analyzing and reporting on performance, then we want to hear from you. To learn more about this key position on our Marketing team, see the full job description below.
ISEP is seeking a higher education expert with program management experience in the study abroad field to join us as our Director of Member Relations for the United States. The successful candidate will have managed vast regional portfolios with keen attention to all constituents, be a strong negotiator who understands the unique needs and challenges of university stakeholders in the context of education abroad, and a keen strategist who proactively develops action plans for program expansion in the service of ISEP members and students.
To learn more about how you can join our team and help expand ISEP’s member network to provide more opportunities for study abroad to a diverse student population, please see the full job description below.
ISEP’s Marketing team is looking for a Social Media Manager to build awareness and generate demand with ISEP’s target audiences. This position is charged with generating new and innovative content to grow ISEP’s community as well as build awareness and demand for ISEP programs. If you are a savvy social media professional and want to lead our online strategy, read on.
Are you a self-starter who thinks strategically and has a knack for recruitment? Do you like to travel with your job and make connections with people? Do you enjoy the university setting and talking to college students? Then this job may be for you.
ISEP is looking for a field-based Student Engagement Officer who will serve as an ambassador and recruiter for ISEP study abroad programs with universities and colleges in the Southeastern United States. This exciting position will have you on the road, visiting campuses and attending events to promote awareness about ISEP programs and generating leads of interested study abroad applicants.
ISEP’s mission is to break down financial and academic barriers for students to study abroad and we want a passionate team member who wants to contribute to that mission every day. If this is you, read on for the full job description.
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 impact on ISEP operations and success, and that directly contribute to our mission of breaking down academic and financial barriers to study abroad to an inclusive and diverse student population.
We currently have the following internships available:
Alumni Internship - May through August 2018
We are seeking a database enthusiast to support our Student Success Officer in building ISEP’s alumni database. This internship is an opportunity to apply research, data analysis and organizational skills in the international higher education setting, and directly contribute to ISEP’s mission of making studying abroad accessible and meaningful to current and future ISEP students.
Communications Internship - April through August 2018 (with potential for extending through December)
ISEP is looking for an energetic intern to support its Communications division in the development of external communications for ISEP members, students and industry and strategic partners.
This internship supports the implementation of ISEP’s communications objectives in both traditional and social media, and the development of new strategic partnerships to increase access and affordability of study abroad for ISEP students.
Graphic Design Internship - May through August 2018
If you have an enthusiasm for the craft of design and are driven by the elements and principles of design, then this internship is for you. During this internship, you will use your skills in interactive design, publication and layout design, infographics, illustration, photo editing, user experience, typography, and color theory.
The Graphic Design Intern will work autonomously and as part of a team on a wide range of digital and print projects. You should be ready to contribute ideas, collaborate with others’ concepts and respond to feedback.
Member Relations Internship - April through August 2018 (with potential for extending through December)
Are you aspiring to work in the field of international education? Do you want to gain hands-on experience working for an education abroad provider? Then you may be our next Member Relations intern.
The Member Relations intern will support ISEP’s Member Relations division and be a key contributor to the team. This internship is important to the effective engagement with ISEP university members in both the United States and internationally, with the goal of increasing access and affordability of study abroad for ISEP students.
Publications Internship - May through August 2018
If you have a passion for publications and want to be a key member of a production team, then this internship is for you. The Publications Intern will work autonomously and as part of a team on a wide range of projects related to publication production. You should be ready to contribute unique ideas, collaborate with others’ concepts and respond to feedback. You will work on the research, review, editing, layout and distribution of a range of print publications.