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International Credential Specialist (USA)

(Posted October 26, 2016)

This is a position that will provide primary support toward evaluating secondary and postsecondary
credentials from various nations and regions for all INTO North America partner institutions. This position
requires meticulous attention to detail in evaluating and reviewing credentials as well as using basic
mathematics for calculating a grade point average (GPA) or equivalent academic profile indicator.  For more information, go to:  International Credential Specialist_V2


Foreign Credential Processor III (USA)

(Posted September 30, 2016)

The University of Texas at Dallas has a position open- Foreign Credential Processor III. This position will serve as a team lead for the international admission processing team. We are located in Richardson, Texas, about 15 miles north of Dallas, Texas. For more information regarding the position, go to Foreign Credential Processor III


Credentials Analyst/Senior Analyst/Assistant Director (USA)

(Posted October 5, 2016)

Foundation for International Services (FIS) is growing our organization and we are seeking a full-time foreign credentials  analyst . Our employment opportunity includes an opening for a junior analyst, and internal  growth opportunities include a position for a senior analyst.

We are a private organization located in an amazing part of the world, Edmonds, Washington.  We are located right on the waters of Puget Sound (North of Seattle by 20 minutes) where we have been providing services for 38 years to individuals and organizations across the world

This international/comparative education specialist will be responsible for editing foreign credential evaluations—both basic equivalency or “document by document” reports and  “course by course” reports—as well as contributing to ongoing comparative education research for both internal policymaking/documentation and conference presentations.  This person will assist in the supervision and mentoring of junior and mid-level analysts who are responsible for preliminary review of client files and report drafting.  Potential exists for eventual advancement to a management-level (assistant director) position based on experience and performance.

Required: Bachelor’s degree (any discipline); two years of experience in foreign credentials evaluation at a college/university or with a private evaluation organization, excellent oral and written communication skills; organized and detail oriented; able to work in a deadline-driven environment.

Desired: Previous supervision/management experience in a higher education setting or with an evaluation company is a plus.  Previous teaching/training experience is a plus.  Foreign language abilities are helpful.

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to with the subject line “Senior Analyst”.  No phone calls, please.

Please note this is a full-time, onsite position.  While the schedule may be flexible and eventually allow for some remote work possibilities, the majority of the work will be located at the office in Edmonds, Washington.

FIS offers competitive salaries a strong benefit package including paid time off, holidays, 401K, and company paid medical/dental insurance.