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INTERNATIONAL CREDENTIALS ANALYST (USA)
(Posted June 3, 2017)
Indiana University is currently accepting applications for an International Credential Analyst.
Exercises professional judgment to interpret university policies and international credentials evaluation to aid the decision-making process for freshman, transfer, and graduate applications for the Bloomington and supported regional campuses. Works heavily within existing databases, responds to inquiries, and supervises staff on correct procedures. The majority of this work is performed in a behind the scenes setting. Occasionally coordinates and implements special events and training.
Uses an international education knowledge base to evaluate international credentials, process applications, and determine whether information is accurate and complete for international freshman, transfer, graduate applicants, and domestic students who plan to study overseas.
Serves as an international education specialist to students, potential students, campus representatives and external constituents on the policies and procedures involved in applying for international admissions. Acquires and maintains knowledge of international education systems including credential requirements and comparison to the U.S. system
Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
All interested applicants need to apply through IU University Human Resource Services (http://jobs.iu.edu.). Listing # 04542P.
INTERNATIONAL CREDENTIAL ANALYST (USA)
Colorado State University is currently accepting applications for an International Credential Analyst.
The International Credential Analyst will advise Registrar’s Office management on degree and transfer evaluation processes related to international undergraduate students and make recommendations on the processing needs.
This position regularly meets with students to advise, counsel, and recommend possible solutions to deficient requirements either by completing courses in transfer, taking course at CSU, or other possible solutions. In addition, this position determines best course of action for student based on situation presented.
For students presenting post-secondary international transfer course work, this individual will determine transfer course equivalents using established guidelines and unit knowledge of transfer equivalents. They will determine if specific equivalents meet the content knowledge of a category for the All University Core Curriculum (AUCC), upper division requirements, etc.
This position is responsible for coding and processing all undergraduate post-secondary international transfer evaluation for students admitted to the university. This individual will process requests for re-evaluation of international transfer course work and apply knowledge of guidelines to guarantee the correct outcome. These may be student initiated or per an academic department request to change a direct course equivalency.
The selected candidate is one who will be comfortable managing demands of multiple and changing competing priorities. This individual must strive for excellence, accuracy and have a passion for solving problems. The successful candidate will be self-motivated and able to work independently with limited supervision.
For more information see the attached description or visit the CSU Jobs site at: http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/44117