Programme Coordinator for the UK Scholar Programme, US-UK Fulbright Commission
Part time (Maternity Cover) –salary circa £27,350 pro rata per annum
Deadline for applications: Friday 10 July 2015 12:00 noon 
Interview date: Wednesday 22nd July 2015 in London (Vauxhall area)An exciting opportunity to work in the field of international education and cultural exchange. The post holder will coordinate our prestigious Awards programme for talented academics and professionals wishing to lecture, study and/or conduct research in the US.

The post holder will act as the first point of contact and support for UK/EU citizens applying for a Fulbright Scholar Award. They will implement a targeted promotional campaign to encourage applications for our UK Scholar Awards, coordinate all elements of the selection process, manage a portfolio of events for our UK grantees and offer pre-departure advice to outgoing grantees.

This role would suit a motivated, ambitious graduate with a minimum of 3 years project management experience in the educational administration sectors. A good understanding of UK Higher Education in particular is desired, as well as a genuine appreciation for the benefits of international educational exchange.

Strong written skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team are essential.

We would be looking for someone to start week commencing 1st September 2015working through to late August 2016.

Hours: This is a part time role of 21 hours per week (3 days) View the  job description for full details
Apply by sending a CV and cover letter to and ensure that MaternityCover is in the subject line.

Please also complete and return the equality monitoring form

Communication Officer and Educational Advisor
Closing date: 22 June 2015

We are currently recruiting for a Communication Officer and Educational Advisor to promote US-UK exchange through press, promotional campaigns, online activities (including website and social media) and outreach presentations. Generally speaking, we are looking for colleagues with strong communications skills, as well as experience managing events and/or advising students. Given the mission of our organisation, candidates with experience with the US higher education system will be at an advantage. Please note applicants must have the prior legal right to work in the UK.

Salary & Benefits: The starting salary for this role is approximately £27,370 (incl. London weighting)
For full details of this post: Please read the job description.

The US-UK Fulbright Commission offers exceptional opportunities for people interested in international education. New staff join a small, but dynamic and highly-motivated team of colleagues who are passionate about their work. Our staff benefits scheme includes a 20 days annual leave in addition to days the office is closed.

How to Apply: To apply please send a copy of your CV, a completed application form and also Equality Monitoring form and send to For this role, we will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis beginning Tuesday, 9 June until the role is filled.