InterExchange is a leading nonprofit cultural exchange organization based in the Financial District of New York City. We employ talented, motivated people who are genuinely passionate about connecting with an international community.
We want the whole world to understand the importance of cultural exchange, and we’re looking for a Content Designer that can help us craft that message. You will be responsible for collaborating with our staff to create, edit, and distribute communications that further our mission.
We’re looking for a Communications Intern to help us share our story this summer. The intern will support the Communications team in creating and distributing a variety of digital content.
We’re looking for experienced software engineers interested in working with Ruby, React JS, and PostgreSQL and that have experience implementing business process into online software. The perfect candidate understands the importance of domain driven development, has worked with teams that needed to affect business process as much as software, and wants to engage in our vision to improve cultural exchange across the globe.
The Orientation Lecturer is responsible for helping the Participant Services Manager, who is directly in charge of running the InterExchange Au Pair USA Orientation and Training Program. The Orientation Assistant helps prepare for arrivals, works with newly arrived au pair groups, assists with classroom trainings and is the liaison between the au pairs and the New Yorker Hotel staff. InterExchange is searching for someone familiar with the excitement of arriving to a new country to start a study abroad or cultural exchange program.
The Local Coordinator plays a very important role in the InterExchange Au Pair USA program.
Local Coordinators are the regional representatives of the Au Pair USA program, providing year-round support to host families and au pairs in their community's cluster.
Local Coordinators work from home part time to promote the au pair program and to ensure all program participants are following the U.S. Department of State guidelines, as well as InterExchange Au Pair USA program policies.
If you have a gift for exceptional customer service and a dedication to promoting international cultural exchange, we want you to be our new Employer Relations Specialist. Employer Relations Specialists work in a fast-paced, team environment interfacing with hundreds of American host employers and international exchange visitors participating in the 2017 Summer Work and Travel USA program. Duties include providing ongoing client support throughout the season and ensuring and documenting compliance with U.S. Department of State regulations.
The Local Coordinator ("LC") plays an important role in the InterExchange Work & Travel USA program. A Local Coordinator's primary responsibilities are to introduce local seasonal employers to the benefits of the InterExchange Work & Travel USA program and to manage and expand employer accounts.
Local Coordinators are InterExchange employees, who work from home and receive a base salary compensation plus commission. Local Coordinators promote the program, generate new leads and provide follow-up with seasonal employers in their regions.
Local Coordinators will also be responsible for maintaining student housing contacts and assisting in arranging affordable, safe, temporary housing.
During the seasons when international students are in-country, Local Coordinators will identify, plan, initialize and organize local cultural events and other activities that provide students with exposure to American society, culture and values.