Current Vacancies

The following vacancies are currently available:


Organisation: UK NARIC

Location: Cheltenham

Starting Salary: £22,000

Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm or 9:00am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday

UK NARIC is the UK national agency for information and expert advice on international qualifications and skills. The work is interesting and the atmosphere is enthusiastic, collegiate, and supportive. UK NARIC offers excellent opportunities for promotion and career development. In addition to base salary, UK NARIC also offers benefits such as private health insurance, a pension scheme, and training and staff development.

Are you:

  • A UK degree holder?
  • Inquisitive, tenacious, positive and highly motivated? 
  • Able to work under pressure and manage multiple deadlines?
  • A good team player and good communicator?
  • Highly computer literate, especially using Word, Excel and PowerPoint?
  • Fluent in a second language (preferred)?

Would you like to:

  • Forge a career in a dynamic, progressive organisation by delivering bespoke qualification services for UK Government and industry bodies?
  • Contribute positively to the movement of migrants, including professionals and students into and out of the UK?
  • Become an expert in credential evaluation?


Key responsibilities of an Evaluation Officer include: 

  • Analysing international qualifications to deliver bespoke evaluation services
  • Conducting qualification mapping exercises to determine coverage compared to UK occupational standards
  • Managing the provision of qualification verification services
  • Conducting bespoke research to contribute to the development of products
  • Managing in house data sources 
  • Providing excellent customer service

Applications MUST be submitted in the Europass CV format, with a covering letter and details of two referees to

Interview venue: UK NARIC, Suffolk House, 68-70 Suffolk Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 2ED

Please note:
We do not conduct interviews or selection testing remotely.
Applicants MUST hold a current permit or visa showing their right to work and reside in the UK.