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44 days ago

NOW HIRING | The U.S. The Department of State is accepting applications for the Human Resources Specialist position! Are you looking for work and are either a current U.S. federal government employee or have Non-Competitive Eligibility (NCE) hiring status (alum of programs such as the Gilman Scholarship, Critical Language Scholarship, Fulbright, and Peace Corps)? Consider this Human Resources Specialist position open now for application! HR Specialists are responsible for recruitment, employee training and development, performance management, employee relations, salary and benefits administration, employee policies and procedures and position classification.
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95 days ago

During November, we honor the past, present, and future of the Native peoples across the United States through Native American Heritage Month. We aim to celebrate and highlight the additions to today's culture and respect all generations. This month is focused on: reflection, connection to tribal culture, and history, which, although painful to recount, has strengthened and brought the community together. A key aim of today is to acknowledge the heavy impact of colonialism on Native communities that occupied this territory; while showcasing the strength and resiliency of the Native peoples. #Culture #Native #NativePeoples #Indigenous #Community
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