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    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.

    You can make a difference in the world with a career at the Department of State! We are hiring many experienced Human Resources (HR) Specialist across the Department in various regional and functional Bureaus. If eligible, applicants will be referred to similar vacancies across the Department for an extended time period.

    You can make a difference in the world with a career at the Department of State! We are hiring many experienced Human Resources (HR) Specialist across the Department in various regional and functional Bureaus. If eligible, applicants will be referred to similar vacancies across the Department for an extended time period.

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    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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    Embark on a Career Path to Become a Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent in the U.S. Foreign Service. Through the William D. Clarke, Sr. Diplomatic Security (Clarke DS) Fellowship, you will embark on a career path that will take you around the world, providing protection to U.S. personnel, facilities, and information, while supporting diplomacy. Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the Clarke DS Fellowship is a two-year graduate fellowship program designed for individuals who want to pursue a master’s degree and a career as a Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) Special Agent in the Foreign Service. DSS Special Agents are sworn federal law enforcement officers. Sign up now for one of our virtual info sessions to learn more.


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    Are you planning to earn an I.T.-related bachelor's or master's degree? Does using your tech skills to support diplomacy around the world sound exciting? Applications are being accepted 9/12/2022 through 2/3/2023 for this State Department 2-year fellowship that provides academic funding, internships, professional development, and a career path in the Foreign Service. Sign up now for one of our virtual info sessions to learn more.

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    Ned Price, the U.S. Department of State’s first openly gay spokesperson, is proud to serve as the agency’s voice and supports the Department as it strives to ensure that U.S. diplomacy and foreign assistance promote and protect the human rights of lesbian, gay, bi, transgender, queer, and intersex persons around the world. To this end, Ned encourages LGBTQI individuals to contribute to U.S. diplomatic history and policy by pursuing a career that represents America and reflects the diversity of our nation. Visit careers.state.gov to connect with us! #pridemonth2022

    Spokesperson Ned Price encourages LGBTQI+ individuals to bring their unique talents to the United States Department of State workforce.---This video is avail...

    Spokesperson Ned Price encourages LGBTQI+ individuals to bring their unique talents to the United States Department of State workforce.---This video is avail...

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    Diversity and representation are key to achieving our U.S. foreign policy objectives. Celebrate #DeafHistoryMonth with us by attending the inaugural Sign @State Symposium on April 21 at 1 p.m. EDT, with opening remarks by Secretary Blinken. To register, go to http://ow.ly/jNlF50IMR1V.

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    Apply now for @StateOBO Foreign Service #FacilityManager careers. The application is open through 5/31: https://go.usa.gov/x74AX If you’re interested in acquiring a better understanding of the application process, please join us for an information session on 5/4 at 2pm EDT. Register to receive the event link: https://tinyurl.com/ybgjfldf

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    The @StateDept is accepting applications for Foreign Service Regional Medical Laboratory Scientists through 5/3. Apply: https://go.usa.gov/x7MPp

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    In January 2020, the @StateDept workforce worked tirelessly to bring more than 100,000 #AmericansHome from throughout the world. While the dust settled for many of our teams, the Accounts Receivable Branch (ARB) in the Bureau of the Comptroller and Global Financial Services continues to trek on until the loans are fully satisfied and reimbursed to the #USG. ARB continues to improve business processes and explores new avenues such as implementing the #PathwaysInternship. Visit https://careers.state.gov/work/pathways/internship-programs/. #ThrivingOverSurviving #Internships

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    Work on the frontlines of diplomacy as a medical practitioner as you experience a global career of a lifetime. We’re now accepting applications through 4/26: https://go.usa.gov/x7T2k

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