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Find out how you can apply your IT certifications, education, digital/telephone/radio technical expertise and resourcefulness in a global public service career that makes a difference.

U.S. Department of State Online Career Event
Information Management Technical Specialists
Thursday, April 26, 2012 • Noon-3pm EDT

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As a Foreign Service Information Management Technical Specialist, you will install, repair and maintain a wide range of digital, telephone, and radio equipment while living and working in one of 31 overseas locations, as well as the Washington, DC metro area and Ft. Lauderdale, FL, from which you travel extensively to over 265 Embassies, consulates or missions abroad.

You’ll be a vital part of history in the making as you experience the challenge and excitement of a career at the forefront of international affairs. Plus, you’ll have an unprecedented opportunity to travel the world and experience different cultures.

You can represent the United States and contribute your diverse background and unique perspectives to this challenging career. This is an opportunity unlike any other: the chance to help protect and to represent your country to the world.

Applications will be accepted from April 25 through May 9, 2012. To receive notification, visit careers.state.gov and click on “Sign Up to Receive Email Updates”.


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