Careers at the U.S. Department of State
Please join Diplomat in Residence Rebecca Kimbrell as she provides information about opportunities in the U.S. Department of State's Foreign Service. Love traveling? Speak a foreign language? Interested in serving your country while living abroad? The U.S. Department of State hires individuals from many fields of specialization including: office managers, security and construction engineers, IT professionals, communication and security equipment technicians, human resources professionals, logistics personnel, doctors and nurse practitioners, lab technicians, law enforcement, computer engineers, and financial managers, as well as individuals interested in working on foreign policy. This will be a general information session to learn more about a career at the Department of State.
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The U.S. Department of State is the Federal government’s leading foreign affairs agency that works to shape and sustain a peaceful, prosperous, just, and democratic world and fosters conditions for stability and progress for the benefit of the American people and people everywhere. Our employees have diverse educational and cultural backgrounds, global perspectives, depth of knowledge, and technical skills, along with exceptional analytical and problem-solving abilities.
Our employees are champions of American diplomacy, using their knowledge and experience in everything from architecture to engineering and technology to medicine to achieve success as they serve with integrity and professionalism. You can contribute your different perspectives, life experiences, and innovative thinking as you collaborate with Foreign and Civil Service professionals, locally employed staff, contractors, and interns who work to support and advance U.S interests worldwide.
We encourage you to think about serving your country while experiencing the world, engaging with different cultures and doing meaningful, intellectually challenging, and interesting work.
Visit careers.state.gov to learn more