Foreign Service Specialist

Foreign Service Specialists are employees of the United States Department of State and members of the Foreign Service system that provide services in support of foreign policy at posts worldwide or in Washington, D.C. Specialists are an integral part of the Department of State's presence overseas, dedicated to representing America's interests in other countries.

Career Opportunities

*Facilities Maintenance Specialist
*Financial Management Officer
*General Services Officer
*Human Resources Officer
*Construction Engineer
*Information Management Specialist
*Information Management Technical Specialist
*Regional English Language Officer
*Information Resource Officer
*Printing Specialist
*Health Practitioner
*Regional Medical Technologist
*Regional Medical Officer
*Regional Medical Officer/Psychiatrist
*Office Management Specialist
*Diplomatic Courier
*Security Engineering Officer
*Security Technical Specialist
*Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent

External links

* [http://careers.state.gov/specialist/index.html Foreign Service Specialist Careers site at the State Department]

ee also

* United States Foreign Service
* United States Department of State


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