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DS-174 - Application for employment (pdf: 60kb) - Please note, if you fill this form out on your computer, you must complete the form and then print it -it will not be saved. Alternatively the form can be completed by pen.
Instructions for Completing the DS-0174, Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member (pdf: 113Kb)
U.S. Embassy, Apia, Samoa
The U.S. Embassy in Apia invites applications from all interested candidates for the full-time position of Program Assistant.
The Program Assistant acts as the main advisor to the Chargé d'Affaires (CDA) on all public diplomacy, protocol and cultural issues, and is responsible for preparing analytical reports, input to speeches and recommendations for representational events. They provide translation services and protocol advice for the CDA and other American Officers, and will be tasked with supervising one locally engaged Public Diplomacy Assistant, paying particular attention that all services promote the Mission Strategic Resources Plan (MSRP) goals. [more information] [position description] [cover page]
Applications close at 4.00pm on Wednesday, July 23 2014.
Public Diplomacy Assistant.
The U.S. Embassy in Apia invites applications from all interested candidates for the full-time position of Public Diplomacy Assistant.
This position is responsible for acting as an advisor to the Chief of Mission on public diplomacy, protocol and cultural issues and will involve preparing reports, input to speeches and may require translation services for American officers. The incumbent is also responsible for coordinating Embassy community engagement with the government, media, education, business and public sectors via both traditional and emerging social media means. [more information] [position description] [cover page]
Applications close on Wednesday, July 23 2014.