وظائف و فرص عمل شاغرة في US Department of State– Riyadh, SA _ المملكة العربية السعودية
Consular Fellow – Arabic :
Each day, our employees make a difference as they contribute to our global society and defend and advance our countrys interests and values. They work on the business of diplomacy and high priority issues that impact the safety, security, and prosperity of our world – human rights, environment, energy, food security, public health, and technology – all while experiencing a unique opportunity.
Our talented workforce reflects and champions all of our strengths and diversity – personal, professional, and educational. We offer a workplace that values and rewards leadership, collaboration and innovation, and personal and professional development.
A Limited Non-Career Appointment (LNA) does not lead to onward employment in the State Department or conversion to another form of employment. The LNA program is not an alternate entry method to the Foreign Service. An LNA in the Foreign Service is a distinctive opportunity to serve your country and can offer candidates who are considering a career in the Foreign Service first-hand insights and exploration of potential Foreign Service career paths.
Applicants for LNA positions must be available for posts world-wide and must speak/read Arabic (all variants) at the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Speaking 2/Reading 1 level. The rating scale for language testing can be found at http://www.govtilr.org.
Be a U.S. citizen and available for worldwide service.
Be able to obtain a Top Secret Security Clearance.
Be able to obtain an appropriate Foreign Service Medical Clearance.
Be able to obtain a favorable Suitability Review Panel determination.*
Be at least 20 yrs old and at least 21 yrs old to be appointed.
Qualifying experience can be in any field, but does not include clerical or wage-grade work, or any other work not usually requiring a bachelors or higher degree. The employees primary duty must be, or must have been, the performance of work requiring advanced knowledge, defined as work which is predominantly intellectual in character and which includes work requiring the consistent exercise of discretion and judgment. Advanced knowledge must be in a field of science or learning customarily acquired by a prolonged course of specialized intellectual instruction. Work performed by active duty U.S. military commissioned officers is considered qualifying experience; work performed by U.S. military personnel who are not commissioned officers is not considered qualifying experience unless it meets the above definition of qualifying experience.
The education, work experience, and other qualifications evaluated for evidence of the following knowledge, skills, abilities, and other requirements have been identified as important to successful job performance as a Consular Fellow, based on extensive job analysis research. Not all of these attributes need to be met by a candidate; the attributes will be used as a set to evaluate candidates.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
General knowledge of the United States, including customs and culture, society, trends, history, economy, government, political system, and constitution.
Skill in written and oral communication, including English grammar and usage, techniques for effective interpersonal communication, techniques for handling interviews, complaints, sources of information, and public speaking ability.
General skills in computers, including computer operations, common office software programs (e.g., Microsoft), e-mail systems, internet. Successful applicants will receive training in specialized Consular software applications.
General subject matter, including psychology and human behavior, interacting with individuals undergoing stress. Basic mathematics.
Required language fluency as outlined above.
Judgment and decision making
Social perceptiveness and interpersonal ability
Good time management
Strong reading comprehension
Solving complex problems
Level IV English ability (fluent) is required. Successful applicants must consistently meet a high standard for English, both written (overall structure as well as grammar, spelling and punctuation) and spoken (overall structure as well as delivery, clarity and succinctness).
Applicants must be eligible for diplomatic privileges and immunities in the country of assignment.
Benefits and Other Info