Monday, April 12, 2010

Foreign Service Criminal Investigator - Agency For International Development

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Office of Inspector General (OIG), is recruiting for Foreign Service Special Agents, 1811 Criminal Investigators to serve in positions located in countries where USAID is operating. The OIG's headquarters is in Washington, D.C. OIG has field offices located in Baghdad (Iraq); Cairo (Egypt); Dakar (Senegal); Manila (Philippines); Pretoria (South Africa); San Salvador (El Salvador); Kabul, (Afghanistan); and Islamabad,(Pakistan). As Foreign Service Special Agent, you will be required to combine your skills as a Criminal Investigator with the skills of a seasoned diplomat in order to accomplish the OIG's mission of fighting fraud, waste and abuse in USAID programs and operations throughout the world. A Foreign Service career involves uncommon commitments and occasional hardships, as well as unique rewards and opportunities. A decision to enter this career must involve a firm dedication to public service and a strong desire to serve in the overseas environment. The Foreign Service strives to maintain diversity in the representation of gender, geographic region, race, and ethnicity.

Link to Job Posting can be found here.

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