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Technology Facilitates Interconnected Diplomacy

Use you IT skills to enhance diplomacy!

The U.S. Department is making it easier for you to apply to become a Foreign Service Information Management Specialist (IMS).

Join us now and help safeguard information systems and implement new technologies to improve the business of diplomacy. You will apply modern IT tools, approaches, systems, and information products to support the advancement of U.S. foreign policy and ultimately contribute to U.S. national security.

When you become an IMS, you will have access to continued training and career development programs, health and medical coverage, federal retirement benefits, and generous paid leave. When serving overseas, you will receive paid housing or an appropriate housing allowance, and paid education for dependent children K through 12.

Your new career path can start today. Visit https://home.pearsonvue.com/imst and apply at any time. To learn more about the new application process, check out our new infographic.
U.S. citizenship is required. An equal opportunity employer.


Posted By: Will Moss
Tuesday, May 7th 2019 at 8:21PM
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