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Position: Cultural Affairs Assistant
Job Description / Responsibility
Working under the supervision of the Cultural Affairs Officer (CAO), the Cultural Affairs Assistant (CAA) manages the Embassy’s English language programs including the English Access Micro Scholarship Program, the English Language Fellows (ELF), the English Language Specialist (ELS), and the eTeacher programs. The CAA also supports the administration of Fulbright programs.
Bachelor’s degree in the liberal arts, education, social sciences, or international relations. (You must attach a copy of your bachelor’s degree certificate along with your application form.)
At least 3 year(s)
Three to four years of progressively responsible experience in cultural affairs, international exchange, or education.
Level IV English (speaking and reading); Level IV Bangla (speaking and reading). This may be tested.
Ability to develop and sustain mid to high-level contacts with leaders in governmental, educational, and cultural institutions. Ability to plan, administer and evaluate exchange programs of all types. Sound judgment needed to present U.S. interests at senior levels and to give balanced advice on matters affecting the MSP (Mission Strategic Priorities)
Applicants must submit the application form & required documents either by regular mail (postal service) or, deliver by hand to the south barrier of the U.S. Embassy to be considered.
Universal Application for Employment (UAE) (Form DS-174), available on our website at http://bd.usembassy.gov/ (Click on Embassy, click on `Job at the Embassy`, will take you to “Job Openings at the Embassy”); blank application forms are also available at the south barrier of the U.S. Embassy (near the Nepalese & Vatican Embassies). Please find the full job announcement on our website at: http://bd.usembassy.gov/
Application Deadline : Sep 30, 2019