Jobs at the Embassy

Thank you for considering the U.S. Mission to Jamaica as a potential employer. The United States government offers a wide variety of challenging and exciting employment opportunities in Jamaica and throughout the rest of the world.

The Human Resources (HR) Office in Kingston has overall responsibility for the management of the Employment Program for all agencies represented in the Mission. For your convenience, vacancy announcements for positions at the Embassy and other Consular Agencies throughout Jamaica are advertised on this webpage to help you access information on employment opportunities.

The selection of available jobs changes often, and sometimes there are no vacancies.  If you find a vacancy that interests you, simply download the information and follow the instructions for applying.

See information below on Vacancy Announcement:

Definitions and Additional Employment Considerations
Eight Qualities of Overseas Employees

U.S. Mission                                           U.S. Embassy/Kingston
Announcement Number:                      Kingston-2019 – V044 – R
Position Title:                                        Deputy PEPFAR Coordinator
Opening Period:                                   October 30, 2019 – November 14, 2019
Series/Grade:                                        LE 540 11
Salary:                                                   (J$)6,162,634
For LE – LCP is (J$) 6,162,634 (includes basic salary, bonus and allowances).
*Final grade/step for FP (US$) will be determined by Washington
For More Info:                                       Email Address: hrokingstonjobs@state.gov or call (876) 702-6150
Who May Apply:                                   All Interested Applicants / All Sources

Peace Corps Jamaica Vacancy Announcement
Language and Cross-Culture Facilitator

 

(Six (6) *Temporary; Full Time Positions available; employment tenure from February 2020 to May 2020
*Temporary, Full Time means that the contractor is committed to full time employment with the Peace Corps for the duration of the contract.

The United States Peace Corps Jamaica Office is seeking experienced professionals to serve as Language and Cross-Culture Facilitators for Peace Corps Trainees, during its Pre-service Training.

Remuneration: $7400 per day; for a maximum of 75 days.
Please visit https://www.peacecorps.gov/jamaica/contracts/for further details, and the application process.

Peace Corps reserves the right not to consider applications received after closing date and/or failing to follow application instructions. Appointment will be based on successful security clearance and availability of funds.

Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, November 15, 2019.

The United States Peace Corps office in Jamaica is seeking a qualified professional with extensive experience in the field of Agriculture or Community Economic Development to serve as a full-time contracted Program Manager based in Kingston.  Applicants must have a Master’s Degree or equivalent experience in Agricultural Science, Rural Development, Project Management, Community Economic Development or a related field; and relevant experience in the field of agriculture and/or community economic development.

Before submitting an application, please visit https://www.peacecorps.gov/jamaica/contracts/ for the job description, information on required qualifications, and the application process.