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LYNDO LYNDO: ou JOEL BARTE CALALO: bakit po yung sss ko ay hindi padin updated. ODIADA JERMILYN BHEM: MAM CONTACT NUMBER NYO PO? YADZ HANSON SILVA: hi may hawk pb kau ng factory workers p tnx.. MAGS SABAS: hi, mam,sir may may employer po b? kayo rovinson mirano ang name sa morata nagwowork sa fpip sto tomas batangas VAL ECHAVEZ: Gud ev.po Im Percival Echavez mam/sir tanung kulang po kng kailan full out ng FCC Phil.isat kalhating buwan npo ako nka pending..asahn kpo ang reply nio tnx po EDMAR CASTILLO AJUSAN: ano po # nyo? DARWIN ALIGA SUBIL: THIS SERVES AS CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR E-MAIL WAS RECEIVED. Please read the Frequently Asked Questions list below before applying. You must apply for a vacancy listed on our website, http://manila.usembassy.gov/employment_opps.html or your application will NOT be evaluated. Please ensure that the Vacancy Announcement Number is in the subject of your email. Failure to include the vacancy announcement number could result in your application not being reviewed. Applications are not reviewed until after the Closing Date of the vacancy. If you are deemed qualified, your name will be included in the short list that will be forwarded to the hiring office. At that point, you may be considered and we will contact you with further instructions. Please note that you must send a separate application for each position that you wish to apply for. You must send the application form with your resume for proper evaluation of your qualifications; incomplete applications are not eligible. Thank you for your interest in working at the U.S. Embassy. INTERNSHIPS For information about internships (OJT equivalent in the Philippines) please visit our Foreign National Student Internship webpage http://manila.usembassy.gov/employment_opps/foreign_national_student_internship_program.html Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Employment at the U.S. Embassy in Manila
Question: How do I apply for a job opening?
Answer: Download the application form and e-mail it along with your resume. You must send the application form with your resume for proper evaluation of your qualifications. Incomplete applications are not eligible.
Question: Can I just walk in and submit my application in person?
Answer: We highly recommend that you e-mail your application but you may also send it through regular mail or fax.
Question: If I don't see an opening that I like, can I just send my resume for any opening?
Answer: We do not accept applications that are not applying for a currently open position and we do not keep a file of applications for future openings.
Question: I sent my application in the mail the day the vacancy closed. Is it still eligible?
Answer: Your application must be received by our office before the end of the closing date or it will not be eligible.
Question: I have more than one position that I want to apply for. Can I just send one application?
Answer: You must send an application for EACH VACANCY that you are applying for. Please ensure to indicate the vacancy announcement number for proper sorting.
Question: I’m a U.S. citizen. Can I work at the U.S. Embassy?
Answer: Yes, provided that you are eligible to work in the country and you meet the qualification requirements for the position. You MUST send a copy of any of the following documents with your application to be eligible: Dual Citizenship Certificate, Alien Certificate of Registration card, or Immigrant Certificate of Residence. If you do not have one of these documents then you are not eligible to apply. Please note that compensation and benefits for these positions are based on local prevailing wage scales and practices, which means that few jobs will pay more than U.S. minimum wage and you will be liable to pay both U.S. and Philippine taxes.
Question: I’m a Filipino citizen. Can I work at the U.S. Embassy?
Answer: Yes, provided that you meet the qualification requirements for the position.
Question: The application form DS-174 Section 15 asks if I am eligible to work in this country. How do I show proof of that eligibility?
Answer: If you are a Filipino citizen, this section does not apply to you. If you have foreign citizenship, please submit ONE of the following documents with your application to be eligible: Dual Citizenship Certificate, Alien Certificate of Registration card, or Immigrant Certificate of Residence.
Question: How long is the hiring process?
Answer: We do not review applications until after the vacancy announcement has closed and the amount of time to fill a position varies depending on many factors so we are unable to provide an estimate. We will notify you if your application is selected for further processing.
Question: Do you notify applicants if they don’t get selected for the position?
Answer: We only notify those applicants who interviewed for the position but were not selected. You may contact the Human Resources Office to check on the status of your application.
Human Resources Office
United States Embassy, Manila
Employment Opportunities | Embassy of the United States Manila, Philippines
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