US Embassy in Colombia launches multiple job openings Looking for workers to earn salaries of up to 212 million per year in specific fields such as assistance, research or project management.

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There is a space for Administrative assistant to support the work of USAID (the agency responsible for social and economic assistance to the U.S. government in Colombia).

Specifically, they need a person with at least three years of administrative or secretarial experience. You must have worked with a “U.S. government agency, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), other donor organizations, host government organizations, or private sector entities” for at least two years.

You must be fluent in English and Spanish. You also need to be proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and other programs.

The salary is between $46,594,337 and $76,880,731 per year, plus Christmas bonuses, training, service, among others.

This call ends February 2, 2024. Those who are interested must apply from the page activated by the Embassy and follow the steps shown by the system. If you have questions, you can call 601-275-2000 or write to Bogotá[email protected].

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They are also calling Police Aviation Quality Assurance (QA) Assistant. To do this, you need to prove education in finance and accounting, public administration, business, engineering or aviation; and demonstrate a fluent level of English.

The applicant must have at least five years of experience in fields related to “aviation logistics or aviation maintenance” and at least two years of professional experience in quality assurance and aviation contract management.

Salary is $58,195,273 per year with a 40-hour work week intensity.

The call ends on February 4. You can expand the details on the official page where you can also start the application process.

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USAID needs two project management experts to support the work of the Office of Humanitarian Assistance. “They will work to improve connectivity between USAID and other donors and counterparts working in emergencies, livelihoods, resilience, and other activities,” is one of the functions they will perform.

Then, They are requested to work in international development, economics, international relations, human rights, public health or related fields.

These individuals are required to have at least five years of experience “managing humanitarian assistance programs, including some field experience in humanitarian needs assessment.”

They must also demonstrate experience with humanitarian organisations, United Nations (UN) or PIO organisations, international or local NGOs in the humanitarian sector. They must be fluent in English.

Salary ranges from $128,763,481 to $212,459,737 annually.

The call ends on February 15. You can learn the other terms and conditions and apply on the official website.

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There is a vacancy at the U.S. Embassy in Bogota for a fraud investigator who will earn a salary of $58,195,273 per year with a work intensity of 40 hours per week.

Their duties include conducting anti-fraud investigations in support of consular operations. Therefore, you must prove that you have at least five years of experience in this field.

If possible, you should be fluent in English and Spanish.

Applications close on February 20. You can expand the requirements and start registration on the official website.

Unlike other vacancies, this time it takes place in Cartagena. They are looking for something Investigator who will be responsible for “providing operational support in Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) criminal investigations”and can earn a salary of $37,076,587 per year.

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The applicant must have at least three years of experience in investigations and have basic knowledge “of the organization and operational practices of the Colombian National Police, relevant ministries/offices and the Chamber of Commerce.”

Some level of spoken English and a B2 driving license are required. To learn about other requirements, you can review the page provided by the Embassy and register by following the system steps.

Applications close on February 12.

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