IRM employees comprised of Foreign Service, Civil Service, and Foreign National information technology specialists serve on the front lines of U.S. diplomacy. They are "the first in and the last out." Working in U.S. missions around the globe, these dedicated individuals operate the Department's radio, telephone, telegram, and computer systems. Efforts are underway to employ new information age tools to support U.S. embassies and consulates. Today these challenges are expanding to include the demands of the mobile diplomat coupled with security safeguards at every step of the way.
If you're serious about advancing your IT career, the U.S. Government is serious about YOU! Agencies, throughout the federal government, are joining together for the first time to offer IT job opportunities both nationwide and overseas.
If you are a U.S. citizen, are committed to the future of our country, and have technical savvy, consider a career with the State Department. Whether your talents lie in C++, Cold Fusion, Windows NT, Web Development, or other technical specialties, a job is waiting for you -- but you must apply.
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