An applicant for a position in the United States Mission to Morocco must either be a Moroccan citizen or have the required work and/or residency permit allowing him/her to work in Morocco. Applicants selected for interview will be asked to provide documentation proving their legal right to work in Morocco. Please note that if you are selected for a position within the Mission, you will be required to go through an Embassy Security Investigation and a Medical Clearance prior to your appointment.
How to Apply – Follow Instructions Carefully
- To see the Vacancy Announcement, click on the Position Title hyperlink in the table below. Read the Announcement carefully before applying.
- The Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member, DS-174 (Word Document) is mandatory. Without this, applications will not be considered. Answer every question. Full instructions for the DS-174 form can be found here.
- Please send your application only if you are applying for a specific position and meet the qualifications for that position. Our Mission does not maintain a database for applications. Therefore you must submit an application for every open position. Send only one application per Vacancy Announcement. Send DS-174 and Curriculum Vitae/Resumé only. Other documents will be needed only if and when you are selected for interview. Do not send copies of Attestations, Identity cards, Passports, Birth Certificates or Naturalization Certificates.
- Applications must be received by the closing date and must be sent either:
a. By post, send to:
Ambassade des Etats-Unis d’Amerique Human Resources – Vacancy _______
Km 5.7, Avenue Mohammed VI
Souissi, Rabat 10170, Morocco
b. By e-mail (preferred), send to:
Subject line should say: Vacancy Announcement _____(number), Position (for example, Vacancy Announcement 12-03, Driver). We will not retrieve/download your application from an external site. It must be sent as an Attachment.
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