“Apply Now”: US Embassy Announces 7 Exciting Job Vacancies for Nigerians With Attractive Salaries

“Apply Now”: US Embassy Announces 7 Exciting Job Vacancies for Nigerians With Attractive Salaries

  • The United State Embassy in Nigeria is offering seven exciting job vacancies for qualified Nigerians
  • The offer comes with mouth-watering salary and vacancy from N7.31 million to as high as N43 million per year
  • The job is available for two of its location in Lagos and Abuja and interested candidates are encouraged to apply before deadline

The United States Embassy in Nigeria has announced a range of exciting job opportunities for Nigerian citizens, offering competitive salaries.

The job gives qualified Nigerians a chance work for the united state government and also earn in foreign currencies.

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US embassy looking to employ Nigerians Photo credit: chris-mueller
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According to a statement from the US embassy website, the positions are available in Lagos and Abuja.

Also, the embassy encourages interested candidates to apply promptly before the application deadline.

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Jobs available at US embassy

The list of jobs available and salary range

  • Field Engineer - N29.01m ($30,488) per year
  • Field Engineer (Civil) - N29.01m ($30,488) per year
  • Public Health Administrative Management Specialist - N34.60m ($36,422) per year
  • Senior Program Specialist, Epidemiology and Surveillance (GID) - N42.02m ($45,283) per year
  • Boat Pilot - N7.31m ($7,689) per year
  • Bodyguard Shift Leader - N13.23m ($13,923) per year
  • Dispatcher - N12.07m ($12,704) per year

US embassy job application guide

According to the US embassy, interested candidates looking to apply for the available jobs must first create an account in its Electronic Recruitment Application (ERA) system with a valid email address.

This can be done anywhere with an internet connection, computer, or mobile phone.

The message reads:

"Please review the ERA Applicant User Guide thoroughly to create your ERA account, apply for jobs, and manage your ERA account. Please apply before the closing date of each vacancy announcement."

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To view the list of available positions and apply, please click here.

U.S. Embassy increases visa fees for Nigerians planning to 'Japa,'

Legit.ng earlier reported that the United States Embassy in Nigeria declared a rise in the charges associated with processing non-immigrant visa (NIV) applications.

As conveyed through an official statement on its website, the embassy has scheduled the implementation of these updated fees for various visa categories to commence on June 17, 2023.

This adjustment in fee structure is a direct response to the Department of State's recently issued Final Rule, which outlines modifications to non-immigrant visa application processing fees.

Source: Legit.ng

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Dave Ibemere (Senior Business Editor) Dave Ibemere is a senior business editor at Legit.ng. He is a financial journalist with over a decade of experience in print and online media. He also holds a Master's degree from the University of Lagos. He is a member of the African Academy for Open-Source Investigation (AAOSI), the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations and other media think tank groups. He previously worked with The Guardian, BusinessDay, and headed the business desk at Ripples Nigeria. Email: dave.ibemere@corp.legit.ng.

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