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1. The U.S. Embassy has an immediate vacancy for a suitably qualified 

 Engineer - Civil 

The Civil-Architectural Engineer shall be directly responsible to the OBO Project Director (PD) and provide construction management and engineering services in support of the Port Moresby new Embassy Compound (NEC) project.  Services include architectural and civil/structural engineering for the construction quality assurance program.  He/ She shall be capable of working independently. Overtime and weekend work will be occasionally required. 

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science in civil or architectural engineering.
  • Five years experience in design and/or construction of structures.
  • Must have level IV English knowledge of proficiencies.
  • Demonstrated high standard of detailed knowledge of the construction industry, modern architectural and engineering principles.
  • Proven knowledge of local building codes and construction abilities and ability to learn advance knowledge of OBO construction codes, safety and security regulations.
  • Must have a valid driving license.

Salary package plus benefits will be discuss during the interview. 

Please forward a detailed resume with full supporting documentation clearly demonstrating your ability to meet the minimum requirements, and a reliable telephone/email contact to the following address: 

Embassy of the United States of America
P.O. Box 1492. Port Moresby. NCD. PNG.
Attn: Human Resources Assistant.  
Email: PersonnelPortMoresby@state.gov 

Applications close at 4:30pm Friday March 11, 2016.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For those not shortlisted, we thank you for considering the U.S Government as a potential employer.

THE USG IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER!

 

2. The U.S. Embassy has an immediate vacancy for a suitably qualified 

 Engineer - Electrical 

The Electrical Engineer (EE) shall be directly responsible to the OBO Project Director (PD) and provide construction management and electrical engineering services in support of the Port Moresby new Embassy Compound (NEC) project.  Services shall include but not be limited to construction inspections, and submittal reviews in support of the construction quality assurance program.  He/ She shall be capable of working independently. Overtime and weekend work will be occasionally required. 

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from an accredited institution.
  • Five years experience in design and/or construction of mechanical/electrical systems in buildings is required at level of project engineer or equal.
  • Must have level IV English knowledge of proficiencies.
  • Demonstrated high standard of detailed knowledge of the construction industry, modern electrical engineering principles, different building materials, and their appropriate uses under varying circumstances and conditions.
  • Proven knowledge of local building codes and construction abilities and ability to learn advance knowledge of OBO construction codes, safety and security regulations.
  • Must have a valid driving license.

Salary package plus benefits will be discuss during the interview.

Please forward a detailed resume with full supporting documentation clearly demonstrating your ability to meet the minimum requirements, and a reliable telephone/email contact to the following address:

Embassy of the United States of America
P.O. Box 1492. Port Moresby. NCD. PNG.
Attn: Human Resources Assistant.  
Email: PersonnelPortMoresby@state.gov 

Applications close at 4:30pm Friday March 11, 2016.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For those not shortlisted, we thank you for considering the U.S Government as a potential employer.

THE USG IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER!

 

3. The U.S. Embassy has an immediate vacancy for a suitably qualified 

 Engineer - Mechanical 

The Mechanical Engineer (ME) shall be directly responsible to the OBO Project Director (PD) and provide construction management and mechanical engineering services in support of the Port Moresby new Embassy Compound (NEC) project.  Services shall include but not be limited to construction inspections, and submittal reviews in support of the construction quality assurance program.  He/ She shall be capable of working independently. Overtime and weekend work will be occasionally required. 

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from an accredited institution.
  • Five years experience in design and/or construction of mechanical/electrical systems in buildings is required at level of project engineer or equal.
  • Must have level IV English knowledge of proficiencies.
  • Demonstrated high standard of detailed knowledge of the construction industry, modern mechanical engineering principles, different building materials, and their appropriate uses under varying circumstances and conditions. 
  • Proven knowledge of local building codes and construction abilities and ability to learn advance knowledge of OBO construction codes, safety and security regulations.
  • Must have a valid driving license.

Salary package plus benefits will be discuss during the interview. 

Please forward a detailed resume with full supporting documentation clearly demonstrating your ability to meet the minimum requirements, and a reliable telephone/email contact to the following address: 

Embassy of the United States of America
P.O. Box 1492. Port Moresby. NCD. PNG.
Attn: Human Resources Assistant.  
Email: PersonnelPortMoresby@state.gov

Applications close at 4:30pm Friday March 11, 2016.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For those not shortlisted, we thank you for considering the U.S Government as a potential employer.

THE USG IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER!

 

4The U.S. Embassy has an immediate vacancy for a suitably qualified 

Chauffeur 

The U.S. Embassy is seeking a dynamic, motivated individual to join our Motor Pool Team.  The position is responsible for 3 major categories of work including service as a Chauffeur, Expeditor and assisting as Warehouseman. The incumbent must operate all Embassy vehicle types including trucks, van and cars.

Minimum Requirements

  • Completion of secondary school.  
  • Two years driving experience in similar vehicles.
  • Proven working knowledge of written and spoken English language.
  • Must be capable of driving all vehicles types and thorougly familiar with Port Moresby streets and traffic. 
  • Must have Class 6 Driving License and must be an excellent driver.

Annual Salary: K26, 366 plus benefits. Please note that housing is not a condition of employment.

To apply, please send reliable telephone and/or/e-mail contact information, a detailed resume, and supporting documentation that clearly demonstrates your ability to meet the minimum requirements for this position to:

Embassy of the United States Of America
P.O. Box 1492. Port Moresby. NCD. PNG.
Attn: Human Resources Assistant

 Email: PersonnelPortMoresby@state.gov 

Applications must be received by March 11, 2016.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For those not shortlisted, we thank you for considering the U.S Government as a potential employer.

THE U.S.GOVERNMENT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

 

5. The U.S. Embassy has an immediate vacancy for a suitably qualified 

 Plumber 

Incumbent is the Post’s lead plumber and serves as the Embassy’s plumbing subject matter expert.  The incumbent performs preventative maintenance and repairs at approximately thirteen U.S. Government owned and leased properties. The incumbent maintains and repairs the following systems and components: potable water systems, sewer and septic systems, roofs, rain gutters, storm water systems, fire suppression systems, fire suppression equipment, and welding needs. Incumbent also performs plumbing work for minor construction, modifications, and renovation tasks as required. 

Minimum Requirements

  • Successful completion of Grade 10. Present certificate for Level III  Competency Standards Test.
  • Must hold a plumbing license.
  • Minimum of five years working in the building construction trades with a minimum of three years working as a journeyman plumber.
  • Level III English (good knowledge of written and spoken English) required.
  • Demonstrate high standard of  knowledge in plumbing, construction practices and construction safety.
  • Well organized, able to work independently on job sites, able to drive a light truck. 

Salary: K41,250  – K52, 550 per annum, plus benefits, which will be discussed during the interview. 

Please forward a detailed resume with full supporting documentation clearly demonstrating your ability to meet the minimum requirements, and a reliable telephone/email contact to the following address: 

Embassy of the United States of America
P.O. Box 1492. Port Moresby. NCD. PNG.
Attn: Human Resources Assistant.  
Email: PersonnelPortMoresby@state.gov

Applications close on Friday March 11, 2016.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For those not shortlisted, we thank you for considering the U.S Government as a potential employer.

THE USG IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER!

Important Notice

  • The Bureau of Human Resources and the Office of Directives have created an online version of DS-174: Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member. The new form replaces all older versions of the DS-174, which have expired. Posts are encouraged to update all links to point to the new online version.

    The online version allows applicants to fill out and save the form online using a web browser. Completed forms can be saved with the .FAR extension, the same as that used by e-Forms, and e-mailed to local Human Resources offices. Posts wishing to link to the online form rather than a PDF version should first check with their HR staff to ensure that they can open files with the .FAR extension. Posts unable to use the online version should link to the DS-174 in PDF form.

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