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Interested in a Career in International Affairs, Foreign Relations, Trade Promotion and Commercial Diplomacy?

The U.S. Commercial Service (CS) is looking for dedicated professionals to add to its complement of 250 Foreign Service Officers serving in Embassies and Consulates around the globe.

The U.S. Commercial Service assists and advocates for U.S. businesses in international markets to foster U.S. economic prosperity. Utilizing our network of trade promotion and policy professionals located in over 70 countries and 100 U.S. locations, CS promotes U.S. exports, especially among small and medium-sized enterprises; advances and protects U.S. commercial interests overseas; and attracts inward investment into the United States.

Commercial Officers are commissioned Foreign Service Officers who carry out a wide variety of critical functions and work with a broad spectrum of government and private sector organizations to articulate, develop and refine United States commercial policy, promote U.S. exports and to protect U.S. commercial interests abroad.

For more information on how to apply, please visit:

http://www.trade.gov/jobs/world-of-opportunity.html or

Sign up for our list serve at:

http://bit.ly/ForeignCommercialServiceCareers


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