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Want to Make a Difference for American Agriculture? Come Work for APHIS

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APHIS is looking for a bright, energetic professional to serve as Program Assistant. is the overseas

APHIS is looking for a bright, energetic professional to serve as Program Assistant. [] [USDA symbol. United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.] [Find Your Future With Us] Want to Make a Difference for American Agriculture? Come Work for APHIS Do you have a passion for international business and administrative operations? Are you looking to add international experience to your career? A position as a Program Specialist with APHIS’ International Services may be right for you! [International Services](is the overseas arm of USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS). Our Foreign Service Officers and staff work in 27 countries worldwide to carry out APHIS’ mission on the global stage. Our in-country presence, technical expertise, and skilled diplomacy give America unmatched advantage, access, and trust abroad to protect and promote U.S. agricultural health. As a Program Specialist in the International Services Deputy Administrator’s Office, you will use your political savvy and organizational skills to support the Executive Team as they manage APHIS’ global operations. You will also use qualitative and quantitative techniques to help analyze and evaluate various administrative activities and recommend ways to improve programs and processes. Consider joining our diverse and highly specialized team today! Learn about the many benefits of working with us at [( [Apply Today!]( Know someone who’d be perfect for the job? Pass this message along! [Bookmark and Share]( USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender. --------------------------------------------------------------- [Bookmark and Share]( Questions about APHIS programs and services? [Contact Us]( STAY CONNECTED: [USDA blog]( [APHIS Facebook]( [APHIS Twitter]( [APHIS YouTube]( [Sign up for email updates]( [APHIS Flickr]( SUBSCRIBER SERVICES: [Manage Preferences]( | [Unsubscribe]( | [Help]( --------------------------------------------------------------- This email was sent to {EMAIL} using GovDelivery Communications Cloud on behalf of: USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service · 4700 River Rd · Riverdale, MD 20737 [GovDelivery logo](

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