US EMBASSY Tanzania New Vacancies, June 2022
The United States (US EMBASSY Tanzania) established diplomatic relations with the newly independent Tanganyika in 1961. In 1964, Tanganyika and Zanzibar unified to create the country now known as Tanzania. To this day, the United States and Tanzania maintain an established partnership characterized by mutual respect, shared values, and aspirations for a more peaceful and prosperous future.
The U.S. Mission to Tanzania is committed to advancing democracy, human rights, and governance; promoting health and education; driving economic growth; and supporting peace, security, and rule of law. In support of these goals, Tanzania benefits from U.S. assistance in a broad array of initiatives, including Power Africa, the President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the President’s Malaria Initiative, Feed the Future, Let Girls Learn, and the Global Health Security Agenda.
NEW VACANCIES AT THE UNITED STATES (US EMBASSY TANZANIA), MAY 2022
The Embassy is looking to hire qualified individuals to fill various new vacant positions. Read full descriptions of these vacancies from the PDF Document attached here below:
The New Embassy Compound in Dar es Salaam was the third new American Embassy facility to officially open in the East African Community-Kampala in April, 2001, Nairobi in March, 2003, and Dar es Salaam in March, 2003. The Government of Tanzania was the primary inspiration for the site along Old Bagamoyo Road in Kinondoni at Msasani Village.