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Job Announcement: Conference Service Clerk

The Conference Services Office is looking for a Conference Service Clerk to manage the Post’s Temporary-Quarters Assistance Allowance (TQSA) program for incoming and outgoing officers and to track the use of Conference Service use by internal and external Government Agencies. She/he also prepares and dispatches official delegations’ accreditations and provides full administrative and logistical support for official US Visitors.

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Job Announcement: Housekeeper

The General Services section is looking for a housekeeper to provide representational, maid, catering and cleaning support for U.S. representational events that are provided by the Conference Services Section of the Mission.

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Job Announcement: Electrician – HVAC Technician

The Facility section is looking for a skilled journeyman electrician with HVAC skills. The Electrician/HVAC Technician will perform electrical installation, preventive maintenance, routine and emergency maintenance and repair work for electrical systems and components in US government-owned and official residences.

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Replacement of the Linoleum Stairwell

The U.S. Mission in Geneva intends to change the existing linoleum stairwell in its main building, 11 route de Pregny in Chambésy.

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Coming Soon

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Check out our new podcast: Geneva’s Geeks: Innovation and Impact! Find it here on the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in Geneva website, or subscribe to the podcast on itunes. Rate us and tell your friends. Follow us on Facebook to send us your ideas and feedback.

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Replacement of the Telephone System

The U.S. Mission Geneva has a requirement to replace the telephone switchboard and upgrade the Wi-Fi system in 5 residences and in the Mission main building in Chambésy.

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Students from the SIT visited the U.S. Mission

A group of students from the School for International Training (SIT) visited the U.S. Mission. The students visited the U.S. Mission as part of their study abroad program that examines the evolving role of multilateral diplomacy in international relations and responses to security challenges from the international hub of Geneva. The group met with Deputy Counselor for Public Affairs, Meg Riggs, and was briefed on the roles and responsibilities the U.S. Mission fulfills on Geneva's international stage.

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The students visited the U.S. Mission as part of their study abroad program that examines the evolving role of multilateral diplomacy in international relations and responses to security challenges from the international hub of Geneva.

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Announcement: Gardening Services

The U.S. Mission Geneva has a requirement for gardening services in one of our official residences in Bellevue (Geneva) Switzerland with a lawn size of about 11,000 sq. m.

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SOAS Students Visit the U.S. Mission

SOAS Students Visit US Mission

The group engaged in a discussion on the unique role of the Mission in implementing multilateral policy.

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Speaker Program with Dina Smeltz

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The U.S. Mission and Webster University welcome Dina Smeltz, senior fellow on public opinion and foreign policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, for talks about polling in the US and Europe in the run-up to the 2016 US election and the Brexit vote.

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