The United States Embassy in Managua has three job openings available for Nicaraguans, such as deputy supervisor of local guards, auto mechanic, and supply manager. Those interested can apply through the website provided by Facebook.
To access the position of local guard, a high school education with a respective bachelor’s degree, four years of work experience in the military, police, or security field, as well as an additional year of supervision, are required. personnel.
Other knowledge and skills required include emergency response, familiarity with safety equipment, and knowledge of cultural norms and customs.
The ability to drive vehicles (category 3 driver’s license), be able to communicate with people of all socioeconomic classes, and receive certification for the use and handling of firearms is also required.
Like the auto mechanic position, it requires a high school education, vocational courses in auto mechanics, and a certificate in the field.
The Embassy requires two years of work experience, knowledge of the English language to read, speak, and write, as well as Spanish, as well as a valid driver’s license for categories 3, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, and 6B.
In the case of the vacant position of supply manager, a bachelor’s degree is required, along with at least two years working in supply chain, storage operations, and managing grocery goods.
Computer skills are required, including basic Microsoft Office skills, knowledge of computer inventory data programs, and stock control.
“Must be able to lift a maximum of 51 pounds and must drive with category 3,” the publication quoted.
Good command of the English and Spanish languages in reading, writing and oral expression.
For all positions, the interested party must show permission to live and work in Nicaragua if they are a foreigner.