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April 7, 2015

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT USAID/ AMERICAN EMBASSY, TEL AVIV

ALL CANDIDATES MUST FOLLOW THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND TAKE NOTICE OF THE ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA SECTION (3) TO MAXIMIZE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THIS POSITION

POSITION TITLE: Chauffeur, FSN- 5
OPEN TO: All interested candidates including Eligible Family Members
OPENING DATE: 04/09/2015
CLOSING DATE: 04/23/2015
TYPE/LENGTH OF SERVICE: Local-hire position, 12 months renewable
POSITION LOCATION: Tel Aviv/Jerusalem

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking highly qualified candidates for the position of Chauffeur within the Motorpool section of the Executive Office (EXO) of the USAID Mission for ‎West Bank & Gaza. USAID reserves the right to hire multiple candidates.

December 6, 2013

2009-WBG-11

Reporting of Subaward Information - Excel Attachment

Issued: June 30, 2009

November 6, 2013

USAID helped the Palestinian agribusiness sector increase exports by $25,000,000 from 2012–2013 through the provision of technical assistance on job skills, improving product quality, accessing capital and reaching new markets. USAID assists food producers participate in international trade shows, organizes meetings with international agribusinesses and distributors and facilitates the use of treated wastewater for agriculture, all of which increase investments and exports. In 2013, USAID helped negotiate ten forward contracts between Palestinian farmers and domestic and international agribusinesses, infusing $8,000,000 into the Palestinian economy.

Administrator Shah meets students in Harmala
November 6, 2013

 The Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Dr. Rajiv Shah, visited a new coeducational primary school and an expanded health care center in the West Bank village of Harmala, in the Bethlehem Governorate on Wednesday.

November 6, 2013

To demonstrate the tangible benefits from the ongoing negotiations between the Palestinians and Israelis, the United States and Palestinian Authority are working together with international donors to support an initiative for high-impact micro-infrastructure (HIMII) projects that are in line with Palestinian national objectives. HIMII projects include the construction or renovation of health clinics, road repairs, construction of community centers and schools and other similar projects.

Al-Salam Factory, Hebron
November 6, 2013

Dr. Rajiv Shah, the Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), met with Palestinian agricultural producers on Wednesday to discuss the local agricultural sector. During the meeting, representatives from 13 agricultural producers presented the Administrator with their products and discussed their relations with international buyers.

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