Thank you for considering the U.S. Government in Italy as a potential employer!
The U.S. Missions in Italy provide equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation.
Within this framework, the Office of Human Resources provides recruitment services to three U.S. Missions in Italy: the American Embassy in Rome, with the Consulates General in Milan, Florence and Naples; the American Embassy to the Holy See; and the U.S. Mission to the U.N. Agencies for Food and Agriculture (U.S.U.N.) in Rome.
To be eligible for consideration, candidates of all nationalities -with the exception of certain Eligible Family Members of Mission employees (See: “Definitions”) – must have the required work and residency permits at the time that they apply for local positions in Italy. Please note that the U.S. Embassy is not able –under any circumstance– to sponsor candidates for a work entry visa to Italy.
Local position vacancies are usually advertised inside and outside concurrently. However, make sure you are eligible to apply as some positions may be restricted to Mission employees only, or other specific categories.
How do I apply?
To view the current listing of available positions and apply, please visit the ERA Portal. No application otherwise submitted will be considered.
Tools for applicants:
- ERA Application Tutorial (video)
- ERA Job Aids for Applicants:
All information candidates provide through ERA will be treated confidentially to establish candidates’ eligibility and qualifications and will not be disclosed to any party external to the actual recruitment process. By filling out the on-line application form, candidates commit to being trustworthy as to all the information therein provided and are aware that any false statement will result in candidates being excluded from the selection process, or may be grounds for termination after the beginning of employment.