How can you get a job as a government contractor overseas?


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Obtain a job as a government contractor overseas by applying for a qualifying position through sites such as Indeed.com, Aerotek-Government-Services.com, FederalGovernmentJobs.us and ClearanceJobs.com, as of 2015. Each site offers positions that deal with a variety of specialties, ranging from logistics to accounting, and feature numerous locations outside of the United States.

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Indeed.com is a general employment listing site that includes a variety of listings from private companies with existing government contracts. Though it does not offer a specific section for contract or overseas jobs, its keyword search and result filtering tools allow the user to locate jobs according to specific qualifications and submit applications directly through the site or the site on which the listing appears.

Aerotek-Government-Services.com specializes in sourcing positions and offering contracts for companies and private contractors to support various government agencies, including military groups as well as agencies such as NASA and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Its job listings appear on a branded third-party site that require users to register for an account before applying.

FederalGovernmentJobs.us features jobs both directly with the Federal government as well as via separate contracts, organizing overseas listings according to the country in which the job takes place. Each listing on the site includes the requirements and qualifications necessary as well as instructions on how to submit an application.

ClearanceJobs.com contains jobs with civilian contractors working with the government in a variety of countries, many of which involve some form of military action either as an operative or analyst.

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