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  • Posted: Mar 31, 2023
    Deadline: Apr 11, 2023
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    The Embassy of the United States of America to Kenya, located in Nairobi, is home to the diplomatic mission of the United States to the Republic of Kenya. The embassy opened in central Nairobi on 2 March 1964, when the United States established diplomatic relations with Kenya.

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    Consular Investigations Assistant


    The Consular Investigator (CI) is part of the Consular Section and specifically the Fraud Prevention Unit (FPU).  They work under the direct supervision of the Fraud Prevention Manager (FPM).  The incumbent conducts sensitive, routine, and complex investigations of counterfeit/forged travel documents, human trafficking, and smuggling, and identity amongst other types.  The incumbent will also be responsible for completing the resultant detailed and timely written reports and independently managing the program’s fraud caseload. 

    To facilitate these investigations, the incumbent builds relationships with contacts of all levels throughout the region to include but not limited to relationships with the Kenyan government agencies, education institutions and businesses as well as U.S. counterpart agencies and institutions. 

    The incumbent will develop and execute anti-fraud programs for internal and external parties locally, regionally, and internationally.  These presentations will include but are not limited to document analysis and interview skills that support the above listed investigations. 


    • At least 5 years experience conducting sensitive investigations is required.


    The incumbent must have in-depth knowledge of Kenyan and Somali identity and citizenship documentation and processes.

    Education Requirements:

    • University Degree in immigration, international relations, law or political science is required.



    • English Level IV (Fluent, Speaking/Reading/Writing) is required. (This may be tested).
    • Kiswahili Level III (Good working knowledge, Speaking/Reading/Writing) is required.


    • Ability to conduct sensitive investigations and work independently to manage a large case load.   Ability to conduct presentations for a wide range of audiences.  Proficiency in Microsoft office suite and other software platforms (i.e. Adobe, etc.) is required to support development of Fraud Prevention Unit products, reports and presentation materials

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