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Job Opportunities at Peace Corps


Peace Corps is not using the Electronic Recruitment Application (ERA) system. To apply for Peace Corps vacancies, you should follow the directions in “How to Apply” in each vacancy announcement and send to PCVietNamJobs@peacecorps.gov.


The United States Peace Corps is proud to be opening Peace Corps Viet Nam. Our mission is to improve English language skills for students and teachers in Viet Nam, assist in increasing the English teaching capacity of Vietnamese English teachers and foster intercultural exchange. We are now hiring for several positions in the Hanoi office.

The United States Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization that will bring Americans to Viet Nam to serve as Peace Corps Volunteers. Volunteers will co-teach English language classes with Vietnamese teachers in secondary schools. The Peace Corps is serving in Viet Nam at the invitation of the Government of Viet Nam and working closely with Ministry of Education and Training with a goal to improve the English language skills of teachers and students as well as assist Vietnamese secondary school teachers to increase their capacity for English language instruction. Peace Corps Volunteers commit to two years of service, will live with host families, and will support and lead extra-curricular activities in accordance with their school leadership. A new cohort of Volunteers will arrive each year. The Peace Corps was founded by U.S. President John F. Kennedy in 1961 to promote world peace and friendship.

Peace Corps relies on outstanding staff teams to train and support volunteers and ensure our program is meeting local needs. Join us in launching this exciting program in Viet Nam! Please see current vacancies below. Additional positions will be listed here in coming months.

General information about the Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.



Current Opportunities

Quality Assurance Specialist
Job Description (PDF-194KB)
Submission Date for first review: March 10, 2024, Open until filled.