Veteran Federal Resume Archives

I am Thankful for this Federal Job HIRED AND STARTING WORK NOV. 24, 2017 IN THE USA

11/14/2017 “Thank you for your great writing and support for my federal resume building. I am starting my new job with a different agency on Monday and I am very excited. I feel this is the caliber of job that I deserve and need to be in.

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Strategies for Meeting Military Families’ Toughest Challenges

Jan Meert has looked at the role of military spouse and mom from both sides now. Jan is married to an Army Soldier, and they have two boys, 12 and 14. Jan has had a federal civilian career working on bases in the U.S., Asia and Europe, managing on-post organizations like Army Community Service (ACS) that benefit servicemen and women and their spouses.

Posted in Blog, Federal Job News for Military Spouses, Federal Job Search, Federal Resume Writing, USAJOBS, Veteran Federal Jobs
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Veterans Preference for Federal Hiring is REAL and AWESOME!

Veterans Preference for Federal Hiring is REAL and AWESOME!

BUT… to make it work, you need a Best Qualified Federal Resume.

Read this list to improve your federal job search results and utilize your Veterans Preference!

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Your FBI Resume Should Tell the Story of Your Competencies

For Matt, a veteran of the Marines who served as a vehicle commander, the job of FBI Special Agent has a natural attraction. FBI agents are called on to carry out complex operations in difficult and often dangerous circumstances, areas in which Matt acquired valuable experience during his 2009-2013 military service.

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USAJOBS “Who May Apply” Problem

Office of Personnel Management IT specialist programmers have been working overtime. About every week there are new colorful bars, widgets and dropdowns and announcement sections. I like most of it. But the HR specialists who work for the agencies can’t keep up with the changes.

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Federal Employees Will Help Harvey Survivors Recover

There is a silver lining to Harvey’s historic storm clouds, which will deeply affect parts of Texas and Louisiana for years to come: It’s those countless residents who ventured out in their own boats and boots to rescue their neighbors, demonstrating an inspiring drive to serve.

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How to Get In On the Hiring Free-For-All for Border Patrol Agents

Uncle Sam is looking for a few good Border Patrol Agents – 5,000 of them, in fact. The Department of Homeland Security is having such a hard time finding enough qualified men and women to do this tough and important job that it recently issued a request for proposals from outside consultants to put together a “hard-hitting recruiting campaign.”

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Jobs Priority for Relocated Military Spouses

Being married to someone serving active duty presents many challenges, from making a home on a military base to moving many times, around the country or around the world. But if your family depends in part on your employment income,

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Federal Employment Programs Offer Enticements to Students and Recent Grads

With an aging workforce and hundreds of thousands of retirements looming, the U.S. Civil Service offers many programs designed to entice Millennials to federal employment, hoping that some recruits will spend their careers working for their country.

Recruitment programs targeting young people are available at hundreds of federal departments and agencies,

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Posted in Blog, Federal Job Search, Federal Resume Writing, Student Internships, USAJOBS, Veteran Federal Jobs


Office of Personnel Management Fair Chance Rule

Jan 3, 2017, The Office of Personnel Management issued a final rule requiring federal agencies to delay checks of job candidates’ criminal and credit records until their employment qualifications have been thoroughly considered.
“Fair-chance hiring policies … are a common-sense way to help formerly incarcerated people re-enter the workforce and contribute to our society.”

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