Federal Government Job Employment Resumes, Resumix, and KSAs

Federal Employment Resumes

Open Federal Positions: Currently, there are thousands of open positions. These positions are for all federal job and Civil Service career fields, including Homeland Security, administration, human resources, TSA, CIA, FBI, IT, and medical fields. The positions are located throughout the United States and worldwide.


Apply for Federal Jobs: However, applying for a federal job position is more difficult than applying for a regular civilian position. Each federal government position has its own unique requirements, including who can apply, when you can apply, and the required documentation to apply. These requirements can be very confusing—and if you do not follow the requirements, you will not get the interview or the job.


ArmyResumes.com can help you through this process. Call us today at (800) 471-9201 for a free consultation.


Federal Resume: Typically, a requirement for a federal job is a resume. This resume is different from a civilian resume. The federal resume—whether it is an OF-612 or SF-171 replacement or a resumix format—contains more information than a civilian resume. It is in a specific format, as specified by the federal government. It needs to include the keywords required for the job(s) for which you are applying. It also needs to be complete, with information not typically found on a civilian resume, including Social Security Numbers, full addresses of previous employers, supervisor names and phone numbers, and detailed listing of education and training. In addition, the Army Resumix, Navy Resumix, and Air Force Resumix formats are very specific, in terms of both actual format and document length. Some federal positions require online applications. Our online resume experts can help you with these applications and can work with you one-on-one.


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How We Work With You:


The Five Steps:


Step 1: The first step to have us prepare your military transition resume, federal government resume, resumix, KSAs, or essay questions and/or prepare you for online posting is to request a free quick quote. Submit your resume and federal job vacancy announcement for a free review and quote. Contact us at (800) 471-9201 for a free consultation.

 

Step 2: Our review will help us determine and address what we need to do to prepare your federal resume package. At no cost to you, we will review your existing resume and up to two positions you have identified in the federal government or private/public sector that you are considering.

 

Step 3: Based on our free review of your background, previously prepared documents, and requirements for the position for which you are applying, we will propose the appropriate type of federal resume or resumix to prepare, determine if there are required KSAs or essay questions, and determine if you are indeed eligible to apply for the federal job vacancies you have selected. You will be quoted a package price via e-mail or through a telephone consultation.

 

Step 4: When we begin the development of your federal application, we will use the information you supplied us and request additional information such as performance evaluations, awards, college transcripts, and DD-214s, and then develop a questionnaire specifically related to extracting pertinent information in order for us to achieve maximum scoring of keywords and core competencies. Your information will then be integrated with the general series and grade, or pay band of the federal application.

 

Step 5: Your project delivery date will be scheduled and a draft of your federal application will be delivered to you via e-mail for your final approval. You will have 14 days to make any changes, additions, deletions, etc. to make your application perfect.


Documents and/or information that is helpful to submit:


1. Copies of your annual performance evaluations and job descriptions
2. Copies of any awards, citations, and medals you have received
3. List of professional training received
4. Current or older version of your resume
5. If retired or separated from the military, a copy of your DD-214
6. Up to two federal vacancy announcements of interest and/or two private-sector job announcements of interest to you
7. Your current e-mail address and telephone number(s). Please visit www.usajobs.opm.gov to locate federal jobs of interest

 

These documents can be sent directly to your career coach at ArmyResumes.com after you have made contact.

Call us at (800) 471-9201 today to start the next step in your career.


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