Robin Schlinger will be presenting on Federal Resumes – “Helping Clients Secure a Federal Job” on CEU One Stop – August 18, 2017 and August 25, 2017. If you want a Federal Resume – contact Robin Schlinger at Robin’s Resumes® today to learn from an industry-leading expert.
Now that the election is over and the American people have chosen President Elect Donald Trump, the transition is on. In the next 72 days, President Elect Trump’s team will choose their political employees. This article outlines some information on how to apply and how to get help in developing your application. Note, you do not apply for a job via this website. FederalResumes.net is NOT associated with the Federal government. Per the transition websites, www.greatagain.com (President Elect Donald Trump’s… Read More
The Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) define the competencies to build a Federal corporate culture to drive for results, serve customers and build successful teams and coalitions with and outside the organization. Typically, candidates applying for Senior Executive Service (SES) jobs must address these core competencies in their resumes and in addition through 5 separate ECQ statements (essays). These essays are 1-2 pages each – but they also may be included just in a resume. Note, they must be written powerfully… Read More
Applying for a job with a federal government agency or office is quite different from applying for a job with a private company. The federal resume, in most cases, will be considerably longer than the resume you would send to a private company, in part because of the added information the federal government wants, including detailed contact information for each company you worked for and your supervisors, hours worked each week, and salary. There may also be considerable duplication because… Read More
As a professional resume writer, I am often asked the following questions: Q. Everyone these days knows Microsoft Office. Should I mention Microsoft Office on my resume? A. While Microsoft Office skills are common, some job postings and advertisements specify that the candidate must know Microsoft Office. You should definitely list Microsoft Office when the skill is required and should consider keeping it on your resume just in case. In addition, skill in some Microsoft products (such as Visio, Access,… Read More