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PMF alumni - do you have any tips you learned the hard way to add to Andy's for the incoming PMF applicants? http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/7-suggestions-for-successfull...
I'm digging Amy's new post - Staying Healthy in the Workplace - How to Eat Healthy - http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/staying-healthy-in-the-workpl...
Who are the most famous and/or successful PMFs? Ressler asked the question awhile back, but I wanted to resurface it. We're hoping to reach out to a few folks for interviews about their experiences.
You are invited to the Salute to the Next Generation forum, part of Public Service Recognition Week. We're looking for current and former PMFs to offer "pop up" comments, to offer recommendations for agencies as they design their Pathways Programs.
It's next Wednesday, May 2, 4-6pm, in the GWU Media and Public Affairs Building - Morton Auditorium (805 21st St NW, at H St).
Good post by Andy on "Want to join the SES...Keep reading"http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/want-to-join-the-ses-keep-rea...
First of all, congratulations on your selection. I was a 2008 PMF and I am also in Texas. I will tell you that, from my perspective, the opportunities seem to be quite a bit less outside of Washington. Nevertheless, the first thing you should do if you haven't already is find out who the FDA PMF coordinator is and contact that person. You should be able to find this out on the PMF website. Let him/her know that you are interested and what you are willing to accept as far as job or location. I believe you have until the next application period to try to find a placement (if things haven't changed in the past few years). You should also decide what other agencies interest you and contact those PMF coordinators as well. Let them know you are interested in positions in Texas. You can also search USAJobs for open positions in Texas and contact the POCs for those announcements. There are lots of gov jobs out there so I am confident that you will find one if you put in the effort. Best of luck.
Greetings fellow PMFers, working for OPMs Federal Management Leadership Institute, I get a number of questions about recommended training that helps fulfill the required 160 hours.
I'd like to point you to OPMs Leadership, Education and Development (LEAD) certificate program (https://www.leadership.opm.gov/certificates/LEAD/index.aspx). The certificate outlines a short list of development programs meant to develop your competencies at a given level of leadership (team lead, supervisor, manager, executive). The certificates map to OPMs Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) and are recongized across the Federal Enterprise.
Since your agency has committed to providing you with 160 hours of training over two years, you might be well advised to register for training that is fungible and that helps you set your career path towards executive opportunities.
From the PMF Facebook page:
OPM's Student Programs/PMF office is seeking PMFs for developmental rotations to assist with implementation of the new Pathways regulations. The individual will be responsible for coordinating the actions of the Pathways Advisory Council and development of tools for implementation. Individuals should have good organizational and communication skills. A background in Student Programs and public policy is desirable for the Student Programs rotation. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, email Pathways@opm.gov your resume.
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