You are in luck, because here at GovLoop we offer a microsite all about that: Jobs.Govloop.com.
We’ve built it on top of USAJOBS data, mashed it up with LinkedIn, GlassDoor and GovLoop information, and basically tried to provide a new approach to searching for federal jobs (just like Kayak and Hipmunk provide new ways to search for flights).
Searching for federal jobs can be tough, but I think we’ve found an interesting new way
Here are some of the new features:
1) Filter by grade AND promotion potential (find that GS-11 job that goes to a 13).
2) Search by location – both visually with maps and by keywords.
Mike is the winner of this week’s pool with 11 points! Congrats, Mike! Tough week for all of us with a bunch of mostly unforeseen upsets. Kudos to Mike for being the only one to take the Bolts over the Seahawks. Kudos to Bill for being the only one to take Chicago over San Francisco…. Read more »
A new season starts with Tommy winning the week! Congratulations, Tommy for picking 13 winners in 16 games and claiming the prized extra point for victory! The upset wins were the story as Tommy was the ONLY player to pick Buffalo. Only Tommy, Ian, and myself went with Miami over NE. Only Eddie, Ian, and… Read more »
1. What other potential contributors to traffic issues exist? I think the case study provides many issues for the engineers to consider. The only thing I would add is it appears Anycity, USA is instituting European traffic laws (see photo). The left handed exits violating driver expectancy could be causing drivers to weave across… Read more »
Hi Juana! Actually, one way to find other members by location is if you click the city/state/whatever in your own profile and filter by that. Or just search on the members page (put in your city or your zip code in the search bar) — but then you have to set the dropdown to “alphabetical”… Read more »