July 14, 2009 at 1:43 pm #75688
Interesting Numbers and suspect that this list does NOT include all the jobs available in the Federal Work Place…
Office Clerk / Assistant 5915
Administration & Program Staff 4992
Information Technology Management Specialist 4584
Management and Program Analyst 3977
Contract Specialist 3820
Business and Industry Specialist 2687
Human Resources Specialist 2572
Engineer, General 2098
Financial Administrator 2082
Human Resources Assistant 1711
Medical Officer 1683
Budget Analyst 1673
Engineer, Civil 1565
Educational and Training Program Specialist 1490
Social Science Specialist 1455
Training and Education Technician 1391
Biological and Natural Resources 1290
Logistics Management Specialist 1265
for the remainder of the list
July 23, 2009 at 2:37 pm #75694
Henry, do you know of any easier way to get a federal job? My husband has been going through usajobs.gov and hears absolutely nothing back from them.
July 23, 2009 at 2:53 pm #75692
Stephen R. GallisonParticipant
these positions don’t include the Exempt Agencies so only about 70% (my conservative guesstimate) are posted on USAJOBS.
July 23, 2009 at 3:04 pm #75690
There are only a few agencies that I am aware of that don’t list there job openings through USAJOBS.gov (CIA, DNI, are the primary ones). Whenever I have applied for a new opportunity would make sure that I noted/recorded Point of Contact information for whatever job I was applying for, as listed in jobs listing(s), and would follow up a day or two after the announcement closed. This got me somewhat better responses as far as hearing back from the hiring agency.
When I was actively seeking an opportunity, although it has been several years ago, I expected to submit 15 to 20 applications for every interview and expected to do upwards of 10 interviews prior to “connecting” with an opportunity that was a good match for both I and the hiring agency.
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