Federal hiring regulations require most federal job openings to be advertised and filled through open competitions. But some job openings—and no one knows how many—are secretly targeted for a preselected applicant and are only advertised to mimic adherence to regulations.
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GovLoop’s top tips for creating a rock star government resume that will get you noticed by the agency of your choice.
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Tips for creating a targeted, reader-friendly impressive application for federal jobs.
Whether you’re looking for a new challenge, feel that you aren’t being put to good use in your current agency, or just want a change of scenery, there are a number of options available to you as a federal employee when you are job hunting. Here are eight tips to get you started
Feds face constant change, including big changes in chains of command and our agencies’ goals and priorities. In the face of change, my best advice is to maintain a sense of pride in your work, keep things in perspective, and find ways to support your colleagues and ask for their support in return. Here are… Read more »
The three red flags interviewees should pay attention to when interviewing for a federal job.
Applying to a federal job is far different than applying to your run-of-the-mill private sector position. You will be asked for far greater detail on your skills, abilities, and experience. You’ll likely endure a lengthy wait time after applying to hear if you’re being considered. And when you get started on your search, it mightRead… Read more »
Each week I pick the top 10 federal job openings by category (from project management to $100k jobs). Here’s my overall top 10 picks (1 job per our 10 categories ) 1. Deputy State Director for Resources, GS-0340-14/15 / Anchorage, Alaska / Department Of The Interior, Bureau of Land Management / GS-14-15 / Potential-15 /Read… Read more »