Tag: Resume

Getting into the SES: Do You Have What it Takes?

December 5, 2009 7:03 AM

Senior Executive Service (SES) jobs are highly sought after positions in the federal government. What are the requirements necessary to obtain an SES position?

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Use the Proper KSA Format To Improve Your Chances of Obtaining the Federal Job You Want

July 2, 2009 7:34 AM

The last thing you want to have happen is spending all day on your KSA responses, only to find you submitted them in the wrong format and that they didn’t even get reviewed. Here are suggestion to improve your prospects of obtaining the job you want.

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Getting the Most Out of Government Employment

June 20, 2009 2:36 PM

Getting the most out of your government career is not unlike any other career; you simply need to know what to do and where to look for any answers you seek.

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Writing an Effective SES Resume

August 24, 2008 1:20 PM

Writing your Senior Executive Service resume will probably be the trickiest one you have ever written. Here are practical tips that may help you in securing one of the most elite and competitive jobs in the country.

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Writing Effective ECQ Statements

April 3, 2008 7:07 AM

If you want to get into the Senior Executive Service, you will need the right combination of experience, confidence, and writing skill. This article will explain how to make your Executive Core Qualifications (ECQ) statements will stand out.

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Successfully Writing a Federal Resume

March 13, 2007 7:32 AM

Applying for a vacancy in the federal government is considerably different than in a private company. If you are applying for jobs in the federal government and the private sector, a successful applicant must know the difference. A federal resume is a resume formatted to meet the needs of federal job openings. When applying for a federal job, more information is required. A “federal resume” is formatted to highlight this specialized information.

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