Creating Saved Jobs on USAJOBS

Creating Saved Jobs on USAJOBS

Introduction This guide is designed to help people who may not be familiar with saved searches, notifications, and announcements on the USAJOBS website. It contains detailed information intended to walk you through some of the processes mentioned above. USAJOBS is the...
Enhancing Your Job Experience

Enhancing Your Job Experience

To know how to make your resume stand out, sometimes you need to think like an employer. In this third and final of a series of posts dedicated to crafting your resume, Human Resources explains how to word and format your job experience and accomplishments. As with...
General Schedule Pay Scale

General Schedule Pay Scale

The General Schedule is a pay scale for federal employees who work for the United States government in civil service roles. The General Schedule has 15 grades. The General Schedule begins with GS-1, which is the lowest grade, and ends with GS-15, the highest...
Resume Appearance

Resume Appearance

You have all these great experiences and skills, and you want to make them stand out. How? In this second of a series of posts dedicated to crafting your resume, Human Resources explains how to best design your resume to appeal to hiring managers. As with all our...
Focusing Your Resume

Focusing Your Resume

In this first of series of posts all about improving your resume, Human Resources provides some information on how to best organize your resume to appeal to hiring managers. Find out how to make your job application stand out from the crowd with these handy tips on...
Federal Resume Writing Tips

Federal Resume Writing Tips

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) offered a webinar on “Writing an Effective Federal Resume.” Based on that webinar, I’ve compiled a few tips that will help you write your federal resume.  Why a Federal Resume? A resume is used as your federal application...