This book is designed to walk military personnel through their transition to being federal civilian employees. It describes how to develop a network of contacts who can help you find a suitable civilian position and how to translate military experiences into a basic civilian resume. It profiles numerous sites that advertise federal positions and describes how to analyze the announcements to determine the qualifications that they are really looking for. It describes how to apply for federal positions, including submitting resumes electronically and addressing the knowledge, skills, and abilities that the positions ask about specifically. Finally, it provides advice on how to interview for positions and helps applicants to understand the benefits that will be offered with federal civilian jobs. This straightforward guide is an essential for uniformed personnel, but is also tremendously valuable to federal civilian employees who are looking to change jobs.
This book can be found in HECSA Library:
Military to Federal Career Guide: Ten Steps to Transforming your Military Experiences into a Competitive Federal Resume
Kathryn Kraemer Troutman
JK 716 .T76 2006