How to Find Work With the Federal Government

How to Find Work With the Federal Government

by Irwing
     
 
How to Find Work With the Federal Government

There is no larger employer in the world than the United States Government. Positions are available on a
near regular basis, despite recent cutbacks. Not only are there opportunities domestically, but employment
outside the United States is a possibility on military bases, overseas embassies and various

Overview

How to Find Work With the Federal Government

There is no larger employer in the world than the United States Government. Positions are available on a
near regular basis, despite recent cutbacks. Not only are there opportunities domestically, but employment
outside the United States is a possibility on military bases, overseas embassies and various departments of
defense and state agencies.
Initial contact to determine types of employment that are open in the various government agencies at any
one time should be made with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) at 1900 E Street, NW, Room
E453, Washington, DC 20415, 1–202–606–2440. Here, you can obtain specific job listings and other
personal information. The Federal Personnel Manual covers all aspects of personnel management within
the federal government structure and is available on a subscription basis.
You will have to become familiar with a whole new employment language. This is the federal
government, after all. A special occupational classification system exists which determines pay and job
grades.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013375246
Publisher:
Caring & Sharing
Publication date:
09/14/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
37
File size:
389 KB

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