Federal Resume Guidebook reveals this essential information and much more. Recently, the Hiring Reform Initiative completely changed the federal hiring process. The new edition of this best-selling book explains these new processes and procedures and teaches people how to write winning federal resumes.
Readers learn how to effectively include KSAs in their resume, maximize their resume's presentation in Online Format, and maximize the readability of their USAJOBS federal resume. Readers also gain guidance for analyzing vacancy announcements to pinpoint keywords, mastering the Assessment Questionnaire, and applying for federal jobs. In addition, this book showcases more than a dozen federal resume samples to demonstrate which components stand out best to HR specialists and hiring supervisors.
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About the Author
Internationally recognized as the Federal Resume Guru by federal jobseekers and federal human resources specialists, Troutman created the format and name for the new 'federal resume' that became an accepted standard after the SF 171 form was eliminated in 1995. She is the pioneering designer of the Federal Resume based on her first book, the Federal Resume Guidebook, which already is in the fourth edition.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Strategies for Writing a Winning Federal Resume
Strategy #1 Use the Outline Format 6
Strategy #2 How Many Hats Do You Wear At Work? 26
Strategy #3 Use Keywords to Match the Vacancy Announcement 30
Strategy #4 Tell Your Accomplishment Stories 38
Strategy #5 Acid Your Core Competencies 46
Strategy #6 Edit Carefully 52
Strategy #7 Submit Your Resume in USAJOBS Correctly. 58
Strategy #8 Give Yourself All the Credit that You Can on the Questionnaire 72
Part 2 Special Insights for Specific Jobseekers
Information Technology Specialist 78
Acquisition Professional 106
Management and Program Analyst 118
Career Change Resumes 132
About the Author 153