Federal Career Coaching and Resume Writing to Ensure Your Success
Career Marketing Techniques is current with federal applications and vacancy announcement procedures. We understand the timelines for submitting federal resumes and resumixes, and we write keyword-rich resumes to ensure that you qualify for federal positions. If you need help in this area, we are extremely qualified and offer complete certified federal career coaching and resume writing services.
About Federal Service
The Federal government employs approximately 2.7 million employees (and posts about 20,000 openings on any given day) with a wide array of job titles.
Here are just a few:
Chemist, information technology specialist, finance specialist, veterinarian, clergyman, auditor, operations director, logistics specialist, doctor, nurse, lawyer, biologist, transportation manager, counselor, therapist, curator, Federal Security Director, program or project manager, administrative officer, pilot, government relations advisor, park ranger, police officer, and the list seems nearly endless (if you can imagine the job title or function—the government probably employs it).
Salary & Benefits
The range is from entry level of about $14K a year, to Senior Executive Service, with salary upwards of $160K+. The benefits are excellent and include medical, dental, Thrift Savings, life, a retirement, and plenty of leave time. It also offers flextime and telecommuting in some areas. The employment opportunities are global.
There are more than 2,000 separate job categories at 15 cabinet-level agencies, 20 large, and 80 small agencies. Many Federal agencies fall under umbrella Departments; some names include
About 86% of Federal jobs are located outside of Washington, D.C. and close to 50,000 are stationed abroad. Areas in the USA with the highest numbers of Federal workers include Los Angeles, New York City, Atlanta, Philadelphia, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Oklahoma City, Baltimore, and Norfolk-Virginia Beach.
Special Recruitment Programs:
Example, FedExperience Transitions to Government (Good news for Baby Boomers)