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Mr. Washington has over twenty-five years of management experience. He's also a Certified Federal Trainer with over twenty years of government.......
Mr. Washington has over twenty-five years of management experience. He's also a Certified Federal Trainer with over twenty years of government experience. He's a Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist with over ten years of counseling expertise.
Mr. Washington was the Project Director for Supportive Employment for Mental Heath Association of Tarrant County. This program was responsible for helping people with a disability obtain employment. In addition, Mr. Washington served as Trainer/Mentor for the Dallas VA hospital. In this capacity, he oversaw the regional 17 vista training for all Supportive Employment Job Developers, conducted site visits and program evaluations of all seven VA hospitals, and collaborated with numerous agencies to effectively meet the needs of the community. He was responsible for ensuring compliance with federal regulations, state, and local laws that ensured all veterans and persons with a disability have an opportunity to obtain employment.
Mr. Washington developed and administered a variety of curricula including leadership training, organizational development, employee retention, ex-offender re-entry, time management, job search and employment readiness, business ethics, how to apply for a government job and veteran programs. He conducted training in colleges, government funded agencies, faith-based organizations, private companies, nonprofit agencies, health care institutions, and the VA hospitals. He is also a national and local conference and workshop/seminar speaker.
Mr. Washington specializes in the hiring process for getting a federal government job and provide personal one-on-one training for those who are stuck with some aspect of their job searching.
HOW TO APPLY FOR A GOVERNMENT JOB
As with most jobs, the federal government requires a resume. However, it is much different from what's expected in the private sector. First, it can be anywhere from three to five pages in length. A federal resume must include special keywords and phrases found throughout the vacancy announcement to pass the initial screening process. Although there are similarities, each agency (and often each job announcement) will have specific information required in its own format, as specified in the vacancy announcement. The information below will describe each category on a federal vacancy announcement. You'll need to understand what each category means to be successful in your search.
Many federal jobs open to the public, which means anyone may apply for the job. However, most announcements require American citizenship for basic eligibility. If a vacancy is for Status Candidates only, it's most likely open to federal government employees only and those who have separated within the past three years or who are eligible for ' Preference points. Some positions are restricted to current agency employees only. Read the vacancy announcement carefully to determine eligibility.
Federal jobs usually list a summary and qualifications for the position that must be demonstrated in your work experience. You will be scored according to how your experience match the requirements. The key to successfully submitting an application packet is to highlight the skills in the announcement as it relates to your work history, where appropriate, avoid unnecessary details that might be interesting but do not add value and can distract from more important experience.
The federal government uses grade-and pay-level structures such as Schedule (GS) and Wage grade (WG) system to identify positions, pay, and seniority. Most announcements require at least one year of experience at the next lowest level, although education can sometimes substitute for this requirement.
Specific instructions on preview questions will be listed in the announcement, but these can be confusing, especially in some of the systems. Read this information carefully, as some requirements can be very specific. Some statements are entered into an Online field, while others must be uploaded as a separate document. Any deviation in required format can result in a rejection of the entire process.
Workshops are designed for any individual interested in obtaining a government job or any other employment.
How to apply for a federal government job.
9am - 2pm
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Arlington, TX 76017
Workshop $150. Federal Resume $150
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3 HOURS STEP-BY-STEP
HELPING ALL VETERANS
Three hours step-by-step of walking each applicant through the federal employment application process. This training help with creating qualifying resumes, applications, and answering preview questions or occupational questionnaire that demonstrate an applicant's ability to perform the job.
Our purpose is to remove or address barriers when applying for employment with the federal government.
The program is directed toward helping all veterans whether they are: returning veterans, disable veterans, dependents of veterans, and persons with low to no income, underemployed, or homeless by providing on-going support and empowerment.
Our clients are getting HIRED, Interviewed, referred, and best qualified.
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