Earlier this month I presented…in a rare animated form, I must add…a webinar titled, “Navigating the Federal Hiring Landscape (Part 2),” which presented a handful of techniques to improve the federal job search experience for individuals looking at a potential career in public service.
Join Alex Harrington, a federal hiring manager and credentialed career coach with the National Career Development Association and Center for Credentialing & Education, as he helps you effectively navigate the federal hiring landscape, especially during this national emergency as the U.S. fights against the coronavirus pandemic.
Editor’s note: This article first appeared in Government Executive on February 18, 2016, by author Dannielle Blumenthal, Ph.D. Reposted permitted by the author. Copyright 2016 Dannielle Blumenthal, Ph.D. The opinions expressed are her own, and the content of this post is not intended to represent any federal agency or the government as a whole. Original article located here.
Editor’s note: There are many career opportunities within the Federal government, and as a job seeker, you cannot take a … “I will just apply for any type of job in the government” … approach. In this blog series, “Navigating the Federal Hiring Landscape,” I write about the importance of identifying those career fields that are of interest to you, determining if your experience meets the basic qualifications of those targeted careers, and building and leveraging your network.