Do you feel overwhelmed
by the Federal job hunting process? Have you submitted
multiple resumes, only to get a notice stating that you were
"not referred to the selecting official" or "you did
not meet the basic qualifications for this job"? Like a
lot of federal job-hunters, do you think the system is 'fixed' and
that no matter how qualified you are, you won't get hired because
you don't have the inside track on these jobs?
If you answered yes to
these questions, we understand your frustration. However,
based on our years of experience counseling job-hunters, the main
reason applicants are not getting the job is because they don't have
a comprehensive application package, they don't meet the area of
consideration for jobs that are restricted to: current or former
federal employees; veterans; students; ICTAP/CTAP; etc., or they
didn't follow the application instructions carefully and omitted
pertinent application information.
While the government's stated goal is to make the federal application process friendlier and easier for applicants, the fact is: you're the one who is the petitioner, the one who is asking for something from the other party. In other words, the government agency has something you want...a job...so you must be the one to make the greater effort.
How well you understand
the system, and portray yourself and your previous work experience is a critically important factor in a successful job search.
There are so many components to the federal job search process, that
even the most educated individual can get lost in the maze. That is why our Federal
Counselors stand ready to help you make that "highly qualified" list and subsequently, get called in for the job
Package w/Resume Critique: $120
we receive your order, a Federal Career Counselor will call
you within 1 business day to schedule your one-hour consultation.
Are you ready to invest
in your future? Here are the topics that we will cover during
your one-hour consultation:
Method: On-line, Paper, Email, or Fax
Application Systems: Are they Question-based or
Required: Supplemental Forms, SF-50, DD-214, Transcripts,
Information: Will your resume pass the first test?
Length of Resume:
Is there a one-size fits all resume?
are they and who has to respond to them?
are they and how do I find them?
Potential: What is the job's growth potential?
Principles: What agencies are governed by these laws?
Authorities: Veterans Preference; Persons with Disabilities,
The Rating &
Ranking Method: Rule of Three or Categorical Rating
Standards: What jobs do you qualify for?
How do you determine the appropriate pay grade/level?
Experience: What do they mean by this statement?
Prior to the one-hour
consultation, we'll request that you email us your current resume in
which we will perform a 12-point critique based on the
The Results: You
will gain in-depth knowledge of the federal hiring process, trim
months off your federal job search, and gain employment faster...and
often at a higher rate of pay than you expected.
occupation, pay level, or federal experience, our clients have one
thing in common...they needed help navigating the complex federal
employment system. They needed someone to help them develop a
strategic plan that would enable them to focus on applying for jobs
that would result in a rating of 'highly qualified', and that's
exactly what we do. We point our clients in the right
direction...we draw a map that will help you reach your destination
in the quickest way possible...and we help you avoid unnecessary
roadblocks along the way.
Don't miss another job
opportunity or spend hours applying for a job where you won't
receive a 'highly qualified' rating.
Are you interested in
our basic consultation session? Click
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Here's what some of our
clients had to say about our service:
cannot thank you enough for the extra-ordinary service I
have experienced working with FRS. Applying for federal jobs
can be a nightmare (preparing resumes, KSAs and the
application process) if one does not have the value added
service and guidance that is provided by FRS.
You have done an amazing
job, thank you and I'm very glad that I had you work on my
New York NY
I like the final
product. Thank you for the time and attention that you
have given this resume. I appreciate your service.
You are doing a great job and a service to us Federal employee's. The new Fed agencies like TSA & DHS are going to be using your services a lot. I have been spreading the word about your organization as I have been moving around the country working for TSA. Keep up the good work.
S. R. N, HR Specialist, TSA-Manchester
Yes! I did get the position I wanted at a GS-7 rate. They wanted me to work full-time, but what I really wanted to do was work part-time and go to school using my GI Bill. Well, the resume you wrote was so strong that they changed the whole position to part-time so they could hire me! Thanks a lot for all your help!
N. M. San Francisco, CA