I have a couple questions about applying to federal positions, specifically DoD postings. Hopefully someone here has actually gone through the process, considering how much you guys love talking about operating.
I am seeing on usajobs that copies of college transcripts need to have the university logo on them. I am assuming this refers to them needing to be at least copies of official transcripts; is that correct? On the unofficial DPR page of my university account the <div> scheme is set up in such a way that the only possibility to get my DPR on the same page as the university logo would be a ghetto as fuck series of screenshots.
Second - I qualify for the position by education and experience. Does anyone know of any pros and cons of using either or both in the application?
Thanks, I'll be lurking.
you won't get the job.
Veterans get all government jobs. Those 200 ATF jobs Obama created are all going to under-qualified ex military neanderthals and jungle bunnies. Join the military before the government shuts down the best welfare program on earth.
You need your official records. Don't overthink this.
Put both education and experience. Why would you not put both? Don't overthink this.
By the way, you sound like a fucktard so I hope you don't get the job.
Due to how biased DoD civilian work is I don't see how it isn't a valid question to ask whether I should present myself as an experienced vet, academic, or both. Also, some DoD positions say official transcripts, some say unofficial printout, and some like the one I am applying to don't specify.
You just seem to be one of those faggots who hates himself and goes into threads specifically to shitpost. How is being that kind of person working out for you?
If the job posting requires a university logo, get an official transcript. Send all applicable education and job experience. If you have the right qualifications, hopefully you'll be considered.
See? You're overthinking it. Present yourself as yourself and you'll be considered for the job if you meet the qualifications. If the job posting doesn't say, just use official transcripts. At least keep an official copy around to scan.
As for how is it working out for me? Pretty comfortable with my government job.
>pass a polygraph test
nigga shits fake. I went to a tour of a police station and asked if they can polygraph me. Asked me do I speed or text and drive or drive angry or tired. Lied through my teeth and shit didn't catch it. Important thing is to keep calm the whole time and relax
Does applying to your job require an undergrad or higher?
How do they determine whether your experience rates being a certain GS? I can't get a straight answer out of the internet about how that whole deal works.
I don't see how it is fake when it does exactly what it was designed to do.
Not him, but I work on DEMO. Straight out of college, an employee with a BS would start at ND-02 (GS 6-8 equiv) and one with a MS/PhD would start at ND-03 (GS 9-11 equiv). Applicable experience can increase your starting rank and/or step for either system. It depends on the management.
>Present yourself as yourself
This is fucking retarded homie. Did you get this info at the brief while you were being separated?
Because it's fucking dumb.
You tailor your resume to the fucking job, you don't just blindly send everything in and hope for the fucking best. Is this your first job since you ETS'd?
When you say management you're talking about the ES or just the GS who is in charge? They determine whether your experience gets you a higher grade or just a step?
Do you have any links I can read? Were you a new grad without a very good resume when you started?
I'm not really sure what I can say regarding managerial structure, and the mil sites are so obtuse its hard to find what is public release.
Try federalsoup.com and you might find something there.
Do you think tailoring your resume involves leaving off education and work experience? Because if you do, you might be dumb as fuck. There is no leaving off education to not seem like a working man, and there is no leaving off work experience to seem like an academic. You start leaving off work history on a government application and see how that goes for you.
Also, never was in the military. I was smarter than that.