Government Jobs

Federal jobs are listed by Federal Government agencies in vacancy announcements published in various journals, web sites, directories, databases, mailing lists and hotlines.

Each Federal job vacancy should include;

   the announcement number
   the description of the position
   the requirements
   the deadline to apply
   the series/grade
   the salary range
   the promotion potential
   the basis for rating
   application guidelines such as format (OF 612, resume, etc..), resume guidelines and
   KSA questions.

The Federal Government hiring process being pretty strict, not respecting the rules and deadlines listed in the vacancy will get you irremediably disqualified, even if you are the most qualified candidate.

Federal Job Sites

While it is recommended to check government agencies' websites for more information, here are a few sites that list vacancies for Federal jobs:

   USAJobs
   FedWorld
   America's Job Bank
   NTIS
   StudentJobs

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