Fitting your military career into the Federal job sector
Preparing your military resume for your next career needs to be done in the way that your civilian employer can understand. Because the Federal Government is structured similarly to the military system with understandable career paths, clear-cut rank advancement opportunities with defined salaries per grade (GS Grade levels), you have a statistically better “fit” into that system.
Utilizing the Battlefield Resume Methodology (BRM), you can “zero your weapon” (aka: resume) quickly with already translated competency “templates” to help target your federal job search more effectively. BRM creator Bruce Benedict, a 21-year military veteran then former Government GG15 Hiring Manager, created a unique strategic process to help vets and retiring military get their resumes right without diminishing their talents, training and expertise in translation.
Our Translation Guide is a “short-cut” of sorts. You can take any military position (ex: Commander, S1, S2, S3, S4) and download the pre-written description for your specific specialty into your resume. The descriptions have the civilian language already translated for you. Our resume writers can then tweak your resume to target the specific government job that matches your talents and interests. Coaching, interviewing skills and other career search tactics are part of the operations plan we provide.
Battlefield Resumes caters to the needs of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, the Intelligence Community and other related agencies that advertise on USAJOBS who are familiar with your military expertise and competencies.
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