Federal Government GS Pay Scale
Federal resume writing book
This workbook gives you a step-by-step method in which to write your own federal resume. This book is designed to provide veterans, as well as non-veterans, a step-by-step resume builder methodology using military strategy.
Find your 4-Digit Federal Job Code (Free)
Unlock the key to obtaining a federal government job. This OPM guide will help you identify the many job types that you qualify for as well as the keywords needed for your resume.
Resume template (Free)
Federal resume bullets.
The below resume builder bullet guides will walk you through the resume builder process while providing you the resume bullets you need to be successful. All you have to do is cut and paste the bullets to your resume; it’s as easy as that.
- Counterintelligence Special Agent
- Director of Operations
- Director of Strategy, Plans, and Programs
- Field Artillery
- Firefighter (FREE)
- Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Collector
- Human Resource (HR) Officer
- Information Security (INFOSEC) Officer
- Intelligence Analyst
- Platoon Sergeant / Platoon Leader
- Project Manager
- Public Affairs Officer
- Squad Leader
- S1 – Personnel Officer
- S2 – Intelligence Officer
- S3 – Operations Officer
- S4 – Logistics Officer
- Training Instructor
Federal resume bullet video tutorial
This video will walk you through the guide and show you what is in each.
Federal resume Assessment Form (Free)
This will help you evaluate your resume and assist you in adjusting (aka: zero) your resume to ensure it is tailored and targeted to the job you want.
Federal resume assessment video tutorial.
Check out this short video tutorial on how to use the resume assessment form above.
Evaluation Criteria (Free)
Learn how GS Grade Levels are evaluated differently (ie. how is a GS12 evaluated differently from a GS11 or GS13)
Competencies for Federal Employment (Free)
Since your resume is evaluated based on the KSAs (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities) listed in the job announcement. And, since KSAs are based on competencies, this guide will help you identify the numerous competencies used in federal job announcements and competency keywords required to be in your resume.
Competencies for Federal Employment (Appendix D to ICD 610) (Free)
This is the appendix of competencies for the above Intelligence Community Directive on Competencies. This document actually lists all competencies and their associated keywords. This is a great document to use when building a resume to ensure you have the required competency keywords in your resume.
Federal Resume Writing online training
This video will walk you through a federal resume via on-demand video training.