Translating your Battlefield Resume into a Civilian Resume
Preparing your military resume for your next job needs to be done in a way that the Federal 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 by using my downloadable bullets to help target your federal resume more effectively. I created the BRM working as a Federal Government GG15 Hiring Manager. The BRM is a unique strategic process to help vets and transitioning military get their resumes right without diminishing their talents, training, and expertise in translation.
My downloadable bullets are a “short-cut” of sorts. You can take any military position (ex: Commander, Platoon Sergeant, Squad Leader, S1, S2, S3, S4, etc.) and download the pre-written bullets and keywords for your specific specialty; then put them into your resume. The bullets have the federal language already translated for you. If you need help, I can coach you on how to target your resume even further to the specific federal government job you want. Coaching, interviewing skills and other career search tactics are part of the operations plan I 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.
Outside of government agencies, you can find the majority of military-friendly jobs within defense contracting work, such as cybersecurity, aerospace, weapons systems, intelligence, and information technology career fields.
Leverage your military expertise to land your next career in the defense contracting sector by using Battlefield Resume Methodology (BRM). This resume short-cut system is as easy as point and shoot, with a bit of refining by our resume writers to keep your momentum strong during your search.
BRM resume bullets is a simple “a la carte” way of building your resume while providing you a short-cut for translating your military experience into a targeted defense contractor resume.
Each download already has pre-written bullets and keywords for you to use, translated for each one of your military positions (Commander, Platoon Sergeant, Squad Leader, S1, S2, S3, S4, etc.). Just download, copy and paste the bullets into your resume, then modify as needed for the posted position you are targeting.
Defense contractors employ a significant number of veterans. Why not put yourself in the best position possible and be hired by your peers?
Load your work experience bullet points into your resume today by downloading the proprietary plug and play methodology. If you need support, contact me, and I can coach you through the process and help you enhance, translate, and showcase your interests and military expertise.
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