The Difference Between KSA's and ECQ's

by fred 8. February 2010
Most people do not know the difference between KSA's and an ECQ's.  KSA  essays are usually mandatory when it comes to applying to most government positions. Submitted along your government resume...View Full Post...

Useful SES job and resume links

by fred 3. December 2009

Here are a few links that you might find helpful, whether it's about looking and applying for SES jobs or writing your SES resume:

 

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About GS 16 to 18

by fred 7. April 2009
A few readers who were checking out the government schedule were looking for the GS-16, GS-17 or GS-18 levels without being able to find them so I wanted to quickly clairify that point. GS-16, GS-17 or GS-18 are...View Full Post...

What is an ECQ ?

by carlos 8. September 2008

  When you apply for a job with the federal government – particularly when submitting a Senior Executive Service (SES) application – you may be required to answer Executive Core Qualification

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The Fastest Way to Lose a Federal Job!

by carlos 28. May 2008

What is the fastest way to lose a Federal Job ? Well it is to never get hired! 

What is the fastest way to make sure you never get hired?

Use a Resume Template or so...

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Federal Resume Writing "101"

by carlos 22. May 2008

If you want to get a government job, you need an Outstanding Federal Resume. A federal resume is very different from traditional resumes, so you need to make sure you are aware of the rules and...

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The Best Professional Ksa Writing

by carlos 27. February 2008

The best professional ksa writing is the writing that communicates your story clearly to the reader. As a Ksa writer you need skill and talent, true, but...

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SES Resume and the ECQ

by carlos 14. February 2008

 

What is the ECQ portion of the SES Resume? You will mostly hear it referred to as a narrative statement (an essay) .

The purpose is to clearly show your qualifications...

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The Federal Government Has Jobs Now

by carlos 4. February 2008

According to an article by Helen Dennis published in the Daily Breeze Newspaper in Torrance Ca.

"In the next five years, approximately 530,000 full-time permanent employees will leave the federal government."

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Your Federal Resume and Details

by carlos 23. January 2008

The Federal Resume if anything is a detail heavy document. It must contain data far in excess to what is normally included on a typical Civilian Resume.

Why?

The difference...

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