Ksa's Your Secret Weapon to a Federal Job

by carlos 12. November 2007

Are KSA's Important to the Federal hiring process?

Are they important to your federal job search?

The answer is most definitely...Yes !

Your KSA’s are used to isolate the best candidates from the pool of applicants.

To be successful you have to write the KSA's in the first person, and use the Challenge, Conflict, Action and Result format...Usually there are a minimum of three KSA questions...but there can be up to...10 or more depending on the vacancy announcement.

KSA's are rated on a points system--from 1 to 10.

Are they important?  Do the math, 10 questions at 10 points each can add up to a whole lot of "You're Hired!"

Your KSA's should shine a spotlight on you and why you are the best person for the position.

I am a firm believer in having your KSA's done professionally. They are much too important to leave to chance.

Only bad gamblers will risk everything on a hope! The good ones only bet on a sure thing.

Go for it! Work your hardest to get that Federal Government job, it will payoff in the long run.  Just don't cut corners in the process, unless of course you really don't care.




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