Civil Service Resumes
Applying to Federal Civil Service Jobs
Civil Service Resumes: Built to first “civilianize” military language and translate your experience, skills, training, and accomplishments for civilian Human Resources (HR) to understand the value you bring to their organization. We specialize in developing: Military to Civilian Resumes to include Military to Corporate, Military to Government Contractor, and Military to Federal.
- Define Career Goals
- Federal Job Match
- Federal Promotions
- Military To Federal
- Military to Corporate
- Gain Marketing Plan
- Get Hired
There are many reasons why you need a Civil Service resume to apply for a government job. First, how are hiring authorities going to understand all the military language in your job descriptions and accomplishments? Do you think they will understand how important it is to earn a Legion of Merit Award or Achievement Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters? Not likely.Is Your Military to Civil Service Resume Competitive?
In this economy, you need to be prepared to compete. Yes, you need to compete against other personnel transitioning from the military and civilians who know just what to say on their resumes to earn an interview—especially when applying for a federal job.
Did you know that each job posting can generate from 300 to 1,000 resumes? Your resume will either go through an ATS (Automatic Tracking System) or be picked over for first impression to include keywords and specialized experience. You only have one chance to impress, so make it count. You may think this phrase is overused, but it’s true. You’d be surprised how many thousands of resumes we see that are not appealing. You don’t have to figure this out alone; our Master Military Resume Writers are here to help and do all the work to market your skills and help you COMPETE!
As prior military, you have so much value to bring to any civilian workplace. The right words and overall presentation will allow you to get through the gatekeepers. We can help get you there, as 85% of our clients land interviews. We hope you’ll be next!