Professional Federal Resume Writing Service
Professional Federal Resume Writing Service

Federal Resumes

Your federal resume can be your most powerful tool for showcasing the value you offer to potential employers. We help you make it EASY to get hired!

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The Power of a Professional Federal Resume

We can produce federal resumes that are free of military jargon and include key information such as responses to KSAs. We’ll also help you prepare a resume that is compatible with USAJOBS.

Narrative statements such as Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs), Mandatory Technical Qualifications (MTQs), and Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) typically address key qualifications relevant to a specific vacancy or job series.

Executive roles will generally require ECQs and MTQs with your applications; other vacancies will generally request narratives in subsequent stages of the hiring process. Your responses to these questions are graded and can be critical to the success of your federal application.

A standard resume won’t cut it when applying to a job in the federal field.

Certain government resources offer specific templates to use during the application process for a federal job. If you deviate from these templates, you risk losing out to a candidate who applied properly. Not to mention, the process itself is pretty complex.

Many career coaches recommend having a professional resume writer create the documents for you, as they stay up to date with training regarding the federal job application process. So, simplify your job search and ensure that every application you submit counts, with a professionally written resume optimized for the federal position you are targeting.

How It Works

We know how to read and translate Federal vacancy announcements. We develop and articulate individual government resume packages, complete with appropriate keywords, focusing on your key strengths, core competencies, and major accomplishments, to meet the criteria of open announcements – strongly qualifying you against established ranking factors.

Applications range from hard-copy, full blown multipage resumes with Federal elements (supervisor’s name and phone); to short, 3,000 characters per job entry or 20,000 characters per resume (including Federal elements).

Comprehensively convey the value you can bring to a government agency, with a professionally written federal resume.

Robust, keyword-rich selection of your unique top achievements

Compliance with the core elements required by many government agencies

Optimization within the standards of category ranking

Compatibility with USAJOBS.COM

We can compose the following documents for you:

Federally Formatted Resume (hard copy / presentation style | GS-2 to GS-15 and NSPS Pay Bands: Standard: YA, YB, YC, YP; Scientific & Engineering: YD, YE, YF; Medical: YG, YH, YI, YJ; Investigative & Protective: YK, YL, YM, YN)

USAJOBS.OPM.GOV (3,000 characters per employment section now used by several Federal Agencies including the Air Force)

Army Resumix (CPOL | 12,000 characters for the employment section)

Navy Resumix (7,500 characters per employment section)

DLA, DIA, FBI, CIA, and other specific agency Resumixes (character lengths per individual agency instructions)

KSAs and other narrative essay statements (between 1,500 characters to 8,000 characters per essay)

Senior Executive Service (SES)

Professional Federal Resume Writing Service

Why Hire Us To Do Your Federal Resume?

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We are owned by a 100% total and permanently service disabled veteran

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More than 2,000 SES applications developed

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 99.7% customer satisfaction ratio & 93% of our clients invited to interview

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Certified and award-winning writers and career advisors

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More than 100,000 clients have used our services

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Subject matter experts in navigating the federal hiring system

Federal Resume Packages

We create a federal resume that brings your qualifications to life and shows that you are a perfect fit for the job, we demonstrate how your skills, experience, training and education match the employer’s needs.

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Our Process - The ResumeYourWay Standard!

Prepare

Chronological resumes list work experience according to date, with the current job appearing first. Chronological resumes work well if your career has been progressive and you plan to continue in the same line of work.

Tailor

One size never fits all. We tailor your resume to the position’s requirements. Study the job opportunity announcement and emphasize the parts of your work history that match the qualification requirements listed there. We will portray your knowledge and skills as a match to the requirements of the position and demonstrate the ability to do the job by include your results, achievements, and accomplishments. we will minimize the use of technical jargon or specialized terminology (e.g., military abbreviations) in your resume.

Format

Resumes are generally presented in one of three formats: chronological, functional or a combination of both. Which format you choose will depend, in part, on the type of work you have performed and whether or not you are going to continue in the same field.

  • Chronological resumes list work experience according to date, with the current job appearing first. Chronological resumes work well if your career has been progressive and you plan to continue in the same line of work.
     

  • Functional resumes are organized by the skills you have used on the job. Functional resumes work well if you are contemplating a new career, do not have a lengthy work history, or have held a number of different positions because they sell your abilities based on the skills you have acquired throughout your career. Be sure to include relevant volunteer experience.
     

  • Combination resumes both describe your work experience and highlight your skills. Combination resumes usually provide the most comprehensive overview of your career.

Content

Unlike resumes used in the private sector, federal resumes require additional information. For each past job, we give the standard information found in most resumes and in addition, we will include the following in your federal resume:

  • Job announcement number, job title, and job grade of the job for which you are applying.
     

  • Your full name, mailing address, day and evening phone numbers and home e-mail.
     

  • Country of citizenship, if different from U.S.
     

  • Special Hiring Authorities.
     

  • Veterans
    We will ensure that you attach or upload supporting documentation (e.g., DD214 or Statement of Service if still on Active Duty; SF-15, Application for 10-point preference; and Disability Rating Letter of 30% or more from the VA, if applicable).
     

  • Peace Corps / AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteers
    If you are a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, you will need to provide your Description of Service (DOS) to claim non-competitive eligibility for federal jobs. AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers need to provide a copy of your Service Letter to apply for non-competitive positions.
     

  • Persons with Disabilities (Schedule A)
    To verify eligibility for employment under the Schedule A hiring authority, you must provide proof of disability issued by a licensed medical professions, a licensed vocational rehabilitation specialist, or any federal agency, state agency, or an agency of the District of Columbia, or U.S. territory that issues or provides disability benefits. 
     

  • Education
    We will include: college name, city, state, zip code, majors, type and year of degrees held or number of semester hours completed, and high school name, city, state, zip code, and date of your diploma or GED, if requested.
     

  • Veterans
    Keep in mind that your military training may count towards qualifications. We will use your Verification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) document (DD Form 2586) to document your training and education.
     

  • Work Experience
    We will include all relevant experience. It is common for federal resumes to be longer than average, so do not cut out important details to try to fit your resume to one to two pages. A good federal resume should clearly outline your key work, volunteer experiences, academic accomplishments as well as extra-curricular activities. It should also highlight the unique skills that set you apart and make you uniquely qualified for the position.
     

  • We will sudy the job opportunity announcement and emphasize the parts of your work history that match the qualifications listed there. Remember, human resources specialists might not be familiar with your career field. To help them understand how your experience matches what is required for the vacant position, we make sure to describe your experience in laymen’s terms. Most importantly, we will describe job duties and accomplishments in a way that demonstrates how you are qualified.
     

  • Current job-related certificates and licenses.
     

  • Job-related honors, awards, special accomplishments, leadership activities, memberships, or publications.

Appearance

Once we have spell checked your resume, we take a good look at its overall appearance to make sure it is appealing and easy to read, there is enough white space, the margins are appropriate and the headings, font and formatting style been used effectively. We know that your resume is an employer's first impression of you. We make sure it makes the best one possible.

Book A Free Consultation For The Following Reasons:

Focusing Your Federal Resumix:

During your free consultation you will learn how to target your Federal Resumex to an occupational series and grade that will match your specific skill sets and experiences. With this information on how to strategically target career relevant positions, you will be better positioned for success in your federal job search.

Being Comprehensive:

This free consultation will show you how our Federal Career Advisors and Writers can help you craft a Federal Resumix package enriched with strategic keywords that will highlight your core competencies for targeted federal positions. A resumix developed in this manner will show Federal HR officials that you are indeed highly qualified for the positions you apply to and will lead to more interviews.

Addressing the Questionnaire

For specific federal vacancy announcement, this consultation will demonstrate how our Federal Career Advisors and Writers can develop a Federal Resumix that incorporate all of your specialized experiences and skills that are asked for in the announcement and its associated questionnaire. Addressing this specialized experience will show federal HR officials that you are a better fit for the position than your completion.