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Posted July 1, 2011 | comments Leave a comment

You and the federal government

If you would like to work for the federal government you may want to become familiar with the federal jobs hiring process.

July 11, 2011 from 10 - noon, Cynthia F. Butler, Senior Human Capital Strategist from the Assistant Secretary Office of Management, will answer the most frequently asked questions concerning federal employment. Ms. Butler brings almost 30 years of federal experience in human resources, strategic planning and professional coaching to this effort. She has worked in the Departments of Navy, Justice, Homeland Security and now Education.

The federal government employs millions of people across the country in a wide range of positions and professions. However, getting a job with the federal government brings some challenges. Knowing the pros and cons of working for the government, as well as some tips regarding the application process, can help you decide whether this is a career you wish to pursue and how to go about it.

Before pursuing a job with the federal government, learn as much as you can about the agency, the position, and the environment in which you'll be working.

SPACE IS LIMITED - RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
For more information and to reserve a space call: 540-535-2874

Location of the seminar is:

The Virginia Employment Commission
100 Premier Place
Winchester Virginia 22602


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