The New USAJobs.gov: Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of THE Federal Government Job Board

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Presentation delivered by John Allen of the Office of Personnel Management on 12/8/2011 at The George Washington University at the FedCollege recruiting conference co-organized by RECSOLU and CollegeRecruiter.com.

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  • The New USAJobs.gov: Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of THE Federal Government Job Board

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    2. 2. Early Day Web Sites 2
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    5. 5. What is USAJOBS?• Started as a standard centralized job board for Federal job opportunities – Previously applicants had to search more than 450 individual government web sites – Were often challenged by outdated paper and faxed based applications• Enhanced over the years to a applicant-centric job search and apply web site that leverages a new open integration framework to utilize many other tools such as assessments, alternate sourcing, social media, reports and so on. 5
    6. 6. Today 6
    7. 7. Understanding Federal Job Locations• Geographical duty location – Official location (commuting area) of the position as defined on the SF-50 (HR Staffing specialist)• Geographical Area of Consideration – Where applicants must live in order to be considered• Duty Location – Certified area for competitively sourced positions (HR Staffing specialist)• Job Location – Where the Pin appears on a map is where I will be/want to be sitting (Applicant) 7
    8. 8. Scenario 1 – Oklahoma City, OK 8
    9. 9. Scenario 2 – Paris France 9
    10. 10. Scenario 3 – State Department 10
    11. 11. Scenario 4 - Telework 11
    12. 12. Scenario 5 – Location negotiated upon selection 12

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