What we do
Keep it simple
Open doors by showcasing your qualifications and strengths with a keyword-rich resume targeting your goals and employers ready to hire.
As an experienced professional you need a skillfully developed presentation demonstrating both the depth and breadth of your expertise. Your resume must show a core set of professional or technical “hard” skills, an ability to solve problems, and a broader set of administrative and interpersonal “soft” skills. To be portrayed appropriately, you must demonstrate a skill set that will meet new challenges and an ability to be a team player in any type of organization.
Career Advancement: If you are seeking advancement, we will use a Skill Upgrade treatment that will illustrate how your past skills and accomplishments are relevant to a new level of responsibility.
Career Change: Whether you seek to leverage transferable skills from previous jobs or recent education, we will use a Skill Transfer treatment that highlights how your skills are relevant to the career you want now – rather than peg you according to your past history.
A Federal Resume is the primary tool for the first phase of the application process. A well-written Federal Resume will maximize your opportunities by showcasing your appropriate qualifications and achievements. Since mandated changes went into effect, there is a greater focus on a more detailed Federal Resume that addresses core elements relevant to a specific vacancy (or job series). It is important to note that a federal resume must include key details required by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
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.
Military Transition Resumes
If you have completed a military career, you have a unique set of skills and capabilities to offer. Your skills are desirable to a civilian employer if the employer clearly understands how your skills relate to their organization and requirements.
As an experienced professional, you need to be appropriately portrayed as having the skills necessary to meeting new challenges in a civilian environment. Your resume must show that you consistently deliver results in order to create a compelling value proposition. We craft a job-winning resume by converting your military history such as job titles and experience into civilian terminology while showcasing your most relevant skills and achievements