Federal Jobs Workshop in Falls Church

November 29, 2010 at 3:03 pm Leave a comment

Young Professional Wheelchair UserThe Obama Administration is hiring for over 600,000 positions over the next three years.  Would you like to be selected for one of these positions? 

Learn from a former GS-15 HR Manager from the Office of Personnel Management about the Federal application process and understand how to create Federal application materials that will set you apart from the competition. 


  **IMPORTANT Disclaimer: This Seminar is provided FREE of charge.  Any additional services are provided for a fee.  Please see website  ( www.FederalJobResults.com) for service prices.

 Wednesday, December 8th, 2010
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
Falls Church SkillSource Center
6245 Leesburg Pike, Suite 330
Falls Church, VA 22044

ADDITIONAL UPCOMING DATES: See www.FederalJobResults.com

DIRECTIONS: (703) 533-5400

Corliss Jackson, MPA and former GS-15 Federal Government HR Manager, is an expert on the Federal Government’s hiring process.  She and her staff provide individual guidance to job seekers around the world and deliver global trainings on how to “Crack the Code” of the Federal hiring process. 


 … I am now VERY confident in applying for Federal positions!

 … extraordinary talent for digging into your history to create descriptive hiring assets!

 … FJR helped me with my resume and KSAs and I was referred for all seven positions we applied for.

Credit to myskillsource.org 


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