Many Federal Agencies Offer Jobs Fighting Terrorism

Especially in these times, legions of American civilians feel called to join the battle against terrorism, international and domestic. For those so motivated, there are hundreds of federal agencies and departments offering jobs in many occupational fields that contribute to the United States’ vast counterterrorism efforts. Demand for skilled professionals is high and help is available for candidates who choose to undertake the government’s exacting and exhaustive application processes.
Which agencies and departments offer these jobs?
A broad range of federal units employ civilians to battle ISIL and many other terrorist groups. Among the hiring entities: the departments of Defense, Army, and Air Force; the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement unit; the National Reconnaissance Office; the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency; the National Counterterrorism Center; and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

You Don’t Need A College Degree To Qualify For An Administrative Job

Our client, a GS-7 for several years, was interested in applying for a federal government position as a GS-0301-09. Group 0300 is reserved for Administrative Management series positions. She contacted The Resume Place because the language in the Qualifications portion of the Announcement confused her. Her concern was that she didn’t have a degree.
The Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) qualification standards for Group 0300 positions permit qualification on the basis of education/training, or experience, or a combination of the two. Many applicants for these positions are unaware that their experience may convert in whole or in part for education.

Congratulations! You’ve Gotten Your Degree – Have You Considered A Federal Job?

The government is hiring New Grads and Interns! Many college students list the US government as one of their top targeted employers. Read about the Best Places to Work in Government.
Here are a few tips that you’ll need to know for your Federal job search and information that can be found in the Student’s Federal Career Guide, 3rd Edition:
Tip #1: Learn how to search for PATHWAYS internships on
Tip #2: Learn how to find the KEYWORDS for your federal resume.