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The following script accompanies the website presentation Federalizing Your Résumé. This script has been written for local presenters to use in conjunction with the slides on the website. The notes have been added to the website as an additional method of assistance for users who access the presentation online.
Each scripted paragraph explains the slide it accompanies. Slide transitions are matched with the script for clarity. The clean breaks between slide/script paragraphs enhance understanding.
Each scripted paragraph clarifies the slide it accompanies by adding additional information, not by duplicating the information on the slide.
The script uses personal pronouns and assumes a first-person voice to create intimacy, as at the end of the first slide: “Let’s get started . . .”
In the slide, “Be the Applicant: Summary and Objective,” the items listed by the script are illustrated in the same order on the slide.
The style of this script is calm and informative. To see the difference between styles for written text and spoken script, read the script for the third slide, “Federal Application Process: Why Work for the Federal Government?” Now, read the script out loud. What tone, speed, and inflection come most comfortably when reading the script out loud?
Federalizing Your Résumé—Tutorial Script
Writing your résumé to apply to a federal job can be challenging. This tutorial was created to answer your questions regarding federal résumé writing and to assist you in creating a top-notch federal résumé. If needed, you can view the narration script of this tutorial by clicking the “Slide Notes” button on the bottom right of your screen. You may also stop, pause, fast forward or rewind this presentation whenever you’d like, by using the toolbar at the bottom center of your screen. Let’s get started . . .
Goals of This Tutorial
This tutorial will provide an overview of the federal application process, discuss how you can make your résumé rise to the top of the pack, and we will provide you with a few examples of federal résumés.
Federal Application Process: Why Work for the Federal Government?
There are so many reasons you should apply to work for the federal government. Government employees have amazing benefits including great health care plans, good retirement, one of the best 401k plans which is called the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), tuition reimbursement, loan repayment, bonuses, and more. Federal jobs also include family-friendly work policies, on-site day care, and flexible scheduling including telework. Strength in diversity, which creates a strong and committed workforce, is yet another reason to work for the NIH. Finally, one of the most important reasons to apply to the NIH is to be a part of our country and NIH’s mission to extend healthy life and reduce the burdens of illness and disability.
Federal Application Process: Finding Jobs
We’ll start by reviewing the Federal Application Process. NIH hires employees through a variety of mechanisms targeting various types of positions including scientific, executive, administration and many other types of jobs. Not all of these positions can be found on USAJOBS, so the Jobs at NIH website (www.jobs.nih.gov) contains information to assist you finding the position you are looking for. USAJOBS, however, is where most NIH vacancy announcements are posted and USAJOBS’ Studentjobs.gov hosts jobs specifically for students or at the entry levels.
Federal Application Process: Vacancy Announcements
Before you begin writing, building, or updating your federal résumé, you must consider the vacancy announcement to which you are planning to apply. Each vacancy announcement contains information that is critical to the application you submit so it is important that you read the entire announcement before you begin. If you have questions about the position, be sure to contact the HR Specialist listed on the vacancy announcement, and always print a copy of the application for your records.
More information about USAJOBS vacancy announcements can be found in our “How to Apply to the NIH” tutorial on our Jobs website.
Be the Best Applicant: Your Federal Résumé
Now let’s review crafting a résumé to make you stand out of the pack. Unlike in the private sector, you will not want to use a short, generic résumé to apply for a federal position. In a federal résumé, specific information is required, your work experience to the particular job you’re applying for.
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