Supervisors: Does your resume feature your strengths?
As is true with any resume, it is important to be clear and specific about your most important skills and strengths. If you’re a supervisor, your resume should clearly demonstrate that you possess a supervisory skill-set.
Who are you?
If I told you that I heard of someone who runs about 5 miles a day, you probably wouldn’t be super impressed. But if I told you that this person ran 58,282 miles over the last 31 years, a mile for each of the fallen Vietnam veterans, you would likely look up from your cup of Joe and pay attention.
Getting ready to leave the federal government?
Many senior (and younger) federal employees are now seriously thinking about leaving government to begin their next career and a new life outside of the government. There are plenty of possibilities that you could consider, but make sure you are prepared for the transition with a shorter (two-page) private industry resume targeted toward your next job.