Archive for the ‘Resumix’ Category

The Difference Between an Air Force and a Navy Resume Format

Monday, August 18th, 2008

What is the different between an Air Force and a Navy resume format? Both types of resumes use the Resumix resume format, a specialized type of Federal resume that adheres to strict standards set forth by the organization that does the screening and hiring of candidates. Both ...

Federal Government Resumes: How to Stand Out in the Crowd

Monday, August 4th, 2008

When it comes to federal resume writing, make sure your resume stands out far above the rest. Harnessing your potential and finding your angle is the number one priority in successful federal resume writing. You need to utilize federal government resumes to sell yourself to the hiring manager.What makes you better ...

Understanding the Various Resumix Resume Formats: A Brief Overview of the NAVY Resume

Thursday, November 8th, 2007

Preparing a resume for a Federal position is much different than putting together a resume for a job in the private sector.  The Federal government has specifications with regard to applying that need to be following or your application will be dismissed.  The online Resumix resume submission system will reject ...

Understanding the Various Resumix Resume Formats: A Brief Overview of the AIR FORCE Resume

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007

When you are applying for a coveted Federal position, each online application format has different requirements for the number of characters allowed, the length and the number of jobs you can describe.  It is essential to use the proper format to apply for a Federal job or your resume may ...

A Reader Asks: Do I Need a Federal Resume to Apply to the US Navy?

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

Q.  Do I need a Federal resume to apply to the U.S. Navy?A.  Just like any other position with the Federal government, you are required to prepare a specialized Federal resume to apply to the U.S. Navy.  The Navy Resumix resume format must be followed when you are applying for Navy job ...

Character Limits for a RESUMIX Federal Resumes

Wednesday, August 15th, 2007

You may be aware that there are content considerations for federal resumes but did you know that there are also character limits?  If you are applying for a coveted federal position through any of the Department of Defense (DOD) agencies, there are RESUMIX federal resume requirements for the number of ...

Navigating the Army Resume Application: What You Should Know

Friday, June 22nd, 2007

When you first go to the Army Resume Application site where résumé builder allows you to create or submit a resume there is a training module. This can be accessed in an MS Word version to read, or an online video can be watched providing detailed instructions. The site is ...

Federal Resume for Army Jobs: Resumix Restricts Characters in Employment Section (Make Sure Yours Includes the Most Critical Job Functions)

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

Federal resumes for jobs with the Department of the Army use a format they call Resumix, which has length limits many will find unusual.  Character restrictions in the employment section, rather than a page length limit or number of words limit.  It is extremely important that the applicant adhere to ...

The Difference Between an Air Force and a Navy Resume Format

Tuesday, May 1st, 2007

What is the different between an Air Force and a Navy resume format?  Both types of resumes use the Resumix format, a specialized type of Federal resume that adheres to strict standards set forth by the organization that does the screening and hiring of candidates.  Both types of resumes take ...

Keywords are CRITICAL in a Federal Resume

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

Keywords are important in any resume, but they are critical in a Federal resume. Whether you are applying for a Federal job through the Office of Personnel Management, or using a army navy resumix resume, keywords that relate to the job you are applying for and want to perform need to be ...