Archive for the ‘SES (Senior Executive Service)’ Category

The SES Federal Job Market is Heating Up as Candidates Race for the White House

Thursday, February 21st, 2008

The race is on as candidates make their plea to be the next President of the United States in the upcoming election. As the candidates scurry to appeal to the votes, the SES federal job market is heating up because executive realize the opportunity to secure employment at the commencement ...

The Senior Executive Service (SES) in the Federal Government: 5 Tips to Land that Dream Job

Tuesday, November 13th, 2007

The Federal government is the largest employer in the United States today, with over 2,700,000 employees.  Further, for each Federal job vacancy, the number of applicants greatly exceeds the available positions.In a competitive Federal job market, how do you get the edge on the competition when you are seeking a ...

Public Speaking & The Art of Persuasion for Executives in Federal Government SES Positions

Friday, October 19th, 2007

When a candidate is fortunate enough to get a coveted position as an SES executive with the Federal government, it is essential to continually educate yourself and hone your professional skills.Through supplemental courses and seminars, many SES executives are sharpening their abilities in the areas of public speaking and the art of ...

On the Job Success Tips to Get Yourself to the SES Level

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

Being a Federal employee gives greater opportunity for advancement than most other employers. In fact, at the senior management level referred to as Senior Executive Service (SES), the average salaries range from $107,550 to $162,100 with over 7,000 SES employees currently serving the government.If you want a desirable SES ...

An Overview of the Ideal SES (Senior Executive Service) Job Candidate

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

While each Federal position description has different criteria and requirements specified in the keywords used, there are general qualifications that make someone an ideal candidate for an SES (Senior Executive Service) position with the Federal government.According to Charles Ingersoll of Korn/Ferry International, who helps to fill senior-level job openings in ...

The Race to Secure an SES Federal Position

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

 It Takes Skill, Experience and a Killer ResumeSecuring a desirable SES federal position can be difficult in such a competitive job market.  SES federal jobs are executive level positions that offer outstanding pay and benefits along with job security and there are no shortage of applicants for this viable government ...

Ready for the Federal Big Leagues? Consider the SES Candidate Development Program

Monday, August 27th, 2007

Are you ready for a position with the Federal big league? Consider a Senior Executive (SES) Federal Candidate Development program to help you to become one of the best leaders in the Federal Government.According to President George W. Bush, “We must have a Government that thinks differently, so ...

When you Need an SES Federal Resume

Wednesday, May 9th, 2007

Getting hired for a Federal government job in the old days meant using a very long, boring form called an SF-171, standard form 171 I government lingo.  Getting entry-level or mid-level government jobs in the 21st century, thankfully means using the new Federal style resume, allowing use of the computer ...

The Essential Parts of an SES (Senior Executive Service) Federal Resume

Wednesday, April 11th, 2007

The Resume That Tries the Patience and Tests Your Knowledge of YourselfIf you’re applying for a position as a senior executive with the federal government, you need a top-notch SES federal resume in order to be interviewed for a senior executive position.When the Civil Service Reform Act (CSRA) of 1978 was written, ...

The Difference Between a Standard Federal and an SES Job Posting

Wednesday, April 4th, 2007

Getting hired for a Federal government job in the old days meant using a very long, boring form called an SF-171, standard form 171 I government lingo.  Getting entry-level or mid-level government jobs in the 21st century, thankfully means using the new Federal style resume, allowing use of the computer ...