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Hi

Many of you have often said, I wish I could get one of those jobs.

Well here it is. I would go after it myself if things here were different


Carmen

Dr. Carmen L. Battaglia


-----Original Message-----
From: IWDBA Mailer [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 9:55 AM
To: Carmen Battaglia
Subject: Job Opening with the US Military Breeding Program


Dear Carmen Battaglia -

The US Military is seeking a Breeding Program Manager. If you know of
anyone who has dog breeding and management experience, please let them know
about our position.

The Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) has stated that the job announcement
will open 11-JAN-2011 and close 18-JAN-2011. On 11 Jan, the announcement
may be located on USAJOBS website at http://www.usajobs.opm.gov. The
announcement number is AFPC-424202-186774-JMA-8Z; USAJOBS Control Number is
2143359.

The direct link is

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?OPMControl=2143359 .

Good luck to all interested parties!

(NOTE: The 341st Training Squadron at Lackland AFB has no control over who
makes the candidate list. Please refer all such questions to the Point of
Contact at AFPC listed on the job announcement.)
 

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I have a tip/suggestion for anyone considering applying for this job. If the USAjobs site is anything like the Army's CPOL site, the list of applicants is first picked based on key words found in your resume before it goes on to actual Human Resources who will pick applicants for interview. It's important that your resume contains the key words they are looking for - often the words used in the job description.

So, example, if the job listing says you must have experience as a sign painter for a job, that word (sign painter) better be somewhere in your resume. Enhances your chances of your resume getting picked and forwarded to their HR department for hire.
 

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That would be an awesome job!!!

AbbyK9 is right, your resume needs to insure that it has the key words and phrases needed to qualify. I have had several people tell me thay applied for a lot of federal jobs and could not get qualified and wh n I look at the resumix submission is does not have the key words even tho they have experience in the field. The folk that review resumes and determine who makes the Best/Highly/Qualified lists are not the hiring offiical so thay can only read what is presented to them.
 
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