Defense Industry recruiters prefer chronological resumes. Sure, there are various kinds of resumes for various kinds of jobs, and situations. It is easy to get differing advice on format and style. That advice is not necessarily wrong. It usually represents the industry focus of the presenter. DoD and the IC recruits for specialist: What, When … Read more
Question: Are cover letters worth your time adding to a resume? Answer: When submitting a resume online, the answer is NO. Almost always no. Sometimes: Yes. Your resume will usually be parsed into an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) which extracts keywords and keyphrases associated with your background, training and experience. Everything an employer needs to … Read more
Security Clearances and finding open doors. Many employers WOULD help you get a clearance if they could … but there are rules for that … How to find Open Doors and Get a Security Clearance … Bill Golden, IntelligenceCareers.com
Hi! I’m Bill Golden. So … DoD Headhunter … that is essentially what I do. Companies and organizations in the DoD and IC defense contracting world say ‘GO FIND’ and I do … find … Sometimes. Often. Often enough. ? U.S. Citizen with security clearance and looking to make a job switch? I’m your guy for … Read more
What is your Marketplace Value? How much should you seek to earn? There is a fairly easy way to know the answer.
Question: Should expired security clearances be listed on resumes? Answer: If you are applying for a position with a defense industry or government employer: Yes. Having had a previous security clearance and successful background investigation indicates that you should be able to do it again. Listing a clearance also indicates the level of trust placed … Read more