Want to Make a Difference, Join Reclamation!
While prospects for finding a good job in the private sector shift with the prevailing economic winds, there are many opportunities in the federal government especially in Reclamation.
The federal government impacts the lives of all Americans, and you can too. Use your skills to protect the environment, ensure the safety of our community water supply, serve in any number of rewarding federal careers. Become a vital part of the Mid-Pacific Region team that manages, develops, and protects water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest of the American public.
Advance Your Career
More than 70 percent of federal senior executives will reach retirement age in the next few years, there are opportunities to gain more responsibility and achieve management and leadership positions.
Get the Benefits of Working for Reclamation
The total package of federal pay, health and child-care benefits, and retirement savings plans are competitive with those offered in the private sector.
Continue Your Education
The government offers some of the country's best advanced education and training assistance opportunities. You can complete a graduate degree or executive program at your local college or university while working Reclamation.
Work From Home!
The Reclamation offers a variety of work/life balance programs -- flexible work schedules to telecommuting.
The Government Is Hiring
Wide vacancies and Federal Government-Wide vacancies are advertised with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on USAJobs.
Student Employment: Pathways for Students and Recent Graduates to Federal Careers:
For information regarding the Pathways Program, contact Lindsey (Yumi) Sakakibara at (916)978-5476.
Please visit the USAJobs Resource Center for additional information on using USAJobs, Federal Employment, Applying for a Federal Job, Individuals with Disabilities, Veterans, Student/Recent Graduates and Senior Executives.
Related topics: USAJobs Tutorial, Federal Resume Writing, Most Effective Resumes, Communicating Your Qualifications, Job Seekers Resource Center
For specific questions regarding Mid-Pacific Region vacancies, please contact the Mid-Pacfic Jobs Information line at 916-978-5477 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference the Job Announcement Number (BR-MP-2014-???) in your email correspondence.
Last Updated: 10/16/17
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