To qualify under Schedule A, you must provide
Most Federal agencies have a special program coordinator to assist you. They can help you learn about current job opportunities, types of available positions, and steps in the process. Visit the US Office of Personnel Management's Selective Placement Program Coordinator Directory to find a coordinator near you.
Do not be deterred if you need special accommodation to carry out the job for which you are applying. The Federal government makes reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Common accommodations include interpreters, readers, flexible work schedules, restructured work sites, personal assistance, and adaptive equipment. You may request reasonable accommodation orally or in writing.
Disabled veterans with disability ratings of 30% or higher also can be hired under special hiring programs. If you are a disabled veteran, you can learn more by visiting the Veterans' Preference Advisor.
If you are an individual with a mental or physical disability, the special hiring programs the Federal government offers may help you land your dream job!
Job-Hunt's Federal Job Search Expert, Camille Carboneau Roberts, established CC Career Services in 1989 to provide total career management services to help clients land jobs faster. Expert services include federal resumes, private sector resumes, military-to-federal resumes, and social media resumes and profiles. Contact Camille via email at [email protected], through LinkedIn, Twitter (@CamilleRoberts), or Facebook (CC Career Services).
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