Conducting a cleared job search in the aerospace and defense industries?
The missions and projects are as diverse as the problems, and the sectors served extend beyond defense and intelligence to include health, civil, and other agencies across the government.
If the CSRA mission peaks your interest and you’d like to join a team at the cutting edge, it takes more than skills.
It’s hard to know what to avoid in those initial conversations, and better yet, how to avoid or redirect questions without being antagonistic.
CSRA’s focus on research and innovation plays out across the organization – including the way it attracts, engages and energizes its talent.
When an interviewer asks you this question, you’re probably thinking, “why in the world are you asking me that? I’m here interviewing so you can figure that out yourself!”
If you find yourself grumbling about the cost of living compared to your pay, you may want to pack up your software engineering skills and head south.
You can take steps to better position yourself to grab a great entry level defense industry position. Here’s advice on how to spot entry-level positions, and how to compete for them.
Security clearances in the telecom industry are nothing new. Here’s why your next cleared job may be at CenturyLink or AT&T.
When you come in for an interview, they’ve already determined you meet the qualifications. In the interview, they want to know if you’re a good fit for the company and team.
A great tool for your transition preparation and enabling your ability to know yourself is the Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis tool.
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