There are 1,432 federal jobs advertised right now, worldwide, with the word “Web” somewhere in them. Have you considered federal employment? Or have you considered it and been frustrated with the return on investment of time spent applying? Figure it all out at this pithy, not-long and light session on the ins and outs of finding a federal job.
Dave Bachrach is the Division director for a growing professional services firm. Participants will find out how to:
- Build a federal résumé
- Find a job opportunity
- Decide if a job opportunity is right for you
- Follow up with HR
- Negotiate salary and what other factors to take into account
Network and enjoy a light dinner starting at 6:30pm. The presentation will start at 7:00pm.
If you are a vegetarian, please check "Vegetarian" on the order form.
Metro: Friendship Heights, Jennifer Street exit. Walk 2 1/2 blocks south on Wisconsin.
Parking: There is free two-hour parking in the neighborhood, metered parking on the street, and parking in the lot behind our office for $5.
Advance registration/purchase is required. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Refunds may be requested up to but not including the day of the workshop unless otherwise communicated to attendees.
As always, all DC Web Women events are open to men.
About the Instructor:
Mr. Bachrach is a Management Consultant with over 15 years experience in Federal management services, human resources and organizational communications/strategy in the civilian, military, law enforcement and intelligence sectors. He advises multiple Federal agencies with position classification, job analysis and federal recruitment, and designs new Federal personnel systems to reflect labor market trends and pay banding. He didn't even know what Federal HR was until he tried to get a job in the government - now he helps others to make their way through the Federal HR system.
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DC Web Women
DC Web Women (DCWW) is a not-for-profit organization of more than 3,000 members in the Washington, D.C. area. Members are professionals, students and enthusiasts in the technology industry - from interactive design to development to digital marketing. DCWW offers its members opportunities for professional development through lectures, seminars, networking, and career services.
DCWW is committed to the support and advocacy of girls and women in technology by providing a community in which they can develop, nurture, and promote their leadership, technical and professional skills.