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Careers in Government/Law Enforcement/Military - Books
The Book of U. S. Government Jobs by
Call Number: JK716 .D36 2011
Publication Date: 2011-06-01
Offers job seekers all of the tools necessary to land a high paying civil service job. Discover where the jobs are, how to apply, and most importantly where to find them. Includes numerous resources for exploring careers and locating job vacancies nationwide and overseas. Readers will find a comprehensive federal application guide with sample resumes and the 11th edition is totally updated throughout and interspersed with the author's and editor's personal perspectives gained from a combined 100 years of government service. J
Business Networking for Veterans by
Call Number: UB356 .A27 2014
Publication Date: 2013-11-18
Your military skills and experience are invaluable to you in civilian life. From start to finish, this book focuses on the unique challenges you face as a transitioning veteran and the unique skills and resources you bring to the table. You’ve already proven yourself as a leader in service to your country; this book will help you do it as a civilian, too. But your successful transition won't just happen. This book discusses the importance of networking and how you can do it well by starting with the network you already have.
Down Range by
Call Number: UB357 .M87 2014
Publication Date: 2013-12-09
Written by veterans who have successfully made the transition, Down Range offers career planning guidance to U.S. military veterans coming off active duty. This is NOT simply a guide to transitioning from the military to the civilian world. This is NOT a guide to getting a job. This book IS a guide to developing a post-military career, not just for the first few days, weeks, or months after active duty, but for the rest of your employed life. This simple and effective planning process has been taught to more than 1 million business executives in companies all over the world.
The Everything Guide to Careers in Law Enforcement by
Call Number: HV8143 .B33 2007
Publication Date: 2007-01-19
Helps you navigate the application, hiring, and training process. This unique comprehensive handbook covers all aspects of job options available - from local and state police to National Park Rangers and Homeland Security officers. Inside, you'll find: Candidate requirements, Desired qualities and education for applicants, Where and how to apply to different agencies, The future of law enforcement in the twenty-first century, etc.
Opportunities in Military Careers by
Call Number: UB147 .P37 2006
Publication Date: 2005-09-22
Covers a range of jobs in this sector, from those that require high school and trade school to associate, four-year, and graduate degrees. You'll find up-to-date salary statistics, training requirements, as well as the lowdown on life on the job.
Public Safety and Law Enforcement by
Call Number: HV9950 .F65 2010
Publication Date: 2010-04-01
Offers an overview of jobs in public safety and law enforcement as well as ways to map out career goals for the future. Careers profiled include: Antiterrorism consultant, Building inspector, Emergency medical technician, Firefighter, Forensic science technician, Information security consultant, Park ranger, Police officer, Private investigator.
Careers in Government/Law Enforcement/Military - eBooks
Find Your Federal Job Fit by
Publication Date: 2011-11-01
Learn how to Assess your strengths and talents for federal job direction. Create a vision, goals, and plan for your ideal federal career. Match your interests, skills, and values to federal jobs and agencies. Discover and develop the skills needed for federal jobs that interest you most. Excel at Every Step in the Hiring Process Move to the front of the federal hiring line with this guide's help: Analyze vacancy announcements to determine your job fit. etc.
Guide to America's Federal Jobs by
Publication Date: 2009-07-01
Offers the most current information, step-by-step guidance, and helpful tips to be the best reference for federal job seekers. New examples show applicants involved in the federal job-seeking process and depict their application materials. Experts cut through the complexity to help you find your opportunity in the federal government today by helping you understand how the federal government fills jobs, meet your career goals with federal employment, apply for federal openings in the U.S. and the world step-by-step, use the official federal jobs Web site most productively, analyze lengthy job announcements with ease, write a competitive federal application, including a winning federal resume and personal essays, and learn about federal agencies departments, including what they do, URLs, office locations, and more.
Military-to-Civilian Career Transition Guide by
Publication Date: 2009-09-01
This book provides a framework for career transition for military service members and their families. While other books similar in scope address just one or two aspects of the job search process, this one addresses the entire transition process and includes the family perspective with it.
Federal Law Enforcement Careers by
Publication Date: 2006-05-01
This book provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date information about federal law enforcement jobs, in a manner that is simple and easy for readers to understand and use. It is the ultimate resource for anyone who is serious about landing a law-enforcement career in the federal system.
Careers in Government/Law Enforcement/Military - websites