Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced its intention to hire hundreds of veterans identified at a veterans jobs fair in August 2017.
This week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) hosted a two-day hiring event intended to hire hundreds of veterans for mission critical and support positions. The recruitment event, titled “Continue Your Service to America,” was attended by thousands of veterans from each branch of the military. DHS is a leader among federal agencies in employing veterans, and is third only behind the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs in the number of veterans hired each year.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Directorate for Management (MGMT) Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer Chief Human Capital Officer Angela Bailey addresses recruitment and retention of Millennials in the Federal Government.
Yesterday, the Department of Homeland Security concluded its first ever two-day hiring event aimed at filling mission-critical positions to protect our Nation’s cyberspace.
Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson today met with the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) where he discussed a range of homeland security-related issues and swore in the two newest members to the HSAC, John F. Kelly and Karen P. Tandy.
WASHINGTON— Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson today announced the appointment of six new members to the Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council (HSAAC). The Council consists of university presidents and academic leaders who provide advice and recommendations to the Secretary on matters related to homeland security and the academic community. The new members announced today are: Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis, Florida Memorial University President; Dr. Michael M. Crow, Arizona State University President; Dr. Beverly Wade Hogan, Tougaloo College President; Dr. Jim Johnsen, University of Alaska System President; Dr. Dawn Lindsay, Anne Arundel Community College President; and Rear Admiral James Rendon, U.S. Coast Guard Academy Superintendent.
Learn about the programs the Department participates in to help injured soldiers and disabled veterans gain skills and transition to civilian work.
The skills and training veterans acquired while serving our country may be well suited for jobs at the Department. The following information is designed to help veterans understand how federal jobs are filled, determine Veterans Preference, build a resume, search and apply for federal jobs.
Keep in mind that resumes/applications do not hire, hiring managers do. So, let your preparation and positive attitude be the key to your success in an interview.