Department of Labor

Department of Labor

Chat hours for Thursday, October 6, 2016

10:00 AM EDT – 1:00 PM EDT  – only

States Hiring In:  US Dept of Labor hires across the US – Nationwide  

Job Openings: Most positions are On-site (Brick and mortar). However, there is the opportunity, depending on the position, of teleworking part of the time. 

Note:  Recruiter here today recruits for Boston and NY regions – includes ME, MA, VT, NY, NJ, RI, CT and Puerto Rico.  You can find your Regional Recruitment Coordinators for other areas below. 

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To find your “Schedule A”  Regional Recruitment Coordinator: CLICK HERE

US Department of Labor

For information on the US Department of Labor, the positions they routinely recruit for and their career paths go to: www.dol.gov/jobs. If you are interested in the entire federal sector go to www.usajobs.gov.

You must apply on-line. Failure to do so will result in your not being considered for the job.

Please remember:

Applicant must prove/demonstrate that they meet the qualifications of the job

• Answers to the competency questions must be substantiated in the resume – failure to do so, may result in a lower score. This is important, as only the best candidates will be sent to the selecting official for consideration.

• Information provided in a cover letter cannot be used to qualify the applicant.

• Even if your application is sent to the selecting official for consideration, they do not have to interview you.

If your clients have questions, they should contact the person on the vacancy announcement.

For information for special hiring authorities for individuals with disabilities go to www.usajobs.gov and click on the section for Individuals with disabilities.

To find your “Schedule A”  Regional Recruitment Coordinator:  CLICK HERE

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America’s ability to meet the challenges of a changing global labor market is grounded within the work force of the Department of Labor. Consider a career that counts – a career in which you can help make a meaningful difference in the quality of life in America. Consider a career with the U.S. Department of Labor.

Whatever your interest, DOL has different agencies with varied activities affecting the lives of virtually everyone in America. Remember, America works because we work! Opportunities are open!

US Department of Labor is an enforcement/compliance agency.  Under federal initiatives, The Department Of  Labor is currently recruiting persons with disabilities to apply for Schedule A non-competitive opportunities available within their agency.

For information on the positions available in the Department go to:  www.dol.gov/jobs.

If you are interested in knowing the positions the USA Dept. of Labor routinely recruits for and the missions of the agencies within the Department go to: http://www.dol.gov/oasam/doljobs/occupations.htm

If you are interested in other federal agencies, go to www.usajobs.gov or to the website of the agency you are interested in.

 **Employment Options’ Clients only:  
Before applying for any positions from the job fair,   first, contact your assigned job counselor directly.  They will assist you in following the specific protocol for applying with these employer partners through the Ticket to Work program.

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