Start by searching for available jobs at your next duty station. It might be too early to apply, but it will give you a feel for the type of positions that may be open when you move. Make note of the employers who do a lot of hiring in your new area.
Since it’s cold outside, now is the perfect time to prepare or update your resume. Be sure to check out MSCCN’s excellent resume tutorial. It will walk you through the entire resume creation process.
It’s also the time to get your professional portfolio in order. Do you have your college transcripts? Do you have performance awards from your last position? Have you documented all your volunteer work? Do you have references to provide a prospective employer? A little work and research now will save you a lot of stress when the time comes to actually apply for a job.
Here’s this week’s Find Work Wednesday to get you psyched up for your upcoming PCS. You can find these jobs and hundreds more at MSCCN’s Job Seeker site:
- Area Orientation Liaison, Alutiiq, Yokosuka, Japan (39337BR)
- Program Manager, Alutiiq, Chesapeake, VA (39335BR)
- Information System Security Officer, Alutiiq, Schriever AFB, CO (39331BR)
- Personnel Security Assistant II, Alutiiq, Bethesda/Rockville, MD (39328BR)
- CYSS School Support Specialist, Serco, Fort Belvior, VA (39317BR)
- Logistics Planner, Serco, Fort Bragg, NC (39308BR)
- Center Consultant, FEDEX, Clarksville, TN (39204BR)
- Sales Customer Service Specialist, FEDEX, Monterey, CA (39167BR)
- Blue Star Museums Program Manager, Blue Star Families, Washington DC-Virtual (39108BR)
- Transition Assistance Program Analyst, Dept. of the Navy, Washington DC (39109BR)