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The Office of Personnel Management is proud to present USAJOBSRecruit, a one-stop recruiting website for human resources professionals, managers, and Federal employees interested in recruiting.
 
USAJOBSRecruit provides information, tools, and guidance on all things recruiting. It also offers discussion forums, chats, and blogs to foster learning and collaboration. If you are a Federal employee with a .gov, .mil, .fed.us, or si.edu email address, we encourage you to join us!

Register today at www.usajobsrecruit.gov.

WEBCAST INFORMATION:

OPM will present a Webcast on USAJOBSRecruit on May 11, 2011 at 1:30 P.M. EDT. The Webcast will include a short presentation on USAJOBSRecruit and a Q&A session.

The link to view the webcast is http://pointers.audiovideoweb.com/stcasx/il83winlive3146/play.asx

You will need Windows Media Player 9.x or higher to view the webcast.

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The webcast and captioning will run in two separate windows and will need to run side by side. If you wish to view the captioning, you will need to download a SUN Java plug-in. Go to the link and it will prompt you for the download if you do not already have it.

If you have any problems connecting to the webcast, please contact your IT Help Desk.

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Garth Hayden
6/13/2011 at 12:28 AM
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I think that after we post our resume on the usajobs.gov website we should be put on a list and hired depending on which persons number is next on the list. Example a number list 1 through 10 where number 1 is hired first unless number 1 declines and then number 2 will be hired.
Garth Hayden
6/13/2011 at 1:18 AM
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I think every state should have a different number list and people should be hired when their number is next on the list. The people could also apply in jobs as jobs are posted. The people will not know all the jobs available so the people should be called on the tellephone or written a letter and told they are next on the hiring list and they should work at a location given.
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