Have you considered working for the federal government? Have you ever applied for a job with USAJobs? Have you been wanting to learn how to write a (great!) federal resume? Say no more, on Wednesday, April 1 at 6 pm EDT, the Japan Exchange Teaching Alumni Association of Washington, DC (JETAADC) has invited Todd Floersheim to present a virtual workshop on“Writing Your Federal Resume.” This webinar will explain each section of the job opportunity announcement (JOA), identify the important requirements, and then teach you how to tailor your resume with the JOA.
Todd Floersheim is a Senior Federal Recruitment Advisor with the Recruitment Policy and Outreach (RPO) section at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). As a seasoned recruiter, Todd brings considerable knowledge and insight to RPO which he displays by developing innovative and effective recruitment strategies, programs and policies to assist Federal agencies in attracting highly-qualified and diverse individuals for service in the Federal government.
Prior to joining OPM, he spent over twenty-two years in the military, retiring from the US Army in 2011. During his last thirteen years, Todd managed two US Army recruiting stations, was one of two recruiting trainers in New England, recruited Soldiers to become “Green Berets” for the Army Special Operations Command and during his final six years managed the worldwide recruitment for a highly sensitive DOD program. Todd holds a BS with honors in Business and Communications from Liberty University in Virginia.
Registration is FREE
Time: 6-7:30 pm EDT
Questions regarding the workshop, please contact our Professional Development Chair, Emily Orr (professionaldevelopment@