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If you're applying for a competitive job or position, you know the highly sought-after employer you have your eyes on is not going to accept just anyone. Hiring managers want the best of the best, and that means all application materials you submit should be free of errors and perfectly crafted. That's a given. And since Google fields more than 50, applicants a week, I suspect they know what they're talking about. Be concise and don't be afraid to brag.
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Currently, a DoD Contractor with six years of customer service experience within the Intelligence Community IC at the Defense Intelligence Agency DIA and also, a former federal government employee with over 25 years of government service, specializing in customer service, as well as administrative support within the Department of Defense DOD. Accustom to working independently and as a productive team player. Self-starter with excellent professional demeanor, organizational skills and the ability to work in a fast paced environment. Accustom to prioritizing workload and completing multiple task prior to projected deadlines.
Security clearance levels are used as part of a method to control access to information that should not be freely available to all personnel. The different organizations in the United States Federal Government use different terminology and lettering, as is discussed below. Security clearance levels often appear in employment postings for Defense related jobs, and other jobs involving substantial amounts of responsibility, such as air traffic control or nuclear energy positions. Employers generally prefer to hire people who are already cleared to access classified information at the level needed for a given job or contract, because security clearances can take up to a year to obtain.