The list of Federal Job Titles given can be in either the Federal White Collar Schedule or the Blue Collar Schedule or both. Blue Collar or Wage Grade Job Titles begin with Federal Job Titles codes of 2500 or higher. The Federal Job Titles suggested correspond to your MOS (only active MOS codes are used). Since the exact work military personnel may do within the context of an MOS varies, not all of the Job Titles suggested will be a good match for you. The Job Titles link to today's current openings. These Vacancies are at all salary levels. Use the Salary component of the Crosswalk to help you identify appropriate vacancies.
If a White Collar Job Title is suggested, a White Collar salary range is also suggested. Federal White Collar salaries within a pay grade are consistent throughout the U.S. except that certain regions, such as Washington DC and other major metros, have special higher rates. The salary range given by the Crosswalk includes the standard salary and the higher special rates salary.
If a Blue Collar Job Title is suggested, a Blue Collar salary indication is also given. Since Federal Blue Collar salaries are set at many hundreds of different rates depending on the prevailing wage in the location, the Crosswalk does not attempt to suggest dollar salary figures. Instead it suggests the type of blue collar or wage grade job that might be appropriate for you. Blue collar jobs can be designated:
The crosswalk will indicate for which type of position we believe you are qualified. Look in the top summary line of the Vacancy Announcement (which you will see when you click on a blue collar Job Title) to see if it is designated WG, WL, WS, WI, or WD. If the Crosswalk indicates WG and other designations, i.e., WL, WS, WI, WD, we believe you may be qualified for all such positions. WG vacancies can include helper, trainee or journeyman positions. We designate these with the phrases low, mid and top. For example, WG-mid means Wage Grade Trainee, Such trainee jobs would pay in the mid part of the salary range offered on a WG Vacancy Announcement. WG-high means Wage Grade Journeyman. Such jobs pay at the high end of the range offered on a WG Vacancy Announcement. If the Crosswalk gives you an indication of WL, WS, WI, or WD, we believe you may qualify anywhere within the salary range offered on the Vacancy Announcement depending on your skills.
If you have comments about these results, please email them to us. You may know of other Federal Job Titles that are a good match for your MOS. Or, conversely that some of the matches we suggested are not good. We would appreciate hearing about how we can improve these results.
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|GS - 0343||Management and Program Analysis||247|
|GS - 1701||General Education and Training||43|