Association develops jobs Web site for SES members

Members of the Senior Executives Association, a nonprofit organization representing more than 7,000 federal executives, now have a Web site to check out job opportunities in the private sector as well as jobs at government agencies.

SEA worked with Avue Technologies Corp. of Tacoma, Wash., to develop the portal at no cost. The portal also will contain an executive profile builder, online resume tool and executive qualification assessment application.

'We were seeking to partner with a private-sector company to assist those members who are planning for life after federal service and those seeking new opportunities within government,' said Carol Bonosaro, SEA president.

The association will let companies and agencies search its database for candidates. Members can decide whether private- or public-sector employers may look at their resumes. The portal also will match members' profiles with job openings for federal executives.


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