This website contains information that will help you make informed decisions concerning your career and provides links to vacant positions, temporary details, and training opportunities. It will also give you a road map through the hiring maze and grant insight into what it takes to be a successful candidate.
Among many other items, the site provides a guide to help you determine the path toward what you define as success. The site will help you locate training opportunities and help you learn how to be more competitive, even in the era of tight budgets. Perhaps most importantly, this site will give you the tools to put yourself in charge of your own career. You have heard it said that information is power! No place is that more true than in learning how to enhance your career opportunities.
You can also find the answers to many age-old questions that Natural Resource Management employees working for the Corps of Engineers have repeatedly asked since the program's inception. Advice, tips and hints from employees within our program who have "made it" are also available and valuable.
How to use this site:
While every attempt has been made to explain government acronyms within the text of this site, some newer team members may want to refer to the NRM Acronym listing to break the code.