1. What is FedBid's job application process like?
FedBid's Recruiting team reviews all resumes and applications to determine which candidates best match current openings. If we feel your skills and experience align with the role you applied for, we will contact you for a telephone screening to discuss the role in greater detail and learn more about your experience. After that screening, if we feel you are a match, you will be invited on-site for an interview at our headquarters in Vienna, Virginia. There, you'll interview with an HR team member and 2-3 players on the team you're applying for. Depending on the role's responsibilities, you may also need to complete a writing exercise or technical test.
2. How should I prepare for my interview?
If selected for a telephone screening, it's a good idea to research the role which you've applied and prepare any subsequent questions you have about the role. If selected for an on-site interview, you will need to download and complete Part One of our employment application and bring it with you to the interview. There is a Part Two of the application which can only be filled out on-site, so make sure you arrive 5-10 minutes prior to your scheduled interview time to complete it.
FedBid Employment Application, Part 1(1133 kb)
3. I've interviewed for a position at FedBid, what happens next?
If we feel that you are a fit for the position you applied for, we will contact you with next steps. If your application was declined, we simply felt you were not the best fit for the role you applied for. We will keep your resume on file, ready to pull should a role open up that better suits your skill sets and talents. Additionally, we encourage you to re-apply for any open positions posted on our Careers page.