Perhaps the most respected section of American society is the veterans who have sacrificed to bring peace and security to the nation and its citizens. Many of these veterans, nearly 12.6% in a population of almost 10 million, are suffering from some form of disability. These disabled veterans need to be given the kind of comfort and freedom they deserve. In addition, offering them full-time career opportunities OR even a part-time opportunity is the best way to help them lead an independent and dignified existence.
The US Department of State offers reasonable accommodation to such individuals. The Disability and Reasonable Accommodations Division of the US Government have arranged these accommodations. The Computer Accommodations Technology Center or CATC has become a hub for catering to applicants’ needs. CATC has ergonomically designed workstations for better accessibility for those with imparities in mobility, speech, vision and hearing.
The Department of Labor offers its services to the injured members of the military so that they can get contact information and resources for jobs.
There is usually an SPPC or Selective Placement Program Coordinator in most federal organizations for recruiting and accommodating disabled people. This official has the duty to advise managers regarding the employment of candidates under special hiring conditions. It helps managers find out criteria for the positions and then identify ways to work around these to ensure the disabled veterans get jobs. It also helps disabled people to get information about job vacancies, the kind of jobs available, and how they can be filled.
The SPPC works with private and public organizations to place the disabled veterans; it monitors and assesses the program to find how effective it and makes changes as deemed fit. The managers handle and evaluate the Employment Program for Individuals with Disabilities.
SlashCV is a user-friendly simple resume maker. When you sign up using simply an email address, you can enjoy many features like attractive templates to choose from. You can edit the resume and save it. It is free to use and you may connect your Dropbox account. This will allow for easy sharing. The text editor is easy to use with options to make the text bold.
There are some online CV writing services as well which can help especially the veterans, to write an appealing CV.
VisualCV will offer two sleek but limited design tools to choose from. You can always update to a paid account. This editor is excellent and while there are not too many tools, you can click to add the text directly to templates. So, you can actually see how the PDF will appear eventually.
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