What an ALJ Resume Must Include
The 13 ALJ Competencies
Most important to incorporate into the ALJ Resume are the 13 competencies (or Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Statements). Each competency must be addressed with your own individual experience and performance. These competencies must be woven into your ALJ resume within the respective position performed. Not responding to each of these competencies can mean your application will be denied.
The ALJ competencies include:
- Decision Making
- Interpersonal Skills
- Judicial Analysis
- Judicial Decisiveness
- Judicial Management
- Judicial Temperament
- Litigation and Courtroom Competence
- Oral Communication
- Problem Solving
We Have Perfected the ALJ Resume Writing Process
The new Administrative Law Judge Vacancy Announcement has been changed as of 03/05/2013 and has different application requirements than the old vacancy from 2009. We highly recommend you are prepared before the next Administrative Law Judge opening is posted. This position is highly competitive. If you have questions regarding preparation for an ALJ application and full content writing, please contact our Master Federal Career Advisors at 800-471-9201.