Using the search feature on the USAJobs.gov website is a good starting point when searching for work as a government truck driver and other jobs for the Federal Government. The USAJobs.gov website is a free Web-based job board where federal job seekers can gain access to thousands of career opportunities in the Federal government, as stated on the website.
As of May 2014, the U.S. Federal Government employs around 23,530 heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers nationwide, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. The annual mean wage for these government workers was $41,070 at $19.75 mean hourly wage.
The USAJobs.gov is the Federal Government's official website for government job listings, and the website has attracted more than 17 million federal job seekers, as stated on the website. The following shows how to use the search feature on the website to look for government truck driver jobs.
- Go to the website
- Create an account
- Use the search tool
Type www.usajobs.gov into the browser and press Enter.
While using the search tool does not require job seekers to log in, signing up with the website affords federal job seekers the ability to post their resume on the website, which they can submit along with their application to employers.
After signing in, use the search tool on the homepage of the website. Type "truck driver" into the Keyword field and city, state or ZIP code to confine the search within a specific area. Click on the links on the results to view more information about the job opening.