Can I put my security clearance on my resume?

Can I put my security clearance on my resume?

A: It’s perfectly okay to specify that you have a clearance, as well as clearance type. It’s also okay to list polygraph information and dates on your resume, according to intelligence agency resume guidelines, including those provided by the National Security Agency.

How long does NSA security clearance take?

In the past three years, DoD has had a significant backlog of security clearances and reinvestigations pending, most especially for TOP SECRET level access. In general, expect a CONFIDENTIAL or SECRET clearance to take between 1 and 3 months. A TOP SECRET will probably take between 4 and 8 months.

What skills should I put on my nursing resume?

Here are five of the most important hard skills for nurses to have:Urgent care and emergency care. Checking and monitoring vital signs. Patient and family education. Patient safety. Technology skills. Communication. Critical thinking and problem solving. Time management and stamina.