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Feds Hire Vets - Agency Directory
Feds Hire Vets - Agency Directory
Kelly Woodall
Kelly Woodall
Email: vet_employment@opm.gov
Tel: (202) 606-7305
Office of Personnel Management
Mission: Recruit, Retain and Honor a World-Class Workforce
Ms. Kelly S Woodall serves as the Veterans Employment Program Manager within the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Division for Employee Services, Agency and Veterans Support, Veterans Services. In this role she is responsible for promoting employment opportunities for veterans, consistent with Executive Order 13518. Among her many roles at OPM, she also served as the agency Human Resource Specialist-Disability Outreach Coordinator. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Kentucky and License Practical Nurse Certification from St. Philips College, San Antonio Texas. Prior to her coming to OPM, Ms. Woodall had been involved in numerous outreach and EEO initiatives. Ms. Woodall is currently retired from the Army having served 27-years between Active Duty and U.S. Army Reserves.
Recruiting for
Employment at OPM

If you are interested in working for OPM, first determine which jobs you are interested in and qualify for. Always ensure that your resume is written to meet the qualifications for the grade for which you want to be considered.

You may browse jobs that meet your qualifications, grade, and geographic location on USAJOBS. You may apply to the vacancy online; identify yourself as a veteran and/or a disabled veteran; and, you may also upload your supporting documents.

U.S. Office of Personnel Management Occupations Where Veterans are Frequently Hired:
• Human Resource Specialist
• Investigator
• Program Analyst

If you are eligible for a Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA), 30% or more disabled, or Schedule A appointment and would like to be notified of potential opportunities, please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2Z9VCDT and complete page three. Your information will be added to our database and you will receive notifications about positions that may be of interest to you as we become aware of them.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your resume qualifies you for the jobs that you are seeking.

Veterans Employment Program Office (VEPO)
The OPM VEPO provides assistance to Veterans, Transitioning Service Members, Active Duty Spouses, and Spouses/Mothers of deceased/disabled veterans during the Federal employment search.

SERVICES:
• Monthly Workshops: A calendar may be found at: www.fedshirevets.gov
• Getting the Job—4 Part Series
• Federal Employment Process
• Agency Spotlight (featuring a different agency every month)
• Resume building
• Skills translation
• USAJOBS navigation
• Career counseling
• Referral services

Office Hours:
Monday thru Wednesday - 9:00 am to 4:00pm
Thursday - 9:00am to 2pm
Friday - 9:00 am to 3 pm
Note: While we are open to walk-ins, it is preferred that you make an appointment.

You can contact us by:
phone: (202) 606-7305
email: vet_employment@opm.gov
fax: (202) 606-6017
Strategic Partners
  • U.S. Office of Personnel Management
  • Department of Defense
  • Department of Labor
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Department of Homeland Security
This page can be found on the web at the following url: http://www.fedshirevets.gov/AgencyDirectory/Profile.aspx?slug=Kelly-Woodall
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