Candidate Services


Since 1999, FCR has proudly focused on the Federal Integration and Government Services sector. It’s what we do! We believe that our knowledge of this sector is one factor that separates us from our competition. Additionally, our professional and ethical service, proven methodology and outstanding results are equal reasons why you should work with us.

We have an excellent reputation as trustworthy industry experts. Our team interacts in our marketplace on a daily basis. We know how to quickly and efficiently identify, qualify and recommend you for the challenging and profitable position you seek.

Career and Placement Services

We know that changing a position to develop your career is a major decision that can affect every dimension of your life. That's why the professionals at FCR spend time getting to know you, your needs and your goals.

How We Work

Confidentiality. Your resume is always treated confidentially. We will not forward it to anyone without first discussing the opportunity with you.

Placement Fees. All fees are paid by the employer. There is NO FEE to you.

Getting Started. Getting started with us is as simple as submitting your profile or calling one of our team members.

Our Industry Expertise

Our recruiters are specialists in a variety of industries and can help you connect with the leading companies within the Federal Integration and Government Services sector.

See our Industry Focus for more details.

Career Planning Services

We offer the following assistance to help you maximize your career potential:

Career Planning. We help you achieve both your personal and professional goals.

Protecting Your Privacy. Our secure database is accessible only to our professional career consultants.

Resume Tips. Create a winning resume. What to put in, what to leave out.

Interviewing. Preparing for the interview—what to ask, what you may be asked.

Interviewing Do's and Don'ts. A checklist to help you succeed in the interview.

Resigning Gracefully. Resign from your current job without burning bridges.

Counter-offer. Counter-offers can be flattering, but are they in your best interest?