By now, you should have received your Firm and Final Offer of a position with Headquarters Marine Corps. Your offer will provide you with very important information regarding your position and when, where, and how you will report for your first day at work.
The position for which you have been hired is indicated in the title of your Firm/Final Offer email. Each Federal Position must be identified by four elements: a) a Title, b) a Pay System, c) a Series, and d) a Grade. To find out more about positions in the Federal Government, please click on the "Your Position" under "Phase 1: Before You Arrive" on the right-hand menu.
Required Documents and Forms
In order to process your acceptance of the job offer you have received, you must provide certain information to Headquarters Marine Corps as well as documents that establish your identity and your eligibility to accept the postion you have been offered. This should be your first order of business. Please click on the "Documents and Forms" button on the right side of the page for further details.
Your Work Schedule
Depending on the policies and guidelines of your agency, you may have decisions to make concerning your work schedule. Additionally, many positions in the Federal Government are eligible for telework. To learn more about the options you will need to discuss with your supervisor, please click on the "Your Schedule" under "Phase 1: Before You Arrive" on the right-hand menu.
Getting to work at Headquarters Marine Corps involves much more than knowing the address where you will report for duty on your first day, and the address of the office where you will be working. Parking (even temporary parking) is at a premium and, in most cases, must be arranged in advance. Public and Department of Defense transportation provide many other options. Transportation subsidies are available. Carpooling ("slugging") may also be an option. Click on "Transportation and Parking" under "Phase 1: Before You Arrive" on the right-hand menu for more information.
As a Federal employee, you will have a number of important and valuable benefits available to you. Once you have received and accepted your final job offer, you can begin the enrollment process for some of the programs that best suit your needs. Click on the "Your Benefits" option under "Phase 1: Before You Arrive" on the right-hand menu for more information.
● Select the option "Responsibilities: Before You Arrive" under "Your Responsibilities" to create a checklist for this phase of your Onboarding process.