APPLICATION FOR 10-POINT VETERAN PREFERENCE TO BE USED BY VETERANS RELATIVES OF VETERANS Form Approved O. Home address Street Number City State and ZIP Code VETERAN INFORMATION to be provided by person applying for preference 3. Veteran s name Last First Middle exactly as it appears on Service Records 4. Periods of service Branch of service Date entered active duty Date Separated or Released from Active Duty if applicable TYPE OF 10-POINT VETERANS PREFERENCE CLAIMED Instructions Check the...
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Who needs an SF-15 Form?

An SF-15 Form is an Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference (to be used by Veterans and Relatives of Veterans, the name of which actually answers the question on who is liable for its completion. That is, it is used by Federal Agencies and the US Office of Personnel Management as a job application supporting form.

What is the SF-15 Form for?

As it has been mentioned, the SF Form 15 is used by an individual who is approved as a 10-point veteran, their widow or a close family member if they want to apply for a federal job or compensation. The Form of Application serves as a confirmation of preference to be qualified for the veteran job, as it requires verification of the veteran’s data.

Is SF-15 Application Form accompanied by other forms?

The necessity to attach any supporting documents will be stated in the requirement of a job opening. Besides, there is a list of required supporting documentation on the second page of the form, too, it is only necessary to read and follow the instruction carefully.

When is SF-15 Form due?

The submission of the form is not restricted by certain limitations, it should be filed when the need arises.

How do I fill out the SF-15 Form?

The completed form should identify

- a person applying for the preference (their name and home address),

- veteran information (name and periods of service),

- determination of the type of 10-point veterans’ preference claimed

- veteran’s occupational data

Where do I send SF-15 Application Form?

The form should be sent to the appropriate destination, that is the agency where the applicant is seeking federal employment.

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Important Documents, Forms and Qualifications Welcome to the Indian Health Service. This is the second of five videos created to assist you in applying for an Indian health profession position through USAJOBS.gov. This video will help you identify and prepare all of the forms required to apply for an Indian health position. There are several documents and forms that IHS requires from applicants. If applying online these would include: USAJOBS Cover Sheet Resume Transcripts Licenses Childcare Addendum Form If submitting your application via fax instead of online, please include: OPM1203FX Form Occupational Questionnaire There are also other eligibility and career path preference forms that may be requested. VO will name form and required use and where it can be found: BIA Form 4432 (If you do not have this form already, please request from your Tribal enrollment office prior to applying as it may take several weeks to receive. Boxes A or D must be completed and signed by the appropriate official in order to qualify for Indian Preference in hiring. DD-214 CTAP/ICTAP SF-50 for current or former federal employee OF-306 Declaration for Federal Employment SF-15 Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference Many of the preferences and qualifications can be confusing. VO will explain what each acronym signifies and where they are listed in a job posting. DE — Delegating Examining Procedures DHA — Direct Hire Authority ESEP — Excepted Service Examining Plan Indian Preference MP — Merit Promotion Schedule A Hiring Authority Time-in-Grade Veterans’ Preference In this video you learned what documents, forms and qualifications are necessary to apply for an IHS job. If you do not have an account with USAJOBS, please view Video #3 which, describes how to create an account and prepare your documents for submission. You may skip ahead to Video #4 — "How to Apply" for a civil service or USPHS Commissioned Corps position or Video #5 — “Monitoring your Application” if you already have an account with USAJOBS.gov Contact us with questions at: IHSRecruiters@ihs.gov 301-443-4242 www.ihs.gov/careeropps