Vacancy Identification Number
Tour of Duty: 8 am to 4:30 pm
Applicant's education and experience will be reviewed by a Professional Standards Board and Compensation Panel (for physicians and dentists) in determining the grade and salary of the applicant selected. The recommended salary may be at any point in the range listed for this vacancy.
Recruitment/Relocation and moving expenses may be authorized
Dayton VA Medical Center reserves the right to make a selection at any time during the open and close date of this announcement
Our mission: To fulfill President Lincoln's promise - "To care for him who shall have borne the
battle, and for his widow, and his orphan" - by serving and honoring
the men and women who are America's Veterans.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
VA offers generous paid time off and a variety of predictable and flexible scheduling opportunities.
For more information on the Department of Veterans Affairs, go to
Special Employment Consideration:
Individuals eligible for the following appointments are encouraged to apply: 5 CFR 213.3102 "u", Schedule A,
Appointment of persons with disabilities
; mental retardation, severe physical disabilities, or psychiatric disabilities; and
Disabled veterans with a compensable service-connected disability of 30% or more.
You must be a US citizen to apply for this job
Subject to a background/suitability investigation.
Designated and/or random drug testing may be required.
Please submit VA and 10-2850 Application for Physicians
Board Certification preferred.
Proficiency in interpreting all modalities including general radiology, ultrasound, CT and MRI.
Participation and supervision of fluoroscopic studies.
Complete accurate imaging procedure interpretations.
Interpretive report Turn-Around Times consistent with national mandates ( 48 hours).
Participation in on-going clinical Chart Reviews.
Imaging procedure clinical formulation.
Participation in and hosting Tumor Board meetings.
Technical staff supervision.
Board Certification preferred.
Citizen of the
(Noncitizens may be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with chapter 3, section A, paragraph 3g, this part.)
Degree of doctor of medicine or an equivalent degree resulting from a course of education in medicine or osteopathic medicine.
(See Education section for additional information).
Licensure and Registration
Current, full and unrestricted license to practice medicine or surgery in a State, Territory, or Commonwealth of the
, or in the
District of Columbia
The physician must maintain current registration in the State of licensure if this is a requirement for continuing active, current licensure.
English Language Proficiency.
Physicians, including residents, appointed to direct patient-care positions must be proficient in spoken and written English as required by 38 U.S.C. 7402(d) and 7407(d).
See VA Directive and Handbook 5019.
IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR AND SPECIFIC. WE WILL NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE. If your resume does not support your questionnaire answers, we will not allow credit for your response(s).
The degree must have been obtained from one of the schools approved by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs for the year in which the course of study was completed.
Approved schools are:
Schools of medicine holding regular institutional membership in the Association of American Medical Colleges for the year in which the degree was granted.
Schools of osteopathic medicine approved by the American Osteopathic Association for the year in which the degree was granted.
Schools (including foreign schools) accepted by the licensing body of a State, Territory, or Commonwealth (i.e., Puerto Rico), or in the
District of Columbia
as qualifying for full or unrestricted licensure.
For residents, graduation from an approved medical school as described above is required except as provided in M-8, part II, chapter 1.
When applying for Federal Jobs, eligible Veterans should claim preference on their application or résumé. Applicants claiming preference based on service-connected disability, or based on being the spouse or mother of a disabled or deceased Veteran, must complete an SF 15, Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference. Veterans who are still in the service may be granted tentative preference on the basis of information contained in their applications, but they must produce a DD Form 214 or other proof prior to appointment to document entitlement to preference. For more information on Veterans' Preference, please visit
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
Your résumé and/or supporting documentation will be verified. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating or consideration for employment.
Working for the Department of Veterans Affairs offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes, in part, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, life insurance, health benefits, and participation in the Federal Employees Retirement System. In addition to traditional "dollars and cents" benefits, we offer a range of benefits to help balance work and life. For more information please visit us at
The Department of Veterans Affairs may offer Permanent Change of Station (PCS) relocation services. Permanent Change of Station is the relocation of a household due to government convenience in connection with a transfer between duty stations or facilities. For more information go to
Receiving Service Credit for Earning Annual (Vacation) Leave
: Federal Employees earn annual leave
at a rate (4, 6 or 8 hours per pay period) which is based on the number of years they have served as a Federal employee. VA may offer newly-appointed Federal employees credit for their job-related non-federal experience or active duty uniformed military service. This credited service can be used in determining the rate at which they earn annual leave.
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is a government-run military veteran benefit system with Cabinet-level status. It is...