US Department of Veterans Affairs Careers and Employment
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Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is the nation’s largest integrated health care system, providing comprehensive patient care to Veterans and their families. At the same time, we offer career opportunities to a wide range of professionals—from physicians, nurses and pharmacists, to people in IT, administration and other non-clinical areas.
As part of our dedicated team, you’ll be able to give back to Veterans while enjoying a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, a healthy work-life balance and much more. Explore our available positions today, and discover a future filled with promise.
Why Choose VA for your healthcare career? To serve with and for the Veterans who’ve served us.
Your choice of a career at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) means joining thousands of physicians, nurses, mental health and allied health professionals, pharmacists and nonclinical support staff building careers based on giving back.
At VA, work on integrated teams improving care for 9 million enrolled Veterans while enjoying a competitive salary, paid days off, comprehensive benefits, a healthy work-life balance and much more. Search open positions across the United States and its territories and consider choosing VA for your healthcare career. Apply today at the links below.
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Physicians & Surgeons
Many different skill level to assist. Decentralized support for Tier I support.
I had about 30 minutes of work that I had to make last all day long on most days which makes for some very long, unproductive, boring days and some days, like time card days, I had about 4 days worth of work management wanted completed by noon with many fires to extinguish, very stressful!!
Typical day can be 8-4:30 or an alternate schedule. Have enjoyed working with veterans. Hardest part of the job is hearing traumatic stories, most enjoyable part is seeing people make progress.
the veterans are great group to work with and staff are well rounded. Enjoy the workplace here. Management is approachable. this is all i can say for now.
I loved my job at the VA and is an honor to take care of our Veterans . Unlike the private sector Hospitals who treat you like nobody . The VA work environment felt more like family 😁
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