Veterans Benefits Administration rehiring federal retirees


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UPDATED 1/3/2018: The correct email address has been added to the last paragraph.

The Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) is offering positions that enable retired federal employees to return to service as rehired annuitants. Your skills and experience can help advance our mission, ensuring Veterans and their families have the benefits and services they need to lead happier, healthier lives. Make a difference mentoring our entry- and mid-level staff; supplying on-the-job training; working on short-term projects and/or surges; providing knowledge for best practices; and supporting program managers.

As a rehired annuitant at VBA, you’ll enjoy a competitive salary and other perks, including a supplement toward your retirement income with a potential increase in your retirement benefits; flexible work schedules; and potential eligibility for federal health benefits. While in most cases you will keep your full annuity, your new salary may be reduced by the amount of your annuity.

Current available positions:
GS-0996: Veteran Service Representatives (VSR) – GS-10/11
GS-0996: Rating Veteran Service Representatives (RVSR) – GS-12
Salaries: $53,925 – $ 77,019
Locations: Geographic Location Negotiable/Varies

To apply, please submit your notice of interest and resume to OCHCOOperations.VBACO@va.gov and an HR Specialist will contact you soon.

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  1. Yasin Aydın    

    As a rehired annuitant at VBA, you’ll enjoy a competitive salary and other perks, including a supplement toward your retirement income with a potential increase in your retirement benefits; flexible work schedules; and potential eligibility for federal health benefits. güvenlik kamera sistemi
    While in most cases you will keep your full annuity, your new salary may be reduced by the amount of your annuity.

    1. joellyn elmorsy    

      The email is not successful. Keeps being returned. Is there an alternative contact or other contact info please?

      1. Gary Hicks    

        We are looking for some better contact information. If may be next week due to the holiday.

  2. Martin J Barteski    

    I am a Service-Connected disabled veteran (10%) Non-Service Connected (100%). I am not retired. I was honorably discharged in 1968 after serving 4 years in Navy. I achieved E-5 status as a Radioman w/TTY Repair training. How may I be of service?

  3. Robert Cala    

    SFC 100% medically (not P&T yet) retired, Clinical Psychology & Mental Health Counselor (recently graduated). Recently approved for SSDI but hasn’t withdraw any payment yet; willing to offer clinical relief to my fellow vets, but worries about my benefits. Any information will be greatly appreciated.

  4. Robert Cala    

    SFC 100% medically (not P&T yet) retired, Clinical Psychology & Mental Health Counselor (recently graduated). Recently approved for SSDI but hasn’t withdrawn any payment yet; willing to offer clinical relief to my fellow vets, but worries about my benefits. Any information will be greatly appreciated.

  5. Puddinj    

    Retired from active duty 20 years, early (postponed) retirement from VHA not receiving any annuity
    yet and 100% disabled. Worked as a Program Support Assistant 11 years and 2 years as Compensation & Pension Secretary. Would like to be of service in a part time capacity. Please provide any information available.

  6. joellyn elmorsy    

    What a great opportunity ! I am a retired VA nurse with a strong desire to help Vets navigate through the system for optimim results. I would love to put my skills to use for the Vets again, especially in this capacity.

    Thank You
    JoEllyn
    (Contact information redacted.)

    Please send me a viable email address along with all other contact information.

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