Make the most of your military experience with VA


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VA is proud to offer transitioning military members unique career opportunities to continue their service to America. With your training, discipline and wisdom, you understand our patients better than anyone and can make the greatest difference in their lives. We value the experience you bring to the table and are committed to helping you translate your skills into a thriving civilian career.

The Intermediate Care Technician (ICT) Program is a career track that builds on the training and experience of military health care professionals, including medics, hospital corpsmen, health service technicians and para rescue specialists. Positions in non-clinical areas are also available. No matter your field of interest, VA supports your transition into a satisfying career that suits you best. Our comprehensive benefits, education support, competitive pay and other resources empower you to live life to the fullest—professionally and personally.

ChooseVA is a great resource where Veterans can explore the full range of VA benefits and services in one convenient place. Hear firsthand accounts from Veterans and other employees about all VA can offer you.

VA also gives hiring preference to Veterans applying for competitive roles. To qualify, you must meet the following requirements:

• Are applying to a position listed as an Excepted Career
• Were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable
• Were not retired from service (you may be medically retired and qualify for disabled preference eligibility)

Consider a career with VA, where you can make the most of your military experience back home and hit the ground running toward a successful future. Plus, you can continue serving your fellow servicemen and women. Ready to join VA? Explore our current opportunities and apply today.

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  1. Fred Rudnick    

    Transitioning can be very hard. Life after the military seems so slow, dull and sometimes confusing. These guys will help and other community nonprofits as well. The key thing is … you have to let them know 1st.

    -Fred

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