Executives needed to lead Veteran care in six cities

Shape Veterans’ health care as a VA Medical Center executive director in one of six cities across the country


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You have the skill set, experience and expertise to impart meaningful change in an organization. Now, you can put those qualities to work making an impact on the care of over 9 million Veterans at VA Medical Centers. Are you ready to lead care delivery for the nation’s heroes in your community?

Licensed physician/dental officers and health system administrators prepared for this challenge are invited to apply for open positions in six cities: Battle Creek, Michigan; Cincinnati, Ohio; Coatesville, Pennsylvania; Poplar Bluff, Missouri; Tomah, Wisconsin; and Wichita, Kansas.

As a VA Medical Center executive director, you would help lead thousands of clinicians, nurses, mental health professionals, medical technicians and support staff who carry out VA’s mission with honor and integrity.

“VA’s culture is defined by its core values: integrity, commitment, advocacy, respect and excellence,” said Darren Sherrard, associate director of recruitment and marketing at VA. “As part of our executive team, your many functions — community leader, manager, mentor, team builder and more — are all focused on how to best serve Veterans.”

Choose VA to shape care

As VAMC executive director, you carry out key decisions that directly impact Veterans’ health care at the local level and advance the quality of care that VA provides overall. You’ll also influence the medical facility’s culture and service to the most diverse population of Veterans in history. You are responsible for the financially sound direction and operation of the medical center. You report to the Veterans Integrated Service Network director for your region.

VA is also seeking candidates to fill these other senior leadership positions:

VA leadership positions come with the following benefits:

  • Competitive salary and premium-paid medical, vision and dental insurance.
  • A generous retirement that includes Social Security, a federal pension and a 401(k)-type plan with up to 5% in employer contributions.
  • Up to 49 days of paid time off per year (26 days of annual leave, 13 days of sick leave and 10 federal holidays).
  • Reimbursement for relocation expenses (conditions apply).

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Comments

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  3. Melody cecelia swofford    

    I am interested in an executive position at the Tomah VA. I am a 10 year veteran with the Army Nurse Corpe and I hold an advanced degree in Health Care Management/Administration. I have overr thirty years experience in the health care field, civilian and military.

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