VA is seeking to quickly fill housekeeping positions across the nation with quality employees that can help Veterans get better fast.
Panelists give advice to military spouses looking for jobs through the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) program.
As the COVID-19 situation unfolds in the U.S., VA needs retired VA and federal clinicians to help continue providing Veterans the highest level of care.
VA offers various programs for Veterans and their transitioning military spouses that support their search for a successful civilian career.
VA Medical Center executive directors pave the way for innovation in Veterans’ care.
Whether it’s an LPN certification or a doctorate in psychology, pursuing one of these five educational programs can help boost your VA application.
Any one of us can have a setback in life and find ourselves in an emotional crisis. Veterans may experience these issues more intensely due to military …
Military spouses can get answers to employment questions during a one-hour Facebook Live event starting at 3 p.m. Eastern time Feb. 20. “If you’re a …
VA Palo Alto Health Care System Director Thomas Fitzgerald discusses his post-military career path at VA and Intermediate Care Technician careers.
At VA, discover a career with competitive pay, opportunities for growth and mobility, a wealth of benefits and rich rewards.
Want to help shape Veterans’ health care? Apply to become a VA Medical Center Executive Director in one of 12 cities across the country.
In partnership with the DOD’s Military Spouse Employment Partnership program, VA is actively recruiting military spouses for meaningful careers.