With jobs open at VA facilities across the country, our recruiters are hard at work meeting with potential new hires, at both virtual and in-person events.

We’ll be attending:

Join us at one of these events and find out what it means to work at VA, where we value top talent and our employees. Support those who served and enjoy a wealth of benefits, including competitive pay, high-quality insurance plans, generous time off and more.

Connect virtually at AMSUS

First up is a chance to meet our recruiters online at the AMSUS Virtual Annual Meeting from Feb. 22-25.

AMSUS, the Society of Federal Health Professionals, is a nonprofit organization serving VA, Department of Defense and other organizations. It aims to support federal health professionals and their families, and it advocates for advancing and improving health for all Americans.

The annual meeting, which you can register for here, will feature live-streamed plenary and breakout sessions, speakers and Q&A sessions. VA recruiters will be available at virtual booth 5.

Virtual open house

Next, we’ll be hosting a virtual career fair on Wednesday, Feb. 23. Get tailored answers to your specific questions about VA careers through a text chat with one of our recruiters.

We’re searching for those who work in critical care units, including the intensive care unit and the progressive care unit, as well as medical-surgical units, mental health departments and community living centers.

There will be a booth for the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, which is looking for full-time, permanent registered nurses, health technicians and nursing assistants, as well as specialty booths for physician assistants, medical technologists and medical support assistants.

Learn about orthopedic careers at VA

We’ll also be attending the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting in Chicago from March 22-26. Stop by our booth and explore how you can grow your orthopedic career at VA.

Register here to join world leaders for five days of innovation, education and networking at this world-renowned conference. AAOS requires that attendees be vaccinated or show proof of a negative COVID test.

Explore opportunities for Hispanic physicians

The National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) represents the interests of 50,000 Hispanic licensed physicians across the U.S.

The NHMA annual meeting is March 30-April 4 in Crystal City, Virginia, and includes workshops, panels, continuing medical education and networking. Register here to attend.

At VA, we’re committed to ensuring that our staff reflects the diversity of the Veterans that we serve, and we’ll be on hand to discuss physician opportunities at VA.

Consider an executive career

Join VA at the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Congress on Healthcare Leadership in Chicago from March 28-31. Attend educational and networking sessions and meet our recruiters at the VA booth.

Millions of Veterans count on VA to improve the quality of their lives with exceptional health care. Speak to our recruiters to learn how you can help us deliver on this very important mission with a leadership career at VA.

For your safety, attendees must be fully vaccinated. Make sure to register by March 7 for an early-bird discount.

Explore family physician careers

The Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians welcomes family physicians to register for its Annual Meeting and Exposition, themed “Smarter Together; Stronger Together; BETTER Together.”

The event will be held from March 30-April 4 at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel in Anaheim, California. Learn and connect through lecture sessions, workshops and a research competition.

Don’t forget to stop by the VA booth and meet our recruiters. They’ll be on hand to chat about how you’ll receive unparalleled opportunities to enjoy the science of medicine and grow as a professional at VA.

Find more information and register for the event here.

Work at VA

Are you ready to take the next step toward a rewarding VA career? Join us at an upcoming event.

Note: Attendance at these events is subject to change due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

By VA Careers

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Published on Feb. 18, 2022

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  1. BECKY L CROSS February 19, 2022 at 3:58 pm

    What the VA does to its disabled veterans is lie, delay, deny, then ignore.

  2. Martin Nagel February 19, 2022 at 10:29 am

    Thank you for the update

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