Ready to take your nursing career to the next level, with competitive pay and federal benefits? Nurses are needed to fill critical roles in Veteran care at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center (VAMC) in Clarksburg, West Virginia.

If you’re ready to join a dedicated team in a state-of-the-art facility, look no further.

Start your VA journey

In an effort to fill vacancies for registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and nursing assistants, the Louis A. Johnson VAMC will host an on-site open house and job fair from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022.

Those interested in pursuing positions in Clarksburg should bring an updated resume and a list of three references to the event, where interviews will be conducted.

If you can’t attend the event but are still interested in joining the team at the Clarksburg VAMC, we encourage you to review our list of available positions and email your resume to vhaclanursingrecruitment@va.gov.

The Mountain State

According to a survey studying moving patterns throughout the United States in 2021, West Virginia was among the top five states that saw an increase in residency during the year.

Digging deeper into the survey, people moved to West Virginia for a variety of reasons, including family, lifestyle and cost of living. Many who chose West Virginia as their new home were 35 to 44 years old, solidifying the state as a destination for professionals looking for a change.

Clarksburg, in particular, has a lot to recommend it as well. The median home value is $83,375, far less expensive than the already affordable median home value of West Virginia overall, which clocks in at just under $125,000.

In turn, the cost of living in Clarksburg is rated at 16% less than the national average. Your hard-earned money can go farther without having to give up the conveniences of city life. The availability of amenities is cited as one of the most popular reasons to live in Clarksburg.

Our mission, your career

Nurses are the backbone of VA’s health system and have a profound impact on the lives of Veterans every day. As you consider a career in nursing with VA, keep in mind that there are many benefits that come with the job – beyond the greatest mission in all of health care.

We offer our employees strong starting salaries based on education, training and experience. Our flexible schedules offer plenty of downtime to reset your work-life balance. With 13 to 26 paid vacation/personal days, 13 sick days annually with no limit on accumulation, and 11 paid federal holidays each year, we offer lots of time to enjoy all the good things that a place like West Virginia has to offer.

Taking the next step in your VA career couldn’t be easier for nurses. We offer unrestricted licensing and relocation, so typically you won’t lose any benefits, accumulated paid leave or pay when you transfer from another VA facility. If the time comes when you choose to move on, you’ll be eligible to work at any of our 1,300 facilities across the nation and in some U.S. territories.

Work at VA

Find a new home for yourself and your career at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in the rolling hills of West Virginia.

NOTE: Positions listed in this post were open at the time of publication. All current available positions are listed at USAJobs.gov.

By VA Careers

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