Are you an experienced mental health care provider with an interest in growing your career and a passion for serving Veterans? The El Paso VA Health Care System in El Paso, Texas is looking for a full-time Chief of Mental Health to join their team.

In this role, you will manage a department of over 100 VA employees and handle the administrative oversight of two community-based outpatient clinics, a growing tele-mental health presence, and other programs. But this position is not purely administrative—you will have the opportunity to use your clinical background as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, working collaboratively with nurses, social workers, clerks, mid-level providers, and physicians.

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El Paso is the 6th largest city in the state of Texas, with a population of 700,000. Nestled between the rugged Franklin Mountains and the historic Rio Grande, this dynamic community combines the advantages of a major metropolitan center with the ambience and neighborly charm of a western town.

El Paso provides abundant cultural and entertainment opportunities, year-round sports and outdoor recreation, the lowest crime rate of any major city in the continental US, and some of the best weather conditions on the planet. The sun shines 300 days a year! It has affordable housing, an extremely favorable low cost of living index, a medical school, several universities and a community college. People from all over come here to live, work, gather for business and retire.

To learn more about a career at VA and to apply directly to this position, visit VAcareers.va.gov.

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Published on Nov. 14, 2014

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