Let’s face it. Some jobs might meet your basic needs, but they leave you each day with the sense that “there must be something else.” Maybe you’re not learning enough. Or you don’t see a clear path to the next stage in your career. Or it’s simply unfulfilling in your personal quest to have a meaningful impact on the world. If any of those issues rings true, we suggest you check out the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), where we’re dedicated to helping you become a more effective professional and leader.
We support your continuing education
That’s right. Unlike some organizations where you may have to beg to take one course every few months, we view learning as part and parcel of your job. Our aim, like yours, is to have you be the best at what you do. And if you decide that you’d rather do something else, we can help you there, too. That’s because VHA believes in continuous learning as the route to having the best possible care for America’s veterans. Check out the many ways we support professional education and leadership development.
Incentives to inspire your growth
We know that, like many in the health care profession, your prime motivator goes beyond typical compensation and benefits. But we also affirm that valuable work should be rewarded fairly according to meaningful factors: education, training, experience. For most of our health care occupations, a professional standards board recommends starting salaries and pay increases according to those factors and competitive with the private sector. As with education, our overall compensation program signifies an investment in your potential and future.
Would you like to explore a meaningful, rewarding career? Find what you’ve been seeking through a career with us and Join VA.