VA takes a holistic approach to Veteran care—that includes comprehensive rehabilitation services to improve day-to-day life. As the nation’s largest employer of occupational therapists, helping Veterans reclaim their independence and get back to the activities they enjoy is a priority. Occupational therapists at VA make major contributions to the interdisciplinary development of patient care plans. They also have access to robust education and research opportunities, and apply the latest technological advances across a range of practice settings, including spinal cord injury, polytrauma and cognitive rehabilitation.

Are you interested in helping America’s heroes lead happier, more fulfilling lives? If so, we encourage you to become an occupational therapist on our dedicated team. We offer competitive salaries, education support, nationwide job transfer opportunities, outstanding benefits and more. Plus, you’ll only need one active, full and unrestricted state license to practice in any U.S. state or territory. Discover a rewarding career giving back to the brave men and women who’ve served. To get started, learn more about our open positions and apply today.

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Published on Apr. 20, 2018

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