US Department of Veteran’s Affairs

The US Department of Veterans Affairs provides patient care and federal benefits to veterans and their dependents.

US Department of Veterans Affairs is a nationwide medical facility. And with well over 250,000 employees,  the largest and most technologically advanced health care systems in the world.

WHAT THEY DO –  The Department of Veterans Affairs provide the men and women who have served this country with the finest patient care, benefits and customer satisfaction. In just one year, they cared for 5.5 million Veterans making them the most diverse, challenging and rewarding mission in the United States Government.

With more than 1,400 sites of care nationwide, your VA career possibilities are practically endless. Not sure what you want to do? With a vast array of opportunities that encompasses 153 medical centers, 909 ambulatory and community-based outpatient clinics, 135 nursing homes, 232 Veterans centers, 47 readjustment counseling centers, and 108 comprehensive home-care programs, you can start your VA career just about anywhere.

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Psychologist Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Dublin, Georgia US 05/22/2018
Carl Vinson VAMC is seeking psychologists in various areas within Mental Health, which include Substance Abuse, Primary Care/Mental Health Integration, PCT, PTSD, Out Patient Mental Health, Compensation and Pension, SATP and Mental Health Residential Treatment Program. The psychologist assigned to any position of Mental Health Service Line will provide a full range of psycho-diagnostic services including use of psychological testing for patients receiving Mental Health services and others as ... More
Psychologist Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Sanford, Maine US 05/22/2018
This position is located at the Sanford ME Vet Center. Duties include but are not limited to: Complete psycho-social assessments and military history. This information gathering will be directed toward identification of problem areas that hamper an active duty service member or Veteran's successfulreadjustment. Upon first contact, mental health screening will include an assessment of harm to self or others and the client's ability to provide for self (shelter, food, emergent medical care, etc.) ... More
Psychologist Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration San Antonio, Texas US 05/20/2018
Has limited clinical program management responsibilities, which include the operation and management of various psychology or mental health programs within the South Texas Veterans Health Care System (STVHCS). May serve as first line/direct supervisor for a few employees in lower grades. Has responsibility for and oversight of the administrative and programmatic resources of various clinical programs that are specialized/complex and significantly impact the delivery of health care service to ... More
Advanced Practice Nurse-Mental Health VN-0610-00 Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Saint Cloud, Minnesota US 05/20/2018
The incumbent works in the Outpatient Clinic of the Mental Health Service Line and functions within a defined scope of practice. Primarily functions as direct care provider for a caseload of veterans with psychiatric illness and/or substance abuse. Responsibilities include assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental health problems and includes initiating and adjusting therapeutic regimens, ordering diagnostic and therapeutic tests/studies, initiating consults and referrals, and prescribing ... More
Registered Nurse - Assistant Nurse Manager (Mental Health) Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration San Antonio, Texas US 05/20/2018
The Inpatient Mental Health Assistant Nurse Manager will provide leadership oversight for Inpatient Mental Health services for the delivery of a broad range of mental health care services. He/she will function as a supervisor and assistant to the nurse manager in the operation of personnel and programs on the inpatient MH units. This includes the management, supervision and evaluation of care delivered by nursing and other allied health care staff. As a registered nurse, is also responsible ... More
Nurse Practioner, Mental Health Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Hickory, North Carolina US 05/20/2018
Duties for this position include but are not limited to the following: Manages and provide wellness and illness care to an assigned group of patients. This includes assessment, diagnosis, ordering and interpreting diagnostic studies, prescribing medications and treatment plans when applicable and evaluating treatment outcomes. Counsel patients in health promotion/disease prevention strategies. Collaborates with patients and other care providers to evaluate ... More
Advanced Practice Nurse - PCMHI-Mental Health VN-0610-00 Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Saint Cloud, Minnesota US 05/20/2018
The Advanced Practice Registered Nurse executes position responsibilities that demonstrate leadership, experience, and creative approaches to the management of complex client care. The incumbent functions autonomously within a defined scope of practice and ongoing collaboration with physician and interdisciplinary team. The incumbent is a member of the Primary Care- Mental Health integration team assigned to provide co-located collaborative care to promote effective treatment ... More
Advanced Practice Nurse, Mental Health AD-0610-00 Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Saint Cloud, Minnesota US 05/20/2018
The incumbent works in the Outpatient Clinic of the Mental Health Service Line and functions within a defined scope of practice. Primarily functions as direct care provider for a caseload of veterans with psychiatric illness and/or substance abuse. Responsibilities include assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental health problems and includes initiating and adjusting therapeutic regimens, ordering diagnostic and therapeutic tests/studies, initiating consults and referrals, and prescribing ... More
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Anderson, South Carolina US 05/20/2018
The Incumbent works in the Mental Health Intensive Case Management Program (MHICM and MHICM Range) at the WJBD VAMC, Columbia, South Carolina or associated Community Based Outpatient Clinics.The incumbent executes position responsibilities that demonstrate leadership, experience, and creative approaches to management of complex patient care especially for the seriously mentally ill (SMI) patients. He/she is responsible for the documented outcomes at the program or service level outcomes ... More
Director of Nursing - Mental Health and Outpatient Specialty Care Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Seattle, Washington US 05/20/2018
Duties include but are not limited to: Provides executive input in the strategic planning, budget mission, operational planning and policy development for local and network efforts. Utilizes current trends and relevant theories in an analytical framework to design/modify, implement and measure integrated programs and activities to achieve clinical and administrative goals of the medical center and/or network; evaluates outcomes against strategic priorities. Demonstrates ... More
Registered Nurse (Associate Chief of Staff for Mental Health) Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Gainesville, Florida US 05/19/2018
This position reports directly to the Chief of Staff (COS). The incumbent is responsible for setting overall goals for the MHSL that comply and support Veterans Administration (VA), Veterans Heath Administration (VHA), Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN), and NF/SGVHS strategic goals and objectives. The incumbent exercises exceptional latitude in the planning, design, implementation, accomplishment, ongoing evaluation and measurement of program responsibilities and is responsible ... More
Chief, Mental Health Registered Nurse Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Huntington, West Virginia US 05/19/2018
The incumbent will also provide treatment services in a multi-disciplinary setting composed of psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers, nurse practitioners, psychopharmacologists, and nurses. Other responsibilities will be as assigned by the Chief of Staff, based on organizational needs and employee competence. Other duties will include, but are limited to the following: Plans, implements, and provides clinical and administrative oversight to Mental ... More
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