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Top educational institutions

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Central Texas College
Community College of the Air Force

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Age

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Gender ratio

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GenderRatio
male56.9%
female43.1%

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Years in positionPercentage who advanced
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General Hospitals
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History

The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a federal agency. VA provides benefits, support, and healthcare services to military veterans. Led by the Secretary of Veteran Affairs, VA employs nSee more

Address

Multiple locations

Size

Large

Founded

1930

Type

Government

Industry

Public Health / Education / Veterans Administration Companies

Departments

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FieldRatio
other occupation40.4%
Administrative10.6%
Community / Social Service9.6%
Business Operations8.1%
Registered Nurses7.2%
Computer / IT7.1%
Management6.2%

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Staff AnesthesiologistU.S. Department of Veterans AffairsLittle Rock, AR
The Central Arkansas VA Health Care System (CAVHS) in Little Rock, AR is currently recruiting one full-time Physician to serve as a Staff Anesthesiologist in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit and general operating rooms (non-citizens including J-1 and H-...Read more
CT Technologist Opportunity in BronxU.S. Department of Veterans AffairsNew York, NY
The Bronx, NY Veterans Affairs Medical Center is recruiting a full-time CT Tech! Perform all routine, special and complex CT (Computerized Tomography) radiographic procedures including routine, vascular (cardiac and non-cardiac), musculoskeletal and...Read more
Supervisory Biomedical EngineerU.S. Department of Veterans AffairsNew York, NY
The Bronx, NY Veterans Affairs Medical Center is seeking a highly qualified and motivated Supervisory Biomedical Engineer! The Healthcare technology department consists of Biomedical Engineers, Supervisory Biomedical Equipment Support Specialist (BESS...Read more
Medical TechnologistU.S. Department of Veterans AffairsNew York, NY
The Manhattan Veterans Affairs Medical Center is recruiting for GENERAL & MICROBIOLOGY Medical Technologists to care for our Nation’s Heroes! You will develop, perform, evaluate, interpret, correlate and validate the accuracy of laboratory procedures and...Read more
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NeurosurgeonUS Department of Veterans AffairsBoston, MA
Help our Heroes in Boston!! Recruitment/relocation incentive may be authorized The Division of neurosurgery at the VA Boston Health Care System (VABHCS) affiliated with the Department of NeurosurgeryRead more
Inpatient psychiatristUS Department of Veterans AffairsMuskogee, OK
The Jack C Montgomery VA Medical Center (VAMC) in Muskogee Oklahoma is seeking a inpatient psychiatrist to serve inpatient behavioral health service. The Mental Health Service at the Jack C MontgomeryRead more
Emergency room nurseUS Department of Veterans AffairsConyers, GA
RN Emergency Room (Atlanta VA Medical Center) Location: Atlanta, Georgia Salary: $58,798 $107,789 Full Time Experienced Must have at a minimum of 12 months of current and active RN experienceRead more
Pulmonary critical care sleep medicine physicianUS Department of Veterans AffairsAlbany, NY
The Albany, New York Veterans Affairs Medical Center is recruiting a Pulmonary/Critical Care/Sleep Medicine physician. The Pulmonary/Critical Care/Sleep Section is a pillar of the institution andRead more
Staff psychiatristUS Department of Veterans AffairsSalisbury, NC
Pay: Competitive salary, annual performance bonus, regular salary increases. Paid Time Off: Annual leave at the rate of eight (8) hours per biweekly pay period; Sick leave at the rate of four (4)Read more
Sas data analystUS Department of Veterans AffairsBoston, MA
We seek a research programmer/analyst with very strong command of SAS, including use of data steps to merge multiple datasets from different sources to create new working databases. In addition to 2-3Read more
Clinical research coordinatorUS Department of Veterans AffairsSeattle, WA
Clinical Research Coordinator needed for a series of studies based at the VA Puget Sound - Seattle. Demonstrated abilities of a successful applicant will include attention to detail, highly organized,Read more
Chief nurse - peri-operativeUS Department of Veterans AffairsCalifornia, PA
Summary Recruitment/Relocation Incentive: Approved The Chief Nurse of Peri-Operative services provides executive leadership and assumes continuing and substantial responsibility for the coordinationRead more
Equal opportunity managerUS Department of Veterans AffairsPine, PA
Summary The Equal Employment manager acts as the facility's principal adviser for EEO matters and reports directly to the Director, Iowa City VA Health Care System. Learn more about this agencyRead more
Student trainee (admin/ofc mgmt) - palo altoUS Department of Veterans AffairsCalifornia, PA
Summary This position is being filled under the Pathways Internship Program. The program is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school toRead more
Equal opportunity managerUS Department of Veterans AffairsPine Township, PA
Summary The Equal Employment manager acts as the facility's principal adviser for EEO matters and reports directly to the Director, Iowa City VA Health Care System. Learn more about this agencyRead more
Staff physician geriatricsUS Department of Veterans AffairsCenter, IN
The Indianapolis VA Medical Center is recruiting for a full-time Geriatric Staff Physician. Desirable candidate will be BC/BE in Geriatrics. Academic qualifications suitable for a faculty appointmentRead more
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2.8
84 ratings
3.3
Salary & Benefits
2.2
Professional growth
3.0
Work-Life balance
2.6
Recognition & Support
2.8
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A great place to work and belong to.

5.0
Geriatrics fellow - Memphis, TN - January 4, 2022
Geriatrics fellowship, outpatients Geriatric evaluation management, rehabilitation, palliative, wound care!
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life Balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly and regulated work ethics.
Cons
Not applicable

Awful place to work if you are a contractor!

1.0
Contractor - Washington, DC - December 9, 2021
If you are a Federal government worker, management treats you better and you have job stability. However, if you are a contractor, you risk losing your job to another company if the term of the contract is up. Management knew that our contract was approaching the end and other companies bid and one won the contract after a 3 year period. Upper management didn't tell our team and we were led to believe that we were working on at least another 3 year contract. We were lied to and mislead and we all lost our jobs to another company. Poor management, except for CVA and OSDBU Federal leads. To be fair, I can only speak about the people that I worked directly with. My supervisor in particular was extremely rude, controlling and just plain nasty to the people on our team. One of the worst places that I have ever worked! The only joy in working there was knowing that your work helped the veterans who served our country and deserved the best.
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life Balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Nice team of coworkers
Cons
Horrible management, deception at the highest level regarding job security for contractors

Fun Workplace with very little support from management

3.0
Veterans Service Representative - New York, NY - September 21, 2021
I cannot work effectively within a quota system. The VA operates within this kind of environment. It's very intense and very, very demanding. You must clear at least 13 to 15 claims per day, 60 to 70 per week. If you fall below these standards you are disciplined and if you do not improve you are asked to resign. it's all about your output. You or your future development is not their concern. It's all number's driven and I was a veteran, the people who I was supervised by never ever served a day in their life. So how they can relate to veterans I will never understand. Did they display any compassion no, it was always about your output numbers and how they appeared in the eyes of the VA Administration back in Washington, DC.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life Balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
2/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friends made within the agency
Cons
No Parking

Inventory mess

2.6
Logistic Inventory Supervisor - Atlanta, GA - July 28, 2021
Employees are not properly trained in inventory process. Blame is sought over trying to fix inventory problems.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life Balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
2/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Ability to help veterans.
Cons
Out of date inventory systems.

Good place to work

3.8
Legal Administrative Specialist - Phoenix, AZ - July 10, 2021
The VA is good for diversity, community and transparency. Most people I know enjoy working for the VA and I can agree with that feeling
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life Balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Good pay and paid holidays
Cons
No room for growth

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