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30+ days ago

Chief Radiologist

Department Of Veterans Affairs Montgomery, AL

$305,000.00 / Per Year OPEN PERIOD: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 to Friday, November 14, 2014 SERIES & GRADE: VM-0602-00 POSITION INFORMATION… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Interventional Radiologist

Department Of Veterans Affairs Little Rock, AR

This is an open continuous announcement. Applications will be forwarded every 30 days from date of opening until position is filled. Applicant's… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Diagnostic Radiologist Technologist (MR)

Department Of Veterans Affairs White River Junction, VT

Vacancy Identification Number (VIN): 1246780 (Include # on all documents) OUR… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Physician (Radiologist) Part-Time

Department Of Veterans Affairs Martinsburg, WV

WHO MAY APPLY: United State Citizens. Non-citizens may be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Interventional Radiologist (Fee Basis)

Department Of Veterans Affairs Little Rock, AR

This is an open continuous announcement. Applications will be forwarded every 30 days from date of opening until position is filled. Applicant's… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Staff Physician (Radiologist)

Department Of Veterans Affairs Long Beach, CA

WHO MAY APPLY: 8 hours per pay period. SECURITY CLEARANCE: Not Applicable SUPERVISORY STATUS: No JOB SUMMARY: VA LONG BEACH HEALTHCARE SYSTEM… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Fee Basis Physician (Radiologist)

Department Of Veterans Affairs Memphis, TN

Vacancy Identification Number (VIN): 1181918 The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) needs employees who… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Physician (Body Imaging Radiologist)

Department Of Veterans Affairs Minneapolis, MN

OUR MISSION: To fulfill President Lincoln's promise – "To care for him who shall have borne the battle… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Dermatologist

Department Of Veterans Affairs Chillicothe, OH

The Chillicothe and Ross County Community represents an ideal relocation opportunity and has been cited in popular periodicals as one of a… Department Of Veterans Affairs


30+ days ago

Physician (Dermatologist)

Department Of Veterans Affairs Columbia, SC +23 locations

Vacancy Identification Number (VIN): 1179448 This is an open continuous announcement and will be used to fill permanent full time, part time… Department Of Veterans Affairs


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    Social Work at its BEST!

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    Pros

    One of the great benefits of Social Work is the diversity that the field itself offers. As a Social Worker at the VA you have access to various practice areas. The VA offers medical care and beyond. Its comprehensive care allows social workers to practice in a variety of areas including: Nursing Home, Infectious Disease Clinics, Palliative Care, Oncology,. & Housing for Homeless Vets. Though there is no general Department of Social Services, like most hospitals, the Social Workers have a great rapport amongst each other, often collaborating resources, processing difficult cases and planning various training events.

    Cons

    As you find with many federal positions people often become complacent and aren't as professional and compassionate as they should be, as they feel that their jobs are thoroughly secure.

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    A greater commitment to providing free continuing education and career development. More incentives encouraging staff to go above & beyond. Which in return enhances the quality care that our nation's Veteran's receive.

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