VA offers a robust package of Professional, Insurance, Financial and Retirement Benefits that is unmatched in the private sector. For travel positions, benefits may vary based on the length and type of appointment. CLICK HERE to learn more.
An outstanding number of health insurance plans from which to choose are available to VA employees. CLICK HERE to learn more.
VA is proud to offer salaries that are competitive with the private sector. CLICK HERE to learn more.
We know that a well-rested medical staff has a direct impact on producing positive patient outcomes. As such, we’ve gone through great lengths to provide employees with a superior work/life balance. CLICK HERE to learn more.
We understand that continuous learning is essential to medical professionals and encourage VA employees to pursue higher education by offering comprehensive education support programs. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Good health insurance, earn paid sick and annual leave, good retirement plans. Everything from reimbursement for taking public transportation to discounts at many companies as a federal employee. Learn about different benefits available because there are so many for different situations.
The worst thing is to find out that there is a vast difference in bonus pay between the professional staff and the Front line staff; especially the way that it is awarded.
Well rounded and generous package
Best thing is the paid time off. After 3 years (either in the military or working for the federal government as a civilian), you get 160 hours paid vacation, 104 hours paid sick leave, plus 10 paid holidays.
Best: The retirement package is great. Worst: No fertility assistance program.
Great medical insurance, retirement plan, yearly raises, bonus depending on performance, employee assistance for personal attorney expenses and for other personal needs such as childcare
Benefits are great and I encourage people to apply. You can build a wonderful career and retire comfortably. Go for it!
VA has a great benefits package.
Best: Many options for different health insurance plans. Worst: Plans are more expensive than I thought they would be for a health care system.
TSP, health and dental, life insurance, earned annual leave and sick leave, overtime eligible.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.