Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center
Job Fair 2019
Register Nurses, and Licensed Practical Nurses and Medical Support Assistant and Housekeepers
June 20, 2019
Building 4 (Auditorium)
Bring your resume, unofficial transcript (s), and proof licensure. Interviews will be conducted onsite and highly qualified applicants may be hired the same day. For more information contact Human Resource Service at
(205) 554-2000 ext. 3745
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is the largest, most technologically advanced health care system in the United States. We’ve grown from 54 domestic hospitals in 1930, to over 1,200 VA health care facilities across the U.S., its territories and possessions, and the Philippines. We strive to provide a professional, supportive environment where our patients—and you—can thrive.
When you join us, you’ll receive a robust compensation package—competitive salaries, first-rate employment benefits, extensive education support, tuition reimbursement programs, nationwide job transfer opportunities, generous paid leave, and a variety of programs to help guide your professional growth and advancement.
But VA also has something that no other health care system can offer: the opportunity to serve our Nation’s Veterans.
Did you know?VHA... Provides clinical rotations to one out of every four professional nurses in the U.S. through affiliations with nursing schools.
Giving the best patient care
When you work for VA, you expand your options as a nurse. Our nurses are part of the interdisciplinary care team that includes physicians, therapists, and other health care specialists who decide the best course of care in both inpatient and outpatient settings. From staff and clinical careers to management, education, and research positions, VA offers our nurses a wider range of employment/practice settings and advancement opportunities, as well as the chance to work with the largest employer of nurses in the U.S.
Simply put, a nursing career within the VA health care system will allow you to make the most of your training and experience.
VA nurses have the opportunity to work in the following areas:
• Health systems management
• Acute care medicine/surgery
• Ambulatory care
• Critical care
• Emergency care
• Mental health
• Specialty services