Are you looking to make a meaningful impact on the lives of Veterans? We’re hiring deputy executive directors to help lead medical care delivery for our nation’s heroes at more than a dozen medical facilities.
Health system administrators are invited to apply for open positions in 16 locations across the country:
- Little Rock, Arkansas.
- Phoenix, Arizona.
- Palo Alto, California.
- West Haven, Connecticut.
- Gainesville, Florida.
- Augusta, Georgia.
- Boston, Massachusetts.
- Saint Louis, Missouri.
- Brooklyn, New York.
- Portland, Oregon.
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
- Nashville, Tennessee.
- Dallas, Texas.
- San Antonio, Texas.
- Temple, Texas.
- Seattle, Washington.
Working with the medical center executive director, you’ll help make vital decisions that affect patient care at the local level.
“Deputy executive directors are a key part of the leadership team at our medical centers,” said Darren Sherrard, associate director of recruitment and marketing at VA. “Their commitment and dedication ensure that we can continue to provide the highest quality medical care to Veterans.”
Make an impact
Join our team of clinicians, nurses, mental health professionals, medical technicians and support staff who work hard to carry out VA’s mission with honor and integrity every day.
As deputy executive director, you’ll help make key choices that directly impact quality of life for Veterans and advance the level of care we provide as a health care system.
You’ll be involved with decision-making at the highest level, calling on the leadership and strategic thinking skills you’ve developed over your career as a health administrator. You’ll help set medical center goals and policy, evaluate patient care services and make any necessary adjustments to improve services.
You’ll also coordinate a clinical and administrative quality assurance program and ensure patients are satisfied with the care they receive. You’ll be involved with financial planning, helping develop a balanced budget and allocating resources to provide the best possible medical care.
VA leadership positions come with a competitive salary and unbeatable benefits, including premium-paid medical, vision and dental insurance; a generous retirement package; up to 49 days of paid time off per year; paid parental leave; and flexible schedules.
Work at VA
Use your leadership experience to make a difference. Consider a career as VA deputy executive director today.
- APPLY for an open VAMC deputy executive director position.
- LEARN more about VA senior leadership positions.
- READ tips on how to navigate the hiring process.
- EXPLORE our website at www.VAcareers.va.gov.
NOTE: Positions listed in this post were open at the time of publication. All current available positions are listed at USAJobs.gov.