Veterans

December 7, 2012

CalVet hiring for West Los Angeles home

The Veterans Home of California in West Los Angeles has at least 20 full-time positions available now – and more positions are anticipated.

The stunning, new state-of-the-art facility has the capability to care for 396 Veterans in two levels of care: a skilled nursing neighborhood with Memory Care; and an assisted living neighborhood.

“The California Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for men and women to give back to those heroes who have given so much for our country,” said Peter J. Gravett, Secretary of the California Department of Veterans Affairs.

Working for the California Department of Veterans Affairs is very rewarding. The Department offers: A unique opportunity to serve those men and women who served their country; a rewarding, civil service career path; excellent state of California health care, dental and vision benefits for the whole family; state of California retirement plans; 401K plans also available; a beautiful working environment; opportunities for advancement; training, and more.

Positions available immediately include:

Activity Coordinators Physical Therapist I

Certified Nursing Assistants Rehabilitation Therapist–State Facilities (Recreation)

Supervising Nurse III (Director of Nursing) Resident Care Unit Leader

Director of Dietetics RD Senior Psychologist Supervisor (Health Facility)

Licensed Vocational and Registered Nurses Speech Pathologist I

Nurse Instructor (Electronic Medical Records) Staff Psychiatrist

Occupational Therapist Supervising Rehabilitation (Recreation)Therapist.

Job seekers can apply for the examinations now at: http://www.calvet.ca.gov/AboutUs/Jobs/Default.aspx. Positions are being updated regularly and more job opportunities are expected. Job seekers are encouraged to log on to the website regularly for new and updated positions.

Veterans and disabled Veterans are encouraged to apply, and will receive preference points on all state of California examinations!

Many positions are also available at the Barstow, Chula Vista, Fresno, Lancaster, Redding, Ventura and Yountville Veterans Homes of California.

California has the largest number of veterans in the nation with nearly 2 million veterans calling the Golden State home, making up about 10 percent of the nation’s total veteran population

For more information regarding CalVet employment, veterans benefits, Veterans homes of California, educational resources, services, CalVet Home Loans, veterans license plates, and more, please log on to the CalVet’s website at www.calvet.ca.gov.

 




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