CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — With the current national nursing shortage, the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center is hoping to find additional help and held its second nursing career fair this Saturday.
The job fair hiring event was looking for nurses, nursing assistants and other nursing professionals who wanted to work and help local veterans.
Veterans are the highest priority at the Louis A. Johnson VAMC.
“When I’ve been in the community, veterans like the care they get here, they come here because they want to come here and they want to get care from their providers here, because people provide care. amazing here, and I think it’s important to know that we provide a valuable service for veterans,” said Piper Knight, Associate Director of Patient Care.
According to the Louis A. Johnson VAMC nursing jobs pamphlet, “Our mission is to do everything we can to improve the quality of life for veterans.”
Knight said, “We are here to care for veterans who have served our country. »
If you missed today’s event and would like to apply for a nursing position at VAMC, you can do a walk-in interview every Tuesday at the Louis A. Johnson VAMC.
You can also view available positions at: www.usajobs.gov
Or you can contact Ashton Carder, Nurse Recruiter at Louis A. Johnson VAMC email: [email protected]