At VA Puget Sound, we strive to hire only the best! Working with and for America's Veterans is a privilege, and we pride ourselves on the quality of care we provide. If you have what it takes, please consider applying for one of our available positions.
You may view our announcements online and receive application materials on this page. Please visit our vacancy announcements on one of the following sites —
Our Human Resources office is located near the South entrance of Bldg. 1 in Seattle and is available for applicants Monday – Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Visit us to view our announcements, complete any necessary materials, and submit your application package.
If you need additional information, please contact our Human Resources Management Service at (206) 764-2135.
New Hires and Trainees
Thank you for your interest in working with Veterans and congratulations on your appointment at VA Puget Sound. Before your first day, please click here to find out what you need and what to expect.
If you are a Veteran and are interested in working for VA Puget Sound, visit fedshirevets.gov for more information about Veterans preference and other options for Veterans in the Federal Government.
If you are a nursing professional interested in working for VA Puget Sound, please contact Donna Kline, Nurse Recruiter, at (206) 764-2487.
If you are a nursing student, please learn about our VALOR program.
A description of employee benefits is available on the US Office of Personnel Management Employment and Benefits page*. Please note that benefits may differ for professional clinical occupations including physicians and registered nurses.
Political Activities as a Federal Employee
There are restrictions on your partisan political activity imposed by the Hatch Act. 5 U.S.C. §§ 7321-7326.
All Employees are prohibited at all times from:
Fundraising on behalf of a political party, partisan organization or a candidate for partisan office.
- Using their official VA title or making reference to their VA position while engaging in any political activity.
- Using their official authority to coerce another to participate in political activity, or soliciting or receiving volunteer services from a subordinate for any political purpose.
- Running as a candidate for partisan public office.
- Encouraging or discouraging the political activity of any subordinate employee, any person who has any business pending before VA, or any person who is receiving any VA benefits.
For more information or to refer to the Hatch Act, please visit The Office of Special Council Website