Jobs – Careers – VA St #career, #job, #nurse, #doctor, #healthcare, #health,


VA St. Louis Health Care System

Start Your Career at the St. Louis VA

At the St. Louis VA Medical Center, 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. For additional information, please contact Human Resources at (314) 894-6620.

Equal Employment Opportunity “Did You Know”

Did you know that all employees are an important part of the EEO Program? Employees are responsible for ensuring that the workplace is conducive to providing quality care for our Veterans. Most employees may think that EEO is a responsibility for only the EEO Manager, managers, or supervisors; however, employees play a vital role. Employees should be activily involved.

For more information, contact the medical center EEO Manager:

Elizabeth C. Jenkins, MSW, ACSW, LCSW

Office of Academic Affiliations (OAA)/Graduate Medical Education (GME), Without Compensation (WOC) Appointee:

A GME WOC appointee is an individual who performs Medical Center related duties without any direct monetary compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Individuals requiring WOC appointments include, but are not limited to, students,residents and fellows and any other individual who is not compensated by the VA for their employment within the St. Louis VA Medical Center.

Nursing Staff

If you are a nursing professional interested in working for the VA St. Louis Health Care System, please contact, Nurse Recruitment Office at (314) 289-6479.

Nursing Service WOC Student Appointment Program

A Nursing Service Without Compensation (WOC) student appointee is a student who performs student-related activities without any direct monetary compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs. These appointments include but are not limited to graduate and undergraduate nursing students, student nurse practitioners, student practical nurses and student surgical technicians who are not compensated by the VA. Click here to go to our Nursing Service WOC Student Appointment Information Page

Residencies and Internships

  • Primary Care, Ocular Disease Geriatrics Residency Programs

Employee Benefits

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.

VA Job Applications and Forms

Application instructions specific to each job posting can be found at the end of the announcement. Some positions require you to apply online, while others require that you submit a paper application directly to each VA facility where you desire employment.

VA has several different application forms based on your occupation type. Look in the table below to find the correct application for your occupation, as well as additional required forms.

Responding to a Job Announcement

Be sure to follow the application instructions given in the job announcement. They are your primary guide for responding to a posted opening. Here are additional reminders for submitting an application:

  1. Please send your signed, completed application and any other required forms to the Organization Contact at the Organization Address, both of which are listed at the end of the job announcement.
  2. Write the Announcement Number, also listed at the end of the job announcement, on your application.
  3. Keep a copy of the entire application package for your records.

The documents below are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them. Acrobat Reader software can be downloaded for free .

VA Job Applications and Forms

Online License Verification – Board of Vocational Nursing – Psychiatric Technicians #psychiatric


Online License Verification

BreEZe Online License Verification

This online license verification feature permits consumers, employers and licensees to check on the status of psychiatric technician and vocational nurse licenses online.

Important Notice – Please Read

In order for a licensed vocational nurse or psychiatric technician to legally practice in the State of California, a current, active license is required. Licensees cannot practice if the license expiration date has passed, or with a license that is on inactive status

To determine if a license is expired or inactive, you must search on the licensee’s name and view the individual license record.

The system allows the user to search by name or license number, and provides the name, license number, expiration date, county of residence and license status, as well as any post-licensure certification such as blood withdrawal or intravenous therapy.

Statement Regarding Primary Source Data on the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technician Website

The California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT) contracts with the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) to provide its Web site and its functions. The Web site is the property of DCA and, while the site and its functionality are ultimately DCA’s responsibility, the licensing data BVNPT provides may not be edited or altered in any way by DCA. The information that BVNPT provides to DCA is a true and accurate reflection of our license records. When a license search is conducted through the DCA Web site, the results are extracted directly from records provided by BVNPT. Accordingly, DCA’s license lookup results reflects BVNPT’s information as primary source. The license lookup information is updated five days a week, Monday through Friday; therefore the information is current as of the date indicated on the site.

It is our intent to provide accurate license information and to allow consumers and users to verify licenses quickly and reliably, however, your organization is responsible for any decision it may make based on our Web site information. While the Department believes the information to be reliable, human or mechanical error remains a possibility, as does delay in the posting or updating of information.

Forms and Publications
Board Meetings

Quick Hits

CMA Courses, Certified Management Accountant #cma, #cma #certification, #cma #exam, #cma #review,



Part 1: Financial Reporting, Planning, Performance and Control

CMA 1A: External Financial Reporting Decisions (15%)
  • Financial statements; Recognition, measurement, valuation, and disclosure.
CMA 1B: Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting (30%)
  • Strategic planning; Budgeting concepts; Forecasting techniques; Budget methodologies; Annual profit plan and supporting schedules; Top-level planning and analysis.
CMA 1C: Performance Management (20%)
  • Cost and variance measures; Responsibility centers and reporting segments; Performance measures.
CMA 1D: Cost Management (20%)
  • Measurement concepts; Costing systems; Overhead costs; Supply Chain Management; Business process improvement.
CMA 1E: Internal Controls (15%)
  • Governance, risk, and compliance; Internal auditing; Systems controls and security measures.

Part 2: Financial Decision Making

CMA 2A: Financial Statement Analysis (25%)
  • Basic Financial Statement Analysis; Financial Ratios; Profitability Analysis; Special Issues.
CMA 2B: Corporate Finance (20%)
  • Risk and Return; Long-term financial management; Raising Capital; Working capital management; Corporate restructuring; International finance.
CMA 2C: Decision Analysis (20%)
  • Cost/Volume/Profit Analysis; Marginal Analysis; Pricing.
CMA 2D: Risk Management (10%)
CMA 2E: Investment Decisions (15%)
  • Capital budgeting process; Discounted cash flow analysis; Payback and discounted payback; Risk analysis in capital investment.
CMA 2F: Professional Ethics (10%)
  • Ethical considerations for management accounting and financial management professionals; Ethical considerations for the organization.

  • Financial Statement Analysis Exam Weight: 25%
  • Corporate Finance Exam Weight: 20%
  • Decision Analysis Exam Weight: 20%
  • Risk Management Exam Weight: 10%
  • Investment Decisions Exam Weight: 5%
  • Professional Ethics Exam Weight: 10%

The facts in brief


You will have 3 hours to complete the multiple choice section and one hour to complete the essays. The essays will be presented after you have completed the multiple choice section of the exam or after 3 hours, whichever comes first.


Each exam will consist of 100 multiple choice questions and two 30-minute essay questions.

Morgan Tips
  • Once you complete the MCQ section of the exam, you can’t go back. You must remain in the essay section to complete the exam.
  • You must answer at least 50% of the MCQs correctly in order to move on to the essay section
Exam Passing Score:

The raw score is converted to a uniform scoring system of 0 – 500, and 360 being the passing mark.

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