Army Medicine Civilian Corps holding virtual job fair for behavioral health care workers

The Civilian Corps of the U. S. Army Medical Command is hosting a virtual career fair to showcase medical career opportunities available for civilian health care professionals.

The fair is from March 26-30 at

“The virtual career fair is one of MEDCOM’s several hiring initiatives scheduled this year, all of which will ultimately lead to the hiring of qualified medical professionals,” Joseph Harrison, chief of recruitment and retention at MEDCOM’s civilian human resources division, said in a March 26 press release. “We kicked off the new year with a career fair in Austin, Texas, followed by a corresponding web fair in January to recruit for health care professionals at the Fort Hood Darnall-Army Medical Center. The upcoming virtual career fair will continue our strong efforts to make this year one of new opportunities and new hires.”

The fair will focus on hiring behavioral health care professionals for medical treatment facilities within the Western Regional Medical Command. The facilities are spread out across Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Texas and Washington. They are hiring positions such as psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, clinical social workers and psychiatric nurse practitioners.

Participants may also submit questions and receive feedback from career consultants until the end of the career fair on Friday, March 30.

After March 30, job seekers can still find job opportunities with the Army Medicine Civilian Corps by visiting and searching the available positions posted.

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