Southeastern Veterans’ Center in Spring City Opens Doors for Career Opportunities in Health Care

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SPRING CITY, PA — The Southeastern Veterans’ Center (SEVC) is extending an invitation to individuals with a passion for serving those who have served their country. Located in Chester County, the facility is on the lookout for professionals to fill various roles within its ranks, including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, certified nursing assistants, and custodial workers. In a notable move to streamline the recruitment process, the SEVC is offering onsite interviews and the possibility of conditional job offers during their upcoming job fair.

Scheduled for Wednesday, May 8, from 1-5 p.m., the job fair aims to attract dedicated individuals eager to contribute to the care of American veterans and their spouses. This event presents a prime opportunity for job seekers to step directly into meaningful careers in long-term healthcare, amidst a setting that honors the sacrifices of military service members. Attendees are reminded to bring two forms of identification to facilitate the onsite application process.

The SEVC is one of six veterans homes operated by the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA), known for its commitment to providing quality care within a patriotic and professional work environment. Brian Gula, SEVC commandant, highlighted the unique interactions employees have with residents, underscoring the rewarding nature of the work and the special sense of community at the center.

Employment at the SEVC not only offers a chance to make a significant impact on the lives of veterans but also provides employees with a path for career development and skill enhancement. The benefits of working with the Commonwealth extend beyond the immediate gratification of serving those who have served; they include competitive pay, generous time off, retirement options, and a comprehensive benefits package available for review on the Commonwealth’s employment site.

For those unable to attend the May 8 job fair, the SEVC has also introduced Walk-in Wednesday hiring events. These weekly opportunities, held from 11 a.m.–2 p.m., offer a convenient way for the public to explore employment possibilities. Potential candidates can learn about openings, meet with hiring managers, and possibly walk away with a conditional job offer without the need for a scheduled interview.

This recruitment initiative not only bolsters the workforce of the Southeastern Veterans’ Center but also fulfills a critical need for compassionate and skilled healthcare professionals in veterans’ care facilities. By opening doors to career opportunities within this noble sector, the SEVC is not just investing in its own future but also in the well-being of those who have dedicated their lives to the service of the United States.

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