Pain Psychologist working with the Interdisciplinary Pain Management Team located at the Wyoming HCC with weekly travel to BCVA https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/504574000
Individuals not interested in the present positions, but who wish to explore employment with us for future positions should send a letter of interest and CV to Dr. Driesenga (contact information below). All things being equal, highest consideration is given to applicants with VA experience, and applicants who are Veterans and/or identify themselves as members of historically underrepresented groups on the basis of racial or ethnic status. This may be indicated in the cover letter.
Battle Creek VAMC, with five locations (the main Battle Creek facility lies roughly half way between Chicago and Detroit, the large Wyoming Health Care Center (WHCC) is a new facility which encompasses outpatient primary and specialty medical care as well as comprehensive outpatient mental health services, and community based outpatient clinics in Benton Harbor, Muskegon, and Lansing, Michigan) has over 40 Psychologists system wide and aims to be an inclusive setting supportive of continuous professional development and welcoming of staff from all backgrounds. Psychologists are well respected team members. Opportunities for leadership development and continuing education are available. Newly hired Psychologists have access to mentoring and may choose to become involved in research and/or undergraduate, practicum, internship, and postdoctoral training programs.
Our facilities are centrally located to many recreational, cultural, and entertainment opportunities. There are many special events, attractions, and festivals in the area throughout the year with many cultural and ethnic groups represented in the community. The area also features lakes, libraries, museums, parks, unique local shopping, farmer’s markets and many live theatres. The cost of living is very affordable. For additional information about the area:
For any additional information, please contact Scott Driesenga, PhD, Chief, Psychology Service at Scott.Driesenga@va.gov or 269-966-5600, ext 31153