Healthcare Job Openings

Healthcare Jobs at Federal Government Facilities

On military installations throughout the country, there are medical facilities providing healthcare to active duty military personnel, retired military personnel, and their families. Medical facilities range from Primary Care to Level One Trauma Medical Centers.

The medical facilities are staffed by active duty military, civil servant (GS) staff, and civilian contractors. Federal Staffing Resources falls into the latter category and provides contract civilian healthcare and administrative staffing to the military medical facilities.

Healthcare Staffing Positions and Locations

Federal Staffing Resources employs a wide array of healthcare providers:

  • Physicians
  • Psychiatrists
  • Clinical Psychologists
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • RNs
  • LPN/LVNs
  • Sports Dietitians
  • Physical Therapists
  • Athletic Trainers
  • LCSWs
  • Technicians
  • Radiology Technologist
  • Administration
  • Medical Assistants
  • and more

Currently FSR staffs employees at military medical facilities located across the country:

  • California
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maryland
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Minnesota
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New York
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Oklahoma
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Wyoming

Government Contract Jobs

Working within the military community is an extraordinarily rewarding experience and offers work life balance, stability, and a wide array of benefits.

Jobs for Veterans and Military Spouses

Veterans with healthcare experience are highly desirable candidates for civilian contract positions. Your experience is beneficial not only for the MTF but also to the patient population.

Active Duty Spouses, Veteran Spouses, and military dependents with healthcare experience are also great candidates. Federal Staffing Resource is a DOD One Source Military Spouse Employment Partner and are proud that over 45% of our frontline healthcare providers and corporate office are from within the military community. #weknowPCS


The Process

After an Offer Letter is executed, candidates must then complete a credentialing process. Each position has its own unique minimum requirements to include different credentialing requirements. Part of the hiring process includes fingerprinting, physical exams, reference checks, immunizations, base credentials processing, and background security checks in order to access the military installations and its computer systems.

FSR also employs healthcare providers to other federal agencies, state and local governments, and private sector medical facilities.

Our Team

Our CEO’s 25 year career included working as a civilian contract RN at Walter Reed Military Medical Center in suburban Washington, D.C. This perspective shapes the FSR employee experience. Additionally, our corporate team is extensively experienced within healthcare and the military healthcare system and most come from within the military community.

Glassdoor Employee Reviews Overall Rating: 4.5

“Pediatric Nurse Practitioner”

Former Contractor - Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Colorado Springs, CO

I worked at Federal Staffing Resources as a contractor (Less than a year)

Pros: Very organized, supportive, and professional.

Cons: Would like to have assistance to transition to another job when a contract is ended.

“Great company, fantastic leadership!”

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Federal Staffing Resources part-time

Pros:

  • Management is superb
  • The team is devoted and passionate

Cons: Slightly disorganized this past year due to a transitional period.

“Company review”

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Federal Staffing Resources full-time

Pros: Love the staff always prompt and helpful

Cons: Have have no cons for this company

“Embedded Tactical Dietitian Experience”

Former Employee - Performance Tactical Dietitian

I worked at Federal Staffing Resources full-time (More than a year)

Pros: Program Manager was extremely helpful when issues arose and answered questions and concerns expeditiously. The embedded program was a great to support and a very rewarding experience. Autonomous work hours and very flexible based on mission objectives. Program manager and office manager were always helpful with time sheets, travel, continuing education, etc. Overall, best military contract company I've worked for aside the 3 other contract employers in my past.

Cons: Health care insurance mandatory and expensive, although FSR tried to offset some of the cost. Like any other military contract, I was cut in 2014 due to congressional budget issues but reallocated funds brought me back to the job.

“Learning experience”

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Silver Spring, MD

I have been working at Federal Staffing Resources full-time (More than a year)

Pros: This position is a great chance to learn the ins and outs of military medicine. Be prepared for ever changing rules. I definitely didn't realize all the working pieces that went into booking a medical appointment.

Cons: No overtime, no room for advancement, office climate, not being able to make up time missed from work without having use barely acquired pto.

“Great Company”

Former Contractor - Data Analyst in Fayetteville, NC

I worked at Federal Staffing Resources as a contractor (Less than a year)

Pros: Contract supporting warriors of USSCOM and it's THOR3 program - very rewarding and enjoyed the unit that I supported.

Cons: No real cons - contract was cut short due to funding... business as usual for a military/DOD program when program dollars are re-allocated and shrinking budgets.

“Amazing Company”

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Federal Staffing Resources full-time (More than a year)

Pros: Great company with excellent communication. You can tell you are part of the team and they are extremely supportive! It's a pleasure to refer professional peers to work for FSR!

Cons: Can't think of any negatives.

“Great Company!”

Current Contractor - Nurse Practitioner in Fort Belvoir, VA

I have been working at Federal Staffing Resources full-time (More than a year)

Pros: Contracted NP at a military hospital:

  • Get to work with phenomenal military personnel & civilian healthcare contractors like myself.
  • Great co-workers: support personnel, RNs, LPNs, Physicians. Positive & compassionate teammates.
  • My FSR Program Manager! She checks-in, is a great sounding board & is easily accessible. The other FSR nurses here and I love her. We affectionately call her Mom.
  • the patients!
  • My FSR health insurance plan is cheaper and better than what I had in the private sector. Seriously, premiums dramatically increased for everyone nationwide over the last ~ 5 years so this insurance plan is like having a huge salary bump. My husband left his employer's plan to jump on my plan here.
  • the hours! Who knew I could work in healthcare and have M-F hours!

Cons: Lots of farewell tears when my co-workers move because they or their spouse got assigned to a new base. They feel like family.

“Registered Nurse”

Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Virginia Beach, VA

I have been working at Federal Staffing Resources full-time (More than 3 years)

Pros: There is not any drama.

Cons: There are know issues yet.

“ok company”

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

Pros: work hours are awesome. no weekends, no holidays.

Cons: lack of concern for workers. benefits expensive

“Registered Nurse”

Former Employee - Registered Nurse

I worked at Federal Staffing Resources (Less than a year)

Pros: Got a paycheck on a regular basis. The company provided annual and sick leave. Communication was easy and the staff was very helpful and friendly.

Cons: Health insurance was extremely expensive that we were required to purchase. The insurance benefits were not that good for the cost. As a contract employee, my job was dependent on gov funding. So, budget cuts meant I was released with very little notice. Where I worked, many of the employees didn't like contractors like me.

“Loved the job, wish I could have stayed longer”

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Federal Staffing Resources full-time (More than a year)

Pros: Give specific directions of job and what is expected and give praise often.

Cons: Had occasional issues with payroll and call-in personnel.