Bay Pines Job Fair!

The Bay Pines VA Healthcare System (VAHCS) will host a job fair at the C.W. Bill Young VA Medical Center on Thursday, May 18 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The event will take place in the J.C. Cobb room located on the first floor of the medical center (building 100).

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The fair is open to all professionals seeking employment in the following occupations.

  • Nursing (Registered Nurses – all specialties)
  • Nursing (Certified Nursing Assistants)
  • Health Administration Service (Medical Support Assistants)
  • Environmental Management (Housekeeping Aids)
  • Food Service Workers

Preference Veterans, disabled Veterans, and applicants with a disability (Schedule A) are encouraged to attend.

Interested applicants should bring a completed resume, military discharge papers (DD-214), Application for 10-Point Veterans Preference (Standard Form 15), VA Service Connected Disability Letter, or Schedule A Letter. Licensed Health Care Professionals are asked to bring a completed Application for Nurse and Nurse Anesthetist (VA Form 10-2850a) or Application for Associated Health Occupations (VA Form 10-2850a or 10-2850c). These forms are available at

Parking will be available at no cost. Please use lot 1 or the Parking Garage!

For questions, please call (727) 398-6661, Extension 15663 or 10679.

About Jeff Cavanagh

Jeff Cavanagh spent his freshman year at St. Petersburg Junior College back in the early 70s before enlisting in the United States Navy. Soon after, he attended Jacksonville University on a Navy ROTC scholarship. After college, he was commissioned and became a qualified Surface Warfare Officer spending the next 22 years honing his skills as a ship-handler and expert recruiter before retiring in 1994. Jeff expresses a deep sense of pride in St. Petersburg College due to connections that go back many years. His father, Tom Cavanagh, was a career Air Force fighter pilot and combat veteran who taught Geography and Western Civilization at St. Petersburg Junior College in the 60’s and 70’s.

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