Equal Opportunity Employer
Valley Health is an equal opportunity employer. Valley Health does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age,
disability, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity and/or expression.
Where do I start?
here. You can browse job openings and submit your resume along with your application.
Over 43,000 applications are received annually for approximately 1,000
positions. While securing a position at Valley Health is a competitive
process, here are some tips:
- Complete your application thoroughly! Please review your application and
resume to ensure they are complete, accurate and free of spelling and
grammatical errors before you electronically sign and submit.
- Copy and paste AND/OR upload your resume.
- Submit a cover letter that highlights your education, experience and skills
relevant to the job posting. Tell us why you are a great candidate for
- List any special skills, abilities, licenses and certifications you possess.
Please also list any electronic systems you have used.
How do I upload a resume?
Once you select the position you have interest in, select "Upload my Resume.”
Please note, when selecting this option, you will be directed to locate
your resume on your computer or a disk, which may not be available if
you are applying at a public location.
Please be sure that the document is a Word document or unlocked PDF.
Note: After uploading your resume to populate application fields, you may still
need to use the
Attach button to include a copy of it as part of your application.
What happens once I apply for a job?
We encourage all applicants to read the job requirements on the job posting
carefully. Applicants who do not meet the minimum job requirements cannot
move forward in the process. You may be contacted by telephone or email
if there is a strong match between your qualifications and the requirements
of the position.
Why was I sent a link to take an assessment?
All positions require the completion of an assessment. The instructions
for the assessment are sent to the email address listed on your application.
We recommend that you take the assessment in a quiet place with reliable
high speed internet and limited distractions. You must complete the assessment
in one sitting and should allow yourself one hour to complete it. The
assessment is reviewed and scored by an external vendor. To ensure confidentiality
and validity, we do not provide information about or results of the assessment.
The assessment is part of a multi-component selection process.
How can I check my status?
After you applied, you should have received a confirmation email that our
team received your application. You can also check your status online
by following the link
I see a position that was posted a while ago. Is it still available?
Only the positions listed on the website are currently available.
Why hasn't anyone called me after I’ve applied for an open position?
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, you will be contacted
only if there is an interest in setting up an interview.
I'm having trouble applying online. Can I just fax, email or mail my resume?
We are only able to accept applications online. If you need a computer
to apply, there are computers available in local public libraries and
at The Virginia Employment Commission offices throughout the state. You
can also visit our on-site Human Resources Office located at 333 W. Cork
Street, Suite #140, Winchester, Virginia 22601. Applications can be completed
at this location Monday -Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Help! I’ve forgotten my username and password.
Jobvite.com, click on “Customer Login,” add your email address, then click
on “Forgot Password.” You will need to enter the temporary
password through the link in the email we send you; temporary passwords
do not work through our standard login screens.
What does being a “per diem” employee mean?
“Per diem" is Latin for "for each day," and it means you agree to
work a shift for a specified hourly base pay. Per diem employees work
on an as-needed basis, often less than full-time employees, with a flexible
schedule, and they do not receive benefits.