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VAPA Job Board - NEW!

Post your job opportunity directly on the VAPA website to be viewed by 700 members! 

Options for Non-Members:

VAPA offers a Job Announcements page in the member area of our website that is viewed by our 700+ members daily; we also send our members a Job Listings email every Month detailing all our current job announcements.

The fee for posting as a non-member is $250, which is good for 2 months from the date you post. You may purchase online by clicking the link below, or you may also email your posting to the webmaster and mail a check to the address below.

arrow Online Job Posting purchase ($250)

arrow OR, you may email your job posting to the VAPA webmaster, and send a check for payment.

Please mail check to: (note - your job advertisement will be posted upon receipt of your payment.)
Attn: Job Postings
250 West Main Street, Suite 100
Charlottesville, VA 22902

If you have any questions, please call the webmaster at (434) 326-9814.

Options for VAPA Members

VAPA Members may view our Job Opportunities page after logging into the VAPA Member Area. Members can also add job postings to the website.

VAPA Job Opportunities

arrow Current Job Opportunities
arrow Submit a Job Posting
arrowModify/Remove My Job Postings


The PA JobSource

The PA JobSource is an alternate job posting service used by PAs. Click on the image below to visit the PA JobSource website.

PA JobSource


About Physician Assistants:

A PA is a graduate of an accredited PA educational program who is authorized by the state to practice medicine with the supervision of a licensed physician.  PAs are invaluable members of the health care team, working in concert with physicians to ensure the highest quality of care for their patients.

Physicians may delegate to PAs those medical duties that are within the physician’s scope of practice and the PA’s training and experience and are allowed by law.

Such duties include performing physical examinations, diagnosing and treating illnesses, ordering and interpreting lab tests, suturing wounds, assisting in surgery, providing patient education and counseling, and making rounds in nursing homes and hospitals.  All states, the District of Columbia, and Guam authorize physicians to delegate prescriptive privileges to the PAs they supervise.


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