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VA Recruiter Amy Loveridge

Amy Loveridge

Senior Healthcare Recruitment Consultant

Office of Workforce Management & Consulting

Overview

Amy serves as special projects coordinator for the National Recruitment Program for the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration. In this position, she collects, analyzes and reports data on National Recruitment Program's operations and trends. She serves as an administrator for the team's applicant tracking system and the primary trainer for field level users of the database. Additionally, she is a contracting officer representative.

Amy joined Veterans Affairs in 2006 as a Presidential Management Fellow, following a legal internship at the Department of the Army, Pentagon, while she attended the University of D.C. David A. Clarke School of Law. She completed her fellowship at the VA Pittsburgh Medical Center in employee and labor relations. Her previous education incudes a bachelor's degree in Arts Management from Chatham College for Women and a certificate in Women's Studies from the University of Pittsburgh.

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