Health Care Careers

Health Care Job Opportunities

There are many health care jobs currently available in Loudoun County:

  • Full-time, part-time, and on-call status positions.
  • Pay rates start at $13.00/hour. 
  • Benefits include sign-on bonuses, COVID-19 incentives and personal protective equipment.
  • Some positions require previous experience while others are willing to train on site.

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In-Demand Careers

Licensed Practical Nurses

  • Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) provide basic nursing care.
  • Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses work in many settings, including nursing homes and extended care facilities, hospitals, physicians’ offices, and private homes. Most work full time.
  • Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses must complete a state-approved educational program, which typically takes about 1 year to complete. They must be licensed.
  • Learn how to become an LPN or LVN.

Personal Care Aides and Home Health Aides

  • Home health aides and personal care aides help people with disabilities, chronic illnesses, or cognitive impairment by assisting in their daily living activities.
  • Home health aides and personal care aides work in a variety of settings, including clients’ homes, group homes, and day services programs.
  • Home health aides and personal care aides typically need a high school diploma or equivalent, though some positions do not require it. Those working in certified home health or hospice agencies must complete formal training and pass a standardized test.
  • Learn how to become a personal care aide or home health aide.

Nursing Assistants

  • Nursing assistants provide basic care and help patients with activities of daily living. 
  • Most nursing assistants work in nursing and residential care facilities and in hospitals. They are physically active and may need to help lift or move patients.
  • Nursing assistants often need to complete a state-approved education program and pass their state’s competency exam to become licensed or certified. Orderlies typically have at least a high school diploma.
  • Also known as: Geriatric Nursing Assistant (GNA), Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA), Nurses’ Aide, Nursing Aide, Nursing Assistant, State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Certified Nurses Aide (CNA), Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Certified Medication Aide (CMA).
  • Learn how to become a nursing assistant.


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