Evans Army Community Hospital is a world-class, evidence-based medical facility that is seeking ordinary people with extraordinary hearts to care for the men and women who wear and have worn the uniform and their families. Named after Donald W. Evans - a combat medic served in the 4th Infantry Division during the Vietnam War. We are a fully accredited 80-bed, evidenced-based regional Community Hospital serving Fort Carson, the home of 4th Infantry Division and 10th Special Operations Group and commonly known as the Mountain Post.
Be a part of Army medicine, a globally recognized employer that offers competitive pay, an excellent benefits package, and advancement options—where you work matters!
We offer civilian positions that afford job security, a competitive salary, bonuses, moving expenses, full malpractice coverage, 13-26 days paid vacation, 10 days paid federal holidays, a sick leave benefit, CME opportunities, on post housing, a first-class health and retirement benefit.
We are seeking ordinary people with extraordinary hearts to care for the men and women who wear and have worn the uniform and their families. Be a part of Army medicine, because where you work does matter. As a federal civilian employee, you have the ability to compete for jobs nationwide and overseas.
||Evans Army Community Hospital
||Large Local Hospital
||Consist of annual statutory (all Federal employees ‐ usually about 2 percent),
step increases at regular intervals, and market pay adjustments
(for physicians and dentists). Wages are protected by law
|Based on supervisory recommendation and availability of funds.
Pay may be reduced based on economic factors.
Career status is gained after three years of
service; while not a guarantee of lifetime
employment, the employee is protected by law
|Based on the needs of the employer.
|DEA Certification Fee
||Waived for Federal employees
||Paid by employee.
|Paid Time Off
||Eligible immediately. Several types of paid
time off including vacation, sick, and legal
holidays. After one year of service a new full
time employee can expect to have accrued
12 days of vacation time, plus 12 days
of sick leave, plus 10 paid holidays.
|Eligible after 90 days. One type of
paid time off which must be used for
illness, vacation, or holidays. After one
year a new full time employee can
expect to accrue 17 days of combined
vacation and sick days with no