We are a vibrant organization helping members achieve their missions of serving their communities. We are dedicated to high quality health care for all Washingtonians. We seek staff who are strong, forward-looking, and poised to turn challenges into opportunities. We embrace diversity, and seek to recruit a workforce that represents our members and patients across the state. We are looking for people to bring enthusiasm, insight, and a sense of curiosity into our workplace. In return, our commitment is to offer a work environment that is supportive, rewarding, interesting, meaningful, and fun.
– Cassie Sauer, Chief Executive Officer
To apply for a current job opening, please follow the instructions included in the description below Employment applications must be submitted for consideration and are only accepted for current openings (positions listed below).
The WASHINGTON STATE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION is an equal opportunity employer.
Current Job Openings:
- Executive Assistant: Finance, Membership and Communications
The Executive Assistant position is a full-time position and is responsible for providing a high level of executive administrative support, meeting and conference planning and management, as well as superior customer service. This EA position will work closely with and support both the Chief Financial Officer of WSHA, and the VP of Communications and Membership. This position reports to the Office Manager.
- Assistant Director of Quality and Performance Improvement
The Assistant Director of Quality and Performance Improvement is a full-time position, with the primary responsibility of supporting the development and implementation of patient safety and care transformation programs in hospitals across the state of Washington. This position will work closely with one or more Directors of Quality and Performance Improvement and other Patient Safety department staff to lead complex projects, provide education, and implement best practices through Safe Tables (forums to share best practices) as well as playing a vital role in guiding and developing implementation ready documents, toolkits to assist with implementation of new procedures or policies, tracking systems and data.
- Quality Improvement Coordinator
The Quality Improvement Coordinator position is a full time position, and is responsible for the successful implementation of various aspects of quality improvement (QI) activities and projects within patient safety unit including full cycle project management and coordination of QI activities with WSHA member hospitals and health care organizations throughout Alaska, Oregon and Washington state.
- Administrative Assistant
The Administrative Assistant position is a full-time position responsible for providing a high level of customer service and partnering with the Executive Assistants to provide administrative support services for a variety of administrative tasks, initiatives and events. This ideal candidate for this position will exhibit a high degree of detail-orientation, follow-through on tasks and a strong customer service focus for both internal and external customers. Some travel required (occasionally overnight) to support offsite meetings and events in Washington, Oregon and Alaska (5 – 10%).
- Executive Assistant to Executive Vice President/General Counsel
This Executive Assistant position is a full-time position. The person selected for this position will be responsible for providing high level executive support as well as administrative support to our Board of Directors, while ensuring excellent customer service to all WSHA members. The Executive Assistant will provide direct support to the Executive Vice President/General Counsel of WSHA.
- Senior Data Analyst
The Senior Data Analyst position is a full-time position, and is responsible for performing complex healthcare data analysis and reporting in support of WSHA programs. This position will report to the Director of the Decision Support Department and will be expected to manage the entire reporting life cycle from conceptualization through presentation, including but not limited to leading measurement decisions, creating definitions, data collection, and analysis and interpretation of the data.