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:
- Senior Data Analyst
The Senior Data Analyst is a full-time, exempt position that is responsible for performing complex healthcare data analysis and reporting in support of WSHA programs. This position will report to the Director of the Data Analytics team 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.
- Communications Specialist
The Communications Specialist is responsible for tracking, creating, and maintaining content to inform and engage WSHA members and the public. Across all platforms (including social media, print, visual) and in all situations, the Communication Specialist is expected to use good judgment to develop appealing, truthful, accurate and appropriate content, while maintaining WSHA standards and credibility. An awareness of cultural and political sensitivities is required as this position often works independently in representing WSHA in social and mass media. The Communications Specialist reports to and works closely with the Assistant Director of Communications.
- Executive Assistant
The Executive Assistant position is a full-time position, and is responsible for providing a high level of administrative support, meeting and conference planning and management, as well as organization infrastructure with professionalism. This position fosters a positive, effective and efficient organization for staff, Association members, and all other constituencies relating to the Washington State Hospital Association.
- Assistant Director of Quality and Performance Improvement – Infection Control
The Assistant Director, 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.