Job Openings

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). 

If you are a Washington hospital or health system looking to post a job, please do so at

The WASHINGTON STATE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION is an equal opportunity employer.

Current Job Openings:

  • Project Coordinator, Rural Opioid Response
    The Project Coordinator, Rural Opioid Response will coordinate the day-to-day activities of WSHA’s Grand Columbia opioid response project. This three-year project seeks to sustainably improve opioid and substance use disorder (SUD) prevention, treatment and recovery activities in Douglas, Grant, Lincoln, Okanogan, and Adams counties of Washington State through partnership with local health care systems and community stakeholders.
  • Staff Accountant-Accounts Receivable
    The Staff Accountant-Accounts Receivable supervises the comprehensive day-to-day operations of revenue invoicing, accounts receivable and cash receipts.  
  • Policy Director
    The Policy Director leads public policy analysis, advocacy, and implementation on key laws, regulations, and agency actions of material importance to the operations of Washington State hospitals. The Policy Director provides the substantive expertise and direction needed to develop the legal and policy structure in order to further our hospital members’ ability to deliver quality, cost effective care.
  • Director, Rural Health Programs
    This position leads and implements programs and tactics to improve health and health care delivery in rural Washington State. The Director works under the supervision of the Vice President for Advocacy and Rural Health and works closely with the staff of the Association of Washington Public Hospital Districts, members of the Government Affairs and Quality and Safety teams and others to assure the timely, coordinated and strategic deployment of relevant resources.
  • Executive Assistant
    As directed by leadership, this position is responsible for providing comprehensive administrative and professional support to leaders and teams across the Association. This position maintains a high level of knowledge of WSHA administrative teamwork flows, policies, and procedures. 


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Washington State Hospital Association
999 Third Avenue
Suite 1400
Seattle, WA 98104

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