Career Opportunities  at the Association and Community Health Centers

Community Health Centers are Looking for YOU! 

​The Employer of Choice. In 2018, Washington's Community Health Centers served over 1,150,000 patients at 300+ clinic sites throughout Washington State. Our 27 Member Community Health Centers offer rewarding career opportunities. Check out our featured positions! If you are looking for something specific, or have an area in mind, contact The Association Staff for more information. 

Positions are posted until filled. 

Administrative and Development Manager Posted: February 11, 2020

Sea Mar Community Health Centers - Seattle, WA

Sea Mar seeks a full time Administration and Development Manager to work out of its central Administration office in south Seattle. The Administration and Development Manager is responsible for the oversight of the Administration Department and researches, writes, and submits federal, state, city, private and corporate grant applications. The Administration and Development Manager coordinates individual giving requests, such as web donations and annual requests and is responsible for overseeing the details of Sea Mar’s annual fundraising events, including the two annual charity golf tournaments. This position oversees the function of the central Administration Department and supervises four executive assistants who are responsible for carrying out administrative duties

Complete Position Description and Application Instructions

ARNP Residency Director Posted: February 10, 2020

International Community Health Services

International Community Health Services (ICHS) is seeking a Doctor of Family Nursing Practice to lead its Advanced Registered Nurse Practice (ARNP) Residency Program under the Chief Medical officer and work with committed and excellent educators and clinicians. Join a nationally-recognized federally qualified health center Founded in Seattle in 1973, ICHS provides full scope of primary, dental, pharmacy and vision care and services to a diverse population. The Residency Program Director will: Maintain a primary care practice at one of the Clinics. Provide direct leadership in the development and oversight of the residency program Lead the Council on Education and Research We offer: Competitive compensation and benefits Strong network of leadership affiliation at Community Health Centers Job Requirements: Education – Doctor of Family Nurse Practitioner from an accredited program Experience - Three years’ experience as independent primary care provider, two years’ experiences in clinical education. Administrative and/or supervisory experience in health care preferred. Other - Requirement(s) ARNP license to practice in the State of Washington.

Complete Position Description and Application Instructions

Dental Program Manager Posted: January 6, 2020

Public Health-Seattle & King County

Public Health's dental program therefore focuses on providing dental services to people living in marginalized communities in King County.  Public Health's dental services are delivered through five Public Health Centers, two Mobile Dental Vans and multiple elementary schools.  The dental program quality of care initiatives and requirements come from internal leadership direction, funders and outside entities. To that end and in collaboration with the department's leadership team, which includes the Chief of Dental Services and the Quality Manager, the dental program manager helps oversee all aspects of the dental program and services.  This includes assuring equitable access to care among people experiencing homelessness, living in poverty, and those who experience barriers to health care due to their race, culture or language.  The dental program manager will make sure the program is meeting all requirements from internal leadership, funders and outside entities.  This position reports to the Program Quality Manager. 

Complete Position Description and Application Instructions

Chief Operating Officer Posted: November 26, 2019

Valley View Medical Center Chehalis, WA

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) provides day-to-day management and oversight of the organization’s healthcare operations. The COO will fill the lead role in building, implementing, and integrating all of the organization’s systems to ensure effective services planned and provided to the community. The COO is responsible for the operational development and integration of the full spectrum healthcare services and will be responsible for promoting effective internal communications. The position has direct supervision over clinical operation managers and promotes the dyad leadership model with providers, working to remove barriers to quality care including production, core clinical measurements, financial performance, patient satisfaction, and staff satisfaction. In the absence of the CEO, this position may assume all fiduciary leadership responsibilities normally entrusted to the CEO.

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ARNP Residency Director  Posted: November 25, 2019

International Community Health Services Seattle, WA

This position is responsible to oversee all aspects of the organization’s Advance Registered Nurse Practitioner Residency Program, provide leadership to educational and research initiatives, provide direct patient care within the framework of established guidelines and the ICHS’ principles of practice. Position Requirements: Education - Graduation from an accredited Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner program as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Doctoral prepared. Experience - Three years’ experience as independent primary care provider in FQHC setting. Two years’ experiences in clinical education. Administrative and/or supervisory experience in health care preferred. Other - Requirement(s)Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner license to practice in the State of Washington. Valid Washington State Driver’s License. Valid DEA certificate. Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certificate. Bilingual (English and API) preferred.

Full Position Description

Contact: HR Department

PACE Medical Director  Posted: November 19, 2019

International Community Health Services Seattle, WA

Under the supervision of the Chief Medical Officer, the PACE Medical Director provides general medical direction and supervision of the medical aspects of care for the Healthy Aging and Wellness Program (HAWP). The PACE Medical Director is responsible for the delivery and oversight of participant care, clinical outcomes, implementation and oversight of the quality assessment and performance improvement program, development and maintenance of medical policies and procedures/standards and protocols. The PACE Medical Director provides direction and supervision to primary care physicians and Advanced Practice Clinicians and leadership of the program among staff, colleagues and providers in the community. This individual is also responsible for providing medical consultation for clinical issues for other services within HAWP, including Assisted Living and Adult Day Services. The PACE Medical Director is responsible for identifying opportunities to enhance the clinical and health care delivery for the Healthy Aging and Wellness Program.

Full Position Description

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General Dentist  Posted: November 12, 2019

Columbia Valley Community Health  Wenatchee, WA

Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH) is a dynamic, progressive community health center with locations in Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, and Chelan. We have an excellent opportunity for a Full-Time General Dentist at our Wenatchee location to join a team of 6 Dentists, 4 Hygienists and 16 Dental Assistants. Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited dental school with a DDS or DMD degree; Washington State Dental License or eligibility to obtain licensure in the state of WA and current DEA with no restrictions and in good standing; One or more years of experience as a clinical dentist preferred, especially in a community or public health setting. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

Full Position Description

Contact: HR Department

At The Association

​The Washington Association for Community Health (The Association) is a private, 501 (c)(3) membership association formed in 1985. Our mission is to strengthen and advocate for Washington’s community health centers as they build healthcare access, innovation, and value. The Association provides training and technical assistance directly and through collaborative partnerships to Washington’s 27 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in support of the provision of comprehensive, high quality medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare consistent with national health strategies.

We are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourage women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, persons with disabilities, and persons from other underrepresented groups to apply. 

Contact The Association Staff for more information. 

Positions are posted until filled. 

Workforce Support Specialist Posted: January 30, 2020

The Washington Association for Community Health - Olympia, WA

The Workforce Support Specialist reports to the Workforce Development Manager and provides administrative and apprentice support as staff work to expand In-REACH training programs, including managing apprenticeship application processes, coordinating with partner organizations, monitoring program participation requirements, maintaining on- and off-site supply inventories, and assisting in outreach and recruitment efforts for future program cohorts. The position requires occasional travel to support Apprenticeship kick-off meetings across the State, including weekends. S/he must be highly organized, detail-oriented, demonstrate exceptional customer service, and be a creative, team-player, whose values align with the Association’s mission and apprenticeship model.

The Washington Association for Community Health is passionate about serving our members and communities of all ethnicities, races, genders, gender identities, languages, and backgrounds and employing individuals who are equally committed to this mission. To ensure our organization is best serving these populations, we strive to promote policies that enable us to work effectively in all cross-cultural situations, with stakeholders including safety-net healthcare organizations, with our coworkers, and with the community. To be considered for this position, you must specifically answer this question in your cover letter: How do you think your past or current experiences, professional or otherwise, have prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural humility and diversity amongst our staff?

Complete Position Description

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