WSNA is hiring

Join an organization advocating for nurses and dedicated to improving the health of individuals and families in Washington state.

WSNA is the leading voice and advocate for nurses in Washington. We repre­sent more than 17,000 collec­tive bargaining members and the profes­sional inter­ests of more than 103,000 regis­tered nurses. For more than 100 years, WSNA has champi­oned issues that support nurses, advance profes­sional standards and improve the health of individual and families in Washington state.

We are committed to providing an environ­ment of mutual respect where equal employ­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties are avail­able to all appli­cants and staff without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including child­birth, lacta­tion and related medical condi­tions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orien­ta­tion, gender identity, gender expres­sion, genetic infor­ma­tion (including charac­ter­is­tics and testing), military and veteran status, and any other charac­ter­istic protected by applic­able law. WSNA believes that diver­sity and inclu­sion among our teammates is critical to our success in serving our member­ship, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candi­date pool.

Perks and benefits of working at WSNA

  • Generous paid time off – 14 holidays plus additional floating holidays, vacation, and sick leave
  • December break – we close down operations between Christmas and the new year so you can spend time with your family and friends
  • Medical, vision, dental and life insurance
  • Flexible healthcare spending account with annual employer grant
  • Community volunteering – one paid workday per year to participate in a local charitable event, plus annual holiday food and gift drives
  • Professional development – up to $450 per year for tuition or other expenses relating to further education or professional growth; up to $3,000 per year for tuition at an accredited university toward a degree related to your job
  • Pension for union-represented positions and 401(k) retirement accounts for all positions
  • Knowing that the work you do improves the lives of nurses and patients throughout the state