Benefits

Medical, Dental, Vision+

We provide a variety of quality options for medical, dental, and vision insurance. NWRC pays 100% for employees and eligible dependents, and offers voluntary medical buy-up options. For more information on plan availability, visit the Public Employees Benefits Board

Additional programs are available to help you stay healthy and fit. 

Life & Long-term Disability Insurance+

NWRC offers employer paid life insurance for the employee at a benefit amount of $35,000, with option for employee buy-up. In addition, long-term disability insurance is provided to employees, with an option for buy-up. 

Employee Assistance Program+

Employees, and their families, can take advantage of an employee assistance program (EAP) through Health Promotion Northwest.  

Life/Work Balance+

We understand that everyone needs the right life-work balance, so we offer alternative work schedules with the option for most positions to have a hybrid schedule. In addition, full-time employees receive generous vacation leave, which increases with longevity, 8 hours of sick leave accrued monthly, 3 paid wellness days annually and 12 paid holidays annually. 

Retirement Planning+

Employees are part of the Washington State Retirement System where you can choose from varied investment approaches. For employees looking to save more, a deferred compensation plan is also available.

Flexible Spending Arrangements+

Employees have the option to take advantage of pre-tax flexible spending arrangements for healthcare or dependent child/adult care through Navia

Current Job Openings

Please submit all application materials, a cover letter and resume to Careers@NWRCWA.org, or by visiting our offices.

Jail Health LPN

Status: Accepting Applications
Correctional Nursing is a specialized area of nursing, delivering patient care to at-risk populations within the criminal justice system. Our nurses receive training and experience in a safe, collaborative environment providing a wide range of nursing services.

Jail Health RN

Status: Accepting Applications
Correctional Nursing is a specialized area of nursing, delivering patient care to at-risk populations within the criminal justice system. Our nurses receive training and experience in a safe, collaborative environment providing a wide range of nursing services.

On-Call Case Manager

Status: Accepting Applications

The long-term care case manager assists seniors and people with disabilities in Whatcom, Island, San Juan and Skagit Counties. Assesses client needs, develops and implements service plans, and oversees the authorization of payment to care providers.

Tribal Program Specialist

Status: Accepting Applications

Since 1994, the NWRC Tribal Outreach & Assistance Program has successfully linked Native American & Alaskan Natives with the services they need. Serving the Lummi, Nooksack, Samish, Sauk-Suiattle, Swinomish, and Upper Skagit tribal community members in Skagit and Whatcom Counties, this valuable program assures elders and people with complex medical needs have access to services and provides technical assistance for programs on and off the reservations.

Selection process

NWRC relies upon the accuracy of other data provided throughout the hiring process and employment. After reviewing application materials, the most qualified candidates will be contacted to participate in a selection process. NWRC will make reasonable accommodation upon request for those individuals with disabilities.

Equal employment opportunity

NWRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a drug- and alcohol-free workplace.