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Do you have what it takes? PSW is in search of new talent to help grow our team. No global movement stems from individuals; it takes an entire team to create something big. At PSW, we work hard, laugh often, brainstorm nonstop, and give the best (air) high-fives in town.

Our services span throughout 18 states, employ nearly 100 staff members that we call family, and offer an incredible breadth of knowledge and experience in healthcare innovation. There are jobs, then there are careers. Find your seat today.


PSW values the professional development of our employees. By fostering a culture of determination and goal-setting, we give our staff the necessary tools for them to reach new heights for their personal achievements. PSW believes that a strong mindset and clear goals can lead to great success. With the help of our leadership, we ensure every employee has the opportunity to succeed and we recognize everyone’s achievements.


PSW is committed to enhancing diversity, equality, and inclusion. We pride ourselves on the culture we have built and commit to being a place where dialogue that strengthens knowledge, fosters understanding and ensures respect is not only welcome, but invited.


View our job listings below and click the “Apply Now” button to submit an application via Indeed.

Marketing Coordinator

The Marketing Coordinator will support marketing, communications, and graphic design efforts on behalf of the company. The position has a key role in multiple projects requiring active stakeholder engagement and working collaboratively across departments.



Associate Project Manager

The Associate Project Manager will work closely with the various business units within Physicians of Southwest Washington (PSW) as well as external stakeholders in support of technical and business-oriented projects.

The Associate Project Manager will manage scope, schedule, quality, and resource constraints to deliver value to the business. This role keeps the Director of Project Management and all other program stakeholders informed as the project progresses, tracks task completion against planned activities, adjusts as necessary, and flags outstanding risks and issues. The Associate Project Manager will have a key role in documenting project artifacts, workflows, and influencing best practices for PSW.


Non-Licensed Care Navigator

Working in conjunction with a Care Management nurse, the Non-Licensed Care Navigator (CN) is responsible for providing outreach and education services for identified high-risk members. This position requires strong interpersonal skills to make connections and build relationships with vulnerable populations. The CN works collaboratively with nursing staff, the Primary Care Provider and other community based agencies with the purpose of making the critical linkages to health information and services. Additionally, this position is often the first point of contact and is responsible for managing inquiries for the Care Management Department. The CN will work to establish relationship and connection with the client’s familial and friend support network and serve as a non-adversarial bridge to promote and foster collaboration and communication between all involved parties. The CN will assist with outreach and record encounters in accordance with PSW documentation standards. Navigators provide clerical and administrative support to for Care Management Nurses, support beneficiaries in reaching their personal and medical care plan goals, and assist with care coordination.


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