We welcome your interest in employment at the Washington Poison Center. Below you will find job and volunteer announcements for positions that are currently open. Washington Poison Center is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome and encourage diversity in our workplace.
The most appropriate application form can be found under either the Job or Volunteer Opportunity headings. Simply fill out the appropriate application and save it to your computer. Print out the application and sign. Fax it to 206.774.1129 with a copy of your resume and cover letter. You can also mail it to the address on the top of the application form.
Bilingual (Spanish) Education Specialist .5 FTE
Washington Poison Center based in Seattle is currently recruiting for a part-time Bilingual (Spanish) Education Specialist to join our team. Reporting to and working closely with the Public Health and Education Director, the Bilingual (Spanish) Education Specialist will coordinate, deliver, and help design new and existing non-clinical Hispanic public education and outreach programs. The successful candidate will represent the WAPC at Hispanic community groups and agencies that are dedicated to safety education, public health and the reduction of poison related injury. We are recruiting for an individual who is interested in working 20 hours a week with the ability to travel to Eastern Washington four times a year overnight.
The Washington Poison Center is the accredited poison center serving Washington State. We are a stand-alone 501c3 corporation. If you are interested in being a part of a dynamic, progressive and ambitious organization, please submit a cover letter with your CV and an employment application found below.
Employment Application: Applications for employment will remain in our database for six months.
Mr. Yuk Mascot
Would you like to be Mr. Yuk? The Washington Poison Center is seeking a pool of individuals to serve as our Mascot – Mr. Yuk at various community events.
Mr. Yuk Educator – Poison Education for Youth
Would you like to educate youth on how Mr. Yuk helps us identify and stay away from poisons?