Work at OMC

Working together to provide excellence in health care

Olympic Medical Center, the largest employer in Clallam County, has a wide variety of employment opportunities. We welcome you the opportunity to join our team of highly-trained and experienced staff!

We offer excellent benefits, competitive salaries and an intentional culture that represents respect and appreciation for all of our employees.

Have a question about how to apply for a career with Olympic Medical Center? Contact us by emailing For answers to some frequently asked questions, click here.

Pursuant to the vaccination requirement under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), job offers are contingent on being fully vaccinated or being approved for an exemption prior to the hire date. Fully vaccinated is defined by CMS as two weeks or more since the individual completed a primary vaccination series for COVID-19.  If you are unable to get vaccinated against COVID-19 because of a disability or if the requirement to do so conflicts with your sincerely held religious beliefs, practice or observance, you may request an accommodation to be exempted.

Olympic Medical Center offers a robust nurse residency program. The 11-month program ensures a smooth transition to practice for registered nurse graduates. Each nurse resident at Olympic Medical Center works 1-on-1 with a preceptor for the first 12 weeks of the program.

After the first 12 weeks of the program, nurse residents attend monthly roundtables to discuss topics critical to the transition to practice. Roundtables are offered in several modalities to fulfill each resident’s work-balance needs. Resident must attend at least 80 percent of the monthly roundtables.

Career Pathways

Your pathway to a rewarding career begins at Olympic Medical Center.

Whether you have experience working in healthcare or not, Olympic Medical Center offers entry-level career opportunities in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings. Some positions require only a high school diploma or GED in terms of education; some positions may have additional prerequisites.

Olympic Medical Center supports ongoing education and professional development in a variety of formal and informal career pathways. Many employees enjoy growth opportunities at Olympic Medical Center, advancing to different departments and increasing responsibilities. LEARN MORE

My OMC Why

Olympic Medical Center providers and staff share what makes OMC a great place to work.

I love working at Olympic Medical Center because they strive to make improvements for their patients.
– Lynette Brown, RN
Olympic Medical Center is a trophy for our community. – Mark Fischer, MD
I work with a great group of team members that have the same goals in mind, to help our patients find the resources they need for their health care. – Jennifer Eiland
Olympic Medical Center has been the best employer I’ve ever had for my family. – Olivia Ford, RN
You get to challenge yourself in the nursing field, but still get the small-town feel. It’s a beautiful place to live. – Karla Najera, RN
It’s been a great place to work. I’m really thankful they gave me a chance to work here. I do love this hospital. – Laurie Elmer, RN
From HR to people in my new department, they all had one thing to say - Welcome to the team! – Kim Beus
Olympic Medical Center genuinely cares about our patients, our community, and the staff who work hard to achieve excellent care.
– Aleisha Autrey
I’ve never worked in a place that I felt so supported. – Michael Perchert-Osuna

Olympic Medical Center offers entry-level career opportunities in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings. These positions require only a high school diploma or GED in terms of education; some positions may have additional prerequisites.

If you’re looking to begin a career in healthcare, these positions – in areas such as customer service, housekeeping, nutrition services and more – offer great benefits, stable employment and opportunities for advancement.

A Day in the Life

Home Health Visit Nurses travel far and county-wide to bring patient-centered care directly to individuals in their homes.

“I didn’t know about Home Health and how amazing it was until I actually worked there, and it’s my favorite nursing job I’ve ever had. It’s made me a stronger nurse.” – Bronwynn Watson, RN

“Laboratory Assistant” perhaps isn’t a job title that illustrates the whole story of this wide-ranging, critical role within the Laboratory at Olympic Medical Center.

“The lab assistant position is multifaceted. This job has allowed me to have conversations with every department, every position, and I’ve gotten to see the ins and outs [of the hospital].” – Kari Lessor, Laboratory Assistant

Medical Office Nurse Coordinators are clinical professionals who play a key role in coordinating patient care.

“Helping solve patient problems, no matter how big or small gives me a sense of satisfaction that I have made a difference in that patient’s life that day.” – Katie Lee, RN

OMC’s ICU/Telemetry unit is a cohesive team that brings together many disciplines to provide advanced critical care to patients with acute medical conditions. It’s a complex and fast-paced environment that offers new challenges every day.

“I’ve never worked in a place that I felt so supported.” – Michael Perchert-Osuna, RN

Taking Care of our Team Members

Highly-Competitive Benefits

  • Insurance Plans
    • Health, Dental, Vision
    • Life Insurance
    • Short Term and Long Term Disability
  • Retirement Programs (Pension Plan, 403(b) and 457(b) Retirement Plans)
  • Paid Time Off (Vacation, Holiday)
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Additional Benefits, such as:
    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
    • Fitness Club Reimbursement
    • Cafeteria and Espresso Bar employee discount
    • Verizon and AT&T mobile plan discounts

Work Here, Play Here

The Olympic Peninsula boasts diverse natural beauty, from the picturesque coastline of the Pacific Ocean to the rugged peaks of the Olympic Mountains to dense rainforests and crystal-clear lakes. The towns of Port Angeles – home to OMC’s flagship campus – Sequim and Joyce stretch across the majority of the Clallam County and comprise the hospital’s service area. Our region is surrounded by natural beauty, with Olympic National Park to the south and the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the North.

Whether you enjoy hiking, camping, fishing, kayaking or cycling, the Olympic Peninsula is home to myriad opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, and a great place to live, work, play and raise a family.

Explore the Olympic Peninsula through the links and videos below.