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Public Health - Seattle & King County

Jobs at Public Health - Seattle & King County

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New jobs are frequently offered by Public Health - Seattle & King County. Find out what new and exciting jobs are available and apply online!

Hiring processes and practices
Hiring processes and practices

Learn about the different job classifications offered and how to be considered for employment at Public Health

Public Health Reserve Corps
Public Health Reserve Corps

The Public Health Reserve Corps (PHRC) is a community-based group of local medical and non-medical workers who can serve as volunteers during a public health emergency. 

Public Health Human Resources

Privacy use and policy

Public Health - Seattle & King County understands the importance of protecting the privacy of our applicants and employees. Information collected through this part of the,, or sites is used to process employment applications using the most current security technology available. We do not collect, process or engage in electronic transactions involving protected health information through these sites.

Links to companies and other agencies are offered as a courtesy to our customers. Care is taken to maintain the links; however, we assume no liability for broken links. To report a broken link, contact us at

None of the information on this website forms a contract. These general guidelines do not constitute promises of specific treatment in specific situations. King County retains the right to modify its policies and procedures on this website from time to time without notice.

Contact us:
  • For questions regarding class specifications and employment with Public Health - Seattle & King County, please email us at: or call 206-296-4600.

  • To learn more about nursing opportunities, please contact our Nurse Recruiter, Mary Fatica, at 206-263-8358.

  • For general questions about Public Health's services, how to use the Public Health website or you would like to issue a complaint of any kind, please use our online form.

About us

The City of Seattle and King County governments had their own health departments until the two merged in 1951 forming what is now Public Health - Seattle & King County. Learn more.