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Volunteer Listings

The volunteer positions below represent only a sampling of opportunities available. To apply for an adult volunteer position, click here. Please note, it may take 24 hours before application is received.

Courtesy Shuttle Driver

If you can operate a golf cart, you can provide transportation services for visitors and employees around the hospital campus. You’ll take them back and forth from the hospital, Providence Place and the medical building to the parking lots. Qualifications: Must enjoy customer service, have good communication skills and be detailed oriented. You’ll need a valid driver’s license and a good driving record and be willing to take a drug/alcohol test and undergo a driving record check. (The hospital’s automobile insurance will cover volunteer drivers while performing the duties of driving the golf cart).

Emergency Room Angel

Serve as a liaison between patients, family, friends and the professional staff. Duties might include assisting emergency department staff to transport patients by wheelchair, helping registration clerks with admission records or running errands for staff and families. Qualifications: Must have excellent communication skills and stay calm during stressful situations. Other requirements are being flexible; mature and a self-starter.

Hospitality Cart/Volunteer Patient Visitor

Check in with the charge nurse on duty to see if there are any patients that should not be visited. Review room numbers and patient names on the wall chart to obtain necessary information before proceeding with visits. Make random or assigned visits to patients regarding their healing process. Immediately report any patient needs to the nursing staff or the Patient Representative. Allow a family member or visitor an opportunity to share their thoughts and concerns. Use discretion in the amount of time you spend with a patient. After each patient visit leave the completed patient log at the clinical manager’s office. Also leave a copy in the Hospital Patient Representative’s office. Qualifications: Must Good customer service skills and a friendly personality. Positive attitude and flexibility in determining and meeting the patient’s needs. Use good judgment in dealing with patient issues.

Main Lobby Information Desk and Information Desk Attendant (South Entrance)

Act as a goodwill ambassador for all visitors and patients at Providence. You’ll handle patient information inquiries and help people with directions to different departments. Other tasks include helping with patient dismissals and delivering flowers and packages to patients. Qualifications: The ability to walk and transport patients by wheelchair and good public relations skills. Self-starters with outgoing personalities do best here.

Pet Therapy Escort

Escort the Pet Partner teams in waiting rooms and patient care areas for the benefit of patients, visitors and staff.

Qualifications: Friendly. Awareness of safety guidelines.

Pet Partners

Want to bring joy and improve lives in your community, all while spending time with your pet? If the answer is yes, then we’re here to get you started and support you along the way! Please call the Pet Partners Program at 425-679-5500 or visit their website at to learn how you and your pet can join the certified pet therapy animal teams at Providence.


The Registration waiting room receptionist serves as a liaison between recovery room personnel, the physician and the surgery patient’s family by relating information from recovery to the family, and by identifying family members for the physician. Assists the outpatient clerks by greeting patients, and directing them to the registration desk(s). Qualifications: Able to communicate with persons of different backgrounds and ages. Able to perform clerical duties such as filing and recording keeping. Able to understand graphics on computer relating to patients in recovery.

Surgery Waiting Room Receptionist

Relate information to surgery patients’ families from recovery and identify family members for physicians. Qualifications: Must be able to communicate with persons of different backgrounds and ages, perform clerical duties such as filing and record-keeping and understand computer information relating to patients in recovery.