Passionate about helping those in need? So are we.

At Share, our staff is passionate and dedicated to providing vital services to those in our community who face hunger, food insecurity, homelessness, lack of access to affordable housing and more. We’d love your help – come join us!

Share Employment Application:

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Confidentiality & Privacy Policies

Share prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, economic status, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation and marital or family status.

Share strives to protect the identity of all clients and to treat each individual with care and dignity to establish safety, trust and confidence in our programs. To that end, employees and Board members sign a Confidentiality Policy (available for review via the link below).

Share’s Confidentiality Policy | Share’s Privacy Policy

Below is a list of our current employment opportunities:

Click on the employment opportunity for a job description, summary of essential job functions and responsibilities, minimum requirements and abilities required. To apply for one of our open employment opportunities, please e-mail your resume and completed employment application to Diane McWithey at

Winter Hospitality Overflow (WHO) & On-Call Job Description

Work Study Positions for Students

Share works in partnership with Clark College to provide Work Study positions for current students.

Positions include:

  • Case Manager Assistant for Outreach
  • Food Coordinator
  • Office Assistant
  • Shelter Assistant
  • Volunteer Coordinator Assistant

For more information on current Work Study openings, call Molly Evjen (360) 952-8228 or email

Confidentiality & Privacy Policies

The Notice of Privacy Practices is to ensure that all Share Employees and Business Associates preserve the integrity and confidentiality of client protected health information (PHI) consistent with the privacy rules of Washington, the federal Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), and under general, professional ethics. This Notice of Privacy Practices also specifies client rights regarding the use of their protected health information (PHI), and to describe and maintain a process for filing a complaint in the event a client feels those rights have been violated.

Share’s Confidentiality Policy | Share’s Privacy Policy | Notice of Privacy Practices