Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Current job postings are listed below. If you’re interested and qualified, please follow one of these steps to apply:

     1.  To complete an online application: online employment application form

     2.  To access a printable hard copy application: employment application 

Return your completed application to us in person, by mail (495 SW Ramsey Ave., Grants Pass, OR 97527), or via email to careers@grantspassclinic.com.

A cover letter and/or resume with your application is encouraged but not required.

Qualifications for all positions include reliability, good attendance, adaptability, teamwork, attention to detail, and an ability to manage job duties in a calm and professional way. All applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in compliance with the state mandate for healthcare workers. Wages are DOE.


General Summary

Management position responsible for directing and coordinating the policies and practices of human resources including staffing, compensation, benefits administration, recruiting, risk management, compliance, and training.

Essential Job Responsibilities

Maintains strictest confidentiality of patient and business information. Adheres to all HIPAA security and privacy requirements and regulations. Complies with the Clinic’s Code of Conduct and professional expectations. Works cooperatively and collaboratively with all other individuals employed by Grants Pass Clinic to fulfill the mission of providing high quality health care to patients with compassion, integrity, and professionalism.

  • Develops/implements human resources plan for clinic including recruitment, selection, promotion/transfer, orientation, compensation administration, and labor relations in collaboration with management team.
  • Recruitment responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Work with department managers and supervisors to identify staffing needs.
  • Actively advertise position openings for physicians, providers, and employees.
  • Work with department supervisors to screen potential candidates and
  • Participate in interviews as requested by department supervisors.
  • Educates/advises administrative and clinical managers on personnel issues including hiring, termination, counseling, and morale.
  • Conducts annual compensation surveys and recommends changes to ensure clinic remains competitive with market rates for wages/salaries and benefits.
  • Maintains/monitors records of worker’s compensation, equal employment opportunity (EEO), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA), unemployment, and other employee claims. Reviews exit interview data.
  • Recommends changes to policy and training to ensure compliance with laws and regulations.
  • Practices open-door policy to encourage employees to discuss grievances. Facilitates peer-to-peer and employee–supervisor discussion/mediations.
  • Recommends and facilitates employee recognition efforts and events.
  • Coordinates and administers health insurance and other employee benefits.
  • Maintains the human resources database.
  • Maintains the Employee Handbook.
  • Develops and conducts the new employee orientation session for new hires and explains benefits at the time of eligibility.
  • Develop, initiate, maintain, and revise policies and procedures for the clinics established Compliance and Integrity Program.
  • Develop, initiate, maintain, and revise policies and procedures for the clinic’s Risk Management Program to prevent or reduce liability exposure.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Performance Requirements

Knowledge of:

  • Federal and state employment/labor laws and clinic policies.
  • How to conduct wage/salary and employee satisfaction surveys; to mediate personnel grievances/disputes; to analyze human resources data for critical indicators.
  • Compensation/benefits administration.
  • Current benefits and administration requirements.
  • Federal, state, and local regulations related to benefits.
  • Human resources policies and procedures.
  • Employment laws.
  • Various recruitment methods.
  • Customer service techniques.

Skills in:

  • Staying abreast of the latest in employment, labor, compensation, government regulations related to personnel.
  • Gathering/analyzing objective and subjective data on personnel matters and facilitation resolution.
  • Advising/educating managers on human resources best practices including employee training, motivation, development, and discipline/termination.
  • Understanding employment law by accurate recording and reporting in compliance with regulations.
  • Working with computers and computer applications
  • Problem solving.
  • Developing and implementing recruitment materials.
  • Excellent organizational skills.

Ability to:

  • Role model effectively with many types of people at all levels including as an employee advocate, a manager and supervisor counsel, and a physician resource.
  • Direct the best use of the human resources management information system in reporting statistics.
  • Communicate effectively in written and verbal form.
  • Work effectively with all levels of personnel including physicians, managers, supervisors, and other staff.
  • Be highly efficient, organized, and accurate in work.
  • Project positive and professional image.
  • Coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks, projects, and schedules.
  • Establish and develop effective working relationships.

Training and Meeting Attendance

Prepares the monthly physician Executive Committee meeting packet and attends the meeting to record and prepare the minutes. May be needed to fill in for the Administrative Assistant’s similar duties for the monthly Partnership meeting.

Attends regularly scheduled clinic committee meetings; Managers, Supervisors, HIPAA, and Safety. Attends other meetings as directed by the CEO.

Attends mandatory annual Compliance, Safety, and HIPAA Privacy and Security Training.


Minimum level is a high school diploma. Additional training, certification, or education is preferred.


Minimum two years in personnel management, preferably in the health care industry.

Decision Making

Makes decisions and establishes work priorities based on the needs of the Clinic and in conjunction with CEO and other department managers.


Has authority to carry out all essential job responsibilities. Reports to the CEO. Supervises four employees: Facility Supervisor, Administrative Assistant, Medical Records Supervisor, and Patient Services Coordinator.

Physical Requirements

Sitting in a normal seated position for extended periods of time, some bending, stooping and stretching. Eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity required to operate a keyboard, mouse, open files, operate fax and copier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. Communication skills using the spoken English word. Ability to see and hear within normal parameters. Requires occasional lifting of papers or boxes up to 30 pounds. Ability to cope with and manage situational as well as usual and customary inherent work environment stressors.

Grants Pass Clinic is in compliance with the Oregon COVID-19 vaccination mandate for healthcare workers.

The job holder must demonstrate current competencies applicable to the job position.

This description is a general statement of required major duties and responsibilities performed on a regular and continuous basis. It is not intended to serve as an exhaustive list of all duties, skills and responsibilities required. It does not exclude other duties as assigned. Working conditions may change as the needs of the Department and Clinic evolve.



  • Full-time, partial benefits, including PTO
  • 20 hours per week – variable days/hours
  • Business Office duties such as payment processing, referral/prior authorization coordination and patient services.
  • Good customer service skills and the ability to work as a team is a must.
  • Previous medical business office experience is preferred, but not required.



  • Full-time, benefits eligible.
  • Hours – Monday-Friday – 6am – 3pm.
  • Housekeeping, stocking and inventory of medical supplies.
  • Knowledge of cleaning and handling surgical instruments and medical supplies preferred, but not required.
  • Good attendance and positive attitude is a must.



  • Full-time, benefits eligible.
  • Experience with Allscripts and Dragon.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or a combination of 2+ years’ experience of providing medical software application support and 3+ year’s clinical experience.
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • Experience with data reporting tools.
  • Experience with training others.



  • Full-time, benefits eligible.
  • One year experience required; proof of certification required.
  • Phlebotomy experience and/or certification a plus.
  • Experience working with pediatric patients a plus.



  • Full time, benefits eligible.
  • Opportunity to work from home.
  • CPC and CRC certifications required.



  • Full time, benefits eligible.
  • Previous customer service experience required. Experience in a medical office a plus.
  • Must be able to multi-task (including patient check in/check outs, verifying insurance, updating information, receiving co-pays).



  • Full-time, benefits eligible.
  • At least one year experience preferred.
  • Certification preferred but not required.
  • Reimbursement for CMA certification fees available after 90 days of employment.


Why work for Grants Pass Clinic?

We offer the ability to work and grow in a supportive, team-centered environment. Our work schedules are consistent (Monday through Friday), and our benefit package is comprehensive and robust. If patient care is your calling, Grants Pass Clinic offers the opportunity to build relationships with patients over time.

Learn more about Grants Pass Clinic

Founded in 1949, Grants Pass Clinic is a multi-specialty medical group dedicated to providing high quality health care to our patients with compassion, integrity and professionalism. The Grants Pass Clinic is a physician-owned, financially strong and thriving multi-specialty group. Our partner group is the largest in Southern Oregon and consists of internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, general surgery, and podiatry.  We provide on-site laboratory and radiology services and other ancillary patient services such as EKGs, pulmonary function and treadmill tests and holter monitoring.

Our physicians continue to be instrumental in evolving health care at the local, regional, and national level.  Grants Pass Clinic has been a Patient Centered Primary Care Medical Home (PCPCH) certified clinic since 2011 and has achieved the State’s highest 5-Star designation. In May 2016, we were the national recipient of the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services Comprehensive Primary Care Champion Award for the State of Oregon.

We are actively engaged in the integration of cost-effective comprehensive medical, mental, and dental health services for patients in our rural area through innovative efforts.  

Community Information

Grants Pass is located on the Wild and Scenic Rogue River. The area is renowned for its whitewater rafting and fly fishing. A wide variety of recreational and cultural opportunities exist for the entire family. Southern Oregon’s best known features include the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, the Britt Music Festival in Jacksonville, and Oregon Caves National Monument. We are one hour north of the California border, and within two hours of Redwood National Park, Crater Lake National Park, and the Oregon coast.

Our four-season climate most closely resembles that of the temperate Napa Valley and the surrounding area is fast developing its own reputation as wine country. The long season not only produces fine wines, but also provides ample opportunity for golfing, tennis, hiking, and camping.