Watershed Health Careers
Join us on our mission!
Every Watershed team member plays an important role in accomplishing our mission of helping patients feel better and live longer. We work together to improve patient outcomes and achieve success for our partners. We employ agency, autonomy and accountability to exceed expectations in our own roles.
Watershed is continuously working to provide better tools to reduce hospital readmissions for our customers. Our organization is growing rapidly and will post specific job openings here. If you don’t see one that fits your background, but have related experience in building or deploying tools to reduce hospital readmissions and a passion for our mission, submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Senior software engineer
- Software engineer
- QA engineer
- User interface/experience designer
“It means so much to know we are having a positive impact on our patients’ day to day lives.”
Katrina JohnsonHealth Navigator
“I’m excited to be a part of such a warm, knowledgeable and innovative team that is solving a very important problem, providing tools to reduce hospital readmissions for our patients.”
Sumathi ChunduriQA Engineer
“My favorite part of my job is being an advocate for patients who do not have social support — working with compassion and energy to keep them out of the hospital is incredibly rewarding.”
Kaylee DimmHealth Navigator
“I love being part of a team that’s truly passionate about their work and making a difference in patients’ lives. Plus, Watershed’s rapid growth means plenty of opportunities for me to grow as an employee, too!”
Shandan WigginsInterface Engineer
“Watershed is a great place for me because I love challenges. When the whole team is dedicated to making a difference in the community, there’s an endless need for new ideas and processes to push the envelope.”
Joey DesmondHealth Navigator
“I love what I get to do every day! Our rapid growth provides plenty of opportunities for me to share our unique approach and commitment to help people feel better and live longer.”