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Administrative, Business, Operations and Support Staff

It takes a team to embrace OSH's vision of hope, safety and recovery for all. Employees in the areas of administration, business operations and support play an important role in helping their colleagues carry out quality, patient-centered care. Join a team of dedicated professionals interested in helping change the lives of others. 
OSH offers competitive salaries, a collegial atmosphere and generous benefits.

A broad range of administrative roles ensure the hospital’s effective and consistent management, including program managers, unit administrators and budget and fiscal analysts. As an administrator at OSH, you’ll have opportunities for continued professional growth and belong to a team dedicated to supporting the recovery of the patients we serve.


Roles in business operations support the hospital’s mission and help ensure OSH meets our fiscal and legal responsibilities through accurate data analysis, policy development, compliance, accounting and many more positions. As a member of OSH’s business team, you’ll gain experience in the business operations of a publicly funded psychiatric hospital and help ensure its responsibilities to patients, employees and the public.

Support staff

The work at OSH is supported by several essential positions, including office managers, office specialists, executive assistants, technology services staff and project coordinators. As a support staff member, you’ll contribute to the efficiency and consistency of hospital operations and have opportunities for professional development.


Operations staff ensure the campuses in Salem and Junction City function effectively and safely every day. Whether providing technical expertise, fulfilling maintenance requests, overseeing food services, securing the campus, or serving as an operational subject matter expert, the operations team uses a customer-centered approach to carry out their crucial responsibilities.

Why OSH?

“Cleaning is part of safety, at the end of the day, I know I did a good job, giving [patients] a clean space.”

Cecelia, Environmental Services Custodian