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At Northwest Mothers Milk Bank, our team is critical to our success. We seek energetic and passionate people to join our staff! We provide a unique opportunity to be a part of a growing nonprofit organization that impacts the health of infants in the Pacific Northwest.

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Northwest Mothers Milk Bank is a community-based nonprofit human milk bank affiliated with the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA). We serve hospitals and families in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and beyond.


NWMMB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

NWMMB currently has one open position.


Milk Processing Technician

This position is a full-time, benefitted opportunity.

A Milk Processing Technician is energetic and detail-oriented, with a strong interest in science. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of a growing not-for-profit organization that impacts the health of infants in our communities. The Milk Processing Technician’s primary job responsibility is to perform and assist with all steps of the milk pasteurization process. 

Click HERE to learn more about the job qualifications and requirements. 

f you are interested in and meet the basic qualifications for this position, please send a resume and cover letter  explaining why you are a strong candidate to . NWMMB will interview and fill position after identification of a qualified applicant.


Please respect the staff and their work at Northwest Mothers Milk Bank and do not contact anyone directly. The start date for this position is immediate.


We look forward to receiving your resume and letter!

Working at NWMMB is uplifting and inspiring, giving you purpose to each workday. The team comes together for the common goal and passion of helping these vulnerable, precious lives. This place of work is truly something special; it fosters personal and team growth, and most importantly, everyone is each other’s biggest cheerleader.

— Rachel Dunn, RN and NWMMB employee