We are looking for dedicated individuals, excited to be a part of our culture! Donor Network of Arizona was awarded Top Companies to Work for in Arizona for 2022 and 2023!
Donor Network of Arizonas mission is to make the most of life through the gift of organ and tissue donation. We challenge ourselves and others every day to realize Arizona's potential to save and improve lives. Every employee at Donor Network of Arizona is responsible for embracing the organizational culture by upholding the Donor Network of Arizonas core values of Positive Energy, Passion and Eagerness.
Competitive Salary $33-$42
Organizational Incentive Program Annually, up to 10% (7% at target)*
Very Generous Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
Paid Life Insurance and LTD Insurance
Voluntary Life Insurance options
403b employer match and profit sharing
Generous Tuition Assistance Program
Employee Assistance Program
Employee Wellness Program
Tobacco Free Workplace?
Organ Donation Coordinator:
The Organ Donation Coordinator (ODC) is responsible for responding to heart beating ventilated referrals, assessing organ donor suitability, and enhancing the donation process. The ODC is responsible for maintaining donor records, gathering and providing information in regard to family status to assist the Donation and Family Advocate (DFA), participating in case start up, pre-OR preparation and OR documentation. The ODC is also responsible for postmortem care and other associated duties while in the OR, assisting donor program development with post-donor hospital communication, providing donor family support, and communication in conjunction with donor family advocate services.
Demonstrates an understanding of the legal and hospital requirements for death declaration and organ donation.
Demonstrates proficiency in physical exam and physical assessment (ODC II only)
Shares 12-hour "on-call" responsibility with other organ donation staff as determined by on-call schedule.
Ability to fulfill all on-call obligations; case work up to 12+ consecutive hours in levels of high donor/referral activity.
Owns or has unlimited access to a motor vehicle while on call.
Will require occasional out of town travel.
Moderate physical effort. (move/lift/carry up to 50 pounds)
Frequent prolonged standing/walking.
Work requires stooping, kneeling, reaching and handling (seizing, holding, grasping, turning or otherwise working with hands).
Lifts, positions, pushes and/or transfers patients, supplies and equipment.
Possible mental and visual fatigue associated with detailed work and extended driving.
Receive detailed information through oral and auditory communication.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Associate Degree in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
(BSN Masters Degree in Transplantation and Donation Sciences
Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT)
Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP); with 2 years direct clinical experience in critical care or emergency/pre-hospital care.
Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT), Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP), or licensure in nursing preferred. Basic Life Support (BLS)
Donor Network of Arizona is a drug free workplace