Are you interested in a career where you help save lives every day? Are you looking for a career and not just a job? Are you looking for a company with great benefits? We want to talk to you!
We are looking for dedicated professionals to help us carry out our mission to save and improve lives through organ and tissue donation.
We are currently seeking a Full-Time to join our team in Albuquerque, NM.
As a Family Care Coordinator, you will be part of our fantastic Clinical team and will work with families to facilitate the organ and tissue donation process.
In addition to working closely with donor families, other responsibilities include:
Working with hospital personnel, physicians, and Organ Recovery Coordinators
Working on an on-call basis to facilitate the authorization process with potential organ and tissue donor families
Responsible for responding on site for initial referrals for screening, to support families onsite for organ cases, and to offer the donation opportunity. On call responsibilities may be affected by increased donor activity. Extensive on call services will be required.
Consistently communicates and has empathy for both the donor family and potential transplant recipient
Responsible for responding on site independently or with an ORC to hospital referrals in order to assess donors, interpret charts, document information, and communicate findings in a timely manner
This is a on call role, and will be required to work 15 days of 24-hour call per month. You will be working in both an office and hospital environment, with exposure to safety hazards. Travel will be required within our donor service area.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred
Two to four years of healthcare experience with families, counseling, bereavement, and/or crisis intervention preferred
Proficiency in Microsoft Programs
Internal Number: 1623
About New Mexico Donor Services
An Extraordinary Commitment to Science, Health, and Hope
New Mexico Donor Services (NMDS) serves two million people in the state of New Mexico. We are an exceptional team of professionals dedicated to saving and improving lives by connecting organ and tissue donations to the patients who need them. We strive to extend the reach of each generous donor’s gift to those who are always profoundly grateful for them.
NMDS operates in an ethically and financially responsible manner to conserve scarce resources and to ensure public trust. Our performance is measured by the impact we have on the lives of families who make transplantation possible, and the patients whose lives are saved and improved by their gifts. Each NMDS employee commits every day to be: