Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 25-Sep-2017 to 24-Oct-2017
  • - Indiana Donor Network
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

The Family Services Coordinator is an opportunity for a compassionate and confident professional to serve our donor families at Indiana Donor Network. This individual will gather information regarding a patient's organ donation eligibility and support donor families through the organ donation process with education and compassion.
 
Indiana Donor Network is the non-profit health service dedicated to advancing organ, tissue, and eye donation and transplantation throughout Indiana.  Indiana Donor Network, one of 58 designated organ recovery organizations in the U.S., is a vital link between people waiting for life-saving organ transplants and donors. Working closely with Indiana hospitals, donor families and the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), we are a team of skilled, experienced professionals responsible for overseeing and coordinating organ donation across Indiana. Our non-profit organization with 145 employees is also committed to educating Hoosiers about the importance of organ and tissue donation.

Responsibilities:

Are you looking for an exciting new career opportunity to use your knowledge and skills in a way that saves and enhances lives?
At Indiana Donor Network, our mission is saving and enhancing the quality of life through organ, tissue and eye donation and transplantation. As a Family Services Coordinator you will be responsible for:
• Serving as a liaison between the donor family, procurement coordinator, and hospital clinicians
• Initiating donation conversations with families of potential donors and hospital staff
• Providing support and education to donor families as needed
• Responding to referrals from local hospitals to collect and communicate data regarding donation suitability
• Gather clinical information on potential donors regarding vital signs and other relevant information necessary to authorize donation

Qualifications:

Qualified candidates should have a Bachelor's degree, or the equivalent education and experience, in a social services profession or related field. A clinical background, such as nursing, is strongly preferred. You'll have a general understanding of disease processes and how they affect organ function, ability to conduct thorough physical and neurological assessments, and extensive knowledge of medical terminology.

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