Are you ready to save a life?
Do you want to be the person that makes the miracle of organ donation a reality? Do you want to turn tragedy into hope and healing? This is what we do every single day and we think you have what it takes.
Join a team that combines the fulfillment of an amazing mission with incredible benefits. This is not just another job or listing on your resume. Simply put, this job will change you, just like organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation changes the lives of donor families and recipients.
Every day, the Lifebanc team gets the opportunity to change lives forever. Become a part of our family as we work toward a world where everyone in need of an organ or tissue transplant receives the healing they deserve. Come be a life saver.
What is Lifebanc?
Lifebanc, is the federally designated organ, eye and tissue recovery organization that serves 20 counties in Northeast Ohio. Put simply, we facilitate and coordinate organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation in our community and educate the public on the importance of our mission. Our vision is pursuing a future when the decision to donate is an honor and everyone waiting receives a transplant. Our mission is saving and healing lives through organ and tissue donation for transplantation.
This position is responsible for the transportation of donors for the purposes of tissue recovery, donor samples, and recovery and transplant personnel. Additionally, this position is responsible for transporting donors post-recovery to Coroner’s/Medical Examiner’s Office’s or Funeral Homes/Crematories.
1) Provides transportation services to ensure continuity of Lifebanc’s operations.
2) Delivers customer service with the highest level of excellence to all individuals within and outside of Lifebanc during routine and stressful situations.
3) Responsible for maintaining all of Lifebanc’s recovery and donor transport vehicles and designated garage space.
4) Prioritize case load by utilizing active organizational skills, effective time management and critical thinking.
5) Serves as a back-up for deliveries including but not limited to the delivery of supplies, specimens to Coroners/Medical Examiner’s offices and donor reconstruction materials to funeral homes.
6) Effectively communicate and interact with hospital staff, lab professionals, clinical teams, funeral homes, Coroner’s/ME offices in both positive and negative situations.
- Degree, diploma or certification in allied health (EMT, Paramedic, Funeral Director or Embalmer) is preferred.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people, including medical staff, hospital personnel and donor families.
- Ability to assume responsibility without direct supervision, exercise initiative and make responsible decisions under stressful conditions.
- Ability to keep accurate records.
- Working knowledge of office equipment, including but not limited to personal computer, photocopier, smartphone, and the ability to send and receive text messages and emails.
- Physically able to perform driving, transporting donors, standing, walking, prolonged sitting and be able to lift weight up to one hundred seventy-five pounds (175 lbs.).
- Ability to transfer donors unassisted from table to cart to transport vehicle and from transport vehicle to cart to table.
- Current valid driver’s license and automobile insurance.
Compensation and Benefits
We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package including healthcare, employer paid dental, short and long-term disability and life insurance. We also offer paid time off, retirement plan, on-site fitness facility, tuition reimbursement and more!
Are you already helping us save and heal lives through organ, eye and tissue donation? If not, you can start today!