Triage Coordinator

We have a challenging and exciting opportunity available to utilize your critical knowledge in a unique and specialized setting as a Triage Coordinator. Our Triage Coordinators play a critical role in facilitating the donation of life-saving organs, eyes, and tissues by working directly with families of donors and hospital personnel.

If you meet the following qualifications, please click here to view the full job description and to submit your resume and cover letter.

  • In accordance with SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) vaccine mandates put into place by our partner donor hospitals, current and prospective employees for this position will need to be fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated is defined as having received two shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Qualifications and Job Info:

  • Undergraduate degree, diploma or certificate in a health field or related area.
  • One to two years of experience as support staff in the clinical health care field such as LPN, Paramedic, EMT or related experience in tissue banking.
  • CTBS certification preferred but not required.
  • Identifies, collects and interprets a potential donor’s medical and social history.
  • Ability to locate and understand progress notes, doctor’s orders, lab results, medication lists, and EMS run reports.

The hours for the day shift are 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and the night shift is from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Each shift covers thirteen and a half hours and includes two (2) weekend shifts and four (4) weekday shifts in a two-week period.

  • Lifebanc is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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The stories of our donor and recipient families are powerful, moving celebrations of life, hope, and love that get to the heart of why we do what we do, and the difference we can all make. Lifebanc believes that anyone can be a hero – and we see it every day in the generous decisions of people and families who choose and support organ and tissue donation. We’d like you to meet some of these heroes, and some of the Northeast Ohio neighbors they are helping.

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