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Career Opportunities at the OneLegacy Foundation

As of June 20, 2014

 



 

Supervisor, Family Care Specialist

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Supervisor, Family Care Specialist in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description: The Supervisor of Family Care Specialists will be responsible for the administrative oversight of the Family Care Specialists and consent process, and effective approach management and monitoring of consent rates. This position requires an advanced level of expertise and overall understanding of the organ and tissue donation and transplantation process. The Family Care Specialists Supervisor periodically required to assume 24-hour responsibility in rotation with other Operations leadership and/or their staff. Qualifications: Four (4) year degree or documented education in grief counseling preferred. Must have a minimum of three (3) years of organ procurement experience as a Family Care Coordinator. Minimum one year of management or supervisory experienced preferred. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application, successfully pass a background screening process and successfully pass a coroner office background check. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Donor Information Coordinator

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Donor Information Coordinator in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description: The Donor Information Coordinator (DIC) is primarily responsible for the completion of the organ and tissue donor case files in a timely manner and in accordance with OneLegacy policies and procedures and regulatory requirements by performing the initial complete review, obtaining corrections from OneLegacy Recovery staff, obtaining required documentation from agencies such as hospitals, ME/Coroner’s offices, processors, laboratories, or other relevant government entities, and confirming that the donor case file is correct, accurate, and complete. The DIC will collaborate with other departments to communicate culture results to transplant centers. The DIC will enter case information into databases as assigned, which may include Organ Procurement Transplantation Network (OPTN). The DIC is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of donor information in donor databases. The DIC will work with the Supervisor of Donor Information to meet pre-determined chart completion goals. Performs all duties and responsibilities in compliance with policies and procedures, regulations as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations, and other applicable federal, state, and local laws. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (BS) from an accredited four-year college or university, completion of Surgical Technologist, EMT program, or LVN program with state certification. A minimum of two years recovery experience in organ or tissue banking is preferred. CTBS certification required to be obtained within 2 years of employment. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application, successfully pass a background screening process and successfully pass a coroner office background check. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Donation Development Coordinator

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Donation Development Coordinator in our Redlands Office. Position Description: The OneLegacy Donation Development Coordinator (DDC) is responsible to represent OneLegacy in assigned hospitals and partners with all hospitals within the designated service area (DSA) to maximize the potential for organ and tissue donation. The DDC maintains the hospital’s outcome data and communicates all data and missed donation opportunities for quality improvement to the appropriate hospital team members(s). The DDC partners with key administration and hospital team members to develop policies and procedures, implements strategies to increase referrals and improve performance outcomes in organ and tissue donation in assigned hospital(s). Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or at least two (2) years previous experience in the same or similar position with an organ procurement organization is preferred; Experience in presenting information to upper management, physicians/nurses, public groups, boards of directors, and committees; Experience in assessing challenging organizational and personal impediments to change and development of strategies to overcome these; Experience in analyzing and interpreting data, solving practical problems and dealing with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists; interpreting a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form; and creative and critical thinking skills, designing concepts and organizing effectively to motivate others. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application, successfully pass a background screening process and successfully pass a coroner office background check. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Executive Assistant, Information Technology

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Executive Assistant, Information Technology in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:: Executive Assistant (EA) to Information Technology (IT) is responsible for providing an advanced level of administrative and operational support to the Information Technology group. This position requires considerable professional skills to perform an assortment of highly confidential financial and personnel documents, and highly complex administrative duties for the Information Technology department. The Executive Assistant’s primary role is to relieve IT leadership of administrative details by performing diverse and confidential administrative support including composing overseeing assigned IT leadership’s projects or activities, coordinating their daily schedules/calendars and ensuring they are prepared and on time for various meetings and activities; communicating on their leadership’s behalf to internal and external management and/or authorities; and OneLegacy line management to gather/convey relevant information pertaining to projects, tasks, critical project deadlines and statistical data. The Executive Assistant will operate in a professional business environment that is very fast paced; therefore it’s critical that the Executive Assistant must have the ability to anticipate the needs of their assigned leadership. This person will also work closely with OneLegacy CEO, Advisory Board, Board of Directors and organ committees in executing both internal and external administrative projects. Qualifications: Four year college or university degree required; Minimum of four (4) years related experience as an executive assistant required; Proficient knowledge in MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Minimum typing speed of 50 wpm required. Working knowledge of personal computer, fax machine, telephone system, cell phone, photocopier, postage machine, and calculator required. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application, successfully pass a background screening process and successfully pass a coroner office background check. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Executive Assistant, Operations

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Executive Assistant, Operations in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:: Executive Assistant (EA) to Operations is responsible for providing an advanced level of administrative and operational support to the Operations leadership group. This position requires considerable professional skills to perform an assortment of highly confidential financial and personnel documents, and highly complex administrative duties for the Operations division. The Executive Assistant’s primary role is to relieve Operations leadership of administrative details by performing diverse and confidential administrative support including composing overseeing assigned Operations managers’ projects or activities, coordinating their daily schedules/calendars and ensuring they are prepared and on time for various meetings and activities; communicating on their managers’ behalf to internal and external management and/or authorities; and OneLegacy line management to gather/convey relevant information pertaining to projects, tasks, critical project deadlines and statistical data. The Executive Assistant will operate in a professional business environment that is very fast paced; therefore it’s critical that the Executive Assistant must have the ability to anticipate the needs of their assigned managers. This person will also work closely with OneLegacy CEO, Board of Advisory, Board of Directors and organ committees in executing both internal and external administrative projects. Qualifications: Four year college or university degree required; Minimum of four (4) years related experience as an executive assistant required; Proficient knowledge in MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Minimum typing speed of 50 wpm required. Working knowledge of personal computer, fax machine, telephone system, cell phone, photocopier, postage machine, and calculator required. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application, successfully pass a background screening process and successfully pass a coroner office background check. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Supervisor, Recovery Operations

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Supervisor, Recovery Operations in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:: The Supervisor of Recovery Operations (SRO) is responsible for the oversight and regulatory compliance of the assigned Recovery office location with specific responsibilities that include: ensuring all coroner and mortuary facilities in the OneLegacy service area are provided adequate customer service; performs organ and tissue recoveries; and has Tissue Operations liaison relationship responsibilities with the agency conducting donor screening and coordination services and coroners’ offices. The SRO performs all duties and responsibilities in compliance with policies and procedures and regulations as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations and other applicable federal, state and local laws. Hires staff, performs personnel disciplinary action, and performs involuntary separations per HR policies. Performs on-call responsibilities. Qualifications: College degree with an emphasis in Health Sciences and/or other related background preferred. Three years in tissue banking or three years related experience in an allied health or mortuary science field. EBAA and AATB certification preferred or within one year of hire date. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application, successfully pass a background screening process and successfully pass a coroner office background check. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Donation Development Clinical Specialist

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Donation Development Clinical Specialist in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:: The Donation Development Clinical Specialist (DDCS) is responsible to represent OneLegacy in assigned hospitals and partners with all hospitals within the designated service area (DSA) to maximize the potential for organ, eye and tissue donation. The DDCS maintains the hospital’s outcome data and communicates all data and missed donation opportunities for quality improvement to the appropriate hospital team member(s). The DDCS partners with key administration and hospital team members to develop policies and procedures, implements strategies to increase referrals and improve performance outcomes in organ, eye and tissue donation in assigned hospital(s). The DDCS utilizes their clinical skill set to provide specialized education and training to hospital staff and to monitor clinical donor and pre-donor management to maximize donor potential. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Experience in assessing challenging organization and personal impediments to change and development of strategies to overcome these. Experience in analyzing and interpreting data, solving practical problems and dealing with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exits. Two (2) years previous experience in the same or similar position with an Organ Procurement Organization is preferred. Medical background as EMT, LVN, RT, RN, or experience in organ donor management preferred. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application and background screening process. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Supervisor, Donor Allocation

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Supervisor, Donor Allocation in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:: The Supervisor, Donor Allocation will direct and develop the Donor Allocation Coordination functions. The Supervisor, Donor Allocation will also be responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of policies and procedures relating to the broad aspects of organ placement, and assists in developing protocols for company-wide data flow collection. As part of the management team, this individual actively fosters an organizational culture that is based on collaboration, support, and constructive feedback; he/she provides input as needed into organizational policy development. Hires staff, performs personnel disciplinary action,and performs involuntary separations per HR policies. Qualifications: Must have an undergraduate degree. Graduate degree preferred or experience in related field preferred. Minimum of three (3) years procurement coordination experience required. Must be a Certified Tissue Bank Specialist (CTBS) or be certified within 12 months of employment; and maintain certification throughout employment. A current California driver’s license,auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application and background screening process; must be able to pass a local government agency (coroner’s office) background check.Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Director, Organ Clinical Operations

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Director, Organ Clinical Operations in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:: The Director, Organ Clinical Operations (DOCO) will oversee the day to day operations and plan, develop, implement, and evaluate strategies in the areas if Organ procurement, Referral Process Coordination, and Organ Family Care. The DOCO will also oversee the budgetary and fiscal management of these departments. As a member of the OneLegacy leadership team and the Organ Operations team, DOCO will actively foster an organizational culture that is based on collaboration, support, constructive feedback and accountability. The position requires a highly organized and resourceful person with excellent written, verbal and presentation communications skills who demonstrates tact, maturity, and professionalism in all points of contact. The DOCO must possess the ability to solve problems independently, and work with others in a congenial and collaborative manner; and bring a demonstrated ability to work with executive management on organizational strategic planning and change initiatives. Qualifications: Four year college degree is required with preferred course work in behavioral sciences, social sciences or other health related fields. Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of four years of critical care experience and/or equivalency of nurse management is required. The minimum requirements for this position include but not limited to the following: prior management experience with at least three (3) years in a health related field; must have proven leadership, communication and management skills, also a proven ability to coach and mentor. Demonstrated leadership in managing a diverse group of professionals, evidence of a flexible team player; with knowledge or understanding of commitment to medical health issues and implementing social change efforts are required. Knowledge of MS Office Suite software programs is required. Must be currently licensed as a RN in the state of California. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required.Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Director, Tissue Operations

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Director, Tissue Operations in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:The Director of Tissue Operations (DTO) is responsible for planning, directing and oversight of Tissue Recovery, Eye Bank, Family Care Center and Donor Referral & Allocation departments. The DTO will ensure proper planning and maintaining of work systems, procedures, and policies that enable and encourage the optimum performance of staff and his/her depts. The DTO will drive operations to achieve Eye and Tissue Operations, call center strategic goals, and the budgetary and fiscal management of the Eye and Tissue Operations department; as well as, the management of all contracts with recovery partners, day-to-day oversight of all tissue recovery facilities throughout Southern CA. The DTO will ensure the accuracy of referral donor information in donor databases; make certain all tissue processes follow OneLegacy’s Policies and Procedures, processors requirements, and local, state, and federal regulations. The DTO will work to motivate and foster collaborative efforts among both tissue and organ procurement operations to meet OneLegacy’s overall organizational goals and objectives. Qualifications: Bachelor Degree required; preferably in Science, or related field; Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of four (4) years management experience required. Demonstrated abilities in performance Management, Project Management, Coaching, Supervision, Quality Management, Results Driven, Developing Budgets, Developing Standards, Foster Teamwork, Handles Pressure, and able to provide constructive feedback. Strong negotiation, organization, and presentation skills are required. EBAA and AATB certifications are required within one year of hire date. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required.Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Manager, Donation Development

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Manager, Donation Development in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description:Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Manager, Donation Development (MDD) is responsible for the daily operations, direction, development, and evaluation of the donation development team. The manager will motivate and foster collaborative efforts with the DD team to meet OneLegacy’s goals. The Manager, Donation Development will provide support to the donation development training program, both in the field and in the classroom, when necessary. The MDD is responsible for overseeing donation development initiatives to include special projects, staff training and information systems for tracking and reporting; as well as, quality improvement, policies and procedures creation and revisions, and OneLegacy’s donation development activities. The MDD supports the COO to identify, develop, and implement effective teaching tools and other resources for the donation development team. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in business, education, or related field or at least (4) years previous experience in the same or similar position with an organ procurement organization is required. Previous supervisory experience preferred; Minimum of two years’ experience in donation and/or hospital development, with a record of superior performance; Demonstrated leadership ability and success in program development necessary; Must possess superior interpersonal and written communication skills. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required.Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Procurement Transplant Coordinator

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Procurement Transplant Coordinator in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description: The Procurement Transplant Coordinator (PTC) is responsible for all aspects of organ procurement from the initial hospital referral through the organ recovery procedure. The clinical element of the position is to provide medical donor patient care, with an emphasis on assessment, resuscitation, physiologic management, organ placement and organ recovery of all suitable organs. Assists in modifying the treatment regimen to meet the assessed needs of the donor and the psychosocial needs of the family in accordance with established medical practices and the requirements, policies and goals of OneLegacy. The PTC will also have shared responsibility for hospital development in his/her assigned hospitals and for conducting professional and public education presentations on the subject of organ and tissue donation. PTCs are delegated the administrative authority, responsibility and accountability necessary for carrying out assigned duties. Qualifications: Registered Nursing Program, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Candidates who are not licensed RN’s will be considered for the position of PTC at the discretion of the COO and Manager of Procurement. Critical Care Patient Management (ICU, OR, ER) experience mandatory. BCLS certification required at the time of employment. Required to be ACLS certified within 12-months and CPTC certified within 24-months of employment. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required.Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Supervisor, Materials Management

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Supervisor, Materials Management in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description: The Supervisor, Materials Management (SMM),(central supply, central services, sterile processing) responsibilities include overseeing the ordering of all organ, tissue and eye (medical supplies) supplies, operations deliveries, shelving and rotating stock, keeping track of inventory levels for tissue, eye and organ needs, cleaning and sterilization (autoclave) of (surgical) instrument kits ensures upkeep of the supply areas, and oversees Quality Control. Other additional responsibilities will include the oversight and coordination of OneLegacy’s operations pool of vehicles; and facility oversight and maintenance of Central Supply and OneLegacy satellite offices. This position also oversees all staff involved in central processing; ensures that central supply operations and Policy and Procedures relating to the functions described below are compliant with all regulatory requirements. Performs all duties and responsibilities in compliance with policies and procedures, regulations as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations, and other applicable federal, state, and local laws. Qualifications: Four year degree required; Engineering background preferred. A minimum of two (2) years’ experience in staff management required. A minimum of three (3) years of experience in Hospitals or Healthcare facility/plant engineering and maintenance supervision preferred. Previous supervisory/management experience in a transportation environment preferred. Certified Central Supply Certification required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application and background screening process. A current California driver's license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Only Qualified Candidates should apply.  For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Donation Development Coordinator

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Donation Development Coordinator in our Bakersfield Office. Position Description: The Donation Development Coordinator (DDC) is responsible to represent OneLegacy in assigned hospitals and partners with all hospitals within the designated service area (DSA) to maximize the potential for organ and tissue donation. The DDC maintains the hospital's outcome data and communicates all data and missed donation opportunities for quality improvement to the appropriate hospital team member(s). The DDC partners with key administration and hospital team members to develop policies and procedures, implements strategies to increase referrals and improve performance outcomes in organ and tissue donation in assigned hospital(s). Qualifications: Our ideal candidate must possess a Bachelor's degree or at least two (2) years previous experience in the same or similar position with an organ procurement organization is preferred. Must have experience in presenting information to upper management, physicians/nurses, public groups, boards of directors, and committees. Experience in assessing challenging organizational and personal impediments to change and development of strategies to overcome these. Experience in analyzing and interpreting data, solving practical problems and dealing with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists; interpreting a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form; and creative and critical thinking skills, designing concepts and organizing effectively to motivate others. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application and background screening process. A current California driver's license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Only Qualified Candidates should apply.  For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Referral and Allocation Compliance Specialist

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Referral and Allocation Compliance Specialist in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description: The Referral and Allocation Compliance Specialist (RACS), in coordination with the Compliance Manager is responsible for monitoring, maintaining and overseeing the OPO’s compliance with all regulatory requirements, including federal, state, and local laws, as well as professional association and industry standards. The primary responsibilities of the RACS are to promote compliance and quality improvement; perform internal and external quality audits and as the QS Department liaison works closely, with Care Center management (including allocation). Family Care management, Donation Sciences Research and Education Department and Administrative Departments. The RACS performs Quality Control reviews of electronic (computer) and paper donor records to ensure completeness and accuracy according to policies & procedures (P&Ps). Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university required. Three years’ experience in a donation organization. Minimum one-year Quality Systems experience preferred. Bilingual in Spanish, preferred. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application and background screening process. Only Qualified Candidates should apply.  For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Donor Allocation Coordinator

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Full Time Donor Allocation Coordinator in our Los Angeles Office. Position Description: The Donor Allocation Coordinator (DAC) is primarily responsible for the allocation of Organs and Tissues, the coordination of recovery arrangements, and the recovery of Organs and Tissues for transplant and/or research. Performs all duties and responsibilities in compliance with OneLegacy Policies and Procedures, regulations as outlined by applicable governing bodies and other applicable federal, state, and local laws. The DAC will assist in the training of staff; perform all recovery related functions for Organ and Tissues such as coordination of Organ and Tissue recoveries; and review all relevant donor records to determine donor suitability for recovery. The DAC will act as the primary liaison with our transplant centers, tissue processors, research facilitates, hospital personnel, and recovery site personnel. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (BS) from an accredited four-year college/university, Associates degree from a 2 yr. program (AS), completion of Surgical Technologist Certification (ST), EMT program, LVN, RN or 3 years equivalent experience required. 3 years Industry Experience is preferred.CEBT and CTBS certification, preferred. Onelegacy requires employees to maintain a current California driver's license and current vehicle insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application and background screening process. Only Qualified Candidates should apply. For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Surgical Recovery Technician

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a Per Diem Surgical Recovery Technician in our Redlands, Orange County and Los Angeles Offices. Position Description: The Surgical Recovery Technician (SRT) is responsible for the surgical recovery of donated cadaveric tissues that are used in transplantation. The recovery responsibilities include the aseptic surgical recovery of: Ocular, Musculoskeletal, Dermal, Vascular, and Cardiac Tissue. Additional responsibilities include screening at the County Corner offices, referral triage, and the coordination of organ operating room (OR) recoveries. Qualifications: Highly qualified candidates must have one of the following: Possess a Bachelor’s degree (BS) from an accredited four-year college or university, completion of an EMT program, completion of a ER Technologist or Surgical Technologist program, current or previous licensure as a paramedic, previous experience in the Tissue or Organ recovery industry or experience in the allied health field. CEBT and/or CTBS certifications are preferred. Qualified applicants must be able to successfully complete the OneLegacy application, successfully pass a background screening process and successfully pass a coroner office background check. A current California driver’s license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Only Qualified Candidates should apply.  For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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Family Care Coordinator

OneLegacy, the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, has an immediate career opportunity for a full time Family Care Coordinator in our Los Angeles office. Position Description: The Family Care Coordinator (FCC) is primarily responsible for obtaining donor consents from the legal next-of-kin (LNOK) in a timely and consistent manner; providing the LNOK with honest and unbiased tissue donation options; and completing the medical/social history questionnaire with the appropriate person to assist in determination of donor eligibility. The FCC is also responsible for gathering clinical information from the referral facility and additional healthcare providers as needed; and coordinating the recovery process with tissue processing agencies, recovery staff, and recovery facilities. The FCC will perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with OneLegacy policies and procedures, regulations as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations, and other applicable federal, state, and local laws. Qualifications: High School Diploma required. Completion of one of the requirements listed below is required: Associates or Bachelor’s degree in physical or social sciences field; OR Completion of a certification in the medical field such as LVN, RN, Surgical Technologist, EMT, Medical Billing or CNA program. Prior experience working more than six months in a telemarketing, help desk/troubleshooting, phone counseling or customer services call center environment preferred. Minimum typing speed of 40 wpm preferred. A current California driver's license, auto insurance based on California minimal insurance coverage standards and reliable automotive transportation is required. Only Qualified Candidates should apply.  For immediate consideration, please click the "Apply Now" link below:

 

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