- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
This position is responsible for providing a referral intake service for potential eye donors, presenting the option of donation and providing professional liaison service to hospitals and funeral homes to coordinate eye donor recoveries. All responsibilities are performed within the scope of GEB’s missions and values. The Donor Coordinator position is a critical one within the organization that affords a high level of personal fulfillment and employment satisfaction.
-Respond to all incoming donor referral emails, faxes, and telephone calls.
-Inform grieving families about donation options.
-Communicate and dispatch Recovery Technicians.
-Communicate with Supervisor On-Call, Organ Procurement Organizations (OPO), Tissue Banks, Medical Examiner/Coroners, Law Enforcement, Recovery Technicians, and Funeral Homes professionals regarding donors.
-Complete donor records including data entry and obtaining/recording donor family authorizations.
-Obtain medical/social history information from donor families, physicians, and hospitals/hospices.
-Assist the department supervisor and manager in various assigned duties.
-Adhere to the Eye Bank’s Policies and Procedures, Eye Bank Association of America Medical Standards, and US Food & Drug Administration regulations.
-This is a night shift position. 3 shifts per week from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
-Perform other duties as assigned.
-Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university/college (life science and non-life science majors accepted (e.g. Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, Sociology, Communications, Marketing/Public Relations, etc.)
-Ability to interface with peers and hospital personnel on assignments.
-Excellent telephone and communication skills.
-Ability to work in a dynamic environment (sometimes stressful, multi-tasking skills required etc.)
-Position will require shift work on weekends, nights, and on holidays
The incumbent should understand that the aforementioned job description only outlines certain requirements for this position. At the discretion of President/CEO or the CFAO, this job description may be amended as deemed necessary for the incumbent to render a more efficient and effective operation.
It is our goal to provide eye tissue to every Georgian who needs the Gift of Sight.
Georgia Eye BankWhy Work Here?
Come join a great community-based nonprofit organization providing the gift of sight
Georgia Eye Bank is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1961. GEB, the exclusive provider of eye banking services in the state of Georgia, operates under strict ethical and professional standards. In the fight against blindness and visual impairment, Georgia Eye Bank recovers, processes, and provides donor eye tissue for eye surgeries and eye research studies and promotes and provides education pertaining to eye donation. It is our goal to provide eye tissue to every Georgian who needs the Gift of Sight.
5605 Glenridge Drive NEAtlanta, GA
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