Employment Opportunities

We recognize that our team members are our greatest asset. We strive to hire, cultivate and retain team members of the highest caliber who are dedicated to our mission of saving lives. Everyone on our team plays a critical role in our mission and we appreciate the unique contributions of each of our team members.

We’d love to hear from you if you believe that life is a gift to share and are willing to work hard in an environment that values respect, accountability, advocacy, life and innovation. Please check back regularly, as job postings are updated frequently.

LifeSource offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits including retirement plan, generous PTO plan, FREE parking, tuition reimbursement (after one year) and more.

LifeSource is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, including disability and veterans.

Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws:

Family and Medical Leave Act | Equal Employment Opportunity | Employee Polygraph Protection Act

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Donor Services Coordinator

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The Donor Services Coordinator I manages inbound and outbound calls related to death notifications and imminent death notifications to evaluate for the potential of organ, tissue and eye donation.  The Donor Services Coordinator I offers families the opportunity of donation via telephone and implements donation when donor designation exists.  Assists waiting transplant recipients in receiving organ transplants by coordinating import organ offers according to UNOS and LifeSource policy.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in health sciences or equivalent or 4 years of experiences as a LPN, RN, Medical Lab Technician, Medical Secretary, Medical Assistant, Medical Technician or other related field.  Extensive medical terminology and understanding of human anatomy and disease process required.
  2. Experience in organ and tissue donation and bilingual skills are preferred.
  3. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required.  An excellent command of the English language is required and the ability to speak and communicate clearly in order to convey information to donor families, hospital team members and transplant/procurement personnel in person or by phone.
  4. Ability to work 36 hours per week and participate in a rotating schedule that includes evenings, nights, weekends and holidays.  Be available to work additional shifts during times of high call volume or other team member needs.  Occasional overtime may be required.
  5. Must have excellent computer skills and be able to learn documentation systems.
  6. Ability to work at a computer station for extended periods of time with few breaks.
  7. Possess manual dexterity sufficient to operate telephones and computers.  Ability to hear at normal audio levels speaking whether in person or over the phone.  Vision correctable to 20/40 to read patient charts.
  8. Must be able to successfully complete a background check.

Information Technology Manager

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The Information Technology Manager is responsible for all aspects of information systems and technology at LifeSource including information systems project management. Provides support and training to internal team members regarding computer operations. Communicates technical information and plans by serving as a liaison to non-technical business units. Responsible for day to day oversight, leadership, mentoring, education, and evaluation of assigned team members to facilitate efficiency and effectiveness in departmental and organizational goals.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in business administration, computer science, or equivalent.
  2. Four years’ experience in business analysis and project management. Healthcare experience is desired.
  3. Experience with Windows, Microsoft Office, Microsoft CRM, SharePoint, SQL Server, and Database tools.
  4. Able to develop, lead and manage projects utilizing common project management methodologies, following PMI standards and common planning tools.
  5. Previous team leadership and management experience preferred.
  6. Must be able to successfully complete a background screening.
  7. Excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities.  Strong communication and organizational skills.
  8. Able to work a minimum of 40 hours per week with schedule adjusted to accommodate organizational needs.  Able to participate in limited travel.
  9. Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs. and be able to transfer a short distance.

Donation Resource Coordinator

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The Donation Resource Coordinator coordinates the evaluation of organ and tissue donation opportunities, manages clinical resources to meet clinical activity requirements, provides real-time clinical and administrative expertise and oversight to recovery teams, assists with transportation logistics for organ and tissue cases and collaborates with transplant center staff, Funeral Directors and Medical Examiners to coordinate case management and recovery timelines.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in nursing or equivalent required.
  2. Three (3) years experience as a Donation Coordinator, Clinical Resource Coordinator, Advanced Practice Donation Coordinator or equivalent preferred.
  3. Ability to obtain and maintain CPTC and either ACLS or PALS certification.
  4. Able to demonstrate formal and/or informal leadership capabilities.
  5. Must be self-directed, self-confident, self-motivated, results orientated; demonstrates initiative and problem-solving capability; ability to operate independently and as a team member.
  6. Able to demonstrate excellent critical thinking, analytical skills and discretionary decision making ability.
  7. Able to participate in a variable 12 hour schedule including days, nights, weekends and holidays.  Must have the ability to assist during periods of high clinical volume outside the posted schedule.
  8. Must have excellent computer skills, be able to learn documentation systems and efficient using the internet.

Benefits and Recruiting Administrator

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The Benefits and Recruiting Administrator is responsible for providing an advanced level of operational support within the Human Resources Department.  Performs complex and confidential administrative functions in the areas benefits administration and recruiting according to principles and practices of Payroll and Human Resources.  Specifically, responsible for the day-to-day operations of group benefit programs and the total recruitment process and retention strategies for team members.  Aligns daily activities with the strategic and operational goals of the organization.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years’ recent experience in the areas of Recruiting and Benefits administration or equivalent total experience.  SHRM-CP or PHR preferred.
  2. Requires knowledge of principles and practices of payroll and benefits administration.  Experience working with a HRIS database system (ADP/HR/Benefits Solution and PC Payroll) preferred.
  3. Must be able to establish rapport and effective working relationships with applicants, peers, customers and vendors.
  4. Must be organized, detail oriented, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to establish priorities and function independently.
  5. Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  6. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office suite of applications including Word, Excel and Outlook.
  7. Requires adherence to all policies and procedures, including standards for safety, attendance, punctuality and personal appearance.
  8. Must be able to successfully complete a background check.
  9. Able to work a minimum of 40 hours per week with schedule adjusted to accommodate organizational requirements.  Occasional overtime may be required.
  10. Ability to lift and carry up to 20lbs occasionally.

Donation Coordinator

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The Donation Coordinator facilitates organ donation opportunities by providing clinical and family support.  The Donation Coordinator provides prompt, professional and effective service to donor hospitals in the LifeSource region to enhance client partnerships.  The Donation Coordinator coordinates the allocation and recovery of organs and tissues for transplantation to benefit recipients.

Requirements:

  1. Registered Nurse, Respiratory Therapist or equivalent required; four year degree preferred.  A minimum of two (2) years’ experience in critical care or emergency room required.
  2. Ability to obtain and maintain ABTC certification and either ACLS or PALS certification.
  3. Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills and establish and maintain effective relationships with LifeSource customers.
  4. Must have outstanding clinical, customer service, collaboration and communication skills. 
  5. Able to establish priorities and function independently.
  6. Able to participate in a variable 24 hour call schedule, including a minimum of one weekend per month. This includes days, nights, weekends and holidays.  Must have the ability to assist during periods of high clinical volume outside the posted schedule.
  7. Must have excellent computer skills including Windows XP, Word, Outlook and data entry programs.  Must be able to learn documentation systems.
  8. Frequently lift objects up to 50 pounds and carry short distances.
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