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.

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We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Medical Examiner Liaison

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The role of the Medical Examiner Liaison is to develop, implement, maintain, and evaluate donation strategies with Medical Examiners and Coroners to maximize the number of organs and tissues recovered and transplanted. The Liaison will provide prompt, effective service to Medical Examiner (ME) and Coroner partners in the LifeSource region to enhance professional relationships, and increase donation awareness, support and advocacy. The Liaison will work closely with other LifeSource Team Members to ensure seamless, comprehensive and collaborative partner service to Medical Examiners and Coroners. The Liaison also provides “real” time customer assistance for MEs/Coroners during organ and tissue donation events.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in health sciences, business or equivalent required with three years experience in funeral home or medical examiner office preferred.
  2. Strong written and verbal communication, organizational, collaborative, and relationship building skills, and problem analysis attributes are essential.  Demonstrated ability to establish priorities and function independently.
  3. Must be able to successfully complete a background check.
  4. Able to work a minimum of 40 hours per week with schedule adjusted to accommodate community needs.  Occasional evening or weekend work may be required.
  5. Must maintain a valid driver’s license and have reliable personal automobile to be used with company reimbursement, using IRS guidelines.  Must be able to travel within the service area.
  6. Ability to lift and transfer objects up to 50 pounds short distances.

Donation Resource Coordinator

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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As a Donation Resource Coordinator, you will participate in evaluating organ and tissue donation opportunities, manage clinical resources to meet clinical activity requirements, provide real-time clinical and administrative expertise and oversight to recovery teams, assists with transportation logistics for organ and tissue cases and collaborate 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.
  2. Three (3) years experience as a Donation Coordinator, Clinical Resource Coordinator, Advanced Practice Donator Coordinator or equivalent.
  3. Be able to demonstrate your formal or informal leadership capabilities.
  4. Be self-directed, self-confident, self-motivated, results oriented; demonstrates initiative and problem-solving capability; ability to operate independently and as a team member.
  5. Be 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.
  6. Must be able to demonstrate excellent critical thinking, analytical skills, and discretionary decision making ability.
  7. Must have outstanding clinical, customer service, collaboration and communication skills.
  8. Must be able to obtain and maintain CPTC and either ACLS or PALS certification.
  9. Must have excellent computer skills including Windows based programs, data entry programs and be efficient in using the internet.
  10. Must be able to travel by ground and air.

Donation Coordinator

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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Join a team of motivated, highly skilled Donation Coordinators dedicated to helping people through organ and tissue donation and transplantation. As a Coordinator you will work with donor families, hospital staff, and transplant centers by responding to referrals and coordinating the organ donation process. This full time position also offers the opportunity for participation in research, presentations and education.

Requirements:

  1. RN or RT degree or equivalent and a minimum of 2 years of critical care or emergency room experience.  Four year degree preferred.
  2. Be able to participate in a variable 24 hour call schedule, including weekdays, weekends, nights and holidays and must be able to assist during periods of high clinical volume outside of the posted schedule.
  3. Will be required to work for extended periods of time with few breaks.
  4. Be able to establish priorities and function independently.
  5. Must have excellent communication skills and establish and maintain effective relationships with customers.
  6. Have the ability to multitask, think critically, operate independently, and demonstrate solid interpersonal skills.
  7. Must have outstanding clinical, customer service, collaboration and communication skills.
  8. Must have excellent computer skills and be able to learn documentation systems.
  9. Be able to successfully complete a background check.
  10. Must maintain a valid driver’s license and have reliable personal automobile to be used with company reimbursement using IRS guidelines.
  11. Must be able to travel within the LifeSource service area by ground or air.
  12. Must be able to obtain and maintain CPTC, ACLS or PALS certifications.
  13. Be able to lift objects up to 50 pounds and carry them short distances.

Hospital Services Manager

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The Hospital Services Manager co-leads a team of diverse professionals who are the primary organ and tissue donation resource for the hospital, medical examiner or funeral home partner. By embracing the LifeSource mission, vision and values, the Manager creates an environment of collaboration, performance excellence, innovation and advocacy. The ultimate goal of the Manager is to develop a service-oriented team who, through advanced relationship development and education, ensure that organ and tissue donation is maximized for every donation opportunity.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
  2. Three to five years of successful personnel and project management experience.
  3. Strong computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
  4. Must be able to travel occasionally within the service area and to national events/meetings.

Desired Qualities:

  1. Ability to lead with commitment to the mission of the organization and its dedication to the donors, recipients, and healthcare partners it serves.
  2. Ability to develop and implement strategies to optimize every donation opportunity, and take the Hospital Services function to the next level in business development.
  3. Ability to work collaboratively in a “co-management” organizational structure.
  4. Ability to communicate to the HS team ideas and tactics that will build and strengthen relationships with healthcare partners and other professional stakeholders.
  5. Ability to maintain and develop strong relationships with hospital personnel and other partners in order to further their education and participation in the work of LifeSource.
  6. Ability to manage department budget and other financial responsibilities; ability to participate in contract negotiations, and manage contracts.

Human Resources Manager

Full-Time, Minneapolis, MN

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The Human Resources Manager is responsible for all aspects of Human Resources including benefits and compensation administration, recruitment, and team member relations to meet the ongoing needs of the organization. The Manager ensures compliance with applicable regulatory standards and also aligns daily activities with the strategic and operational goals of the organization.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree with emphasis in Human Resources or equivalent; a minimum of five years’ experience in human resources required.

Desired Qualities:

  1. Ability to lead with commitment to the mission of the organization and its dedication to the donors, recipients, and healthcare partners it serves.
  2. Ability to think strategically, analyze, and solve problems as a business partner that can align HR issues and activities with business goals and objectives.
  3. Ability to learn the organization (the various departmental cultures within it) and navigate through any challenges to effectively get things done.
  4. Ability to work across and be accessible to all departments throughout the organization, maintain open employee communications, and develop and maintain a strong, effective Employee Relations presence.
  5. Ability to effectively communicate to the management team, peers, and other employees to establish good working relationships.
  6. Ability to manage all areas of Human Resources including Benefits, HRIS, Compensation, Training and Organizational Development, Recruitment, EEO/AA, Diversity, Employee Relations, etc.
  7. Ability to manage department budget and other financial responsibilities.

Surgical Recovery Coordinator

Full-Time, Rochester, MN

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LifeSource seeks a strong Surgical Recovery Coordinator who is flexible and is a committed team player with solid surgical technician skills. In this role, you will coordinate and provide organ preservation services for local and long distance organ recoveries to maximize organ viability. If you meet the following qualifications, please continue to the next step of the application process.

Requirements:

  1. CST, CSA,  ST or equivalent with 2 years of operating room experience.
  2. Must have strong communication and organizational skills.
  3. Be able to participate in 24 hour call and be able to work for extended periods of time with few breaks.
  4. Be able to work a minimum of 40 hours per week with ability to adjust schedule to accommodate organizational needs.
  5. Must be able to travel by ground or air.
  6. Must be able to successfully complete a background check.
  7. Must be able to lift up to 100 pounds and transfer to nearby area.

Tissue Recovery Specialist

Part-Time, On-Call, Minneapolis, MN

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Join a team of motivated, highly skilled professionals dedicated to helping people through organ and tissue donation and transplantation. As a Tissue Recovery Specialist Trainee, you will participate in aseptic tissue recovery for transplantation.

Requirements:

  1. High school education or equivalent. College or technical degree preferred.
  2. Minimum of 18 months surgical experience required, orthopedic experience preferred. Normally achieved as a Surgical Technician / Allied Health Professional, Surgical Assistant, Physician’s Assistant or other like positions.
  3. Be available to work least 12 – 12 hour shifts per month including a minimum of one weekend per month, provide holiday call coverage and attend required meetings.
  4. Must have strong knowledge of human anatomy.
  5. Be available to work an intermittent schedule as needed.
  6. Be able to stand for long periods. Be able to push/pull up to 150 pounds with assistance, lift up to 50 pounds and transfer objects short distances.
  7. Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to travel within the service area by car or plane.

This on-call position is paid on a per case basis.

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