New Mexico Donor Services (NMDS) is looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic team member to join us to save lives!! Our mission at NMDS is to save lives through organ donation and we want professionals on our team that will embrace this important work!! Specifically, people with expertise in communicating in difficult situations and building relationships with patients and their families similar to counseling or patient relations. This position, Family Care Coordinator, will work with organ donor families, hospital personnel, physicians, and other team members from NMDS to work through the donation process for saving lives through organ and tissue donation. Primary work environment is in the hospital setting in Albuquerque and throughout New Mexico hospitals. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written formats are a must.
COMPANY OVERVIEW AND MISSION
New Mexico Donor Services is the designated organ procurement organization (OPO) for the state of New Mexico – and is a member of the DCI Donor Services family.
For over four decades, DCI Donor Services has been a leader in working to end the transplant waiting list. Our unique approach to service allows for nationwide donation, transplantation, and distribution of organs and tissues while maintaining close ties to our local communities.
DCI Donor Services operates three organ procurement/tissue recovery organizations: New Mexico Donor Services, Sierra Donor Services, and Tennessee Donor Services. We also maximize the gift of life through the DCI Donor Services Tissue Bank and Sierra Donor Services Eye Bank.
Our performance is measured by the way we serve donor families and recipients. To be successful in this endeavor is our ultimate mission. By mobilizing the power of people and the potential of technology, we are honored to extend the reach of each donor’s gift and share the importance of the gift of life.
We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. With the help of our employee-led strategy team, we will ensure that all communities feel welcome and safe with us because we are a model for fairness, belonging, and forward thinking.
Key responsibilities this position will perform include:
The Family Care Coordinator will work between 12 – 15 days per month – and be on call for periods of up to 24 hours.
The ideal candidate will have:
We offer a competitive compensation package including:
**New employees must have their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by their potential start date or be able to supply proof of vaccination.**
You will receive a confirmation e-mail upon successful submission of your application. The next step of the selection process will be to complete a video screening. Instructions to complete the video screening will be contained in the confirmation e-mail. Please note - you must complete the video screening within 48 hours from submission of your application to be considered for the position.
DCIDS is an EOE/AA employer – M/F/Vet/Disability.
25 - 50
$5M - $10M