Organ Recovery Coordinator - Night Shift
Job Details
Oklahoma City-Corporate Office - Oklahoma City, OK
Full Time with Extensive Call Schedule
2 Year Degree
Up to 50%

This is not your typical critical care role.  Our Organ Recovery Coordinators are members of an elite team of professionals that coordinate the entire process around organ recovery at our partner hospitals.  This begins with our referral process from our hospitals, performing donor management, organ allocation and scheduling the operating room time and space.

What we are looking for:
-    LPN’s, Paramedics, Registered Nurses or Registered Respiratory Therapists with at least 2 years of critical care experience
-    Ability to work with medical professionals on all levels
-    Ability to work a demanding call schedule
-    Handle high stress situations in a clinical environment
-    Attention to detail on documentation
-    Have attained or able to attain their BLS in one year

What we provide

-    Call Pay eligibility after completion from a 120 day orientation program
-    Outstanding benefits (Medical, dental, vision, 401k)
-    Competitive pay
-    Tuition reimbursement (after 12 months)
-    Professional development opportunities
-    Be a part of a family-like culture
-    Career ladders for those seeking advancement

At LifeShare we include video interviews in our selection process through Spark Hire.  


As part of our pre-employment process for a safety sensitive position, a drug screen is required. LifeShare must receive a negative test result before you can be put into a safety sensitive position (14 CFR Part 120.107).

Please be advised that you will be tested in accordance with 14 CFR Part 120.109(a)(5) and 14 CFR 120 Subpart E to determine the presence of marijuana, cocaine, opiates (including codeine, heroin, morphine), opioids- hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone & oxymorphone, phencyclidine (PCP), and amphetamines/methamphetamines (including MDMA, MDA) or metabolites of these drugs.

Mary Emerson Gomez - Family Services Coordinator