Hospital Development Liaison
Responsible for collaboration with key hospital/healthcare personnel, thereby achieving donation goals. Develops, implements and maintains strategic plans: collects, analyzes and reports donation data; fosters relationships and donation champions that can help impact the mission and vision of LifeCenter.
Essential Job Duties/Performance Standards
- Creates precise goals and objectives for assigned hospital, ensures that these goals and objectives are met and provides documentation of all hospital activity.
- Continually strives to establish and develop ongoing relationships with all levels of hospital personnel. Fosters donation champions within hospitals to help support donation as a mission.
- Identifies hospital needs in order to increase donation awareness and performance.
- Acts as a resource for hospital personnel in the development and review of policies and procedures relating to organ donation.
- Collects, analyzes, maintains and reports all death record review and referral data for assigned hospitals.
- Evaluates effectiveness of hospital’s donation efforts through the use of survey tools, death records and compliance reviews.
- Contacts, encourages, and educates all levels of hospital personnel involved in the referral of patients as potential organ/tissue donors through informal and formal visits and inservices.
- Identifies the need for and utilizes the appropriate LifeCenter Organ Donor Network staff resource in the development process.
- Provides opportunities for continual communication between hospital and LifeCenter Organ Donor Network staff in order to identify and resolve problems.
- Responds to vented referrals and donor activity at assigned hospitals as requested.
- Other duties as assigned by the Hospital Development Manager or the Executive Director.
- Bachelor’s degree in communications/marketing or equivalent. Healthcare experience helpful.
- Basic computer skills.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Public speaking abilities.
Working Conditions / Physical Requirements
Work is performed in a hospital setting as well as in the office. This position requires regular lifting, reaching, bending, walking sitting and standing. Must be able to travel for extended periods of time.
Risk Exposure to Blood and Bodily Fluids: While performing some essential functions of your position, you may be exposed to blood or body fluids. Established procedures identify the appropriate personal protective measures that you should use when performing essential functions of your position. In addition, LifeCenter's OSHA program will provide you with the appropriate procedures and guidelines. If you need additional training or resources, please contact your manager/supervisor or the Health and Safety Officer.
Please include a cover letter detailing where you learned about this open position (i.e. FaceBook, LifeCenter website, third party website, referral, etc.).
To submit your cover letter and resume, e-mail a Microsoft Word or Rich Text Document to LifeCenter or mail or fax your resume to: