CAREERS AT STA

What if your career could change your life or the life of another?

Your time and talents are precious. You know they will be well-used doing some of the most important work anyone can do when you choose a career with Southwest Transplant Alliance.

STA’s purpose is to save lives through organ and tissue donation and transplantation. Each action STA employees take— from a clinical or corporate perspective— has an impact on our ability to be dual advocates for those facing the devastating loss of a loved one and those who need a lifesaving organ or tissue.

As an STA employee, you are a vital member of a dynamic team. You’ll also discover a culture of teamwork, passion, selflessness and mutual respect. Therefore, whether your professional background is in nursing, grief counseling or finance, you are invited to explore a life-changing career with Southwest Transplant Alliance.

 

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JOB PROFILES

Family Services Coordinator
The Family Services Coordinator will conduct services related to STA Family Services programs to families of potential organ donors and will follow up through the STA Aftercare Program. The Family Services Coordinator is a dual advocate who responds to potential donor families in a respectful and sensitive manner at all times to ensure the needs of the family are met while advocating for potential recipients in need of transplants. Read More

Hospital Development Associate
The Hospital Development Associate independently consults with assigned hospitals in the Southwest Transplant Alliance service area, specifically with key hospital decision makers. Assists hospitals in development of policies and procedures regarding organ/tissue donation. Educates nurses, physicians and other hospital personnel throughout key hospital units to increase organ and tissue donation.  Effectively interacts with hospital staff to develop and implement communication plans which are designed to heighten their knowledge about and participation in the referral and donation process. Read More

Organ Recovery Coordinator II
Organ Recovery Coordinators (ORCs) are responsible for completing all aspects related to the recovery of organs for transplant, including but not limited to, potential donor referrals, donor evaluation, authorization process, and comprehensive donor management. Read More
Surgical Services Coordinator
Surgical Services Coordinators (SSCs) are responsible for providing a high level of technical assistance throughout the surgical organ recovery process along with the preservation and distribution of organs for transplantation. Read More
Tissue Donation Screener
Tissue Donation Screeners (TDSs) are responsible for providing indepth medical screening of potential tissue donors, obtaining appropriate authorization, providing support to donor families during the authorization process, collecting donor medical/social history, and determining donor suitability in collaboration with tissue
management, recovery team leaders and tissue processors. Read More
Tissue Recovery Technician
The Tissue Recovery Technician is responsible for using aseptic technique to assist and/or to perform the recovery of post-mortem human tissue including bone, connective tissue, skin, heart for heart valves, and/or veins to ensure safe grafts for transplantation.  Tissue recovered may be for the purpose of transplant, research, and education.  Read More

Triage and Placement Coordinator
Triage and Placement Coordinator (TPCs) responds to calls/pages for the entire Southwest Transplant Alliance donation service area, as well as, calls regarding imported organs and general public calls.  Dispatches staff on-site for referrals and family approaches.   Provides verification of key data points in case documentation.  Aids in the successful placement of deceased donor organs. Read More

 

 

CURRENT OPENINGS

Dallas

Organ Recovery Coordinator II - Dallas
Organ Recovery Coordinators (ORCs) are responsible for completing all aspects related to the recovery of organs for transplant, including but not limited to, potential donor referrals, donor evaluation, authorization process, and comprehensive donor management. Read More

Surgical Services Coordinator
Surgical Services Coordinators (SSCs) are responsible for providing a high level of technical assistance throughout the surgical organ recovery process along with the preservation and distribution of organs for transplantation. Read More
Tissue Donation Screener
Tissue Donation Screeners (TDSs) are responsible for providing indepth medical screening of potential tissue donors, obtaining appropriate authorization, providing support to donor families during the authorization process, collecting donor medical/social history, and determining donor suitability in collaboration with tissue
management, recovery team leaders and tissue processors. Read More
Tissue Recovery Technician
The Tissue Recovery Technician is responsible for using aseptic technique to assist and/or to perform the recovery of post-mortem human tissue including bone, connective tissue, skin, heart for heart valves, and/or veins to ensure safe grafts for transplantation.  Tissue recovered may be for the purpose of transplant, research, and education.  Read More
Tissue Recovery Technician - Per Diem (PRN)
The Tissue Recovery Technician – Per Diem is responsible for using aseptic technique to assist and/or to perform the recovery of post-mortem human tissue including bone, connective tissue, skin, heart for heart valves, and/or veins to ensure safe grafts for transplantation.  Tissue recovered may be for the purpose of transplant, research, and education.  Read More

Corpus Christi

 

Tissue Recovery Technician - Per Diem (PRN)
The Tissue Recovery Technician – Per Diem is responsible for using aseptic technique to assist and/or to perform the recovery of post-mortem human tissue including bone, connective tissue, skin, heart for heart valves, and/or veins to ensure safe grafts for transplantation.  Tissue recovered may be for the purpose of transplant, research, and education.  Read More

El Paso

Organ Recovery Coordinator II - El Paso
Organ Recovery Coordinators (ORCs) are responsible for completing all aspects related to the recovery of organs for transplant, including but not limited to, potential donor referrals, donor evaluation, authorization process, and comprehensive donor management. Read More

Regional Opportunities

(Tyler / Longview, Beaumont / Galveston,  Temple,  Abilene / Wichita Falls and Bryan/College Station)

Hospital Development Associate II - Texarkana
The Hospital Development Associate II independently consults with assigned hospitals in the Southwest Transplant Alliance service area, specifically with key hospital decision makers. Assists hospitals in development of policies and procedures regarding organ/tissue donation. Educates nurses, physicians and other hospital personnel throughout key hospital units to increase organ and tissue donation.  Effectively interacts with hospital staff to develop and implement communication plans which are designed to heighten their knowledge about and participation in the referral and donation process. Read More