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Submit cover letters and resumes via email or fax to:
NJ Sharing Network
Attn: Human Resources Department
E-mail: hrrecruit@njsharingnetwork.org
Fax: (908) 516-5550
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Open Positions

Transplant Coordinator
Hospital Services Manager
Medical Technologist (Shift: 12am - 8am)
Family Services Coordinator


Transplant Coordinator

Status: Full time
Posted: 10/5/17

Duties and Responsibilities

This position is responsible for supporting the mission of NJ Sharing Network to maximize the recovery and quality of organs and tissue for transplantation while maintaining sensitivity, compassion, and respect for people of all cultures. The Transplant Coordinator is an integral member of a larger interdisciplinary team contributing to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, and in providing leadership to the organization. The Transplant Coordinator advances public and professional awareness of organ and tissue donation. The Transplant Coordinator enhances internal and external quality of services through quality assurance and improvement practices. This position requires periodic on-call status and is required to work extended periods, including 24-hour and overnight shifts. Responsible for timely compliance with all Network programs and policies.

Education and Experience

  • RN with active license in good standing or a Bachelor’s degree in biology or medical sciences required.
  • Experience in trauma/critical care preferred or 2 years of related OPO experience and/or training in a health care/hospital setting preferred.
  • Must be fully proficient in all aspects of Level 1 role and eligible to sit for and pass CPTC certification to be considered for Transplant Coordinator Level 2.

Hospital Services Manager

Status: Full time
Posted: 10/5/2017 

Looking for a Hospital Services Manager for Trenton/Mercer and/or Ocean/Monmouth counties.

Duties and Responsibilities

Seeking a dynamic professional for exciting, fast paced career saving lives through organ donation and transplantation. NJ Sharing Network, a designated organ procurement organization, is recruiting a Hospital Services Manager to build advocacy and strengthen relationships within healthcare institutions to advance our mission to save and enhance lives through donation. The Hospital Services Manager (HSM) performs as a donation consultant to hospitals. This position is responsible to develop, market, monitor and implement policies, procedures, strategies and best practices to enhance organ and tissue donation. Collaborates closely with hospitals to provide feedback including data analysis and creates performance improvement goals and action plans to improve outcome measures. Partner’s with NJ Sharing Network departments to improve all aspects of the donation process. Utilizes skills and independent judgment to maximize donor referral outcomes. Evening and weekend work is required. Responsible for timely compliance with all Network programs and policies.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a health related or marketing field preferred or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Previous sales/marketing experience in a healthcare related field desired.
  • A thorough knowledge of hospital protocol preferred.

Medical Technologist (Shift: 12am – 8am)

Status: Full Time
Posted: 10/5/17

Duties and Responsibilities

Utilizes acquired expertise and specialized knowledge in the field of laboratory services to perform the following procedures: specimen accession, specimen preparation, histocompatibility testing, crossmatching, HLA antibody screening, blood typing and RBC antibody screening and identification, computer data entry and reporting, quality assurance surveys, and special assignments on a rotating basis. Evaluates test results, develops and modifies procedures, and establishes and monitors programs to ensure the accuracy of tests. Serves as mentor to all newly hired and experienced medical technologists. Shift and rotating weekend assignments; Holiday on-call. Participates in the weekend and on-call rotation. Responsible for timely compliance with all Network programs and policies.

Education and Experience

  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology or a related field. Has successfully completed at least one year of professional coursework in a school of Medical Technology approved by the Council of Medical Education of the American Medical Association or equivalent experience in a clinical laboratory as a Medical Technologist.
  • Minimum of one of the following is required: Licensure as Clinical Laboratory Technologist; or Medical Technologist Certification, MT (ASCP BOC), or CHT/CHS (ABHI) certification.
  • Must obtain CHT certification to advance to Technical Specialist role.
  • Must obtain CHS certification along with mentoring Medical Technologists to successful completion of CHT Certification to advance to Senior Specialist role.
  • Must accept assignment to any shift as determined by the director to be in the best interest of the laboratory’s duty to the patients.

Family Services Coordinator

Status: Full Time
Posted: 10/5/17

Duties and Responsibilities

Saving Lives through Organ Donation

The Family Services Coordinator (FSC) is responsible to respond on site for initial referrals for screening and to support families onsite for organ cases and be the requestors to offer the donation opportunity. Provides support, information and education with the goal of providing excellent care to organ and tissue donor families during and after the discussion of the donation process/case. FSC will build rapport with potential donor families, hospital staff, and network staff to ensure that best practices for an approach is implemented on every case. Evening and/or weekend work responsibilities required. As part of the FSC schedule, there will be days designated to respond to referrals as well as office assignments. Responsible for timely compliance with all Network programs and policies.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a health related field, social services or pastoral care required.
  • OPO experience preferred.
  • Training in bereavement support, crisis intervention or donation process and clinical experience with bereaved families facing the donation decision is preferred.