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PRIMARY PURPOSE:


Under minimal supervision, the incumbent is responsible for achieving annual and monthly territorial goals through effective donor recruitment and territory, account and calendar management.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.

  • Assures quality customer service to all customers.

  • Schedules blood drives within center-established guidelines to achieve monthly and annual goals and projection accuracy.

  • Directs, trains, and motivates volunteer blood drive coordinators and committee members to ensure successful blood drives.

  • Develops new donor sources.

  • Maintains an ongoing public and media relations program in assigned territory.

  • Develops an annual recruitment plan for meeting assigned collection goals. Prepare, assess and respond to monthly forecast information.

  • Develops and maintains donor recognition programs in assigned territory.

  • Follows established sales/recruitment process (including projection accuracy); maintains and ensures accuracy and timeliness of account information.

  • Builds relationships with external departments and internal staff. Communicates effectively to coordinate blood drives and in-center activities. Represents the Company through personal contacts, public speaking engagements and educational presentations.

  • Performs all other duties as assigned.


REQUIREMENTS:


Knowledge/Education


Relevant Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of formal education and experience required.


Licenses/ Certifications


None.


Experience



  • One year related experience preferred.

  • Territory sales management, prospecting, cold calling, relationship skills, and customer service experience preferred.


Skills/Abilities



  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Sales/territory management skills.

  • Must be self-motivated and a self-starter with good organization skills.

  • Ability to work flexible hours including weekends and evenings.

  • Provide own vehicle for transportation and possess a valid driver's license.

  • Proficient personal computer skills.




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Blood Systems Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.




EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans




Our organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail toaccommodation@bloodsystems.org or call 1-844-220-2612 to let us know the nature of your request. A representative will respond to accommodation requests within two business days. Please note that this email/phone number is for medical/disability accommodations only and any other inquiries will not receive a response.




Please see the below information about applicant rights and our commitment to compliance:








All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.


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Job Description


The Darden School Foundation has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated professional to join its Advancement team. The Director of Donor Relations is responsible for leading the advancement donor relations team in the development and achievement of best-in-class donor relations. The individual in this role will lead the overall strategy to facilitate recognition of donors, communicate gratitude, demonstrate impact of gifts, and ensure donor intent is followed. Responsibilities include executing recognition programs, developing content for publications, and preparing communications on behalf of the institution, including customized stewardship and financial reports for high-level donors. The individual in this role collaborates with gift officers to design and develop strategic stewardship opportunities for annual and major donors. Work also includes responsibility for gift agreements and naming opportunities, as well as other projects in support of strategic advancement and stewardship efforts, as assigned.


SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Lead Darden’s advancement donor relations team to achieve best-in-class donor relations through execution of stewardship projects, activities, and communications. Collaborate with Enterprise-wide teams to provide coordinated, well thought out stewardship of donors.

  • Provide high-touch communications, stewardship, and customer service to donors at all times.

  • Lead the creation of annual donor reports for a sub-set of donors. Collaborate with Advancement operations team to automate stewardship program and develop robust stewardship reporting to better leverage data and ensure consistency.

  • Determine and propose opportunities for improved stewardship efficiencies and more effective, more personal donor communications.

  • Work with donors, faculty members, and scholarship recipients to facilitate personal connections that build meaningful and lasting relationships.

  • Responsible for oversight and execution of all donor gift and pledge agreements and addendums.

  • Lead the execution of benefits for recognition society members and scholarship donors.

  • Participate in donor publications and communication strategy development and execution.

  • Oversee donor naming opportunities, creation of recognition plaques and other stewardship pieces.

  • Lead Darden’s donor stewardship efforts in conjunction with Graduation each May.

  • Fund management: Work closely with School and Advancement leadership, Financial Aid, and Finance teams to proactively address and resolve stewardship issues with the goal of meeting donor intent and freeing up funds that are in suspense, underutilized, or unable to be used.

  • Review acknowledgement letters for the UVA President, Darden Dean, and Vice President for Advancement. Craft custom language for special donor gifts, as needed.

  • Responsible for development and management of the Donor Relations budget.

  • Completion of other duties, as assigned, ensuring their execution with the professionalism and caliber as customary for the Darden School of Business.


EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE



  • Bachelor’s degree required.

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in one or more of the following: fundraising, development, volunteer management, alumni affairs, or engagement.

  • Experience working for a non-profit, foundation, or academic environment preferred.


SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE



  • Excellent written and oral communications skills required. Ability to create targeted messaging, appealing to diverse audiences and interest groups.

  • Working knowledge of donor relations. Ability to analyze and present information and maintain accurate and detailed records.

  • Ability to relate to people of diverse backgrounds, training, and experience.

  • Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with students, alumni, volunteers, staff, and the public.

  • Skilled in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives.

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a goal-oriented team environment. Provide direct support to leaders, as needed. Complete tasks without immediate supervision.

  • Strong customer-service orientation.

  • Exceptional project planning skills, organizational skills, and attention to detail.

  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines.

  • Proficiency with Advance, Raiser’s Edge, or other fundraising database preferred.

  • Understand and articulate Darden’s educational mission, strategic aims, and programs.


Company Description

The Darden School of Business is one of the world's leading business schools, offering MBA, Ph.D. and Executive Education programs. The unique Darden experience combines the case study method, the highest-ranked faculty whose research advances global managerial practice and a tight-knit learning environment where students, faculty and staff work together in a collaborative environment. Charlottesville, Virginia is a charming college town with extraordinary cultural resources, and is regarded as one of the top places to live in the United States.

The University of Virginia, including the UVA Health System and the University Physician’s Group are fundamentally committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. We believe diversity is excellence expressing itself through every person's perspectives and lived experiences. We are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender identity, marital status, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, veteran status, and family medical or genetic information.


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PRIMARY PURPOSE:



Under direct supervision, this position is responsible for performing all duties related to the efficient, safe, and compliant collection of blood and blood products. Works collaboratively as a member of the team and in alignment with the values of the organization.




DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:




Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.


  • Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.

  • Performs all duties related to the collection and handling of blood and blood products (e.g., computerized medical screening, phlebotomy, load, set-up, tear down, pack blood, and daily quality control).

  • Communicates all pertinent information effectively and timely. Brings issues to the attention of those in authority or leadership positions, as necessary.

  • Works as part of a team to achieve daily team production goals.

  • Assists and supports other team members, as required.

  • Maintains clean and organized work area.

  • Drives the company vehicle, as required.

  • Maintains complete and accurate records.

  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills in accordance with current customer service standards to represent a positive image for the company.

  • Maintains and ensures equipment, vehicles, and facilities are in good working order.

  • Maintains proficiency and certification for all tasks required by position.

  • Performs all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.



REQUIREMENTS:




Knowledge/ Education: High School graduate or GEDrequired.


License/ Certification: Valid in–state driver's licensepreferred.


Experience: Minimum one year work experiencepreferred.




Skills/Abilities


  • Must possess the skills and abilities to successfully perform all assigned duties and responsibilities.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Must have proficient computer skills.

  • Must be able to read and comprehend written procedures and instructions.

  • Must be able to work flexible shifts.

  • Must have good customer service and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to work in a team environment and participate as an active team member.

  • Ability to travel, as required.



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Our organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail toaccommodation@bloodsystems.org or call 1-844-220-2612 to let us know the nature of your request. A representative will respond to accommodation requests within two business days. Please note that this email/phone number is for medical/disability accommodations only and any other inquiries will not receive a response.




For more EEO information about applicant rightsclick here



For information about Pay Transparency rightsclick here



Our organization participates in E-Verify, for more informationclick here



All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.















All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.


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PRIMARY PURPOSE:



Under direct supervision, this position is responsible for performing all duties related to the efficient, safe, and compliant collection of blood and blood products. Works collaboratively as a member of the team and in alignment with the values of the organization.




DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:




Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.


  • Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.

  • Performs all duties related to the collection and handling of blood and blood products (e.g., computerized medical screening, phlebotomy, load, set-up, tear down, pack blood, and daily quality control).

  • Communicates all pertinent information effectively and timely. Brings issues to the attention of those in authority or leadership positions, as necessary.

  • Works as part of a team to achieve daily team production goals.

  • Assists and supports other team members, as required.

  • Maintains clean and organized work area.

  • Drives the company vehicle, as required.

  • Maintains complete and accurate records.

  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills in accordance with current customer service standards to represent a positive image for the company.

  • Maintains and ensures equipment, vehicles, and facilities are in good working order.

  • Maintains proficiency and certification for all tasks required by position.

  • Performs all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.



REQUIREMENTS:




Knowledge/ Education: High School graduate or GEDrequired.


License/ Certification: Valid in–state driver's licensepreferred.


Experience: Minimum one year work experiencepreferred.




Skills/Abilities


  • Must possess the skills and abilities to successfully perform all assigned duties and responsibilities.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Must have proficient computer skills.

  • Must be able to read and comprehend written procedures and instructions.

  • Must be able to work flexible shifts.

  • Must have good customer service and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to work in a team environment and participate as an active team member.

  • Ability to travel, as required.



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***********************************************************************************************EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans




Our organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail toaccommodation@bloodsystems.org or call 1-844-220-2612 to let us know the nature of your request. A representative will respond to accommodation requests within two business days. Please note that this email/phone number is for medical/disability accommodations only and any other inquiries will not receive a response.




For more EEO information about applicant rightsclick here



For information about Pay Transparency rightsclick here



Our organization participates in E-Verify, for more informationclick here



All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.















All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.


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PRIMARY PURPOSE:


Determines potential blood donor eligibility, performs phlebotomies for all forms of collections including automated and apheresis procedures and post donation activities. Maintain a high donor retention rate by practicing excellent customer service techniques and technical skills. Support the achievement of the company's goals by following organizational and departmental policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies and in accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices and safety guidelines.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.

  • Assures quality customer service to all customers.

  • Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.

  • Determines the eligibility of all prospective donors based upon the evaluation of the health history and physical findings. Accepts and defers donors appropriately based on applicable SOPs. Documentation is neat and legible.

  • Performs the phlebotomy and associated tasks as per applicable SOPs. Takes initiative to demonstrate the ability to process donors in a timely manner, utilizing the bed set up specified by management. Seeks assistance when deemed appropriate.

  • Performs all quality control work processes. Accurately completes all associated documents in accordance with SOPs.

  • Attempts to reschedule all donors. Recruits and converts donors for automated procedures when applicable. Demonstrates commitment and support to achieve company goals.

  • Exceeds customer service expectations by providing a high degree of customer service to all contacts in support of the ITxM Mission. Displays awareness of donor perception. Uses appropriate topics of conversation to engage the donor. Refrains from negative topics of discussion.

  • Works positively and respectfully with co-workers, supervisors and manager, exhibiting a commitment to teamwork. Displays an awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity.

  • Donor Coach Only. Responsibilities include preparing the bus (load/unload), safely driving, parking, delivery of products to the manufacturing area and all other actions needed for donor coach operation. Maintain current CDL.

  • Performs all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.


REQUIREMENTS:


Knowledge/Education



  • High school education or equivalent (G.E.D) is required.

  • Knowledge of medical terminology preferred.

  • Maintains current CPR training is required.


Licenses/ Certifications



  • Medical Assistant, Certified.

  • Medical Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician, Licensed Practical Nurse, or Phlebotomy certification required.

  • Donor Coach Only-Valid, verifiable CDL required with clean driving record or one year of phlebotomy experience required.


Experience



  • One year customer service experience.

  • Phlebotomy experience required.


Skills/Abilities



  • Must possess the skills and abilities to successfully perform all assigned duties and responsibilities.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to perform phlebotomy.

  • Ability to multi task.

  • Language skills must include the ability to read, write, speak English effectively and follow oral and written instructions consistent with policies and procedure, SOPs or other requirements.

  • Ability to work without direct supervision.

  • Ability to work/participate in a team environment.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with the public and staff to enhance Central Blood Bank's relationship with the community.

  • Maintain a positive focus in solving problems, which is observable in tone of voice, body language and conversation.

  • Demonstrates teamwork through both verbal and non-verbal actions that support department projects and changes through participation.

  • Follows departmental reporting lines when dealing with employee and donor concerns and/or assignments.




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Blood Systems Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.




EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans




Our organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail toaccommodation@bloodsystems.org or call 1-844-220-2612 to let us know the nature of your request. A representative will respond to accommodation requests within two business days. Please note that this email/phone number is for medical/disability accommodations only and any other inquiries will not receive a response.




Please see the below information about applicant rights and our commitment to compliance:








All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.


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Want to be a part of something exciting? Help Octapharma Plasma open our next Donor Center! At Octapharma Plasma you can channel your passion for helping others into a medical career that is fast-paced and personally and professionally rewarding.

Is your goal to utilize your leadership skills to achieve business goals and truly make a difference with your business results?  At Octapharma Plasma, you can channel your passion for leading others into a healthcare management career that is fast-paced and personally and professionally rewarding.

Our donor center is in need of a Donor Center Director who is strong at leading staff in achieving operational results and meeting quality goals.  The selected candidate will thrive on working with a diverse workforce, engaging with our donors, and creating a team environment in the center.  We offer a positive, upbeat work environment where all employees work together for the common good of others, and for the many individuals who benefit from our work.

While healthcare experience is a plus, we are looking for someone who has a successful track record of delivering results through the leadership of employees and in collaborating with other departments. Effective communication skills are a must, as well as the ability to develop and maintain a team environment.  Our team is dedicated to exceptional customer service, while building a successful partnership with the community in which we work.  If this sounds appealing, then this job may be for you!


DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS

Job Responsibilities

As the Donor Center Director, you are responsible for leading and managing the donor center staff in the collection of plasma from our donors, including production, quality compliance, financial performance, HR and IT.  Key responsibilities include:

Additional responsibilities of the Donor Center Director role include:


  • Meeting or exceeding production goals and center budget.

  • Hiring and training staff, developing employees for promotional opportunities, and managing staff performance.

  • Complying with federal, state, local and company-specific regulations, including FDA and OSHA.

  • Developing a high level of customer service to our donors.

  • Developing and executing marketing plans to increase the number of new donors and retain existing donors.

  • Maintaining appropriate inventory levels to support production.

  • Shipping plasma products per shipping schedules and standard operating procedures.

  • Maintaining a safe work environment for both employees and donors.


DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS

Job Requirements


  • Bachelor's degree with a major in chemical, physical, or biological science and 4 years pertinent full time lab experience after gruadation in areas to supervise.

  • Previous work experience demonstrating decision making ability, ability to lead, effectively communicate with and positively influence people, familiarity with fiscal operations, conflict resolution, ability to problem solve, and customer service.

  • Ability to obtain certification in the technical donor center positions within six months required.

  • Ability to plan and organize work, work well under pressure and meet demanding deadlines required.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel).

  • Able to communicate in English both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work flexible hours, including nights, weekends and holidays.

 

DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS

Benefits

At Octapharma Plasma we believe in our employees who have the passion and ability to make a difference to the quality of life of their communities. The individual growth and success of each and every employee at Octapharma Plasma is an integral part of our continued growth and success. We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package.

Other benefits include:


  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

  • Life Insurance

  • 401(k) contribution and matching program

  • Flexible Spending Accounts

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Team-oriented environment

  • Recognition programs

 

DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS


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Job Description


General Job Summary



  • Handle incoming and outgoing communication with TBN partners dealing with inquiries and requests relating to donations, gift offers, network programs, donor files and other matters

  • Data entry on multiple software platforms for donor mail, phone calls, email, and website communication from TBN partners around the world


Requirements & Skills



  • Previous high-volume customer service or call center experience

  • Strong data entry and computer skills in a multi-tasking environment

  • Excellent telephone etiquette and ability to interact in a warm, friendly, professional manner leaving a positive impression consistent with the Christian ministry of TBN

  • Fluent in English with excellent written and communication skills – Bilingual English/Spanish a significant plus

  • 40 wpm typing, 10-key proficiency

  • Ability to discreetly handle sensitive and confidential information

  • Enjoy an open-office, team-environment with significant interpersonal interaction


Company Description

TBN is the world's largest Christian television network and America's most-watched faith-and-family channel. Launched by Paul and Jan Crouch in 1973 with one small station broadcasting to the Los Angeles area, TBN today is a growing family of over thirty global networks reaching every inhabited continent with a broad range of inspirational, entertaining, and life-changing programming twenty-four hours a day.

In the U.S. TBN's family of networks is available to 98 percent of television households, and globally TBN reaches an estimated two billion potential viewers each day!

And as for programming, TBN has an unmatched tradition for airing the very best in faith and family-friendly content for every age group. Anchored by TBN's flagship ministry and talk show Praise, TBN's innovative programming lineup includes: ministry programs featuring the world's most respected pastors, Bible teachers, and Christian leaders; exclusive news, current events, and documentary programs; award-winning content for children, teens, and young adults; wholesome movies the whole family will enjoy; and exclusive specials like the GMA Dove Awards and Hillsong worship conferences from around the world.

TBN is also a leader in using cutting-edge technology to reach more viewers around the world with programming that entertains, inspires, and changes lives through God's message of hope and grace. From its online archive giving viewers access to tens of thousands of life-impacting programs, to its mobile app that brings more than a dozen global TBN networks to smart phones, iPads, and tablets anywhere in the world, TBN continues to be the standard bearer for faith-and-family broadcasting across the earth.


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PRIMARY PURPOSE:


Determines potential blood donor eligibility, performs phlebotomies for all forms of collections including automated and apheresis procedures and post donation activities. Maintain a high donor retention rate by practicing excellent customer service techniques and technical skills. Support the achievement of the company's goals by following organizational and departmental policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies and in accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices and safety guidelines.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.

  • Assures quality customer service to all customers.

  • Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.

  • Determines the eligibility of all prospective donors based upon the evaluation of the health history and physical findings. Accepts and defers donors appropriately based on applicable SOPs. Documentation is neat and legible.

  • Performs the phlebotomy and associated tasks as per applicable SOPs. Takes initiative to demonstrate the ability to process donors in a timely manner, utilizing the bed set up specified by management. Seeks assistance when deemed appropriate.

  • Performs all quality control work processes. Accurately completes all associated documents in accordance with SOPs.

  • Attempts to reschedule all donors. Recruits and converts donors for automated procedures when applicable. Demonstrates commitment and support to achieve company goals.

  • Exceeds customer service expectations by providing a high degree of customer service to all contacts in support of the ITxM Mission. Displays awareness of donor perception. Uses appropriate topics of conversation to engage the donor. Refrains from negative topics of discussion.

  • Works positively and respectfully with co-workers, supervisors and manager, exhibiting a commitment to teamwork. Displays an awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity.

  • Donor Coach Only. Responsibilities include preparing the bus (load/unload), safely driving, parking, delivery of products to the manufacturing area and all other actions needed for donor coach operation. Maintain current CDL.

  • Performs all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.


REQUIREMENTS:


Knowledge/Education



  • High school education or equivalent (G.E.D) is required.

  • Knowledge of medical terminology preferred.

  • Maintains current CPR training is required.


Licenses/ Certifications



  • Medical Assistant, Certified.

  • Medical Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician, Licensed Practical Nurse, or Phlebotomy certification required.

  • Donor Coach Only-Valid, verifiable CDL required with clean driving record or one year of phlebotomy experience required.


Experience



  • One year customer service experience.

  • Phlebotomy experience required.


Skills/Abilities



  • Must possess the skills and abilities to successfully perform all assigned duties and responsibilities.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to perform phlebotomy.

  • Ability to multi task.

  • Language skills must include the ability to read, write, speak English effectively and follow oral and written instructions consistent with policies and procedure, SOPs or other requirements.

  • Ability to work without direct supervision.

  • Ability to work/participate in a team environment.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with the public and staff to enhance Central Blood Bank's relationship with the community.

  • Maintain a positive focus in solving problems, which is observable in tone of voice, body language and conversation.

  • Demonstrates teamwork through both verbal and non-verbal actions that support department projects and changes through participation.

  • Follows departmental reporting lines when dealing with employee and donor concerns and/or assignments.




***********************************************************************************************

Blood Systems Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.




EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans




Our organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail toaccommodation@bloodsystems.org or call 1-844-220-2612 to let us know the nature of your request. A representative will respond to accommodation requests within two business days. Please note that this email/phone number is for medical/disability accommodations only and any other inquiries will not receive a response.




Please see the below information about applicant rights and our commitment to compliance:








All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.


See full job description

PRIMARY PURPOSE:


Determines potential blood donor eligibility, performs phlebotomies for all forms of collections including automated and apheresis procedures and post donation activities. Maintain a high donor retention rate by practicing excellent customer service techniques and technical skills. Support the achievement of the company's goals by following organizational and departmental policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies and in accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices and safety guidelines.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.

  • Assures quality customer service to all customers.

  • Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.

  • Determines the eligibility of all prospective donors based upon the evaluation of the health history and physical findings. Accepts and defers donors appropriately based on applicable SOPs. Documentation is neat and legible.

  • Performs the phlebotomy and associated tasks as per applicable SOPs. Takes initiative to demonstrate the ability to process donors in a timely manner, utilizing the bed set up specified by management. Seeks assistance when deemed appropriate.

  • Performs all quality control work processes. Accurately completes all associated documents in accordance with SOPs.

  • Attempts to reschedule all donors. Recruits and converts donors for automated procedures when applicable. Demonstrates commitment and support to achieve company goals.

  • Exceeds customer service expectations by providing a high degree of customer service to all contacts in support of the ITxM Mission. Displays awareness of donor perception. Uses appropriate topics of conversation to engage the donor. Refrains from negative topics of discussion.

  • Works positively and respectfully with co-workers, supervisors and manager, exhibiting a commitment to teamwork. Displays an awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity.

  • Donor Coach Only. Responsibilities include preparing the bus (load/unload), safely driving, parking, delivery of products to the manufacturing area and all other actions needed for donor coach operation. Maintain current CDL.

  • Performs all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.


REQUIREMENTS:


Knowledge/Education



  • High school education or equivalent (G.E.D) is required.

  • Knowledge of medical terminology preferred.

  • Maintains current CPR training is required.


Licenses/ Certifications



  • Medical Assistant, Certified.

  • Medical Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician, Licensed Practical Nurse, or Phlebotomy certification required.

  • Donor Coach Only-Valid, verifiable CDL required with clean driving record or one year of phlebotomy experience required.


Experience



  • One year customer service experience.

  • Phlebotomy experience required.


Skills/Abilities



  • Must possess the skills and abilities to successfully perform all assigned duties and responsibilities.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to perform phlebotomy.

  • Ability to multi task.

  • Language skills must include the ability to read, write, speak English effectively and follow oral and written instructions consistent with policies and procedure, SOPs or other requirements.

  • Ability to work without direct supervision.

  • Ability to work/participate in a team environment.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with the public and staff to enhance Central Blood Bank's relationship with the community.

  • Maintain a positive focus in solving problems, which is observable in tone of voice, body language and conversation.

  • Demonstrates teamwork through both verbal and non-verbal actions that support department projects and changes through participation.

  • Follows departmental reporting lines when dealing with employee and donor concerns and/or assignments.




***********************************************************************************************

Blood Systems Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.




EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans




Our organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail toaccommodation@bloodsystems.org or call 1-844-220-2612 to let us know the nature of your request. A representative will respond to accommodation requests within two business days. Please note that this email/phone number is for medical/disability accommodations only and any other inquiries will not receive a response.




Please see the below information about applicant rights and our commitment to compliance:








All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.


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Job Description


Clinical Support Coordinator


Shift Available: 7:00 p.m- 7:00 a.m.
Rotating, Set Schedule
(Rotating Weekday Nights and Weekend Nights 7p-7a)


Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity to use your knowledge and skills to save and enhance lives? As a Clinical Support Coordinator you are the first step in the organ/tissue donation process! In this position you are responsible for obtaining recorded appropriate informed telephone authorization and comprehensive medical and social history risk assessment with families of patients who authorize donation. You will also work with clinicians performing a medical screening on patients. Any potential organ, tissue, or eye donor in the state of Indiana is called in to our Vital Link Donation Center, where our Clinical Support Coordinators will have a direct connection to saving and healing others!


You’ll have the opportunity to execute all elements of case coordination for tissue cases and shared organ cases to provide seamless transitions and effective case completion.


You’ll be responsible for providing accurate information to both internal and external customers in a timely and efficient manner.


Successful Candidates will have:



  • one year of allied health care technical

  • professional program with current certification

  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Licensed practical nurse, NREMT- P.

  • Associates degree level study with an emphasis in allied health or science field,


Background in family/bereavement counseling, psychology, or social work is beneficial. Spanish speaking abilities is a plus. Passion is required. Our teams work hard every day to save and heal the lives of others and are rewarded with exceptional benefits.


 


Company Description

At Indiana Donor Network, you’ll be part of something that matters. A mission that turns tragedies into hope and gives thousands a second chance to live their lives fully.

Over the last 30 years, our mission has never wavered – saving and healing lives through organ, tissue and eye donation and transplantation. Come make history with the brightest, most passionate people working in every discipline.


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PRIMARY PURPOSE:



Under direct supervision, this position is responsible for performing all duties related to the efficient, safe, and compliant collection of blood and blood products. Works collaboratively as a member of the team and in alignment with the values of the organization.




DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:




Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.


  • Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.

  • Performs all duties related to the collection and handling of blood and blood products (e.g., computerized medical screening, phlebotomy, load, set-up, tear down, pack blood, and daily quality control).

  • Communicates all pertinent information effectively and timely. Brings issues to the attention of those in authority or leadership positions, as necessary.

  • Works as part of a team to achieve daily team production goals.

  • Assists and supports other team members, as required.

  • Maintains clean and organized work area.

  • Drives the company vehicle, as required.

  • Maintains complete and accurate records.

  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills in accordance with current customer service standards to represent a positive image for the company.

  • Maintains and ensures equipment, vehicles, and facilities are in good working order.

  • Maintains proficiency and certification for all tasks required by position.

  • Performs all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.



REQUIREMENTS:




Knowledge/ Education: High School graduate or GEDrequired.


License/ Certification: Valid in–state driver's licensepreferred.


Experience: Minimum one year work experiencepreferred.




Skills/Abilities


  • Must possess the skills and abilities to successfully perform all assigned duties and responsibilities.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Must have proficient computer skills.

  • Must be able to read and comprehend written procedures and instructions.

  • Must be able to work flexible shifts.

  • Must have good customer service and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to work in a team environment and participate as an active team member.

  • Ability to travel, as required.



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All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test in accordance with the Company's established guidelines.


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The School of Humanities and Sciences External Relations team is seeking an Associate Director of Donor Relations to manage, design, develop and implement highly individualized donor relations strategies designed to communicate with the university’s donors. Reporting to the Director of Donor Relations, you will work to implement creative, consistent, and donor-centric donor relations in support of Stanford’s largest school. As part of the External Relations team, the H&S Donor Relations team is responsible for planning and executing a broad range of donor relations and development communications activities designed to strengthen ties to the School of Humanities and Sciences donors and inspire philanthropic support. If you are a motivated, positive individual, who thrives in a collaborative environment with excellent writing and editing skills and demonstrated strong project management, this role may be a great fit for you. About the School of Humanities and Sciences: The School of Humanities and Sciences (H&S) is the center of a world-class liberal arts education at Stanford University. H&S encompasses 23 departments—from art and art history, English, and history to economics, mathematics, and biology—as well as 23 interdisciplinary programs. As the university’s largest school, H&S serves as the foundation of a Stanford undergraduate education no matter which discipline students pursue as a major. All undergraduates take a range of courses in H&S that challenge them to think critically about the world and their roles in it. Graduate students work alongside world-renowned faculty to pursue and shape foundational research that leads to breakthroughs and discoveries that shed new light on the past, influence the present, and shape the future. Together, faculty and students in H&S engage in inspirational teaching, learning, and research every day. The Associate Director of Donor Relations main responsibilities include: Working with the school’s departments, interdisciplinary programs (IDPs), centers, and institutes to communicate donor relations plans, educate them about the importance of donor relations, and partner with them to make sure they are adhering to the university’s donor relations guidelines and standards. Ensuring donor relations messaging aligns with school/unit communications plans and strategic priorities. Establishing and maintaining strong partnerships with gift officers in order to maximize engagement for their portfolios of donors. Gain a complete understanding of each donor’s involvement and giving activity. Managing an annual reporting cycle for over 200 expendable funds across the school’s departments and IDPs. Coordinate with staff and development officers to develop and produce key donor relations deliverables, including written (hard copy, email or online content), video, or events. Maintain open channels of communications with donor relations colleagues across the university. Develop tracking methods for reporting on school-wide donor relations activities and adherence to guidelines. Assess donor relations opportunities and track donor relations trends. Recommend donor relations improvements based on findings. To be successful in this position, you will bring the following: Strong customer service approach and attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills and professionalism to interact with a wide range of people at different levels of the organization. Ability to clearly and credibly communicate a diverse array of topics Ability to articulate progress and impact in a way that is understandable and meaningful to various constituencies Demonstrated understanding of a wide variety of donor audiences. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to edit high-level correspondence. Proven ability to effectively and efficiently manage multiple priorities, with competing deadlines. Must be able to conduct research and ability to interpret information available in a variety of databases. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Tact, discretion, and experience handling confidential information. Proficient in MS Office Suite, Google docs and a variety of database applications. Minimum Education and Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree and five years of relevant experience or combination of education and relevant experience. Additional preferred skills include: Experience in development communications or donor relations roles. Experience in higher education, particularly complex research institutions. Experience with relationship or prospect management systems. Experience with project management software.


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Job Description


The Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations is responsible for developing, implementing and managing the overall cultivation, stewardship and recognition of Mercy's constituencies through special engagement opportunities, publications, ad hoc and regular communications and reporting, and events in order to inspire and steward philanthropic support for the hospital's mission.


 


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.


 


  • Manage and execute all impact reports to donors including but not limited to:

    • Annual endowment reports

    • Ad hoc impact reports on restricted gifts

    • Impact reports and stewardship for corporate supporters

    • Regular print and email communications to leadership level donors, including the annual holiday card mailing

    • In coordination with the Development Communications Specialist, serve as point of contact for:

      • gift credit lines,

      • gift crediting and recognition including annual honor roll and donor wall

      • named spaces within the hospital, Stella Maris, and hub sites,

      • naming opportunities

      • Oversee and manage all special events for Mercy, including but not limited to:

        • Major events -- Stella Maris Crab Feast and Wine Tasting

        • Clinician recognition and retirement events

        • Cultivation events

        • Corporate Stewardship Events

        • Tours

        • Others as warranted

        • Oversee all Third Party fundraising events

        • Develop and track annual donor relations and stewardship budget

        • Ensure transparency with donors regarding the use of gifts and compliance with original donor intent

        • Ensure that benefits of membership, corporate philanthropy and sponsorship and other promised benefits are delivered fully and appropriately

        • Regularly audit donor acknowledgements, gift agreements and other communications for accuracy, impact and usefulness

        • Regularly review, update and, when necessary, document donor relations and stewardship policies and procedures ( holiday cards, events, new endowment onboarding, new named space onboarding, new named position onboarding, endowment reports, other stewardship reports and activities)

        • Develop, oversee and execute (including setting of and adherence to budget) donor, member, prospect and stewardships events and programs

        • Serve as a point of contact in the Foundation for all offered gifts, work with physicians, clinicians, practice managers, Centers of Excellence administrative staff, and other personnel to track and steward all major gifts to Mercy Health Services

        • Collaborate with Advancement Services to accurately track all stewardship efforts in the Raiser's Edge database

        • Coordinate Grateful Patient and Family services for high level donors and prospects, answering requests in a timely manner

        • Serve as the primary point of contact for customer service issues related to leadership donors that are not handled by gift officers or hospital leadership

        • Maintain an inventory of cultivation opportunities and donor gifts/premiums for use by gift officers. Ensure that staff are aware of these resources.







SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:


Special Events Coordinator


Dotted line oversight for the Development Officer for Stella Maris, as it relates to special events


OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES/ATTRIBUTES: Flexibility in terms of handling multiple tasks; ability to prioritize and work under pressure; willingness and ability to work evenings and weekends as required; ability to work as a team member, occasionally helping other areas of the office; ability to work independently. Ability to create and manage budgets. Requires high level of confidentiality.


Requirements:



  • Bachelor's Degree minimum

  • Excellent writing and communication skills

  • At least 5-7 years prior experience in donor or client relationship management

  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), experience with relational database software (preferably Blackbaud Raiser's Edge)

  • Excellent attention to detail and strong organizational skills

  • Special skills in technology-driven communications

  • Strong ethical sense to handle confidential and sensitive information appropriately


Company Description

Like the Sisters of Mercy before us, we witness God’s healing love for all people by providing excellent clinical and residential services within a community of compassionate care.


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Job Description


Assistant Manager Donor Center - Simply Biotech


OVERVIEW


Are you looking for a new career opportunity with an exciting biotech company?! Then we’ve got the right team for you! In this role, you’re responsible for the duties listed below.


Immediate opening for an Assistant Manager Donor Center in Brockton, MA who possesses:



  • BA/BS degree in chemical, physical, or biological science

  • 3-4 years of laboratory experience within biotech industry

  • 5+ years of management experience


Email resumes to ajones@simplybiotech.com or call 858.251.3562


FULL DESCRIPTION:


The Assistant Manager assists the (Donor) Center Director in the daily operational function of donor center operations and assumes managerial responsibility of donor center operations in the Center Director’s absence.


The selected candidate will further possess:



  • Previous work experience demonstrating decision-making ability, ability to effectively communicate with and positively influence people, familiarity with fiscal operations, supervisory responsibility, conflict resolution and customer service

  • Certification as a Sr. Medical Screener, Phlebotomist and Sr. Processing Technician required or ability to obtain certification within six months of acquiring position. Where state licensure is required for one of these positions, a clear understanding of the procedures can substitute

  • Basic organization, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills and the ability to work well under pressure and meet demanding deadlines

  • Basic computer, typing, and mathematical skills

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel)

  • Excellent communication skills and ability to conduct oral presentations

  • Excellent people skills which extends to a diverse group individuals and demographics

  • Ability to speak, write and read English. Bilingual abilities may be required in some locations

  • Ability to work day and evening hours, weekends, holidays and extended shifts on a frequent basis

  • Professional appearance and demeanor


The selected candidate will be responsible for the following:


Oversees Operational Compliance within the Donor Center



  • Ensures the total operation is in compliance with facility SOPs, State and Federal (FDA) Rules and Regulations, OSHA requirements and CLIA requirements

  • Directs and supervises donor center employees to maintain quality assurance procedures

  • Trains employees to maintain daily center operations

  • Ensures that professional customer service skills, courtesy and respect are utilized by center staff to maximize donor retention

  • Identifies all potential, serious or chronic problems affecting quality or compliance

  • Assists in audits, inspections and training at other donor center facilities as needed

  • Complies with federal, state, local and company-specific regulations related to quality of product, employee and donor safety and to the proper performance of day-to-day activities


Manages Daily Center Operations



  • Performs opening and closing duties (e.g., powers on/off equipment, documents of petty funds and donor fund disbursement, locks up monies/checks and files, maintains alarm system, etc.)

  • Manages areas (e.g., steady flow of production, special program monitoring documentation, donor center logs and records, etc.)

  • Receives, distributes and follows through SPE/RPR test results

  • Ensures areas are well-stocked to handle current and next day's production

  • Maintains daily and monthly production statistics (e.g., Softgoods Inventory, Haemonetics Reports, PCS2 Logs and Event Tracking Logs, etc.)

  • Ensures daily completion of donor center logs and records (i.e., Final Weight sheets, Shipping Temperature Records, Quality Control Records)

  • Completes shipments and reviews all test results and shipping records

  • Maintains records to keep accurate account of current freezer inventories

  • Maintains continual attention to weekly supply needs and completes monthly inventories

  • Ensures timely response to alarms and maintains alarm system

  • Oversees the performance of all equipment maintenance and ensures all equipment is well maintained, in good working order and is calibrated as required

  • Supports all marketing and advertising


Performs Fiscal/Administrative Duties



  • Conducts monthly staff meetings and documentation

  • Hires, trains and coordinates donor center staff members to ensure a competent, compliant and quality team that yields maximum donor production

  • Schedules and facilitates employee cross-training activities to prepare the team for volume increases, staff depletions, vacations and absenteeism

  • Maintains up-to-date training records

  • Ensures appropriate medical staff coverage or replacement (e.g., Center Physician, Physician Substitute) for donor center

  • Monitors special programs (i.e., internal and external recruiting, donor’s communication, donor center paperwork, donation follow-up)

  • Maintains center operations with fiscal responsibility in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Quality Assurance Programs (QAP) and general housekeeping

  • Oversees reactive unit test results and completes unit disposition and paperwork follow through


Organizational Leadership/Effectiveness



  • Trains, develops and manages all staff in accordance with Human Resources' and company policies and other established management guidelines and regulations

  • Ensures adherence to all HR policies and procedures through fair and equitable treatment of all employees

  • Hires, motivates and evaluates center personnel based on established guidelines

  • Disciplines and terminates center employees and maintains complete and accurate personnel records

  • Ensures adequate, trained staff is available to cover the hours of operation in adherence to regulatory requirements

  • Creates an organizational environment that stimulates the morale and productivity of the work force and its leadership

  • Provides leadership for employee relations through effective communication, coaching, training and development

  • Performs employee performance reviews

  • Performs other related duties as assigned


Physical Requirements:



  • Ability to sit or stand for extended periods for up to four (4) hours at a time

  • Ability to tug, lift, and pull up to thirty-five (35) pounds

  • Be able to bend, stoop or kneel

  • Occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and chemicals/odors

  • Be able to travel by plane and/or car

  • Regularly required to stand; use hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls

  • Required to enter an environment with a temperature of -40°C for short periods of time

  • Be able to travel by plane and/or car on occasion


For immediate and confidential consideration, please email your resume to ajones@simplybiotech.com or call 858.251.3562


More information can be found at www.simplybiotech.com


Company Description

Simply Biotech specializes in recruiting exclusively for the biotech community.


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Job Description


Donor Relations + Sponsorship + Registration + Representative +


If you are looking for a fun place to work where you get paid for helping people then look no further! We are now looking to hire associates for our new office! No experience is necessary; training is provided!


We are a firm that focuses on nonprofit business development, fundraising, donor and customer relations, charity marketing, and sponsorship programming. We take pride in the fact that our work helps these charities SAVE LIVES!!!!!!!!!! This is certainly a feel-good kind of opportunity. We definitely ask for a desire to work hard and maintain integrity and business ethics at ALL TIMES. A charity does not sell products or services--- a charity's success is based on its reputation. Hence, upkeeping our nonprofit clientele's reputation is our #1 priority.


 


Responsibilities


• Provide information about the charity and charity programs


• Maintain a strong knowledge of charity accomplishments, on-site projects, statistics, fundraising terms, and sponsorships


• Conduct event and retail presentations to new target audiences


• Reach sponsorship targets and donor retention goals


 


Qualifications


• Positive and professional demeanor


• Excellent verbal communication skills


• Ability to build rapport with clients


• Ability to prioritize and multitask


• Very social and outgoing personality


 


Benefits


• Performance-based career advancement opportunities


• Hands-on paid training (Compensation structure: Base salary plus Bonuses)


• A fast-paced, fun work environment


 


If you feel that you can see yourself dually accomplishing career growth while being a superhero who saves lives, APPLY TODAY!


Company Description

We handle business development for world renowned nonprofit organizations and charities by representing them in sponsorship and donor campaigns. Our long-term projects have brought funds to numerous charities that are responsible for saving lives and improving quality of life for those in need. We are seeking candidates with undeniable integrity and a value for ethics to grow within our company for the long term. This opportunity is for the applicant who wants to build a career while simultaneously making the world a better place.


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Want to be a part of something exciting? Help Octapharma Plasma open our next Donor Center! At Octapharma Plasma you can channel your passion for helping others into a medical career that is fast-paced and personally and professionally rewarding.

Is your goal to utilize your leadership skills to achieve business goals and truly make a difference with your business results?  At Octapharma Plasma, you can channel your passion for leading others into a healthcare management career that is fast-paced and personally and professionally rewarding.

Our donor center is in need of a Donor Center Director who is strong at leading staff in achieving operational results and meeting quality goals.  The selected candidate will thrive on working with a diverse workforce, engaging with our donors, and creating a team environment in the center.  We offer a positive, upbeat work environment where all employees work together for the common good of others, and for the many individuals who benefit from our work.

While healthcare experience is a plus, we are looking for someone who has a successful track record of delivering results through the leadership of employees and in collaborating with other departments. Effective communication skills are a must, as well as the ability to develop and maintain a team environment.  Our team is dedicated to exceptional customer service, while building a successful partnership with the community in which we work.  If this sounds appealing, then this job may be for you!


DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS

Job Responsibilities

As the Donor Center Director, you are responsible for leading and managing the donor center staff in the collection of plasma from our donors, including production, quality compliance, financial performance, HR and IT.  Key responsibilities include:

Additional responsibilities of the Donor Center Director role include:


  • Meeting or exceeding production goals and center budget.

  • Hiring and training staff, developing employees for promotional opportunities, and managing staff performance.

  • Complying with federal, state, local and company-specific regulations, including FDA and OSHA.

  • Developing a high level of customer service to our donors.

  • Developing and executing marketing plans to increase the number of new donors and retain existing donors.

  • Maintaining appropriate inventory levels to support production.

  • Shipping plasma products per shipping schedules and standard operating procedures.

  • Maintaining a safe work environment for both employees and donors.


DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS

Job Requirements


  • Minimum three year's management/supervisory experience required.

  • Previous work experience demonstrating decision making ability, ability to lead, effectively communicate with and positively influence people, familiarity with fiscal operations, conflict resolution, ability to problem solve, and customer service.

  • Bachelor's degree preferred.

  • Ability to obtain certification in the technical donor center positions within six months required.

  • Ability to plan and organize work, work well under pressure and meet demanding deadlines required.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel).

  • Able to communicate in English both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work flexible hours, including nights, weekends and holidays.

 

DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS

Benefits

At Octapharma Plasma we believe in our employees who have the passion and ability to make a difference to the quality of life of their communities. The individual growth and success of each and every employee at Octapharma Plasma is an integral part of our continued growth and success. We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package.

Other benefits include:


  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

  • Life Insurance

  • 401(k) contribution and matching program

  • Flexible Spending Accounts

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Team-oriented environment

  • Recognition programs

 

DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR - LEADERSHIP - OPERATIONS


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How to Maximize

your opportunity to do rewarding work,

your future leadership potential,

and your career growth?

 

Join an industry leader.

[Become one, too!]

 

Octapharma Plasma offers professional opportunities that make a meaningful difference. We enhance the lives of patients who need our life-saving medicines. We reward the donors who provide the plasma we collect to make them. And we inspire growth and development in the teams at our donation centers, offices, and labs. We invite you to do the same in this role:

 

DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR

  

This Is What You'll Do:


  • Oversees donor center staff and operations, including production, quality compliance, finance, HR, and IT.

  • Acts as a liaison with all corporate functions to ensure center compliance and performance.

  • Maintains a thorough understanding of state and federal regulations (e.g. FDA approved Standard Operating Procedures, OSHA, CLIA, and GMP) to maintain the highest production standards and ensure facility compliance.

  • Complies with federal, state, local and company-specific regulations related to quality of product, employee and donor safety and to the proper performance of day-to-day activities.

  • Ensures that product shipments and sample submissions are accurate and performed in accordance with shipping schedules.

  • Maintains a professional and courteous relationship with donors that will stimulate donor retention, referrals, and production growth.

  • Ensures projected production budget is met in both quantity and potency.

  • Trains, develops, and manages all staff in accordance with the Human Resources and company policies and other established management guidelines and regulations.

  • Creates an organizational environment that stimulates the morale and productivity of the work force and its leadership.

  

This Is Who You Are:


  • A natural leader who displays strong character and integrity

  • People person extending to a diverse group of individuals and demographics

  • Outgoing, personable, energetic, and enthusiastic

  • Excited to teach, learn, and advance with a growing organization

  • Self-motivated and willing to assume the initiative

  • Attentive, Organized, Multi-tasking, Problem solver

  • Profession appearance and demeanor

  • Strong communication, organizational, planning skills.

  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.

  • Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office.

  • Ability to work day and evening hours, weekends, holidays, and extended shifts.

 



This Is What It Takes: 


  • Bachelor's degree preferred. Job experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.

  • Minimum three (3) years' management/supervisory experience.

  • Minimum three (3) years' experience recruiting, hiring, training and managing the performance of employees.

  • Minimum one (1) year experience with responsibility for financial management and/or budgeting.

  • Experience working in a highly regulated industry, preferred.

 

Do Satisfying Work. Earn Real Rewards and Benefits.

 

We're widely known and respected for our benefits and for leadership that is supportive and hands-on.

 


  • Formal training

  • Outstanding plans for medical, dental, and vision insurance

  • Health savings account (HSA)

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Employee assistance program (EAP)

  • Wellness program

  • 401 (k) retirement plan

  • Paid time off

  • Company-paid holidays

  • Personal time

 

More About Octapharma Plasma, Inc.

 

With donation centers and team members throughout the U.S., Octapharma Plasma, Inc. collects plasma to create life-saving medicines for patients worldwide. We are growing at an impressive pace, and so is the positive impact of our work. Our community relies on teamwork, compassion, and expertise to get things done the right way, while making a meaningful difference in the lives we touch.

 

Interested? Learn more online and apply now at:

 

octapharmahiring.com

 

INNER SATISFACTION.

OUTSTANDING IMPACT.


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Job Description


 


Educational or Certification Requirements:



  • High School diploma

  • 2 years of college course work preferred.


 


 


Position Summary and Essential Responsibilities:


 


The Junior Donor Operations Specialist position supports gift management within the Administration Departments of Cross Catholic Outreach.  The position requires an organized, team player with a strong Christian background. The ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks within a disciplined structure is mandate.  This position operates with a flexible task menu that includes, but is not limited to the following. Task assignments will be scheduled for rotation for cross training purposes and per management decision.


 



  • Donor record updating (editing, adding notes, etc.) along with donor record review

  • On rotation to retrieve the mail for two ministries and maintain dual control

  • Gift processing

  • Creation of order and schedule for monthly donors

  • Data maintenance

  • Filing

  • Other duties as assigned by management


 


Experience Requirements: 



  • Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ; maintains a courteous, Christ-like attitude in dealing with people within and outside of the ministry.

  • Experience batching and processing donations, bank transactions, and/or payments

  • Email and telephone experience with customer service

  • A proven track record of working independently with time constraints

  • Experience in data processing that uses sophisticated coding systems to identify attributes of donations and/or payments

  • Experience reviewing, removing duplicates, and cleaning customer and/or constituent records/data

  • Non-profit experience preferred


 


Skills Required:


 



  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)

  • Self-motivated and detail oriented

  • Excellent typing and data processing skills

  • Time management skills and the ability to work under deadline pressure is essential


Company Description

Cross Catholic Outreach is a 501c3 Catholic relief and development ministry that provides food, shelter, medical care, water, education, self-help programs, care for orphans, and emergency relief to the poorest of the poor around the world in the name of Christ.

We mobilize the global Catholic Church to transform the poor and their communities materially and spiritually for the glory of Jesus Christ. Cross Catholic Outreach’s priority is to help “the poorest of the poor.” Our efforts reach those suffering extreme poverty in countries throughout the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Projects include relief for earthquake, flood and tsunami victims, care and education for orphans and other vulnerable children, housing for the homeless, medicines and health care for the indigent, food for families suffering extreme malnutrition, and clean water for communities that have none, as well as micro-enterprise programs and other long-term development efforts to break the cycle of poverty.

In every case, our method of outreach is the same: Cross Catholic locates needy Catholic-based ministries serving the poor and distributes material aid through their existing programs. In this way, we can supply meaningful help where it is needed most. In all our work we remain dedicated in our service to the Lord as good stewards of His resources in every challenge we seek to overcome. We partner with Dioceses all over the world.


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PRIMARY PURPOSE:



Under direct supervision, this position is responsible for performing all duties related to the efficient, safe, and compliant collection of blood and blood products. Works collaboratively as a member of the team and in alignment with the values of the organization.




DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:




Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.


  • Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.

  • Performs all duties related to the collection and handling of blood and blood products (e.g., computerized medical screening, phlebotomy, load, set-up, tear down, pack blood, and daily quality control).

  • Communicates all pertinent information effectively and timely. Brings issues to the attention of those in authority or leadership positions, as necessary.

  • Works as part of a team to achieve daily team production goals.

  • Assists and supports other team members, as required.

  • Maintains clean and organized work area.

  • Drives the company vehicle, as required.

  • Maintains complete and accurate records.

  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills in accordance with current customer service standards to represent a positive image for the company.

  • Maintains and ensures equipment, vehicles, and facilities are in good working order.

  • Maintains proficiency and certification for all tasks required by position.

  • Performs all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.



REQUIREMENTS:




Knowledge/ Education: High School graduate or GEDrequired.


License/ Certification: Valid in–state driver's licensepreferred.


Experience: Minimum one year work experiencepreferred.




Skills/Abilities


  • Must possess the skills and abilities to successfully perform all assigned duties and responsibilities.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Must have proficient computer skills.

  • Must be able to read and comprehend written procedures and instructions.

  • Must be able to work flexible shifts.

  • Must have good customer service and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to work in a team environment and participate as an active team member.

  • Ability to travel, as required.



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Job Description


Summary:


Respond to and provide appropriate donor care to blood donors who have suffered an injury or had a reaction during or following a blood donation. Performs MD designee review and final quality evaluation of donor complication cases. Identifies need to gain control of components from donors with certain complications that could affect recipient safety. May answer questions regarding donor eligibility and customer concerns.


Maintain Blood Services records in accordance with ARCBS directives and FDA, state and federal regulations. Research records to retrieve requested information. Work in a collaborative team environment to meet operational objectives while advancing donor and recipient safety. Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures, Safety Quality Identity Potency Purity (SQUIPP), regulations outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and other applicable Federal, state and local regulations. 


Shift: 2nd Shift Tues-Sat 3pm-11:30pm


Responsibilities


 ·         Manage donor complications arising from the donation process.



  • Provide appropriate care for donors reporting complications from their donation.

  • Take appropriate and timely product action in response to additional information provided by donors.

  • Provide timely, accurate and helpful answers to donors and staff regarding donor eligibility, complaints and concerns.

  • Communicate directly with donors to ensure proper care and resolution of complication.

  • Ask probing questions to ensure facts of case are known and to provide correct care for donor.

  • Manage donor complication cases to resolution and timely closure.

  • Perform medical director/designee review and final quality review for donor complication cases.

  • Identify, control and retrieve suspect products (includes gaining control, product retrieval, consignee notification, tracking responses from consignees, case review and managing cases through closure). Investigate discrepancies in donor records.

  • Correct, update and verify changes to donor records to ensure appropriate entry and confidential handling of donor data.

  • Identify and control impacted suspect products resulting from changes.

  • Monitor security to ensure only authorized personnel have access to confidential donor records.

  • Prepare and provide reports for regions and BHQ regarding donor complication cases as required.

  • Perform all necessary tasks according to procedure and within established time frames.

  • Perform other related duties as necessary to maintain the team workflow. 


Qualifications


·         Certification as Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Medical Laboratory Professional (MT or MLT) is required.


·         Minimum one year of related experience in patient care, blood collections or patient testing is required.


·         Prior blood banking or similar customer service experience preferred.


·         Excellent written and verbal skills and ability to probe donors to elicit a complete and accurate health history is required.


·         Intermediate to advanced level computer skills with Microsoft Office applications in a Windows environment is required.


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of staff so classified.


Company Description

With over 20,000 employees and nearly 314,000 volunteers, the American Red Cross comprises a diverse network of men and women committed to changing the world, one community at a time. Down the street, across the country, around the world—our work saves lives. Join us!


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Job Description


Position Purpose:


To manage and actively implement approved major donor communication plan, development activities, onboarding program, and retention strategies for Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Supervise major donor team members to connect with donors and further strengthen their relationship with TBN. Activities include inbound and outbound communication to major donors including phone calls, handwritten notes, email communication, and more. Locate the appropriate donor matches for Legacy Life Annuities and other Legacy products, and arrange follow up from the Legacy team.


Essential Duties:



  • Attend and contribute to scheduled Donor Development Leadership team meetings; follow through with implementing approved strategies, programs, and activities.


  • Provide leadership and direction to team members which includes leading regular team meetings, measuring and meeting goals and benchmarks, implementing approved systems and coaching and equipping team members to function at a high level.


  • Collaborate with other departments to meet and provide a high level of service to donors. Provide and receive input to ensure that proper communication occurs for all involved team members.


  • Plan and facilitate major donor events as requested, ensuring a high level of excellence, professionalism, and hospitality are exhibited that consistently represents TBN.


  • Manage expenditures within approved budget.


  • Report on donor activities, providing feedback to help increase level of engagement.


  • Work with information system team to maintain the CRM system, tracking major donor lists, activities, and communication.


  • Facilitate and oversee daily calls and activities to encourage major donors.


  • Place and oversee special calls requested by leadership and other staff to major donors (i.e. disaster calls, special prayer, etc.)


  • Return calls from major donors from phone messages, other departments, and on behalf of leadership as requested.


  • Answer major donor questions and connect them to TBN resources (as appropriate)


  • Stay familiar with TBN’s programming, current teachings, meetings, and various updates that may impact donors.


  • Actively engage and build relationships with major donors via phone, written correspondence, etc.



Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:



  • Proven track record of team building and leadership development


  • Understanding and hands-on experience with donor growth and relations


  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with ability to interact in a warm, friendly, professional manner consistent with the Christian ministry of TBN


  • Problem-solving skills with the ability to discern potential needs and minister accordingly


  • Strong Bible-based knowledge and application in verbal and written settings


  • Must be proficient on Windows-based applications including Outlook, Word, Excel and other software platforms for effective communication with TBN worldwide partners


  • Ability to discreetly handle sensitive and confidential information



Company Description

TBN is the world's largest Christian television network and America's most-watched faith-and-family channel. Launched by Paul and Jan Crouch in 1973 with one small station broadcasting to the Los Angeles area, TBN today is a growing family of over thirty global networks reaching every inhabited continent with a broad range of inspirational, entertaining, and life-changing programming twenty-four hours a day.

In the U.S. TBN's family of networks is available to 98 percent of television households, and globally TBN reaches an estimated two billion potential viewers each day!

And as for programming, TBN has an unmatched tradition for airing the very best in faith and family-friendly content for every age group. Anchored by TBN's flagship ministry and talk show Praise, TBN's innovative programming lineup includes: ministry programs featuring the world's most respected pastors, Bible teachers, and Christian leaders; exclusive news, current events, and documentary programs; award-winning content for children, teens, and young adults; wholesome movies the whole family will enjoy; and exclusive specials like the GMA Dove Awards and Hillsong worship conferences from around the world.

TBN is also a leader in using cutting-edge technology to reach more viewers around the world with programming that entertains, inspires, and changes lives through God's message of hope and grace. From its online archive giving viewers access to tens of thousands of life-impacting programs, to its mobile app that brings more than a dozen global TBN networks to smart phones, iPads, and tablets anywhere in the world, TBN continues to be the standard bearer for faith-and-family broadcasting across the earth.


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How to Maximize

your opportunity to do rewarding work,

your future leadership potential,

and your career growth?

 

Join an industry leader.

[Become one, too!]

 

Want to be a part of something exciting? Help Octapharma Plasma open our next Donor Center! At Octapharma Plasma you can channel your passion for helping others into a medical career that is fast-paced and personally and professionally rewarding.

Is your goal to utilize your leadership skills to achieve business goals and truly make a difference with your business results?  At Octapharma Plasma, you can channel your passion for leading others into a healthcare management career that is fast-paced and personally and professionally rewarding.

Our donor center is in need of a Donor Center Director who is strong at leading staff in achieving operational results and meeting quality goals.  The selected candidate will thrive on working with a diverse workforce, engaging with our donors, and creating a team environment in the center.  We offer a positive, upbeat work environment where all employees work together for the common good of others, and for the many individuals who benefit from our work.

While healthcare experience is a plus, we are looking for someone who has a successful track record of delivering results through the leadership of employees and in collaborating with other departments. Effective communication skills are a must, as well as the ability to develop and maintain a team environment.  Our team is dedicated to exceptional customer service, while building a successful partnership with the community in which we work.  If this sounds appealing, then this job may be for you!

 

DONOR CENTER DIRECTOR  

This Is What You'll Do:


  • Oversees donor center staff and operations, including production, quality compliance, finance, HR, and IT.

  • Acts as a liaison with all corporate functions to ensure center compliance and performance.

  • Maintains a thorough understanding of state and federal regulations (e.g. FDA approved Standard Operating Procedures, OSHA, CLIA, and GMP) to maintain the highest production standards and ensure facility compliance.

  • Complies with federal, state, local and company-specific regulations related to quality of product, employee and donor safety and to the proper performance of day-to-day activities.

  • Ensures that product shipments and sample submissions are accurate and performed in accordance with shipping schedules.

  • Maintains a professional and courteous relationship with donors that will stimulate donor retention, referrals, and production growth.

  • Ensures projected production budget is met in both quantity and potency.

  • Trains, develops, and manages all staff in accordance with the Human Resources and company policies and other established management guidelines and regulations.

  • Creates an organizational environment that stimulates the morale and productivity of the work force and its leadership.

 

This Is Who You Are:


  • A natural leader who displays strong character and integrity

  • People person extending to a diverse group of individuals and demographics

  • Outgoing, personable, energetic, and enthusiastic

  • Excited to teach, learn, and advance with a growing organization

  • Self-motivated and willing to assume the initiative

  • Attentive, Organized, Multi-tasking, Problem solver

  • Profession appearance and demeanor

  • Strong communication, organizational, planning skills.

  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.

  • Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office.

  • Ability to work day and evening hours, weekends, holidays, and extended shifts.

 



This Is What It Takes: 


  • Bachelor's degree preferred. Job experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.

  • Minimum three (3) years' management/supervisory experience.

  • Minimum three (3) years' experience recruiting, hiring, training and managing the performance of employees.

  • Minimum one (1) year experience with responsibility for financial management and/or budgeting.

  • Experience working in a highly regulated industry, preferred.

 

Do Satisfying Work. Earn Real Rewards and Benefits.

 

We're widely known and respected for our benefits and for leadership that is supportive and hands-on.

 


  • Formal training

  • Outstanding plans for medical, dental, and vision insurance

  • Health savings account (HSA)

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Employee assistance program (EAP)

  • Wellness program

  • 401 (k) retirement plan

  • Paid time off

  • Company-paid holidays

  • Personal time

 

More About Octapharma Plasma, Inc.

 

With donation centers and team members throughout the U.S., Octapharma Plasma, Inc. collects plasma to create life-saving medicines for patients worldwide. We are growing at an impressive pace, and so is the positive impact of our work. Our community relies on teamwork, compassion, and expertise to get things done the right way, while making a meaningful difference in the lives we touch.

 

Interested? Learn more online and apply now at:

 

octapharmahiring.com

 

INNER SATISFACTION.

OUTSTANDING IMPACT.


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Job Description


This job is located in Atlanta, GA.


Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media. Here in Atlanta, DDS is working on behalf of Georgia Public Broadcasting (PBS and NPR) in the first of its kind door-to-door campaign. We're hiring people to get out into the community, sign up members, and fund-raise for GPB!


Details about the job:



  • We're hiring for full-time positions
    • Year-round and seasonal


  • Hours are 1:00 PM until about 9:30 PM
    • Full-time means 5 days/week


  • We provide paid training so no experience is required!


Candidates should be:



  • Awesome communicators

  • Enthusiastic about public media

  • People who want to make a difference

  • Self-motivated and hard-working


Field Managers should be:



  • Great at motivating staff

  • Have a background in fundraising, sales, or community outreach

  • Be able to drive staff performance through their own performance in the field


Compensation:




  • $12/hr base pay for Canvassers + Bonuses


  • $15/hr base pay for Field Managers + Bonuses

  • Our office averages $15-$24/hr


Benefits: DDS places the highest value on the work our canvassers do, so we offer paid time off; health, vision,and dental coverage; and the option to join our company's 401k program.


Bonuses for Drivers: Our drivers make up to $200 extra on every paycheck thanks to our generous mileage reimbursement.


Company Description

Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media through grassroots, year-round field campaigns. As more organizations and non-profits compete for fundraising dollars, it is critical to take the initiative to get out and talk face-to-face with the citizens that fund the important work that public media does each and every day.


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Job Description


Public Media Canvassers Wanted!


Donor Development Strategies (DDS) and Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) are looking for Canvassers to join our team and build community support for the PBS and NPR affiliate in your community!


Requirements:



  • Enjoy talking to people

  • Interested in fundraising for a great cause

  • Value public media and community outreach

  • Ability to walk for 5+ hours outside every day

  • No experience required – we provide paid training


Benefits and Pay:




  • $15/hr base pay with fundraising bonuses

  • Our staff average $17-$24/hr

  • PTO and sick pay provided

  • Subsidized healthcare/vision/dental

  • 401(k) with automatic employer contribution

  • Flexible scheduling

  • Bonuses for drivers


Reply to this post and call our office at (503) 765-5672 to set up an interview!


Company Description

Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media through grassroots, year-round field campaigns. As more organizations and non-profits compete for fundraising dollars, it is critical to take the initiative to get out and talk face-to-face with the citizens that fund the important work that public media does each and every day.


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Job Description


Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media. Here in Boston, DDS is working on behalf of WGBH (PBS and NPR) in the first of its kind door-to-door campaign. We're hiring people to get out into the community, sign up members, and fund-raise for WGBH!


Details about the job:



  • We're hiring for both full and part time positions

    • Year-round and seasonal

    • Great for student schedules



  • Hours are 1:00 PM until about 9:30 PM

    • Full-time means 5 days/week

    • Part time means 3+ days/week



  • We provide paid training so no experience is required!


Compensation (Recently Increased!):




  • $16/hr base pay for Canvassers + Bonuses


  • $17/hr base pay for Field Managers + Bonuses

  • Our office averages $18-$25/hr

  • FYI - We're the highest paying canvass job in Boston!


Candidates should be:



  • Awesome communicators

  • Enthusiastic about public media

  • People who want to make a difference

  • Self-motivated and hard-working


Field Managers should be:



  • Great at motivating staff

  • Have a background in fundraising, sales, or community outreach

  • Be able to drive staff performance through their own performance in the field


 



    Benefits: DDS places the highest value on the work our canvassers do, so we offer paid time off; health, vision,and dental coverage; and the option to join our company's 401k program.


    Bonuses for Drivers: Our drivers make up to $200 extra on every paycheck thanks to our generous mileage reimbursement.


    Company Description

    Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media through grassroots, year-round field campaigns. As more organizations and non-profits compete for fundraising dollars, it is critical to take the initiative to get out and talk face-to-face with the citizens that fund the important work that public media does each and every day.


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    Job Description


    This job is located in Dallas, TX.


    Donor Development strategies (DDS) is hiring staff members to get out into the community, engage in public media marketing, sign up members, and fundraise on behalf of KERA Public Media (local PBS/NPR stations). Both experienced canvassers and people who have never knocked on a door professionally are encouraged to apply.


    We're hiring full and part-time staff members to get out into the community, sign up members, and fundraise for PBS, NPR, & KXT!


    Full-time means 5 days/week, 1:00 PM until about 9:30 PM.


    Part-time means 3+ days/week, with the hours on those days also being 1:00 PM until about 9:30 PM.


    We provide all necessary training so no fundraising or canvassing experience is required, although it is preferred for our Field Manager positions.


    CANDIDATES SHOULD:



    • Be awesome communicators

    • Be enthusiastic about public media

    • Want to make a difference in their communities

    • Be self-motivated and hard-working


    FIELD MANAGERS SHOULD:



    • Be great at motivating staff

    • Have a background in fundraising, sales, or community outreach

    • Be able to drive staff performance through their own performance in the field


    Compensation:




    • $13/hr base pay for Canvassers + Bonuses


    • $15/hr base pay for Field Managers + Bonuses

    • Our office averages $15-$24/hr


    Benefits: DDS places the highest value on the work our canvassers do. So we offer paid time off; health, vision,and dental coverage; and the option to join our company's 401k program.


    Bonuses for Drivers: Our drivers make up to $200 extra on every paycheck thanks to our generous mileage reimbursement.


    To Apply: Reply to this post, call our office at (214) 740-5406, or apply online at https://tinyurl.com/dds-kera


    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Commission


    Company Description

    Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media through grassroots, year-round field campaigns. As more organizations and non-profits compete for fundraising dollars, it is critical to take the initiative to get out and talk face-to-face with the citizens that fund the important work that public media does each and every day.


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    Job Description


    Canvass Directors help plan and implement a strategic field outreach campaign to fundraise for local PBS and NPR affiliates, to meet specific performance goals and client deliverables. Directors make executive decisions to create successful field offices by recruiting, training, and managing a team of canvassers and field managers to engage community members face-to-face to raise money and build membership for our clients at PBS and NPR.


    DDS campaigns are ongoing, providing directors a structured 40-hour work week as well as a comprehensive benefits package (healthcare, vision and dental opt in, 401K, and Paid Time Off). DDS is an independent fundraising organization that exclusively partners with PBS and NPR stations nationally.


    Essential Job Functions




    • Field Work – Canvass 2-4 days per week. Perform field training and regular in-field check-ins with all staff to foster their development and boost performance.


    • Recruitment – Anticipate and meet staffing requirements of the campaign to meet client deliverables. Conduct interviews and hire successful canvassers, complete all relevant paperwork for new hires.


    • Staff Management – Manage staff, field managers, and canvassers. Create and follow training plans. Hold staff accountable for working scheduled shifts, timeliness, meeting quota, professionalism, etc. Hold regular director and field manager meetings. Debrief and meet individually with staff on a regular basis. Ensure all staff follow all laws and company policies.


    • Office Culture – Create a professional, positive and goal oriented culture. Set and hold staff accountable to clear expectations. Develop a strong leadership team.


    • Client Relations – Provide clear, concise, and professional context on day-to-day operations. Assist in maintaining a strong and open partnership with the PBS and NPR station. Ensure you and your office present positive and professional representation of the station and of DDS.


    • Administration – Collect and analyze data from daily and weekly operations. Ensure maintenance, management and security of donor and organizational data. Administer roll-out of technological updates. Implement quality control and best practices in data collection, information gathering etc. Deposit fully accounted-for donations with the client each night. Execute loss prevention measures including confirmation calls and nightly donation evaluations.


    • Communication – Keep DDS personnel, primarily your project manager, but also others as needed abreast of situations arising in your office that may need company intervention. Alert human resources to issues or potential issues and report injuries and incidents.

    • Attend Director trainings across the country.

    • Other duties or projects as assigned by Project Managers.


    Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities



    • Prior canvassing, organizing, fundraising, and/or leadership experience.

    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office/Teams and cloud-based storage platforms, file & folder organization, etc.

    • Experience with Microsoft Excel, quantitative data analysis and reporting, and basic database navigation.

    • Strong interpersonal communication and leadership skills, formal writing, and strong telephone and email skills are required.

    • Demonstrate an ability to think critically, troubleshoot problems that arise regularly; attention to detail, office management/administrative experience, and basic accounting skills are required.

    • Organization skills; demonstrate an ability to work efficiently, multi-task, and delegate work as needed; must be an excellent time manager and keep a tight schedule.


    Environment & Physical Demands



    • Ability to canvass and/or to in-field check-ins, 5 hours walking outdoors, up to 4 days/week.

    • Ability to work within a professional office environment, interacting with the client.

    • Availability to work on Saturdays, some holidays, and other days as needed for the campaign.


    Pay


    • Directors are paid an hourly wage and are eligible to receive bonus when doing fundraising work in the field. Total bonus is uncapped, and with bonus included, your effectively hourly rate typically ranges from $17-24/hr.

     


    Company Description

    Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media through grassroots, year-round field campaigns. As more organizations and non-profits compete for fundraising dollars, it is critical to take the initiative to get out and talk face-to-face with the citizens that fund the important work that public media does each and every day.


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    Job Description


    Public Media Canvassers Wanted!


    Donor Development Strategies (DDS) and Wisconsin Public television and Radio (WPT and WPR) are looking for Canvassers to join our team and build community support for the PBS and NPR stations in your community!


    Requirements:



    • Enjoy talking to people

    • Interested in fundraising for a great cause

    • Value public media and community outreach

    • Ability to walk for 5+ hours outside every day

    • No experience required – we provide paid training


    Benefits and Pay:



    • $13/hr base pay with fundraising bonuses

    • Our staff average $15-$24/hr

    • PTO and sick pay provided

    • Subsidized healthcare/vision/dental

    • 401(k) with automatic employer contribution

    • Flexible scheduling

    • Bonuses for drivers


    Reply to this post and call our office at (608) 616-9370 to set up an interview!


    Company Description

    Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media through grassroots, year-round field campaigns. As more organizations and non-profits compete for fundraising dollars, it is critical to take the initiative to get out and talk face-to-face with the citizens that fund the important work that public media does each and every day.


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    Job Description


    Public Media Canvassers Wanted!


    Donor Development Strategies (DDS) and WGBH Public Media are looking for Canvassers to join our team and build community support for the PBS and NPR stations in your community!


    Requirements:



    • Enjoy talking to people

    • Interested in fundraising for a great cause

    • Value public media and community outreach

    • Ability to walk for 5+ hours outside every day

    • No experience required – we provide paid training


    Benefits and Pay:




    • $16/hr base pay for Canvassers + Bonuses


    • $17/hr base pay for Field Managers + Bonuses

    • Our office averages $18-$25/hr

    • PTO and sick pay provided

    • Subsidized healthcare/vision/dental

    • 401(k) with automatic employer contribution

    • Flexible scheduling

    • Bonuses for drivers


    To Apply: Submit your resume by replying to this post, calling the office at (617) 202-3570


    Company Description

    Donor Development Strategies (DDS) works with NPR & PBS stations across the nation to make an impact and support education, quality programming, and non-corporate media through grassroots, year-round field campaigns. As more organizations and non-profits compete for fundraising dollars, it is critical to take the initiative to get out and talk face-to-face with the citizens that fund the important work that public media does each and every day.


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    Job Description


     


    This position is responsible for reviewing, maintaining, and reporting accurate procurement data to support optimal organ and tissue donation outcomes, and to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements for organ and tissue services data. This position will assist with quality assurance reviews and the reporting of donation related outcomes to the appropriate transplant centers, tissue processors, external partners, regulatory bodies and accrediting bodies. Some of the key result areas of this position include:



    • Reviews donor charts (as assigned) for accuracy and completeness to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures.

    • Prepares and/or completes organization, department and/or processor reports to provide timely and accurate information.

    • Inputs and maintains required data entry into internal and/or external database systems to provide timely and accurate information to internal departments, regulatory bodies and/or Indiana Donor Network Leadership team


    Successful candidates will have Bachelor’s degree in applied science or related field; or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge is required. Experience with medical records is a preferred. Hospital-based healthcare experience (such as an RN/LPN) or organ and/or tissue procurement/certification experience is preferred. Previous medical records, QA, and clinical data coordination experience is preferred.


     


    Company Description

    At Indiana Donor Network, you’ll be part of something that matters. A mission that turns tragedies into hope and gives thousands a second chance to live their lives fully.

    Over the last 30 years, our mission has never wavered – saving and healing lives through organ, tissue and eye donation and transplantation. Come make history with the brightest, most passionate people working in every discipline.


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