Changing Lives Through Organ Donation
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Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network team members include professionals who coordinate organ recoveries, support families and individuals, provide education to hospital partners and the community, maintain quality assurance standards and oversee business operations.

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Guided by our mission, vision and brand, Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network is committed to employing and retaining staff that are Dedicated, Compassionate, Professional, Trustworthy and Ethical.  A career with Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network could be the most rewarding and inspirational work you’ll ever do.

As a hospital-based OPO, Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network is affiliated with the University of Rochester Medical Center.  Available job opportunities and applications for employment with Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network are accepted through the UR Office of Human Resources Department. To apply for a position through the UR Career site, you will need to create a “New User” account (if you don’t already have one).

To view full job descriptions for positions listed below:

  1. Click link on the job posting.  This should take you directly to the posting.
  2. If the link does not take you to the posting, it will direct you to the “Careers at the University of Rochester” page where you do the following:
    • Click “All Other Openings” under “Job Search” tab.
    • Enter the Job ID number for the position into the “Keyword/Posting Number” at the top of the Job Search page.

Current Available Positions:

Community Development Manager – Job ID 220624

EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

What It’s Like Being a Part of Our Team  

Joseph Carder, B.S., CPTC, Senior Organ Procurement Coordinator

“This job was a natural progression from saving lives and delivering babies as a Paramedic, to now saving lives through organ donation. I brought a lot of patients in to the hospital but never knew what could transpire if they didn’t survive. Then, I saw the hospital side of care for these patients and felt my niche was organ donation – helping families take that next step when making end-of-life decisions. To help coordinate the gift of life and also meet transplant recipients is truly a miracle. I have even made life long friends with families I have worked with. These are the reasons I am still here after 12 years and will continue to be until retirement.”

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