Independent Recovery Partners
Who we are
We are a non-profit organization primarily funded through the National Institutes of Health. We are highlighting our Private Donor Program, which represents a hands-on approach to helping families who wish to donate organs and tissue towards medical research. As a national organization, we work with donors and various Voluntary health organizations such as, but not limited to, the LAM treatment alliance, JDRF, ADA, and recovery partners across the country. We are working on expanding our network to better serve the families we help.
Who we are looking for
We are in need of, but not limited to: Pathologists, Pathologists’ assistants, Anatomists, Diener Services, Medical Examiners, Coroners, organ procurement and/or tissue recovery specialists or pathology residents capable of performing organ and tissue procurements for our private donor program. By becoming a recovery partner, you will be instrumental in helping families with the wish to donate and researchers who work to further understand diseases and disorders that ail the population and develop therapies and cures.
What we expect of you
As a part of our team, the independent recovery partner is expected to procure organs/tissues from donors based on their informed consent. All consents will be completed in accordance with UAGA guidelines. The recovery partner is expected to follow proper packaging and shipping procedures and completing necessary documentation on each recovery in compliance based on approved SOPs and in compliance with industry standards for tissue collection.
Why sign up
This is a per diem position, so it will not interfere with any fulltime commitments! We are flexible depending on your availability. This is a great learning opportunity and a way to help others. This position is an independent contractor position. Pay will vary on a per case basis depending on time, quantity and quality of work and travel time/distance.
How to sign up
Click on the link below for a recovery partner application.
Research Recovery Application.pdf
Submit this application to via mail, e-mail or fax. The correspondence address, e-mail address, and fax number are listed at the end of the application. Upon receipt, we will evaluate your qualifications for the position
If you have any additional questions, please e-mail the SourcingGroup@ndriresource.org.