Great Pay......they have to because of how they treat employees
Donation (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 20, 2015
Fantastic mission and work within the donation world.....Management is the worst you can imagine....the treatment of employees is deplorable.....CA labor laws broken every day.....ethical and moral values questionable..it is sad because of the amazing work it should be
Donor Allocation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 25, 2015
Great mission but a horrible place to work. The management lacks empathy or intelligible decision making. Staff is treated poorly and told to feel grateful. No growth at this job at all. They tend to hire college grads that do not have work experience and bank on them staying two years for the $20/hr pay until they can't take it anymore. Turn over rate is extremely high but quantity over quality is this companies them. I met some great co-workers, most of whom have left.
Pay is good for non-skilled college grad.
Limited pay-scale, no room for advancement, untrained management
FCS/ APTC (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 3, 2015
providing support to donor families such as: phone calls, post recovery outcomes and special events such as the Rose Parade float decoration, Donate Run Walk of Cal State Fullerton, and Donor Rememberance Ceremonies held every year.
TRANSPLANT COORDINATOR EMPLOYMENT (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 14, 2012
I was a donor transplant coordinator. My job included approaching families for donation, medically managing the patient, teaching nurses/medical students and physicians about organ donation. And speaking at community events and educating the public about organ donation.
met incredible families, worked with really fun people.