The following are required for all positions at ARORA: Cover letter, resume,
three professional references, salary requirement and history, Application for
Employment, and Disclosure and Consent are required for all positions at ARORA.

Application Packet 
ARORA Disclosure and Consent
(Incomplete submission will not be considered)

ARORA is a Drug Free Workplace

Mail all resumes and application to:
Attn: Human Resources
1701 Aldersgate Road
Suite 4
Little Rock, AR  72205
or email to

Family Services Aftercare Coordinator

At Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency we show kindness, are adaptable, we embrace forthright communication, and are dedicated in restoring lives. If you would like to be a part of our team, ARORA is currently searching for a full time Family Service Aftercare Coordinator (FSAC) based in Little Rock. FSAC is responsible for assisting in an aftercare system that supports Arkansas donor families through correspondence, support groups, memorial events and community outreach. The aftercare program provides supportive services to donor families and allows donor families to participate in aftercare and memorial events.

Primary duties include offering bereavement and emotional support to donor families in one-on-one interactions and in structured group settings, providing aftercare information to donor families, organizing donor family events and fundraisers, maintaining a donor family database, updating donor charts. This position is responsible for working with different vendors for events and materials, ordering appropriate supplies for aftercare program, and working with donor families and transplant recipients with specified aftercare tasks.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in conjunction with minimum two years social services, counseling or related field experience, required. Experience and/or education may substitute for one another.

Please use the information above to submit cover letter, resume, three professional references, salary requirement and history, disclosure and consent form, and completed application.

Medical Director

The Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency is seeking a Medical Director.  The responsibilities of the Medical Director are intended to support ARORA in achieving its mission of restoring lives through the recovery of organs and tissue in Arkansas.

The Medical Director is responsible for the oversight in all phases of:  clinical management of potential organ donors, surgical recovery of organs, compliance with organ allocation rules, organ preservation, and clinical oversite including tissue recovery.  The Medical Director reviews organ referrals to determine suitability/eligibility.

Additional responsibilities includes but is not limited to: training of ARORA Staff, consultation during donor cases, post-case review, inclusion of external medical experts, engagement of local medical professionals, and leadership in scientific research and development.  The Medical Director is responsible for compliance of legal and regulatory requirements, implementation and documentation of periodic evaluations of the organizational protocols for donor evaluation and management of organ recovery in addition to determination of donor suitability for donation and placement in high risk cases.

The Medical Director serves an advisory role to the Advisory Council and is an ex-officio member of the Governing Board of Directors and represents ARORA as needed at hospital related functions and public events.

Minimum Qualifications:  A Medical Doctor (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) with a current Arkansas license and current United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registration without restriction.  Five or more years of experience in: organ recovery and transplantation, or medical management of organ donors, or critical care.

Thorough knowledge of clinical laboratory standards and procedures. The ability to work effectively with a broad range of medical professionals.  Well-developed interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with all management, supervisors, and staff.  Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.  Proven ability to lead a team, coordinate internal and external resources, and achieve measurable results against goals.

Please submit cover letter, resume or curriculum vitae, and salary expectations to:
Attn:  Melanie Browning, Manager of Human Resources
1701 Aldersgate Rd.
Suite 4
Little Rock, AR  72205

Family Resource Coordinator 

ARORA is seeking a full time and two part time Family Resource Coordinators based in Little Rock. The primary functions of these positions will be to provide information, over a recorded telephone line, about tissue donation to potential donor families.

Qualified applicants should be well-organized self-starters with the ability to work independently.

Available positions one full-time and two part-time; 12 hour shifts, nights and weekends probable.

Minimum Qualifications:  High School diploma or equivalent required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to multitask.

Preferred Qualifications: LPN, CTBS, EMT, BS, Medical terminology, typing skills, and customer service experience.

Please submit cover letter, resume, three professional references, salary requirement and history, and completed application packet.