LOPA provides an unwavering commitment to excellence through dedication, compassion, integrity, self-responsibility, and courage.
We like to consider LOPA an "employer of choice.” Each day we receive multiple unsolicited resumes for employment. We consider this proof that we are successful at maintaining a workplace that is positive, productive, engaging, and rewarding. We provide our employees an Employee Assistance Program to assist them in keeping a healthy and positive state of well being. We strongly value diversity, safety, and family.
We treat our employees with respect and ensure equal opportunities and dignity at work. We value diversity in all aspects of employment. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment, retaliation, discrimination, and violence in the workplace.
We value the safety of our employees. We maintain an alcohol and drug free workplace. We train our employees annually on safety regulations and guidelines. We have a safety officer on staff that is well versed in the regulations of OSHA.
We believe in family. Our employees are provided with a generous paid time off policy, flexible schedules, paid holidays, and a casual work environment that welcomes children. We do what we can to ensure that family comes first at LOPA.
We invite you to explore the career opportunities that LOPA has to offer. If you are interested in joining team LOPA, please forward your resume and cover letter by clicking here.
Now accepting applications for the following positions within LOPA.
Family Advocate I - Full time/Metairie - Family Advocate (FA) staff will aid families and hospital staff to understand the donor process. Support donor families through grief process so they feel supported in end of life decisions. Family Advocates are specialized in the consent process and should have an overall consent rate of 65%. Utilizes discretion and sensitivity with respect to the circumstances, views and beliefs of others in all interactions, including donor families.
OR Coordinator I - Full time/New Orleans/Covington - Responsible for the coordination of the organ donation process during the recovery of organs for transplantation and research. A trained surgical technician who serves as member of the organ recovery team. Participates with hospital development and professional/public education programs using a team approach. Develops and maintains a positive professional liaison between LOPA and the medical/civic community. Utilizes discretion and sensitivity with respect to the circumstances, views and beliefs of others in all interactions, including donor families.