MORA Seeks Chief Clinical Officer

July 7, 2022

Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency is an innovative center of excellence that maximizes the gift of organ, tissue and eye donation. The Chief Clinical Officer for our agency will be responsible for providing leadership and oversight to the departments that provide excellent customer service at all times to ensure all organ and tissue donor potential is maximized. This individual is responsible for providing leadership and support, including but not limited to our organ and tissue recovery services, family care, hospital development and facilities management. Over the last two years, we have seen a significant increase in organ donation and organs transplanted. In addition, our tissue donation rate has also experienced growth.

The Chief Clinical Officer establishes, implements, directs, and evaluates our statewide multi-organ and tissue recovery services with the following goals: 1) to maximize organ procurement and utilization through donor identification, evaluation, management, procurement procedures, and allocation for the purposes of transplant and research; 2) to maximize organ and tissue procurement through hospital and physician education as well as family advocacy and support. The Chief Clinical Officer is a member of the Senior Executive and Leadership Teams.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Preferred Education: Master’s degree
  • Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in Health Science or Health Related field of Study
  • Five years of experience working in organ or tissue procurement with significant knowledge of organ and tissue donation
  • Education and leadership experience may partially substitute for experience requirement
  • Prior leadership and staff management required in a healthcare organization

If you have the desire and drive to be part of a growing organization that has set its sights on excellence,

please email your resume to employment@msora.org.