Accounting Coordinator, Full-Time Remote

Advancing Sight Network seeks an Accounting Coordinator in a Full-Time, Remote role. Salary range: $19.50 – $21.50 per hour.

At Advancing Sight Network, our mission is restoring sight. Successful candidates at Advancing Sight Network exhibit a strong commitment to teamwork and a desire to practice integrity and excellence in their work. Every team member impacts the people we serve, helping to give the profound gift of sight to those who cannot see.

Advancing Sight Network seeks a detail-oriented individual interested in making a life-changing difference in the lives of others.  The Accounting Coordinator supports accounting operations and general administration to ensure the efficient business operations of Advancing Sight Network (ASN).  The position is remote, but applicants should reside within driving distance of one of our network offices for occasional in-person meetings. ASN values personal and professional growth, offering opportunities for employees to expand their skills and advance within the organization.  All responsibilities should be performed within the scope of ASN’s mission and values.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Asset Management: Update inventory lists, assign control numbers to new equipment/furniture, and correlate invoices with purchased items across all ASN offices.
  • Invoicing: Prepare and itemize services for invoices, including those for Medicare.
  • Accounting Software: Generate and push invoices to our accounting software.
  • Account Management: Process new account applications and maintain account information.
  • Payment Processing: Process customer credit card payments and record daily payments received.
  • Accounts Receivable: Follow up on past-due invoices and prepare monthly account statements.
  • Reporting: Generate weekly and monthly financial reports.

Qualifications:

  • Education:  Associate’s degree in Accounting or related field preferred; equivalent work experience will be considered.
  • Experience:  1-3 years accounting experience is preferred, but recent graduates with relevant coursework or internships are encouraged to apply.
  • Technical Skills:
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, especially Excel.
    • Experience with accounting software; QuickBooks Online is preferred.
    • Familiarity with internet and web-based applications.
  • Accounting Knowledge: Strong understanding of fundamental accounting principles and asset management.
  • Organizational Skills: Excellent organizational and analytical abilities with high attention to detail.
  • Adaptability: Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and adapt to changing job requirements.
  • Interpersonal Skills:
    • Ability to interact professionally at all organizational levels.
    • Capacity to work independently and as part of a team.
    • High degree of accuracy and confidentiality in work.

Additional Notes:

The job description outlines essential duties and qualifications but is not exhaustive.  At the discretion of the President/CEO or Chief Administrative Officer, duties may be adjusted to meet organizational needs and enhance operational efficiency.

To apply: Please return the completed application of employment to hr@advancingsight.org.

 

Recovery Technician, Full-Time or Part-Time – Birmingham

Recovery Technician—Full-Time or Part-Time, All Shifts Available—Advancing Sight Network—Birmingham, AL

Advancing Sight Network seeks a detail-oriented individual interested in making a life-changing difference in the lives of others.

At  Advancing Sight Network, our mission is restoring sight. Successful candidates at Advancing Sight Network exhibit a strong commitment to teamwork and a desire to practice integrity and excellence in their work. Every team member impacts the people we serve, helping to give the profound gift of sight to those who cannot see.

A Recovery Technician at Advancing Sight Network is responsible for the surgical recovery of safe and viable eye tissue to be used in transplants, research, and education. A Recovery Technician is an integral part of our work to restore sight.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Surgical recovery of transplant and research donor tissue.
  • Review of donor medical charts.
  • Packaging and shipping eye tissue.
  • Performing minimal laboratory duties as necessary.

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated professional with these qualifications:

  • Prior medical experience or life sciences education is preferred.
  • Ability to interface with peers and hospital personnel.
  • Ability to work on-call shifts during holidays, weekends, and nights.
  • A valid driver’s license.

To apply: Please return the completed application of employment to hr@advancingsight.org.

 

Donor Services Coordinator 1, Full-Time- Metairie, LA

Donor Services Coordinator I—Full-Time—Metairie, Louisiana
[Night Shift, 12-hour shifts, 3-4 days per week]
Starting Pay: $17.50 per hour, eligible for overtime

Note: This is a remote position.

Advancing Sight Network seeks an energetic, innovative, and compassionate individual to join our team as a full-time Donor Services Coordinator I. At Advancing Sight Network, our mission is restoring sight.

Donor Services Coordinators work to facilitate eye donation used for transplants and research in the United States and around the world. Donor Services Coordinators screen potential donors with local healthcare agencies, contact donor families and conduct medical and social history interviews while coordinating with hospitals, funeral homes, and surgical recovery personnel. Excellent communication skills, empathy, and advocacy for donation are required.

A successful candidate at Advancing Sight Network will exhibit a strong commitment to teamwork and a desire to practice integrity and excellence in their work.  Every team member impacts the people we serve, helping to give the profound gift of sight. The full-time Donor Services Coordinator is an integral part of our work to bring hope and healing.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Intake and screening of potential donors from the local organ agency.
  • Speaking with families about potential opportunities for eye donation.
  • Completing necessary paperwork with families who agree to donate.
  • Coordinating logistics of donation recovery with internal and external contacts.

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated professional with these qualifications:

  • Motivated to excel and meet goals.
  • Ability to interface with peers and hospital personnel.
  • Excellent telephone, communication, and customer service skills.
  • Basic knowledge of pharmacology/medical terminology.
  • Basic knowledge of patient confidentiality laws.
  • Counseling experience and/or medical experience preferred.
  • A minimum of one year of customer service experience is preferred.

To apply: Please complete our employment application and send to hr@advancingsight.org.

 

Donor Services Coordinator 1, Full-Time- Birmingham, AL

Donor Services Coordinator I—Full-Time—Birmingham, Alabama
[Day Shift and/or Night Shift, 10–13-hour shifts are typical, 3-4 days per week]
Starting Pay: $18.27 per hour, eligible for overtime

Note: During training, new hires will work in the office. When training is complete, employees in this position have the option to work in a hybrid or remote setting. For non-local hires, the position will be entirely remote following training.

Advancing Sight Network seeks an energetic, innovative, and compassionate individual to join our team as a full-time Donor Services Coordinator I. At Advancing Sight Network, our mission is restoring sight.

Donor Services Coordinators work to facilitate organ, eye, and tissue donation used for transplants and research in the United States and around the world. Donor Services Coordinators contact donor families and conduct medical and social history interviews while coordinating with hospitals, funeral homes, and surgical recovery personnel. Excellent communication skills, empathy, and advocacy for donation are required.

A successful candidate at Advancing Sight Network will exhibit a strong commitment to teamwork and a desire to practice integrity and excellence in their work.  Every team member impacts the people we serve helping to give the profound gift of life and sight. The full-time Donor Services Coordinator is an integral part of our work to bring hope and healing.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Speaking with families about potential opportunities for eye and tissue donation.
  • Completing necessary paperwork with families who agree to donate.
  • Coordinating logistics of donation recovery with internal and external contacts.

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated professional with these qualifications

  • Motivated to excel and meet goals.
  • Ability to interface with peers and hospital personnel.
  • Excellent telephone, communication, and customer service skills.
  • Basic knowledge of pharmacology/medical terminology.
  • Basic knowledge of patient confidentiality laws.
  • Counseling experience preferred.
  • A minimum of one year of customer service experience is preferred.

To apply: Please complete our employment application and send to hr@advancingsight.org.

 

Medical Chart Review, Full-Time- Birmingham, AL

Advancing Sight Network exhibit a strong commitment to teamwork and a desire to practice integrity and excellence in their work. Every team member impacts the people we serve, helping to give the profound gift of sight to those who cannot see.

Advancing Sight Network seeks a detail-oriented individual interested in making a life-changing difference in the lives of others.

An employee focused on Medical Chart Review at Advancing Sight Network is an integral part of our work to restore sight. This employee is responsible for conducting medical chart reviews of potentially transplantable donors, as well as performing quality assurance functions while maintaining regulatory compliance.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in answering donor eligibility questions according to ASN’s standard operating procedures (SOPs), and EBAA and FDA guidelines.
  • Determine donor eligibility.
  • Coordinate donor eligibility follow-up.
  • Discuss needed chart follow-up with colleagues working on Medical Chart Review.
  • Coordinate and follow up on the donor risk assessment interview questionnaire, autopsy reports, and medical records.
  • Remain current with donor eligibility requirements as outlined in Advancing Sight Network’s SOPs, and with EBAA and FDA guidelines.
  • Perform donor file status reviews to ensure all pertinent information has been included.

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated professional with these qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred.
  • Ability to interact with peers and hospital personnel on assignments.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Detail oriented.
  • Ability to multi-task.

 

To apply: Please complete our employment application and send to hr@advancingsight.org.

 

Recovery Coordinator (Full-Time, Night Shift Preferred) Mississippi Lions Eye Bank-Flowood, Mississippi

Advancing Sight Network seeks a detail-oriented individual interested in making a life-changing difference in the lives of others. The employee in this position will primarily work the night shift.

At Advancing Sight Network, our mission is restoring sight. Successful candidates at Advancing Sight Network exhibit a strong commitment to teamwork and a desire to practice integrity and excellence in their work. Every team member impacts the people we serve, helping to give the profound gift of sight to those who cannot see.

A Recovery Technician at Advancing Sight Network is an integral part of our work to restore sight and is responsible for the surgical recovery of safe and viable eye tissue to be used in transplants, research, and education.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Surgical recovery of transplant and research donor tissue.
  • Review of donor medical charts.
  • Packaging and shipping eye tissue.
  • Performing minimal laboratory duties as necessary.

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated professional with these qualifications:

    • Prior medical experience or life sciences education is preferred.
    • Ability to interface with peers and hospital personnel.
    • Ability to work on-call shifts during holidays, weekends, and nights.
    • A valid driver’s license.

To apply: Please return the completed application employment to hr@advancingsight.org.

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