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Trillium Gift of Life Network (TGLN) is an agency of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care responsible for the coordination of organ and tissue donation and transplantation in Ontario. Our mandate includes increasing public awareness of the importance of organ and tissue donation, education of health care professionals, and ensuring a safe and effective donation and transplant system in Ontario. Working collaboratively with our stakeholders and fostering organizational and individual growth, we value honesty, trust, respect and compassion.

We need talented staff with special skills and a strong commitment to help us continue to save and enhance lives through the gift of organ and tissue donation and transplantation in Ontario.  This is your chance to be part of a team where you can really make a difference. Join us and help save lives.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations in the recruitment and selection process for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. Please advise Human Resources if you are contacted for an interview/testing, so that a suitable accommodation can be arranged. (In compliance with AODA, 2005, Integrated Accessibility Standards 2011, Employment Standards). If you require assistance in completing a job application due to a disability, please let us know at accessibility@giftoflife.on.ca

Please see a list of our current opportunities below.

TGLN is seeking a seasoned professional Organ and Tissue Donation Coordinator (OTDC) with a history of excellence in clinical practice who thrives on making a difference. The incumbent will report directly to the Manager, Hospital Programs.This exciting opportunity will allow you to guide each step of the donation process including donor identification through referral indicators, donor suitability assessment, declaration, approach and consent with families, to the medical donor management optimizing organ yield for recipient transplantation. This is a one year contract position.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Conduct clinical assessment, clinical evaluation and clinical/medical management of the potential donor in a manner consistent with established guidelines, as well as interacting with the hospital staff to set-up the family approach process.
  • Supports the health care team by requesting resources for tests or procedures required to determine medical suitability as requested by the transplant team.
  • Recovers past medical history from multiple sources, Health Records, Family Doctor, previous admissions to other hospital sites as part of the extensive assessment for exceptional distribution release of organs for transplantation.
  • Negotiates OR resources to support the donor organ recovery surgery.
  • Identifies issues for follow-up and quality control and adherence to Health Canada directives, ensuring the safety of the organ and tissue supply.
  • Work a combination of 8 and 12 hour shifts, including on-call shifts within Hamilton and the surrounding area.
  • Participation in a 24-hour call rotation.
  • Performs other duties consistent with role profile, as required.

Qualifications & Experience: 

  • Nursing Diploma and/or Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Master’s level preparation an asset.
  • Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario is required.
  • Minimum four (4) years critical care and/or relevant organ and tissue donation experience an asset.
  • Compassionate, dedicated; demonstrates professional leadership skills.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Self-directed and able to function collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team.
  • Demonstrates sensitivity to spiritual, cultural and other relevant contexts of care.
  • Formal and informal educational programming experience is a definite asset.
  • Demonstrates ability to effectively work collaboratively with both clinical and non-clinical stakeholders at multiple levels.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
  • Proficient in Microsoft applications.
  • Valid G driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle is required.

To Apply: 

TGLN offers a competitive salary. Please submit your application online referencing competition #2017-42 by May 15, 2017. To apply, please click here. Should you be contacted by TGLN, the initial communication will be sent via email. Please ensure that you provide an accessible email address with your submission.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants considered for this posting will be contacted.

TGLN is currently seeking a highly motivated Quality Chart Reviewer.  Reporting directly to the Director, Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement, the position is responsible for ensuring adherence and improvements to TGLN clinical processes through a comprehensive review of medical charts and the compilation of data to prompt potential quality improvement initiatives.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Uses established TGLN quality tools, such as the Donor Chart Audit Tool, performs organ and tissue medical chart audits to ensure charts meet TGLN criteria or AATB / Health Canada regulations.
  • Reviews charts to ensure TGLN standards have been met and internal documentation was completed.
  • Provides feedback to staff regarding any identified issues, and collaborates with staff to resolve/confirm/correct the issues through education/clarification of standards.
  • Communicates changes to affected stakeholders in the event of any chart corrections/changes, ensuring any changes to documents are understood and provides additional follow-up with individuals as required; determines if follow up should be escalated to Director, Quality Assurance & Improvement by assessing risk/nature of change.
  • Determines if a chart can be closed based upon established TGLN, AATB and Health Canada criteria.
  • Reviews donor charts for trends, gathers statistics and generates reports using graphical tools.
  • Presents findings from the chart audits to the Quality team/ clinical managers as appropriate for follow-up actions.
  • Compiles information from other documentation/ process reviews completed as requested by the Director, Quality Assurance & Improvement.
  • Develops communication materials to present to staff related to chart reviews.
  • Participates in improvement projects that results in chart auditing and chart analysis processes conducted; may work independently or as part of a team to resolve process problems or implement process improvements or provide additional data as required
  • Works collaboratively with clinical management to identify  any clinical opportunities for improvement
  • Performs other duties as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • University degree in sciences or related field, or a Diploma in medical office administration and records and related medical chart work experience.
  • Minimum two (2) years of experience in the health care, laboratory, medical device or pharmaceutical field.
  • Demonstrated expertise and understanding of medical charts and terminology.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate verbally and in writing and explain clinical process requirements to clinical staff.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • Experience using statistical analysis.
  • General computer usage skills; word processing and electronic forms usage are required in addition to utilizing TGLN software applications.

To Apply:

TGLN offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Please submit your application online referencing competition #2017-41 by May 2, 2017. To apply, please click here. Should you be contacted by TGLN, the initial communication will be sent via email. Please ensure that you provide an accessible email address with your submission.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those considered for this position will be contacted.

The Software Quality Assurance Analyst plays a key role in the Application Development team and is responsible for creating an end-to-end test plan which includes executing the plan and managing all activities in the plan to ensure that all objectives are met and that the solution functions as expected. The incumbent will make certain testing is well defined, planned and executed by ensuring that every phase and feature of the software solution is tested and that any potential issues are identified and corrected before the product goes live.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Creation, preparation, and implementation of systems quality assurance reviews and the development and execution of test plans and test scripts.
  • Interacts with users to share information and clarify instructions.
  • Creates basic to moderately complex test plans using templates and guidelines, working with more experienced analysts to assist in test strategy development.
  • Creates basic test cases and test scripts, performing simple to moderately complex test data conditioning, regression testing and testing validation.
  • Logs, tracks and verifies resolution of specific defects.
  • Documents all phases of the Systems Quality Assurance process.
  • Meets with internal resources to understand needs with respect to requirements for defect management.
  • Meets with internal resources to understand project needs with respect to performance and load testing; creating appropriate strategies and plans to meet the needs as part of the Quality Assurance team to execute the test.
  • Performs other duties consistent with role profile, as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • University degree in Computer Science, Business, Engineering, or similar professional discipline.
  • A minimum of three (3) years’ of testing experience contributing to the success of a range of small-to-medium projects with increasing levels of complexity and business criticality.
  • Experience with a wide range of testing strategies including scripting and automated test tools.
  • Familiarity with different phases of the System Development Life Cycle and Testing Methodologies.
  • Experience working with Microsoft Office (including MS Project), and various testing tools, such as, HP Quality Centre.
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities and unforeseen requests.
  • Proven interpersonal, analytical, attention to detail and creative problem-solving skills.
  • Basic understanding of web technologies such as, HTML/XML, JavaScript, CSS, SQL, Web Services, C#, Java, etc.
  • Strong customer focus, excellent communication, and self-motivation skills.

To Apply:

TGLN offers a competitive salary. Please submit your application online referencing competition #2017-36 by April 21, 2017. To apply, please click here. Should you be contacted by TGLN, the initial communication will be sent via email. Please ensure that you provide an accessible email address with your submission.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants considered for this posting will be contacted.

TGLN is currently seeking a Tissue Recovery Coordinator (TRC) for the Eastern region.  Reporting directly to the Manager, Tissue Recovery, this position shall be responsible for providing professional services in a manner that is consistent with the mission and values of TGLN.  The Tissue Recovery Coordinator is passionate about tissue and organ donation and is dedicated to achieving optimal outcomes in the donation process through effective collaboration with the health care team, donation coordinators and surgical recovery teams in the field. 

This position involves travel throughout the Eastern region for the surgical recovery of eyes. The Tissue Recovery Coordinator role offers the opportunity to develop expertise in the surgical recovery phase of the tissue donation process.  Specifically, the incumbent will be responsible for:

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Performs the surgical recovery of eye tissue (in-situ and whole globe) from deceased individuals, packages and transports tissues in accordance with TGLN and Health Canada standards using aseptic technique.
  • Coordinates the tissue recovery process, which includes assessing the medical suitability of potential tissue donors in collaboration with members of the TGLN team.
  • Performs the screening, evaluation, packaging and transportation of human tissue in accordance with TGLN standards.
  • Performs technical duties in support of the recovery such as medical chart review, blood draw and physical examination of the deceased, prepares related supplies, equipment and surgical equipment, as well as other technical responsibilities.
  • Works closely with TGLN’s Provincial Resource Centre and local healthcare professionals throughout the process with respect to required information and support.  
  • Ensures that all documentation is recorded accurately and completely. Reviews documentation to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance with established processes.
  • Conducts timely transportation and delivery of tissues and blood samples to designated destinations.
  • Maintains equipment and supplies.
  • Assists with projects, and development of processes and documentation.
  • Performs quality control functions related to the role.
  • Performs other duties consistent with the role, as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • University degree or college diploma in health sciences, nursing (RPN), biological sciences or a recognized equivalent is required. 
  • In depth knowledge of biological and health sciences as well as quality assurance and aseptic technique is preferred.    
  • Working experience in a health sciences environment specifically in organ and tissue donation, tissue recovery and processing, or clinical laboratory medical setting is preferred.
  • Certification in eye or tissue banking, blood banking or laboratory technology is an asset.
  • Ability to maintain and protect patient confidentiality at all times demonstrating use of discretion and sound judgment.
  • Highly motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
  • Ability to handle the physical and emotional demands of the position.
  • Good hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and surgical conscience are required.
  • Strong command of the English language is essential coupled with superior written and oral communication skills as the incumbent must be able to clearly convey information in person, over the telephone and in documentation. 
  • Professional and service oriented attitude that demonstrates tact and diplomacy.
  • Effective problem solving skills are essential with the ability to work effectively with all stakeholders involved in the donation process.
  • A valid class G driver's license without restrictions and reliable vehicle is required.
  • Ability to work a variety of 12 hour shifts is required.
  • Ability to travel throughout the Ottawa region on each shift as needed is required.

To Apply:

TGLN offers a competitive salary. Please apply to Human Resources, Trillium Gift of Life Network referencing competition #2016-33 by Fax: 416-214-7807 or E-mail: human_resources@giftoflife.on.ca.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants considered for this posting will be contacted.

TGLN is seeking a seasoned professional Organ and Tissue Donation Coordinator (OTDC) with a history of excellence in clinical practice who thrives on making a difference. The incumbent will report directly to the Manager, Hospital Programs.This exciting opportunity will allow you to guide each step of the donation process including donor identification through referral indicators, donor suitability assessment, declaration, approach and consent with families, to the medical donor management optimizing organ yield for recipient transplantation.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Conduct clinical assessment, clinical evaluation and clinical/medical management of the potential donor in a manner consistent with established guidelines, as well as interacting with the hospital staff to set-up the family approach process.
  • Establishes collaborative approach plans with health care providers (HCP) to enable every potential donor's family has the opportunity to donate lifesaving organs and tissues for transplantation.
  • Facilitates ongoing communication with the health care team as required and provides regular updates on the donation process as desired by the donor family.
  • Supports the health care team by requesting resources for tests or procedures required to determine medical suitability as requested by the transplant team.
  • Recovers past medical history from multiple sources, Health Records, Family Doctor, previous admissions to other hospital sites as part of the extensive assessment for exceptional distribution release of organs for transplantation.
  • Negotiates OR resources to support the donor organ recovery surgery.
  • Identifies issues for follow-up and quality control and adherence to Health Canada directives, ensuring the safety of the organ and tissue supply.
  • Work a variety of shifts, including on-call shifts with travel within Near North and the surrounding area.
  • Participation in a 24-hour call rotation.
  • Performs other duties consistent with role profile, as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Nursing Diploma and/or Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Master’s level preparation an asset.
  • Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario is required.
  • Minimum four (4) years critical care and/or relevant organ and tissue donation experience an asset.
  • Compassionate, dedicated; demonstrates professional leadership skills.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Self-directed and able to function collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team.
  • Demonstrates sensitivity to spiritual, cultural and other relevant contexts of care.
  • Formal and informal educational programming experience is a definite asset.
  • Demonstrates ability to effectively work collaboratively with both clinical and non-clinical stakeholders at multiple levels.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
  • Proficient in Microsoft applications.
  • Valid G driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle is required.

To Apply:

TGLN offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Please apply to Human Resources, Trillium Gift of Life Network referencing competition #2017-18 by Fax: 416-214-7807 or E-mail: human_resources@giftoflife.on.ca.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants considered for this posting will be contacted.

TGLN is seeking a seasoned professional Organ and Tissue Donation Coordinator (OTDC) with a history of excellence in clinical practice who thrives on making a difference. The incumbent will report directly to the Manager, Hospital Programs.This exciting opportunity will allow you to guide each step of the donation process including donor identification through referral indicators, donor suitability assessment, declaration, approach and consent with families, to the medical donor management optimizing organ yield for recipient transplantation.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Conduct clinical assessment, clinical evaluation and clinical/medical management of the potential donor in a manner consistent with established guidelines, as well as interacting with the hospital staff to set-up the family approach process.
  • Establishes collaborative approach plans with health care providers (HCP) to enable every potential donor's family has the opportunity to donate lifesaving organs and tissues for transplantation.
  • Facilitates ongoing communication with the health care team as required and provides regular updates on the donation process as desired by the donor family.
  • Supports the health care team by requesting resources for tests or procedures required to determine medical suitability as requested by the transplant team.
  • Recovers past medical history from multiple sources, Health Records, Family Doctor, previous admissions to other hospital sites as part of the extensive assessment for exceptional distribution release of organs for transplantation.
  • Negotiates OR resources to support the donor organ recovery surgery.
  • Identifies issues for follow-up and quality control and adherence to Health Canada directives, ensuring the safety of the organ and tissue supply.
  • Work a variety of shifts, including on-call shifts with travel within GTA and the surrounding area.
  • Participation in a 24-hour call rotation.
  • Performs other duties consistent with role profile, as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Nursing Diploma and/or Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Master’s level preparation an asset.
  • Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario is required.
  • Minimum four (4) years critical care and/or relevant organ and tissue donation experience an asset.
  • Compassionate, dedicated; demonstrates professional leadership skills.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Self-directed and able to function collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team.
  • Demonstrates sensitivity to spiritual, cultural and other relevant contexts of care.
  • Formal and informal educational programming experience is a definite asset.
  • Demonstrates ability to effectively work collaboratively with both clinical and non-clinical stakeholders at multiple levels.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
  • Proficient in Microsoft applications.
  • Valid G driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle is required.

To Apply:

TGLN offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Please apply to Human Resources, Trillium Gift of Life Network referencing competition #2017-02 by Fax: 416-214-7807 or E-mail: human_resources@giftoflife.on.ca. Please state salary expectations in cover letter.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants considered for this posting will be contacted.

TGLN is currently seeking a Tissue Recovery Coordinator (TRC) for the GTA region. Reporting directly to the Manager, Provincial Resource Centre – Tissue, this position shall be responsible for providing professional services in a manner that is consistent with the mission and values of TGLN. The Tissue Recovery Coordinator is passionate about tissue and organ donation and is dedicated to achieving optimal outcomes in the donation process through effective collaboration with the health care team, donation coordinators and surgical recovery teams in the field.

This position is based out of the Provincial Resource Centre downtown Toronto and involves travel throughout the GTA for surgical recovery of eyes. The Tissue Recovery Coordinator role offers the opportunity to develop expertise in the surgical recovery phase of the tissue donation process. Specifically, the incumbent will be responsible for:

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Performs the surgical recovery of eye tissue (in-situ and whole globe) from deceased individuals, packages and transports tissues in accordance with TGLN and Health Canada standards using aseptic technique.
  • Coordinates the tissue recovery process, which includes assessing the medical suitability of potential tissue donors in collaboration with members of the TGLN team.
  • Performs the screening, evaluation, packaging and transportation of human tissue in accordance with TGLN standards.
  • Performs technical duties in support of the recovery such as medical chart review, blood draw and physical examination of the deceased, prepares related supplies, equipment and surgical equipment, as well as other technical responsibilities.
  • Works closely with TGLN’s Provincial Resource Centre and local healthcare professionals throughout the process with respect to required information and support.  
  • Ensures that all documentation is recorded accurately and completely. Reviews documentation to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance with established processes.
  • Conducts timely transportation and delivery of tissues and blood samples to designated destinations.
  • Maintains equipment and supplies.
  • Assists with projects, and development of processes and documentation.
  • Performs quality control functions related to the role.
  • Performs other duties consistent with the role, as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • University degree or college diploma in health sciences, nursing (RPN), biological sciences or a recognized equivalent is required.
  • In depth knowledge of biological and health sciences as well as quality assurance and aseptic technique is preferred.    
  • Working experience in a health sciences environment specifically in organ and tissue donation, tissue recovery and processing, or clinical laboratory medical setting is preferred.
  • Certification in eye or tissue banking, blood banking or laboratory technology is an asset.
  • Ability to maintain and protect patient confidentiality at all times demonstrating use of discretion and sound judgment.
  • Highly motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
  • Ability to handle the physical and emotional demands of the position.
  • Good hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and surgical conscience are required.
  • Strong command of the English language is essential coupled with superior written and oral communication skills as the incumbent must be able to clearly convey information in person, over the telephone and in documentation.
  • Professional and service oriented attitude that demonstrates tact and diplomacy.
  • Effective problem solving skills are essential with the ability to work effectively with all stakeholders involved in the donation process.
  • A valid class G driver's license without restrictions and reliable vehicle is required.
  • Ability to work a variety of 12 hour shifts is required.
  • Ability to travel throughout the GTA on each shift as needed is required.

To Apply:

TGLN offers a competitive salary. Please apply to Human Resources, Trillium Gift of Life Network referencing competition #TRC-CH-CP at 522 University Avenue, Suite 900, Toronto ON M5G 1W7. Fax: 416-214-7807. E-mail: human_resources@giftoflife.on.ca. Please state salary expectations in cover letter.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.


Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants considered for this posting will be contacted.

TGLN is currently seeking a Tissue Recovery Coordinator (TRC) for the Southwest region.  Reporting directly to the Manager, Provincial Resource Centre – Tissue, this position shall be responsible for providing professional services in a manner that is consistent with the mission and values of TGLN.  The Tissue Recovery Coordinator is passionate about tissue and organ donation and is dedicated to achieving optimal outcomes in the donation process through effective collaboration with the health care team, donation coordinators and surgical recovery teams in the field. 

This position involves travel throughout the Southwest region for the surgical recovery of eyes. The Tissue Recovery Coordinator role offers the opportunity to develop expertise in the surgical recovery phase of the tissue donation process.  Specifically, the incumbent will be responsible for:

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Performs the surgical recovery of eye tissue (in-situ and whole globe) from deceased individuals, packages and transports tissues in accordance with TGLN and Health Canada standards using aseptic technique.
  • Coordinates the tissue recovery process, which includes assessing the medical suitability of potential tissue donors in collaboration with members of the TGLN team.
  • Performs the screening, evaluation, packaging and transportation of human tissue in accordance with TGLN standards.
  • Performs technical duties in support of the recovery such as medical chart review, blood draw and physical examination of the deceased, prepares related supplies, equipment and surgical equipment, as well as other technical responsibilities.
  • Works closely with TGLN’s Provincial Resource Centre and local healthcare professionals throughout the process with respect to required information and support.  
  • Ensures that all documentation is recorded accurately and completely. Reviews documentation to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance with established processes.
  • Conducts timely transportation and delivery of tissues and blood samples to designated destinations.
  • Maintains equipment and supplies.
  • Assists with projects, and development of processes and documentation.
  • Performs quality control functions related to the role.
  • Performs other duties consistent with the role, as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • University degree or college diploma in health sciences, nursing (RPN), biological sciences or a recognized equivalent is required. 
  • In depth knowledge of biological and health sciences as well as quality assurance and aseptic technique is preferred.    
  • Working experience in a health sciences environment specifically in organ and tissue donation, tissue recovery and processing, or clinical laboratory medical setting is preferred.
  • Certification in eye or tissue banking, blood banking or laboratory technology is an asset.
  • Ability to maintain and protect patient confidentiality at all times demonstrating use of discretion and sound judgment.
  • Highly motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
  • Ability to handle the physical and emotional demands of the position.
  • Good hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and surgical conscience are required.
  • Strong command of the English language is essential coupled with superior written and oral communication skills as the incumbent must be able to clearly convey information in person, over the telephone and in documentation. 
  • Professional and service oriented attitude that demonstrates tact and diplomacy.
  • Effective problem solving skills are essential with the ability to work effectively with all stakeholders involved in the donation process.
  • A valid class G driver's license without restrictions and reliable vehicle is required.
  • Ability to work a variety of 12 hour shifts is required.
  • Ability to travel throughout the London region on each shift as needed is required.

To Apply:

TGLN offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Please apply to Human Resources, Trillium Gift of Life Network referencing competition #TRC-SW-CH-CP by Fax: 416-214-7807 or E-mail: human_resources@giftoflife.on.ca. Please state salary expectations in cover letter.

Trillium Gift of Life Network is committed to providing accommodations for job applicants with disabilities.  If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Trillium Gift of Life Network thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants considered for this posting will be contacted.

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