Houston Recruiting Mixer - August 2017
Want to learn more about LifeGift career opportunities? Pre-apply by filling out our profile sheet, and if you’ve got what we’re looking for, we’ll send you an invitation to our recruiting mixer. Please send completed profile sheets to Shasta Warren at email@example.com.
Wednesday, Aug. 23
2510 Westridge Street
Houston, Texas 77054
Why should you choose LifeGift?
By choosing a career with LifeGift, you will surround yourself with individuals who have three things in common: passion, compassion and professionalism. LifeGift offers competitive salary packages, a wide array of benefits and the opportunity to be part of a dynamic industry that saves lives and restores families. Interested in joining our team?
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At LifeGift, it’s the passionate, compassionate, professional people who make all the difference. Everyone, regardless of their role, plays a part in offering hope to the community. Our Code of Excellence emphasizes 10 key areas across all offices and departments:
- Conflict of Interest
- Professional Competence
LifeGift recognizes that our employees are our most valuable resource, and that your dedication and hard work are vital to our growth and success. We also recognize that employee benefits play an important role in ensuring health and financial security for you and your dependents. Providing you with one of the best benefits packages in the industry is just one of the ways we reward you for your contribution.
LifeGift Tissue Donation Specialist Offers Hope
Not only is Charles Wiltz Jr., 34, a LifeGift tissue donation specialist and a 2012 Lone Star Circle of Life Bike Tour honoree, he’s also the son of both a recipient and a donor.
Kidney disease landed Charles’ mother, Geraldine, on the transplant waiting list in 2002. Five transplant opportunities fell through before the elementary teacher finally received her gift in 2004.
Inspired by the selflessness that saved his wife, Charles Wiltz Sr. registered as a donor. When he died in 2012, his corneas gave sight to another and his tissue saved the lives of perfect strangers.
“Let your loved one become a hero and a champion of donation,” encourages Charles Jr., who is raising two daughters with his wife, Jenifer. “Let them live through other people whose lives you can save.”