Current Openings

Critical Care Transport Flight Nurse

LifeFlight of Maine / Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center
Bangor, ME

Join a leading edge critical care transport program with opportunity for growth.  LifeFlight of Maine is a consortium based non-profit critical care system and the primary provider of critical care transport for the entire state of Maine.  The CCT-RN provides direct patient care in pediatric and adult ground, fixed wing and rotor wing services. This is a regular full time variable shift position with a call requirement.   
 
LifeFlight provides a full range of critical care and critical care transport from ECMO to NICU transport, with a baseline of 850-900 transports from the EMMC base annually. LifeFlight operates twin engine full IFR Agusta helicopters and KingAir 200’s with SevenBar Aviation and is fully CAMTS accredited and nationally recognized for safety and innovation.

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Director of Development

LifeFlight Foundation
Camden, ME

The Director of Development is responsible for providing leadership and direction to the development program encompassing annual giving, capital campaigns, major gifts, endowment, planned giving and special events attracting statewide (and beyond) support from a constituency of individual donors, corporations and businesses, charitable foundations, community and civic groups and hospitals.
 
The Director is responsible for creating a positive environment for philanthropy both internally and externally; leading and working cooperatively and effectively with a small, high-performance team in planning, budgeting, organizing, and managing a comprehensive fundraising program.
 
As the leader of the development program, the Director focuses the majority of his/her time identifying, cultivating and soliciting major gifts.  Working with the Board and staff, the Director needs to constantly improve the Foundation’s presence by building personal and institutional relationships with major gifts prospects and advancing LifeFlight’s profile within the community. Strong interpersonal skills, flexibility, strategic thinking and the ability to lead an effective team and work within a fast-paced, high-demand environment are essential attributes of the position.

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Special Events Coordinator

The LifeFlight Foundation
Camden, ME

The Special Events Coordinator works with a small, collaborative, high-performance development team and is responsible for planning, promoting, implementing and evaluating events designed to produce a strong return on investment in support of the Foundation goals.
 
The Special Events Coordinator is the primary lead for both community-driven and LifeFlight-hosted events throughout the state designed to increase awareness, raise funds, develop positive relationships with diverse volunteers and deepen support for the mission including leadership in managing multiple annual events including direct event development, including contracts, budgets, logistics and recruiting participants and volunteers as necessary depending on the event.

We are no longer accepting applications for this position.