Achieve collection goals through forecasting and management of collection calendars, staff scheduling, and equipment resources while ensuring safety, quality, regulatory requirements, departmental policies, and business rules are followed. Manage and mentor assigned Donor Services support services staff. Oversee and develop Donor Services training program and curriculums to ensure effective staff training based on adult learning styles and maintain compliance with all standard operating procedures and regulatory requirements. Continually seek to improve and expand upon performance and knowledge for self and staff.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. Prefer a college degree (Business or Education Degree preferred). Minimum of 3 years of scheduling and logistics experience and/or educational curriculum development and teaching/staff development is preferred; and may substitute for a degree. Three years supervisory and/or teaching experience is required. Demonstrates high-level of organizational, logical, and interpersonal skills. Strong computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office required and HemaCollect, or other scheduling software, preferred. Superior verbal and written communication skills required, experience drafting counseling statements and performance appraisals strongly preferred. Strong people management and leadership skills required. Capable leader and team builder. Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid Texas Driver’s license, proof of insurance with the state required levels of coverage and an acceptable driving record. Able to work Monday-Friday.
Use personal expression and creativity to provide outstanding customer service to donors, coworkers and guests thus ensuring the best possible donation experience for the donor and working environment for staff. Establish and maintain quality practices while continually seeking to improve and expand upon performance and knowledge for self and staff.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. Minimum of years training experience in a medical setting, preferably in a blood center, will consider college degree in lieu of experience. Punctual and dependable. Compassionate interpersonal skills. Excellent customer service skills. Superior verbal and written communication skills, including editing of training plans and proficiency exams. Intermediate computer skills. Experience with blood bank software preferred. Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid Texas Driver’s license, proof of insurance with the state require levels of coverage and an acceptable driving record. Able to work Tuesday-Saturday
Purpose is to develop and manage relationships with community partners. To book and support mobile blood drives and donor center (fixed site) based blood drives while meeting or exceeding daily, weekly, and monthly draw goals.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of experience in corporate relations development, communications, sales, or community outreach. Five or move years of experience in lieu of a degree. Strong oral and written communication skills to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel and business contacts. Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple, complex projects simultaneously. Ability to develop and deliver informative and/or persuasive presentations. Must be able to work independently with little supervision. Strong public speaking skills. Highly motivated self-starter with excellent organizational skills. Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid Texas Driver’s license, proof of insurance with the state required levels of coverage and an acceptable driving record. Must be able to work Monday-Friday 8am-5pm with flexibility for nights and weekends.
The Blood Donor Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock is a vital and necessary part of ensuring that the blood inventory for our patients and community is available. They are committed to helping to create happy, healthy and sustainable communities.
Use personal expression and creativity to provide
outstanding customer service to donors, coworkers and guests thus ensuring the
best possible donation experience and working environment. Adhere to
established quality practices while continually seeking to improve and expand
upon work performance and knowledge.
school diploma or equivalent. Punctual and dependable. Compassionate
interpersonal skills and superior verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent customer service skills and intermediate computer skills. Minimum of
2-4 years blood center experience, preferably in phlebotomy; prefer experience
with ALYX or other automated collection system; college education or
supervisory experience may substitute for blood center experience. CPR
Certified. Ability to maintain high attention to detail and make sound
judgements in a busy/distracting environment. Ability to read/follow SOPs and
to maintain complete and accurate records. Abiligy to make priority
determinations, and work without direct supervision. Ability to perform the
same task repeatedly while maintaining a high level of accuracy. Ability to
assume a lead role in a team environment. Must be at least 21 years of age with
a valid Texas Driver’s license, proof of insurance with the state required
levels of coverage and an acceptable driving record. Ability to work a
flexible schedule including Saturdays/Sundays as needed and have open
sales representatives must develop new partnerships with targeted decision
makers in community organizations, educational & religious institutions and
businesses to gain support in meeting the needs for volunteer blood
donors. Responsibilities include organizing & promoting blood
donation events; assessing, developing and implementing strategic/tactical
plans to achieve recruitment objective/goals. She/he is expected to
develop a customer-focused culture that will result in successful community
partnerships and donation awareness. Identify opportunities for growth within
current group base, and facilitate a plan to achieve growth percentage for
total unit collection within territory. Book recurring blood drives for the
following year. Develop and maintain relationships with key accounts. Give
presentations in order to promote blood collection. Identify and provide
feedback on issues regarding customer needs/requirements, customer issues/concerns
and satisfaction, competitor activities/strategies, etc. Interact effectively
and professionally with team members and all internal/external contacts.
degree preferred, 1-3 years sales related experience, public speaking/presentation
experience preferred, excellent communication skills, and valid driver’s license
with access to vehicle.
SALARY RANGE: Competitive salary, commission plan,
and excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, and life insurance,
401(k), paid time off, and holiday pay.
Oklahoma Blood Institute (Two openings) Ada, OK; Ft. Smith, AR; and Little Rock, AR
Oklahoma Blood Institute is actively seeking qualified candidates for a rewarding position with a proven track record of successful reliability that is responsible for providing a safe and pleasant blood donation experience for donors.
Considered applicants must have a high school degree or GED, college classes are a plus. This position offers paid on-the-job training with no experience required.
The phlebotomist should be a shining example of superior customer service, professionalism, donor care and technical ability. Successful candidate must be available to work a flexible schedule, including early mornings, late evenings, and weekends. They must be on-time, reliable, good communicators, detail oriented, and work well with others. This position requires candidates to have reliable transportation, working telephone, standing for long periods of time, and ability to lift 40 lbs regularly.
Pay: $11.50 an hour or based on experience; additional pay for technical school certification, associate degree's, bachelors' degrees, etc; additional pay if fluent in Spanish; paid on-the-job training
Benefits: Health, dental, vision, life insurance, long-term disability, 401(k), paid-time-off, tuition reimbursement, paid on-the-job training
Days and Hours: Varied
If you are the type of person that has a passion to help save lives, this could be the perfect job for you!
This individual will determine donor eligibility, perform phlebotomy techniques, and manage adverse donor reactions at our Lamar location.
Requirements: High school graduate or equivalent, Effective communication skills, Compassionate interpersonal skills, Excellent customer service skills, basic computer skills, punctual and dependable. Experience in a blood center is preferred; at least 6 months experience with red cell automated blood collection Platelet Pheresis technology is preferred; certification as a phlebotomist, medical assistant, EMT, paramedic or LVN is a plus but not required. Ability to interpret and respond appropriately to sensitive/confidential information and situations. Ability to maintain focus and make sound judgments in a busy/distracting environment. Ability to perform the same task repeatedly while maintaining a high level of accuracy. Ability to work well in a team environment. Part Time Schedule: Friday-Monday. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekends and holidays.
Full Time Schedule: Open availability needed, including during training; MUST be able to work a full-time open schedule with flexible hours and able to work different locations to include evenings, weekends, and holidays.