Versiti was founded with the belief that together, our blood centers can better serve patients’ urgent need for life-saving healthcare. We love what we do, and we're looking for passionate individuals to join the Versiti family. We foster a diverse environment that affirms each employee’s dignity and worth, and we offer a chance to work with a team of compassionate people who provide lifesaving blood to our communities on a daily basis.Watch to learn more about the position at www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLjeFLYBVaU.What you can expect in this position:We train all of our phlebotomists in the techniques that will help them advance their careers in health care, while working with a compassionate and mission-driven group of professionals.To get you started on your journey with us, we begin with an eight-week training program. This includes four weeks of classroom training and four weeks of mentoring with an experienced, certified phlebotomist.What you will do:Perform accurate medical interviewingDetermine donor eligibilityPerform venipunctures/draw bloodEnsure donor and recipient safetyTravel to companies, schools and organizations in the area for public blood drivesWhen you will work?To serve our community, you will work a variable schedule including early mornings, late days/evenings, weekends and holidaysThe good news!!! Staff schedules are posted two to three weeks in advance!What’s in it for you?Complete insurance coverage – medical, dental, vision, life401(k) with company matchGenerous paid time offWellness programOur Mission:We are Blood Health Innovators who enhance lives through discovery, diagnosis, and treatment.Our Vision:We will expand the frontiers of patient health through the integration of science, medicine, and service.What you will need:High school diploma or equivalentValid driver's license with a clean motor vehicle recordReliable transportation to and from work locationAbility to work a variable schedule including early mornings, late days/evenings, weekends and holidaysExcellent interpersonal skills, with demonstrated ability to work and interact effectively with peers, donors and the general publicA proven track record of customer service excellence and reliabilitySkills and KnowledgeKnowledge of standardized work routines and methods, general facts and information and/or the use of simple equipment, machines and materials. Knowledge is usually acquired through training on the job.Ability to read and interpret documents such as Standard Operating Procedures, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and other department manuals.Must have basic mathematical aptitude.Ability to apply judgment to written or oral instructions.Ability to organize work to provide productive work flow.Flexibility to work independently and with a team.Has strong attention to detail.Must have good communication skills, including the ability to provide feedback to peers.Ability to learn/utilize computer applications such as Ceridian, Hemasphere, Oracle, and HemaTerra.Additional Information:Tools and TechnologyPersonal Computer (desktop, laptop, tablet).General office equipment (computer, printer, fax, copy machine).Vehicle navigation system.Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).Screening equipment including:LancetSphygmomanometer (BP cuff)Temperature probeHemoglobin analyzerPhlebotomy collection equipment including:Blood mixerTrimaAlyxPhysical Requirements and Working ConditionsPhysical demands: Daily tasks include a mixture of standing, sitting, and walking. Hand-eye coordination with significant manual dexterity and frequent repetitive hand motions. Reaching above the head and lifting up to 40-pound items occurs occasionally. Visual and hearing acuity to perform essential responsibilities. Looking at computer screens or small items is common.Mental demands: Requires ability to maintain a routine of intense concentration for long periods, as well as excellent cognitive, analytical, and memory ability.Environmental hazards: Frequent work with biohazardous material is completed in a donor center or mobile environment wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and following internal policies, training, and OSHA standards. Moderate level of noise is present in the collection areas. Employee is frequently exposed to the public. Exposure to various temperatures will occur.The hiring process will consist of a phone and in-person interview, background checks and drug test screening. Please apply if you are willing to participate in this process.Equal Opportunity Employer. This company will provide equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.The description of this position reflects the current assignment of essential functions and is not meant to be all-inclusive or in any way construed as an employment contract. Duties and responsibilities may be assigned or reassigned to this position at any time and may be modified to reasonably accommodate an individual with a disability or for other reasons solely at management’s discretionWe embrace and encourage diversity in our workforce.Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.We participate in eVerify.We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.We are a tobacco/smoke-free workplace.