$18,683 annually. Includes a comprehensive benefits package.
Description of Duties:
The Blood Product Collection Specialist Performs whole blood product collection procedures via venipuncture of autologous and allogeneic donors. Performs apheresis blood product collection procedures on allogeneic donors utilizing varying manufacturer lines of apheresis technology including procedure set up and break down. Monitors the donor throughout the collection procedure, documents the product collection procedure within information systems and donor charts, performs daily quality control and maintenance of equipment devices, tracks and logs consumables and reagents utilized in the collection procedure. Performs donor appointment scheduling, pre-screens and registration activities, and prepares blood products for transport to the processing facility.
Applicants must have a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma and the equivalent of two years of full-time experience as a Phlebotomist I at RPCI and successful completion of the RPCI Blood Product Collection Specialist Traineeship as governed by state regulation; or an Equivalent phlebotomy and/or blood product collection experience gained at comparable institutions approved by RPCI may be substituted for the above experience requirement on a year-for-year basis.
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