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Blood Processing Tech/Lab Tech

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JOB TITLE:
Blood Processing Tech/Lab Tech
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JOB SKILLS:
JOB LOCATION:
Henrietta New York / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
$14.50/HR
Hours are 4pm-12:30am M-F, but rotating weekends off. Will have two days off during the week when weekends are worked.
General Manufacturing/warehouse/packing experience is fine. Blood processing a plus.


Blood Processing Technicians perform manufacturing processes in a highly regulated environment—from receipt of unprocessed blood, through maintaining accurate records of finished goods in preparation to distribute to area hospitals. Successful Blood Processing Technicians will have a strong attention to detail, a customer-service focus and the ability to treat both internal and external customers with compassion at all times.

Blood Processing Technician – Responsibilities

* Manufacture, samples according to applicable FDA, AABB, CLIA, NRC and Red Cross policies and procedures. Meet the quality and quantity production goals established by the department. Prioritize workload to meet production and customer requirements.
* Operate, maintain and perform quality control checks on equipment. Ensure adequate inventory of required supplies.
* Perform data entry and operate the computer programs associated with component production ,labeling, storage and shipping.
* Maintain accurate, legible and complete manufacturing department records.
* Ensure products/samples are suitable for release for distribution and are managed appropriately.
* Identify and quarantine products/samples that don’t meet quality requirements. Perform disposition of unacceptable products/samples.
* Analyze and make decisions based on visual inspection and information provided from other departments to meet time requirements and quality standards.
* Perform good inventory management practices throughout the manufacturing and shipping process.
* Maintain accurate electronic and physical inventory locations for products/samples.
* Perform review of manufacturing records.
* Remain flexible to work a variable schedule that includes weekends & holidays to meet the needs of our hospitals.
* Drive for results and to serve others with a high level of respect for customer service.
* Take care of your team members – show up for every shift and give 100% while you’re there.
* Contribute to a friendly and fun environment.
* Interact in a positive, proactive, and customer-focused manner with both internal and external customers, demonstrating care and compassion at all times.

The aforementioned responsibilities of the Blood Processing Technician describe the general nature and level of work and are not an exhaustive list.

Qualifications:
* High School diploma, plus two years’ experience in a regulatory, laboratory, or manufacturing environment, or equivalent combination of education and experience required.



Position Details

Jun 14, 2021
Health Care
S16204860801624560
New York / United States
Henrietta
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$14.50/HR
Hours are 4pm-12:30am M-F, but rotating weekends off. Will have two days off during the week when weekends are worked.
General Manufacturing/warehouse/packing experience is fine. Blood processing a plus.


Blood Processing Technicians perform manufacturing processes in a highly regulated environment—from receipt of unprocessed blood, through maintaining accurate records of finished goods in preparation to distribute to area hospitals. Successful Blood Processing Technicians will have a strong attention to detail, a customer-service focus and the ability to treat both internal and external customers with compassion at all times.

Blood Processing Technician – Responsibilities

* Manufacture, samples according to applicable FDA, AABB, CLIA, NRC and Red Cross policies and procedures. Meet the quality and quantity production goals established by the department. Prioritize workload to meet production and customer requirements.
* Operate, maintain and perform quality control checks on equipment. Ensure adequate inventory of required supplies.
* Perform data entry and operate the computer programs associated with component production ,labeling, storage and shipping.
* Maintain accurate, legible and complete manufacturing department records.
* Ensure products/samples are suitable for release for distribution and are managed appropriately.
* Identify and quarantine products/samples that don’t meet quality requirements. Perform disposition of unacceptable products/samples.
* Analyze and make decisions based on visual inspection and information provided from other departments to meet time requirements and quality standards.
* Perform good inventory management practices throughout the manufacturing and shipping process.
* Maintain accurate electronic and physical inventory locations for products/samples.
* Perform review of manufacturing records.
* Remain flexible to work a variable schedule that includes weekends & holidays to meet the needs of our hospitals.
* Drive for results and to serve others with a high level of respect for customer service.
* Take care of your team members – show up for every shift and give 100% while you’re there.
* Contribute to a friendly and fun environment.
* Interact in a positive, proactive, and customer-focused manner with both internal and external customers, demonstrating care and compassion at all times.

The aforementioned responsibilities of the Blood Processing Technician describe the general nature and level of work and are not an exhaustive list.

Qualifications:
* High School diploma, plus two years’ experience in a regulatory, laboratory, or manufacturing environment, or equivalent combination of education and experience required.