CSL Plasma Tech Reception in St Paul, Minnesota
Responsible for greeting donors at the plasma collection center and conducting a series of registration procedures to verify
donor suitability for the plasma pheresis process.
In compliance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), assists qualified donors in completing the screening
process. The screening procedures includes but are not limited to: assessing the self-administered health history,
answering basic medical questions associated with the donation process, referring donors to medical staff when
appropriate and performing health screening procedures such as blood pressure, pulse, weight, temperature.
Performs finger stick to obtain sample to obtain donor’s hematocrit and total protein levels.
Upon completion of the appropriate training, may educate new donors on the use of therapeutic products made from
donated plasma. This includes explaining the screening process, the health screening tests performed, the
appointment system, donation fees, center policies, proper nutrition and any other information pertinent to the donor.
Ensures that all donor questions are answered timely, accurately and professionally.
May be involved in registering applicant and transfer donors based upon completion of appropriate training and
operational needs of the center.
May answer the telephone and answer callers question or transfer call to appropriate staff member.
Maintains alertness and awareness to any reaction by a donor may have during or after the pheresis process and
notifies appropriate staff.
Alerts Group Leader or Supervisor of donor flow issues.
7 Ensures the accurate recording of donor data in the electronic donor information management system as outlined in
Understands the policies and procedures associated with hyper immune programs at the center if applicable.
Maintains clean efficient work environment and ensures sufficient operating supplies and forms are available as
needed. Follows all Health Safety & Environmental (HSE) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) policies and procedures. Promotes safety in all actions.
Maintains confidentiality of all personnel, donor and center information.
May be cross-trained in other areas to meet the needs of the business.
Bilingual skills may be required, at the discretion of the organization, to meet the needs of the business.
Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
Provide minimum hiring requirements, specialized knowledge, and other considerations required
Education High school diploma or equivalent required
Minimum of three (3) months experience in a clerical or customer service related position, preferably
in medical or health provider environment or equivalent combination of education and experience
Must be able to perform basic math calculations
Ability to understand, remember and apply oral and/or written instructions
Ability to understand and follow basic instructions and guidelines
Must be able to see and speak with customers and observe equipment operation.
Occasionally perform tasks while standing and walking up to 100% of time
Reach, bend, kneel and have high level of manual dexterity
Occasionally be required to lift and carry up to 25 pounds
Fast paced environment with frequent interruptions
Frequently exposed to hazardous chemicals, extreme temperatures and to blood borne pathogens
Required to wear Personal Protective Equipment while performing specific tasks or in certain areas
Required to work overtime and extended hours to support center operational needs
Note: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, national origin or other legally protected classifications
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