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Mobile Phlebotomist - Paid TrainingBurlington, IA-IL, USA Req #815Friday, September 10, 2021ImpactLifeis the exclusive provider of blood products and services toour partnerhospitals in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Wisconsin. The Blood Center is based in Davenport, Iowa, whereImpactLife'stesting, processing and primary distribution center of blood components is located.ImpactLifeis a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.We currently have an open opportunity for a Collection Specialist (Phlebotomist) with our Mobile/Fixed Site operations team. Our aim is to provide world-class blood products and services to communities in need. To achieve this, we need passionate, talented professionals who want to make a difference in our communities toJOIN OUR TEAM! We offer an excellent paid training program! This is not your usual health care job; our donors are happy, healthy, and ready to roll up their sleeves to help you save lives. As part of the Donor Services Phlebotomy team, you will be responsible for conducting donor registration, screening, physical, and phlebotomy as well as providing donor care during the donation process. What you should bring to the team: Customer service experience Enjoy working with the public Have a good, stable work history Understand the importance of following standard operating procedures Be able to work a varied schedule including days, evenings, and weekends May train away from home for up to two weeks at a time Possess a valid driver's license and be insurable by our insurance carrier (Mobiles) Pass a pre-employment background and drug screen This is a full-time position working30-39 hours per week and requires the ability to work varied hours including days, evenings, and weekends. What we offer Competitive wages Paid training Advancement opportunities An excellent benefit package Generous paid time off program Other detailsJob Family 03APay Type HourlyRequired Education High SchoolBurlington, IA-IL, USAShare this job:Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities