Local Driver Salt Lake City, Utah
- Posted: over a month ago
Are you seeking a full-time opportunity that makes a difference? Are you passionate about meeting new people? Do you want to have an impact in your community, across the country, and around the world? If your answer is “yes”, then we invite you to become a CDL Driver/Phlebotomist.
From transporting and setting up blood collection equipment at work sites, to drawing blood from donors, as a CDL Driver/Phlebotomist you will work all aspects of blood drives at schools, offices & churches throughout the surrounding areas. No experience necessary—our paid training is a mix of classroom instruction and field practice.
CDL Driver/Phlebotomist Job Responsibilities
- No phlebotomy certificate required – we offer paid training!
- Take the time to personally connect with donors – listen to their stories and help them understand the value of their donation
- Be detail oriented all day, every day, to ensure that the blood you collect meets regulatory requirements and can be safely transfused
- Remain flexible to work a highly variable schedule that includes early start times, late end times, weekends & holidays to meet the needs of our blood drive sponsors and donors.
- 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. Team up with your co-workers to keep our donors coming back again and again
- Interact in a positive, proactive and customer-focused manner with both internal and external customers, demonstrating care and compassion at all times
CDL Driver/Phlebotomist Job Qualifications
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- CDL required.
- DOT certification may be required in some locations. If required, must pass applicable DOT physical and related requirements and be able to possess or obtain a medical certification of at least one year duration.
- Physical requirements may include the ability to lift up to 50 lbs., occasionally physically assisting donors experiencing an adverse reaction, as well as pushing or pulling heavy weights up and down ramps and stairs (potentially up to 250 lbs in weight and with up to 75 degree angles). Physical requirements may be performed in adverse weather conditions.
AddressSouth Jordan, UT
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