Mobile Phlebotomy Technician (Remote)
- Posted: over a month ago
- $25 Hourly
Are you a great lab tech or phlebotomist looking to advance your career?
Would you like to get out of the lab and work on your own?
Do you like your job but hate the pay?
WE HAVE THE PERFECT POSITION FOR YOU!
The National Phlebotomy Provider Network specializes in providing mobile medical and research specimen collection processing and delivery for home bound individuals, medical research groups, managed care organizations, medical laboratories, and biotech companies. This work is engaging and full of variety.
We are looking for a highly motivated, experienced phlebotomists and medical lab technicians who are able and willing to work independently and travel to patient homes and client sites in one of our regional service areas in order to perform blood draws, medical specimen collection, specimen processing, general customer support.
Job specific training, equipment and supplies are provided. This is NOT another lame contract phlebotomy job for insurance paramedical exams! This is a REAL job, with REAL pay and benefits.
Successful candidates need to be very customer-oriented and responsible; must have the ability to work well independently with follow through on tasks. Applicants must look and act professional and have great patient and customer interaction skills. Knowledge of basic computer skills, web-based applications, EMR or LIS systems is ideal. This is a position that combines direct patient care, customer relationship management, and operations support activities.
Successful applicants must have a minimum of 3 years phlebotomy experience and should possess experience that demonstrates progressive responsibility. You must be a licensed and/or certified phlebotomy technician in your state of residence. Applicants that possess drug screening knowledge and have a second language skill are preferred but is not necessary to apply.
Compensation starts at $25 per hour, plus mileage. Our company partners with ADP, one of the nations biggest professional employer organizations to provide our employees with robust and competitive benefits compensation as well. Paid time off and holiday pay are standard. A technician working full-time should earn more than $65k per year, plus benefits. Performance incentives with a bonus for superior performance are awarded annually.
This position is for applicants that want to take part in the dynamic and growing home healthcare and telemedicine industry. This position is ideal for individuals who really want to grow as a healthcare provider and are ready to move to the top of your profession. If you are at the top of your game and want to be recognized for the skills and talents you have, then you have found a home here. Do you want to feel good about what you do; proud of the organization you work with? Then apply and find out if you have what it takes to be selected for the A team.
The National Phlebotomy Provider Network is a non-for-profit healthcare provider and research support organization. You may not have heard of us, but we have been around for nearly two decades and still growing!
Interested candidates should submit your resume with a cover letter. Well qualified candidates will be contacted for an initial phone interview. An in person interview will be arranged for all candidates who pass the initial screening. This is a professional position and we are looking for individuals who are highly motivated and have superior technical skills.
•In states requiring you must possess a valid CPT-1 license. In other states you must possess current certification by an accepted certifying agency for Phlebotomy Technicians or a comparable licensure allowing phlebotomy within your scope of care activities in the state where you live.
•Reliable efficient transportation with current liability insurance.
IN ADDITION to having superior phlebotomy skills, candidates with the following experiences are preferred but not required:
•Home care experience.
•LVN, EMT, Paramedic license highly desired.
Travel to patients homes, or doctors’ offices within your service area and provide staffing for local medical research projects.
Perform medical specimen collection including phlebotomy, urine, and stool collection.
Prepare required documentation completely.
Process specimens (eg centrifuge, pipette, and freeze when required).
Transport specimens to local lab and/or PSC for processing.
Package and transport specimens to local shipping site when required.
Perform follow up procedures on each order to ensure results are reported.
The National Phlebotomy Provider Network
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