A typical work day could be busy depending on the day of the week. I learned alot working there that was very helpful in. Great training. Management could do a little better with attitudes and providing team work examples. Co-workers were alright. Too many chiefs and not enough indians some days. The hardest part of the job could be the SOPs but if you pay attention, they aren`t bad at all. The enjoyable part was getting off early the days we weren`t busy. Also, uniform ordering needs to be a little quicker.
good experience, good cause, opportunity for growth
Phlebotomist II/Donor Processor (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – July 21, 2017
i enjoyed working as a phlebotomist and getting to know the donors at our center. i also enjoyed getting to move around a lot at work, i was constantly on my feet and moving but that made it enjoyable for me. i also appreciated the company's goals and cause.
Fun productive place of business with great people and attitudes.
president of the spirit committee (Current Employee) – Glendale, AZ – July 6, 2017
I worked with great people. hours were always guaranteed and pay was great. working at Talecris was a great experience for me. the staff was patient and amazing even when we were swamped with patients they never turn their backs on their fellow colleagues.
PHLEBOTOMIST (Current Employee) – Anderson, IN – June 13, 2017
My work day includes greeting and providing great customer service to new and returning donors. Each day I work is a learning process because I deal with change every day. Management can be a little rocky but still a great place to work. Some days can be stressful but that's with any work place I would love it more if we worked as a team. I would say the hardest part of my job is dealing with donor reactions because they tend to throw up but the best part of my job is preforming phlebotomy.
Patient Scheduler (Current Employee) – Anderson, IN – June 4, 2017
Nothing to say except I did not like working there because I was promised a certain amount of responsibility and was not given any. The staff was not very friendly until I started talking to them and kept talking. It took about a month for them to start conversing with me.
Quality Supervisor (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – May 18, 2017
Working various departments. Excellent growth potential, managers support professional development. Ability to attend college to further education. Very supportive and eager to train and compliance focused.
Donor Center Technician (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – May 1, 2017
Not a good job to balance life outside of work. Jobs are more appropriate for individuals without family responsibilities. Management is not always clear on their procedures. Set up for failure is constant.
Training Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – April 16, 2017
Nice place to work. A very complex Process to learn about once you learn the industry it will become very simple. I traveled a ton (my choice) I was on special project teams and thoroughly enjoyed every location I worked in.
Donor Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlantic Beach, FL – April 10, 2017
I've worked for Talecris for many years and had different positions. Have your skates ready. Don't take it personal. Management very helpful, use them. Just master your job (read read read your SOP) so you can move up the ladder.