The manager when I was hired was the best manager I have ever had, it was tough seeing him leave although it was great seeing him get promoted.
The job consisted of loading a truck, driving to a location, unloading the truck, setting up a blood drive, performing medical screening, performing phlebotomies, breaking down the blood drive, loading the truck and returning to the center. Among other things. I learned dedication, strong work habits, supervisory skills, and how to work a problem to find the solution
compensation, changing environment
schedule is difficult especially if you have kids