Donor Services Technician (Former Employee) – Fairbanks, AK – March 31, 2018
Very catty management at the time. NO job advancement. Pay was not very good in relation to the work or time you put in. Management and their public relations/marketing employee were always inappropriate, lazy, and very clique-ish. I would not recommend working here.
Medical Assitant/ Receptionist (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – August 23, 2017
I would never recommend this job to anyone. Mangers were undertrained, no room for growth, and rotating schedules. Benefits were terrible, and could not use PTO for vacation because we were always understaffed.
Alyx Coordinator/Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – June 28, 2014
good job only problem lot of drama due to staffing and employee shortages. the best part about working at the blood bank was that we were the only place in the state of alaska taking blood to help patients and hospitals with the blood supply
had a lot of donors coming in to help others
sometimes you did not get lunch breaks due to being short staffed of just busy
Graphic Design and Public Relations (Former Employee) – Anchorage Alaska – January 13, 2014
Not pro employee
With four years experience in corporate communications, brand marketing, and design, I am highly proficient in the Adobe Suite and specialize in producing quality work quickly and precisely. My latest position as Marketing and Design Coordinator at GCI allowed me to lead, manage and collaborate projects for web, app environments, and print media. My priority is to met and excel the demands of a continual work flow with creative passion and drive.
Phlebotomy Technician (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – January 7, 2013
Very busy day, interviewing donors, phlebotomizing donors, learned how to do blood typing. management barely came out on the floor to help, co-workers worked together in harmony. Hardest part of the day was being the lead phlebotomist sticking every donor, making sure to use every safety precaution to avoid incidents and spills. enjoyable part is knowing every donor that came in the door bllod was being used for a good purpose. enjoyed going out to set up a mobile site,
this was a fun place to work for everyday was something new
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – April 28, 2012
worked mobile units, load the bus everyday with supplies and snacks, get to location and set up. Review donor history sheets check hematocrit, if they passed then take the donor out to the chair and prep them for donation. Clean the arm with alcohol then iodine. Use a 16g needle with a 550 ml bag and start the donation. After the process of donation check the donor let them seat and have snacks for about 5 mins and let go. At the end of our shift we cleaned everything on the bus, count all the donation bags tag them and drop them off at the main center. Get back to werehouse unload bus and restock all the supplies for the next day
alway had a new location, seeing new ppl everyday. plus travel out of town