I submitted my application online received an email hours later & scheduled my phone interview the following day. Two days after my phone interview, I had an in person interview at the Plasma Center I applied for. I arrived 20 min. early & waited an hour to be interviewed because they were not expecting me. Smh Bottom line if I knew they would only offer me $12 an hour, I wouldn’t have wasted my time. On the bright side, I did hear back from them 3 days after my in person interview.
They interview go over and tell you everything as far as the pay and what to expect of you.
Answered - Phlebotomist/Donor Floor (Former Employee) - Farmington Hills, MI
Are you ready for face paced.
Answered - Phlebotomist (Current Employee) - Michigan
Not to bad. They were nice.
Answered - DCT/Phelbobotimist (Former Employee) - Salt Lake, UT
Easy, just asked about my work history. Also if I planned on being a long term employee.
Answered - Donor Center Technician (Former Employee) - Hampton, VA
The manager give's you a walk through of the building and reviews your application, goes over benefits, rules and regulations. Informs you that you will be in training for 6-8 weeks prior to being put to work, tell you the importance of being on time and being able to work well with others, dress code and inform you that you will be trained in other area's of the lab.
Answered - MEDICAL SUPERVISOR/DONOR SCREENER (Former Employee) - Ruston, LA
Interviewing process was less stressful than I thought it would be
Answered - Phlebotomist (Former Employee) - Arlington, TX
Includes a panel interview (mid-level management), case study, and additional panel interview (upper management)
Answered - Center Manager (Current Employee) - Sandy, UT
The interview was brief and was based on if they like the way you look opposed to the skills you brought to the table.
Answered - MEDICAL SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Long, drawn out, occurred over weeks
Answered - Donor Processor Lead/ Plasma Processor (Former Employee) - Joliet, IL