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One Team. One Mission.
As a member of our team you hold an important role in saving lives. Working at OneBlood is a rewarding experience. The work that we do is vital for the community and it takes everyone working in unison across the organization to ensure blood is available when and where it is needed.
We pride ourselves on being a progressive, forward-thinking blood center committed to providing all of our team members with a professional work environment focused on our Core Values of execution, innovation, agility and respect.
OneBlood is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) community asset responsible for providing safe, available and affordable blood to 213 hospital partners and their patients.
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If you are looking for a place to get experience with phlebotomy or needing to get your stick count up this is the place. Be prepared to have a random schedule that is all over the place. My supervisor is understanding and willing to help out when she can. Staff is cool and friendly. The 6 week training could focus more on teaching you in the field sticking than pretending. The training lab is actually pretty neat in how it is setup. They will send you to other locations randomly on your schedule. They have a high turnover rate so they are always hiring.
A typical day at work: Most of the days under the sun and rain What you learned: people spend more time learning how to fail a donation so you can make your goal rather than improving work ethics Management: needs management degrees Workplace culture: full of bad habits the hardest part of the job: seeing how staff failed donations on purpose The most enjoyable part of the job: collecting the blood that is needed for so many
You are forced to work even with a doctors note and positive test results otherwise you get written up. Donors are not allowed to enter the center or buses with symptoms, but employees are expected to.
They only care about how much blood is collected regardless of how much they overwork their employees. No work/life balance. Guilt tripped or asked for a reason when calling out.
I loved my job with OneBlood. You have to be ready to work, but the job was rewarding. Easily able to pick up overtime. The management was great where I was.
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- articleWhat’s it like working at OneBlood?Published on May 24, 2021