Duration = One year to start, with likely 6-month extension
Part time = Between 20-35 hours per week
Location work will be ONSITE from the beginning.
Reports to the Senior Scientist/BDU Ops Lead as part of support staff. Delivering supply and demand of blood orders and other tissues (urine, sebum, saliva, nail clippings, hair follicles) taking blood samples daily to meet demand, whilst maintaining a healthy and safe working clinical environment and ensuring the health and safety of blood donor. Maintains strong relationships with donors, scientists and other GSK personnel and contributes to the support and developments within the unit, including compliance regulation and legislation, contributing to the development of Best Practice - this includes training updates, attendance at relevant courses, meetings and e-learning.
• Perform venipunture
• Booking Couriers for transportation of blood
• Contact donors, draw samples, and blood processing if required.
• Provide general administrative support to the unit including preparation of donor recruitment information packs, clinical information, Day/diary sheets, daily reports, photocopying
• Manage incoming telephone and email enquiries as required
• Undertake unit cleaning as required
• Manage and maintain stock levels within unit, clinical and office areas as required
• Phlebotomist (licensed)
• Excellent Venipuncture skills
• Experienced in working in a clinical environment – preferably research, Blood Transfusion Service, Phlebotomy or Clinical Pharmacology environment
• Good organisational skills, experienced in administering donors or patients and maintaining robust systems and procedures.
• Good time management.
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills - written, telephone and face to face
• Ability to use standard software packages (word,)
• Trained in basic life support (CPR)
• Ability to build and maintain strong relationships, making donors and clients feel at ease
• Must be flexible and be prepared to travel and work cross sites Upper Merion, and Upper Providence and work to fit in around the units and client’s business needs.
• To keep a clean and safe clinical working environment.
• Needs the ability to work to tight deadlines and respond at short notice to client’s requirements.
• Strict adherence of donor confidentiality and the sensitivity of information shared
and used within the unit is required
• Flexible and prepared to learn new skills
SRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful under applicable law.
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