Technical Assistant, Blood Drives
Permanent position, on the call list
DEPARTMENT / DIVISION
Operations / Procurement
Montréal’s South Shore
Reporting to the mobile blood drive supervisors, you will:
- Take part in assembling and dismantling the mobile blood drive;
- Perform the hemoglobin test on donors;
- Prepare and take charge of donors;
- Verify the donor’s file, monitor the flow of the blood donation and finalize the donation;
- Prepare, seal and package the blood pouches and the samples;
- Enter the information concerning the various donations in the computer system;
- Notify the individuals concerned and help them in the event of discomfort;
- Provide the materials throughout the blood drive.
Moreover, the technical assistant for blood drives may be assigned the following tasks performed by the registration clerk:
- Install and validate the computer equipment;
- Welcome donors, verify and enter their data and/or assist them in the registration process;
- Provide the pertinent information to local organization and volunteers working at the blood drives;
- Answer telephone calls, and transmit the calls and the information to those concerned
- Follow up on the information received by fax, internal mail or other means.
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
You have a Secondary 5 diploma or the equivalent. You enjoy team work and are known for your good customer service approach. You are available to work a minimum of three (3) days per week, including Friday (or Monday, as needed), as well as one weekend out of three (3). Finally, you have a good knowledge of the English language and are comfortable with computer tools.
In addition to the competitive working conditions offered by Héma-Québec, this position includes the following advantages:
- Uniform provided;
- Day and evening schedule;
- Meals and travel time paid from our facilities in Brossard and Saint-Laurent;
- Possibility of travelling in various regions in Québec;
- Complete initial training.
Héma-Québec is committed to the equal access employment program and invites women, Aboriginal people, members of visible and ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities to apply.