Careers

Few things are more important to our community than having a local blood supply you can count on. When you work at We Are Blood, you’re a vital part of helping to ensure that all Central Texans have access to life-saving blood when they need it.

Current Openings

Blood Distribution Courier (EVENINGS)

This individual will maintain and manage the inventory of blood products and to provide blood product distribution service in a regulated environment to hospitals, other blood centers, and clients.
Responsibilities:
  • Recognize and fulfill the unique inventory and service needs of each hospital and select appropriate components for distribution to ensure facility needs are met.
  • Manually and/or electronically log orders and shipments, ensuring accuracy and delivery time frames are met with strict adherence to SOP.
  • Inspect products or specimens and pack appropriately for shipment to ensure regulatory requirements are met for each type of shipment.
  • Complete all required documentation accurately with strict adherence to cGMP and SOP.
  • Be responsible for monitoring and documenting storage temperatures for all components; in-house, and upon 0receipt.
  • Manage product inventory to reduce expiration rates while ensuring community needs are continually met.
  • Maintain vehicles and work areas in clean, well-organized state.
  • Maintain an acceptable driving record and other duties as assigned.
Requirements:
  • HS diploma or equivalent.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid Texas driver’s license, proof of insurance, and an acceptable driving record.
  • Two years of customer service experience required.
  • Prefer some experience in inventory, distribution, and/or warehouse experience in a regulated environment.
  • Must be able to work evenings Monday-Friday 3pm-11:30pm
  • Some computer skills preferred.
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Clinical Apheresis – Registered Nurse

This individual will perform therapeutic apheresis and cellular therapy procedures both in-house and at contracted facilities in accordance to the physician orders and set procedures and policies, as well as coordinate, oversee and perform special donations procedures in-house.
Responsibilities:
  • Perform stem cell collections for oncology patients at We Are Blood office
  • Perform therapeutic apheresis procedures, such as red blood cell and plasma exchanges and white cell depletions acutely or on an outpatient basis in the hospital setting with contracting facilities
  • Review all request forms, physician’s orders, patient history, medications and lab work, as applicable.
  • Access and maintenance of central venous catheters (CVC) and ports.
  • Assess and monitor patients/donors while they undergo their ordered procedure.
  • Provide patient/ caregiver education regarding procedures and post procedure care.
  • Respond to reactions, identify/treat symptoms, administer medications as ordered, and assist with bladder needs, as required for all in-house procedures. Provide support to primary nursing staff in hospital settings.
  • Accurately record all procedure results, documentation and issued instructions in database and/or on required forms.
  • Serve as liaison for patients and ordering physicians
  • Participate in rotating call schedule for external clinical procedures with contracting facilities. Regular schedule can be flexible with a minimum of 30 hours up to 40 hours per week for benefits
  • Other duties as assigned by Management.
Requirements:
  • Must have an active unencumbered RN licensure in the State of Texas and hold a CPR certification.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid Texas driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and an acceptable driving record.
  • Must be able to work a flexible full-time work schedule and have availability to participate in the rotating evening/weekend on-call schedule. (30 hours a week guaranteed.)
  • Must have at least one year nursing experience in a hospital setting, oncology unit or clinic required.
  • ICU, ER, pediatrics, apheresis, dialysis and/or oncology experience preferred. (On the job training is performed for apheresis.)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills needed.
  • Possess compassionate interpersonal skills and excellent customer service skills.
  • Clinical ladder for professional development available.
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Blood Distribution Courier (DAY TIME)

This individual will maintain and manage the inventory of blood products and to provide blood product distribution service in a regulated environment to hospitals, other blood centers, and clients.
Responsibilities:
  • Recognize and fulfill the unique inventory and service needs of each hospital and select appropriate components for distribution to ensure facility needs are met.
  • Manually and/or electronically log orders and shipments, ensuring accuracy and delivery time frames are met with strict adherence to SOP.
  • Inspect products or specimens and pack appropriately for shipment to ensure regulatory requirements are met for each type of shipment.
  • Complete all required documentation accurately with strict adherence to cGMP and SOP.
  • Be responsible for monitoring and documenting storage temperatures for all components; in-house, and upon 0receipt.
  • Manage product inventory to reduce expiration rates while ensuring community needs are continually met.
  • Maintain vehicles and work areas in clean, well-organized state.
  • Maintain an acceptable driving record and other duties as assigned.
Requirements:
  • HS diploma or equivalent.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid Texas driver’s license, proof of insurance, and an acceptable driving record.
  • Two years of customer service experience required.
  • Prefer some experience in inventory, distribution, and/or warehouse experience in a regulated environment.
  • Must be able to work evening Monday-Friday 9:30 am- 6pm
  • Some computer skills preferred.
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Medical Technologist (FULL TIME)

This individual performs all patients’ testing functions, including ABO testing, antibody screens, antibody identification work-ups, antigen testing and cross matching.
Responsibilities:
  • Process Apheresis platelet products and Acrodose platelet manufacturing according to manufacturer guide lines while ensuring compliance with FDA & AABB standards.
  • Perform all patient testing functions. This includes ABO testing, antibody screens, antibody identification workups, antigen testing and cross matching.
  • Efficiently and thoroughly manage receipt of donor testing results from ETF.
  • Ensure timely receipt of all testing results.
  • Accurately label blood components that are available for distribution. Work as a team member to ensure the efficient release of safe blood products.
  • Assist with validation protocols as requested by management.
  • Assist the Laboratory Manager to maintain adequate reagent inventory and supplies through careful monitoring of reagent usage and placement of new reagent stock.
  • As needed, learn special techniques for component preparation and administration.
  • Work as a team member to ensure the efficient release of safe blood products.
  • Diligently and accurately follow all procedures for testing, maintenance, safety, and quality control.
Requirements:
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Medical Technology, Clinical Laboratory Science or equivalent.
  • ASCP or NCA Certification as a Medical Technologist (MT), Medical Lab Tech (MLT), CLS Clinical Lab Scientist (CLS), Medical Lab Scientist (MLS) or Blood Bank Technologist (BB) required.
  • Must be able to overnight shift Monday through Thursday 8:30pm - 5:30am
  • Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid TX driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and an acceptable driving record.
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Medical Technologist (PART TIME)

This individual performs all patients’ testing functions, including ABO testing, antibody screens, antibody identification work-ups, antigen testing and cross matching.
Responsibilities:
  • Apheresis platelet products and Acrodose platelet manufacturing according to manufacturer guide lines while ensuring compliance with FDA & AABB standards.
  • Perform all patient testing functions. This includes ABO testing, antibody screens, antibody identification workups, antigen testing and cross matching.
  • Efficiently and thoroughly manage receipt of donor testing results from ETF.
  • Ensure timely receipt of all testing results.
  • Accurately label blood components that are available for distribution. Work as a team member to ensure the efficient release of safe blood products.
  • Assist with validation protocols as requested by management.
  • Assist the Laboratory Manager to maintain adequate reagent inventory and supplies through careful monitoring of reagent usage and placement of new reagent stock.
  • As needed, learn special techniques for component preparation and administration.
  • Work as a team member to ensure the efficient release of safe blood products.
  • Diligently and accurately follow all procedures for testing, maintenance, safety, and quality control.
Requirements:
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Medical Technology, Clinical Laboratory Science or equivalent.
  • ASCP or NCA Certification as a Medical Technologist (MT), Medical Lab Tech (MLT), CLS Clinical Lab Scientist (CLS), Medical Lab Scientist (MLS) or Blood Bank Technologist (BB) required.
  • Must be able to work day shift Friday and Saturday 8am -6:30pm
  • Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid TX driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and an acceptable driving record.
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Phlebotomy Tech I – North Lamar

Use personal expression and creativity to provide outstanding customer service to donors, patients, coworkers, guests and contracted partners thus ensuring the best possible donation experience and working environment. Adhere to established quality practices while continually seeking to improve and expand upon work performance and knowledge.
Responsibilities:
  • Report to work according to department schedule and comply with organizational timekeeping policy.
  • Maintain the donation site and equipment according to SOP: Assembly, daily quality control procedures, routine/preventative maintenance, housekeeping procedures, and disassembly.
  • Process and accurately document allogeneic, autologous, directed/dedicated, and therapeutic whole blood, double red cell, platelet, and mononuclear cell donations according to SOP.
  • Registration; medical history interviews and vital signs (pulse, blood pressure, hematocrit, and temperature), interpretation of lab values, calculation of blood losses, phlebotomy.
  • Respond to donor/patient reactions according to SOP: Identify/treat symptoms, monitor/perform vital signs (pulse and blood pressure) and accurately document the reaction.
  • Review electronic/hard copy documentation, as appropriate, according to SOP.
  • Assist in maintaining adequate inventory levels in conjunction with donor recruitment/ hospital services to ensure daily/weekly platelet collection goals are met.
  • Execute special projects and other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Operations Manager.
  • Stay in the Know, Get Funky, Open Doors, Applause Feels Good and Cross the Line; support and monitor compliance with the Own It! customer service standards, develop and maintain constructive and cooperative interdepartmental relationships
Requirements:
  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Effective communication, Excellent customer service and Compassionate interpersonal skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Punctual and dependable
  • Experience in phlebotomy and/or taking vital signs is preferred; certification as a phlebotomist, medical assistant, EMT, paramedic or LVN is a plus
  • Ability to interpret and respond appropriately to sensitive/confidential information and situations
  • Ability to maintain focus and make sound judgments in a busy/distracting environment
  • Ability to perform the same task repeatedly while maintaining a high level of accuracy
  • Ability to work well in a team environment.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule – days- full-time – Sunday - Thursday
  • Good manual dexterity
  • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds unassisted and stand for long periods
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Mobile Phlebotomist

This individual will determine donor eligibility, perform phlebotomy techniques, and manage adverse donor reactions at blood drives across the Central Texas area.

Responsibilities:
  • Loading/unloading the mobile bus
  • Setting up/taking down the blood drive
  • Maintaining excellent donor relations
Requirements:
  • HS diploma or equivalent required.
  • Previous work experience in restaurant, retail, or hospitality is a plus.
  • Prefer 1 year experience in phlebotomy and/or taking vitals.
  • Certification as a phlebotomist, medical assistant or LVN is a plus.
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills are required.
  • Open availability needed; must be able to work a full-time schedule with flexible hours to include evenings, weekends, and holidays.
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Phlebotomy Tech II – Round Rock

Use personal expression and creativity to provide outstanding customer service to donors, patients, coworkers, guests and contracted partners thus ensuring the best possible donation experience and working environment. Adhere to established quality practices while continually seeking to improve and expand upon work performance and knowledge.
Responsibilities:
  • Report to work according to department schedule and comply with organizational timekeeping policy.
  • Maintain the donation site and equipment according to SOP: Assembly, daily quality control procedures, routine/preventative maintenance, housekeeping procedures, and disassembly.
  • Process and accurately document allogeneic, autologous, directed/dedicated, and therapeutic whole blood, double red cell, platelet, and mononuclear cell donations according to SOP.
  • Registration; medical history interviews and vital signs (pulse, blood pressure, hematocrit, and temperature), interpretation of lab values, calculation of blood losses, phlebotomy.
  • Respond to donor/patient reactions according to SOP: Identify/treat symptoms, monitor/perform vital signs (pulse and blood pressure) and accurately document the reaction.
  • Review electronic/hard copy documentation, as appropriate, according to SOP.
  • Assist in maintaining adequate inventory levels in conjunction with donor recruitment/ hospital services to ensure daily/weekly platelet collection goals are met.
  • Execute special projects and other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Operations Manager.
  • Stay in the Know, Get Funky, Open Doors, Applause Feels Good and Cross the Line; support and monitor compliance with the Own It! customer service standards, develop and maintain constructive and cooperative interdepartmental relationships
Requirements:
  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Experience in a blood center is preferred; at least 6 months experience with red cell and platelet automated blood collection technology is required; certification as a phlebotomist, medical assistant, EMT, paramedic or LVN is a plus
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule – days- full-time -Monday-Tuesday and Friday & Saturday
  • Basic computer skills
  • Punctual, dependable and able to work well in a team environment
  • Ability to interpret and respond appropriately to sensitive/confidential information and situations
  • Ability to stand for long periods and lift up to 25 pounds unassisted
  • Ability to perform the same task repeatedly while maintaining a high level of accuracy
EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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Equal Opportunities

We Are Blood is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to the policy of equal employment opportunity in recruitment, hiring, career advancement, and all other employment practices. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, protected veteran status, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

We maintain a drug-free workplace and pre-employment drug testing is required. Our pre-employment verification process includes background checks, prior employment verification, and driving record checks (as required) as conditions of employment.

We offer a competitive compensation package, which includes a comprehensive benefits program. Benefits are available to employees based on their employment status (full time, part time) and length of service. Benefits include:

  • Health Care Benefits (Medical, Prescription, Dental, Vision)
  • 401 (k) Retirement Savings Plan (with company contribution upon eligibility)
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Paid Holidays
  • Basic Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • Optional and Dependent Life Insurance
  • Medical Spending Account
  • Dependent Care Spending Account
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Long-term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Direct Deposit
  • Employee Recognition Program
  • Free Parking

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