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Mounds View, Minnesota
As a Nurse at BioLife, you’ll bring your best to our donors and patients every day, doing life-changing work that impacts the world. That means qualifying donors, determining eligibility accurately and promptly, and ensuring our quality and service standards are met. You’ll join a great, growing team of professionals collecting plasma to create medicines and therapies that help patients worldwide. And while you do work that supports the health of the world, you can be assured that BioLife will support you with great benefits, excellent work-life balance and opportunities for growth.
What makes a successful Plasma Center Nurse at BioLife?
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At BioLife, I have hours that work for my family and a schedule that gives me the time to invest where I want in my personal life.
RN, MSN, Medical Support Specialist, Registered Nurse
Help those who want to donate.
You help donors give plasma and the plasma they give helps those — like Glen — live their lives.
Help bring plasma-derived therapies to patients all over the world at our high-class facilities, delivering world-leading standards of safety and maintaining strong connections with local communities.
Regular hours and time for life outside of the office.
Comprehensive coverage including Medical, Dental, Vision and Flexible Spending Accounts.
Learn and grow with tuition reimbursement.
Get the chance to relax and recharge with paid time off.
Bond with your newborn with Maternity and Paternity Leave.
Take care of your future with Life and Disability Insurance.
NURSING IS HARD WORK. BUT IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE!
At BioLife, nursing can be a challenging, yet fulfilling career. Nursing careers at BioLife are different from many other nursing careers. Here, our Plasma Center Nurses screen and advise donors to ensure they are in good health to donate plasma. In turn, that plasma is used to create lifesaving and life-sustaining therapies received by hundreds of thousands of people with rare and complex diseases.
As a Plasma Center Nurse, you get to know our donors while working in a modern, fast-paced, yet laid-back environment. You’ll work alongside friendly teammates who share your dedication to saving lives, and be a part of a supportive, fun culture. You can build a lasting career with us and there are opportunities to advance to management.
Nursing doesn’t have to be hard work—at BioLife, it can be a career you love.
Medical Support Specialist – LPN or EMT
What We Offer:
About BioLife Plasma Services
Every day at BioLife, we feel good knowing that what we do helps improve the lives of patients with rare diseases. While you focus on our donors, we’ll support you. We offer a purpose you can believe in, a team you can count on, opportunities for career growth, and a comprehensive benefits program, all in a fast-paced, friendly environment.
BioLife Plasma Services is a subsidiary of Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd.
The Medical Support Specialist determines donor eligibility to donate plasma, management of donor adverse events, review of laboratory test results, donor notification of unsuitable test results. The Medical Support Specialist works under the direct supervision of the Center Manager (or Assistant Manager as applicable) for operational guidance and under the supervision of the Center Physician for medical issues. Ideally, the Medical Support Specialist will be familiar with regulations of the plasma collection industry and/or a manufacturing environment. The Medical Support Specialist follows guidance provided by BioLife Medical Affairs and provides center level support of environmental, health and safety (EHS).
Enter donor information into the Donor Information System (DIS).
DIMENSIONS AND ASPECTS
Technical/Functional (Line) Expertise
Decision-making and Autonomy
EDUCATION, BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Essential: Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent graduate of a recognized educational nursing program.
Desired: Minimum of two years in a clinical or hospital setting preferred
Takeda is proud in its commitment to creating a diverse workforce and providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, parental status, national origin, age, disability, citizenship status, genetic information or characteristics, marital status, status as a Vietnam era veteran, special disabled veteran, or other protected veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws, and any other characteristic protected by law.
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One of our Hiring Managers will review your application and reach out to you if we think you’re a good fit.
We’ll arrange a time for us to meet virtually or in person. Depending on the role and market, there may be more than one interview.
If you’re successful in the interview process, we’ll get in touch with you to make a job offer.
After electronically accepting your offer, you’ll receive communications electronically which will guide you through the pre-employment process.
Once you complete the pre-employment process, we’ll arrange a date for you to join the team, with an onboarding session taking place in your first few weeks at the company.
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