Employment Opportunities

Total Compensation Package

The University of Cincinnati offers a wide array of benefits for you and your family. Eligible employees are able to select from various levels of coverage in each benefit plan. Total Compensation is viewed as a comprehensive total rewards package, which includes base pay and fringe benefits, such as medical/hospitalization, accident, life insurance, retirement benefits, and time off (vacation, leaves). This package includes a tuition remission program that enables the employee, his/her spouse, children, and/or domestic partner to benefit from the many educational opportunities offered by the University of Cincinnati.

"Working at Hoxworth has been an enjoyable experience. It's great to meet new people, work in a variety of locations and experience true teamwork with the nursing staff. Our top benefits and management, who will work with you as fair and approachable team members, keeps me from wanting to work anywhere else.” Barbara, LPN

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Current Positions Available at Hoxworth Blood Center

Assistant Director – Quality Assurance
Req ID – 32943

Seeking an experienced Assistant Director to assist with the Quality Assurance activities that support our FACT-accredited, Collection Facility and Cell Therapy Processing Laboratory.  Our program currently supports four stem cell transplant programs, cell processing and cell engineering applications, and innovative immunotherapies and regenerative medicine clinical trials. We are committed to providing quality products and services to the patients we serve and seek a dedicated Quality Assurance professional to assist with the management of a robust quality management plan.

Donor Services Assistant Field Manager
Req ID – 32528

Under general supervision from a designated administrator, assist the Team Leader in managing the donor services collection team and operations of an assigned donor collection unit/area(s) to ensure efficient donor flow, staff utilization and quality assurance. Serve as site supervisor in the absence of the Team Leader

Clinical Laboratory Scientist – Cellular Therapies
Req ID – 30682

A Clinical Laboratory Scientist will perform processing and cryopreservation of hematopoietic progenitor cell collections for bone marrow transplant patients.  This position will perform routine cell processing operations and innovative cell selection techniques for the production of novel cellular therapy products for clinical trial use.  This position will participate in all aspects of laboratory operation such as clinical cell processing, maintaining supply inventories, writing Standard Operating Procedures, (SOPs), performing quality control procedures, generating reports, etc.

Donor Care Assistant
Req ID – 32611

Under general supervision from designated supervisor, screen prospective blood donors and process blood donors at the Hoxworth Blood Center Neighborhood Donor Centers and Mobile Operations.

Donor Care Assistant – Part Time
Req ID – 32603

Under general supervision from designated supervisor, screen prospective blood donors and process blood donors at the Hoxworth Blood Center Neighborhood Donor Centers and Mobile Operations.

Donor Care Technician – Part Time
Req ID – 27921

This position requires friendly, patient, conscientious workers that will be responsible for taking vital signs, venipuncture and providing post-donation care for blood donors.  Establishing and maintaining good communications and public relations with blood donors is paramount.

Mobile Operation Technician
Req ID – 33256

Assist the medical mobile unit staff at the collection site.  They will be responsible for the collection of blood into sample tubes for donor testing and performing the discontinuation of phlebotomy process.  They will assist with donor care and post donation instructions, assist with vitals and post-reaction care of the donor, assist with blood and body fluid spills and perform labeling of documents, supplies, and collection sets.  The Mobile Operation Technician (MOT) will operate a 40 foot Medical Mobile Bus (that requires a Class B CDL) to and from the collection site, or operate a car, van or truck to transport all necessary equipment for collection and Medical Mobile Unit staff to and from the site.  They will set-up and break-down equipment (e.g. Mobile beds, automated collection devices and kits, tables, totes, etc.), maintain inventory on Medical Mobile Units, replace all permanent and disposable operational supplies to ensure a timely and uninterrupted operation, process collections (strip and segment blood units, pack units for transport), document procedural tasks, and assist with the daily quality control functions.

Mobile Operation Technician – Part Time
Req ID – 32594

Assist the medical mobile unit staff at the collection site.  They will be responsible for the collection of blood into sample tubes for donor testing and performing the discontinuation of phlebotomy process.  They will assist with donor care and post donation instructions, assist with vitals and post-reaction care of the donor, assist with blood and body fluid spills and perform labeling of documents, supplies, and collection sets.  The Mobile Operation Technician (MOT) will operate a 40 foot Medical Mobile Bus (that requires a Class B CDL) to and from the collection site, or operate a car, van or truck to transport all necessary equipment for collection and Medical Mobile Unit staff to and from the site.  They will set-up and break-down equipment (e.g. Mobile beds, automated collection devices and kits, tables, totes, etc.), maintain inventory on Medical Mobile Units, replace all permanent and disposable operational supplies to ensure a timely and uninterrupted operation, process collections (strip and segment blood units, pack units for transport), document procedural tasks, and assist with the daily quality control functions.

 

The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application, you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.

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