The Coastal Bend Blood Center has an available job opening for the position of a full time Donor Services Clinical Coordinator. This position is responsible for overseeing the Dendreon (MNC-Mononuclear Cell) Program and managing all aspects of donor/patient care. Must maintain a high level of donor confidentiality. Additionally, the position is required to perform these procedures in accordance with current regulatory, organizational and OSHA standards and requirements to ensure a safe blood supply.
- Manage the Dendreon Program and perform autologous MNC collections.
- Developing, revising, reviewing, and implementing donor related, donor care, and Dendreon (MNC) procedures.
- Work to expand MNC Collections by educating local medical facilities.
- Work closely with Quality Assurance Department to research and implement new programs, to also include performing donor focused audits.
- Donor notification and counseling of donors with any medically significant abnormality detected at pre-donation evaluation, as a result of laboratory testing, or recipient follow-up.
- Report applicable transfusion transmitted disease results to local and state health authorities.
- Make courtesy calls to donors who have made complaints or experience a reaction.
- Perform post-exposure investigations and re-testing.
- Responsible for the Donor Re-entry process.
- Responsible for the review of Apheresis charts and reviewing with Medical Director.
- Deal with emergency situations if required.
- Maintenance of safe donation environment.
Education & Experience:
- Bachelor or Associate Degree
- Current Licensed Registered Nurse
- Experience as a professional nurse (ICU, ER, or Dialysis Nurse)
- Blood Banking Experience preferred
- Strong Customer Relations Skills
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Ability to prioritize tasks and delegate them when appropriate
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
- Ability to work well with all staff levels
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
- Strong Computer skills
- Ability to manage patient/donor care with CVC lines
- Ability to manage patient/donor care with moderate or severe citrate reactions
- Excellent Phlebotomy skills
- This position will be located in an office environment with ambient temperature control.
- Moderate walking, climbing stairs and stooping will be required. Lifting of materials weighing not more than 25 pounds may be required.
- Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
- Prolonged periods of standing, bending, and reaching.
- This position may require dealing with unpleasant, angry or discourteous customers.
Must have a Texas driver’s license with a clean driving record. Selected applicants are subject to a background and drug screen. All applications must be turned in to Human Resources before February 26, 2021. Submit application online at
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