Blood Bank of Hawaii is seeking a successful leader to oversee and coordinate all reference lab work and product quality control testing services. We are a nonprofit, community-based organization that provides blood components and clinical/technical services to hospitals, and patients throughout Hawaii. The ideal candidate will encompass a high standard for accuracy, follow-up and follow-through, and thrive in an environment where problem solving is a necessity. Will work with team members ensuring compliance at all times, and will also be responsible for the supervisory functions offering support and guidance to personnel. The incumbent will also serve as a technical resource to hospitals and other departments outside their primary responsibility.
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Minimum qualifications include Baccalaureate degree in Medical Technology or in a related science from an accredited college or university; Certified Medical Technologist by the ASCP; eligible for Clinical Laboratory Technologist license by the Department of Health of the State of Hawaii. Previous work experience as an MT in hematology and immunohematology is preferred; certification as a Specialist in Blood Banking (SBB) is desirable.
Complete an online application by visiting www.BBH.org.
Why the Blood Bank of Hawaii?
Blood Bank of Hawaii is a diverse nonprofit organization offering its employee's professional development and growth opportunities, a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a collaborative team spirit environment.
If interested, please go to our website at www.bbh.org for more information and to apply, send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Blood Bank of Hawaii is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, arrest and court record or any other protected category recognized by state and federal laws.
About Blood Bank of Hawaii
BBH was started February 1941 with funds provided by the Public Health Committee of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce. Known then as Honolulu Blood Plasma Bank, the facility was located on the grounds of The Queen's Hospital.
With the outbreak of WWII, Honolulu Blood Plasma Bank served as a wartime agency under the Office of Civilian Defense returning to its non-profit civilian status on October 26, 1943. Honolulu Blood Plasma Bank officially changed its name to Blood Bank of Hawaii in 1946. Dr. Forest J. Pinkerton served as its director until his passing in 1974.
BBH is federally licensed and inspected by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). We are a community organization. In addition to our primary function of collecting, processing and distributing blood for patient transfusion, our facility and staff also serve as a center for consultation regarding the testing and use of blood and its components. Our resources and services are available to all patients and physicians throughout the State of Hawaii.