Current Job Openings

Blood Center Technician I (multiple openings)

Requisition Number: R218032

Stanford Blood Center is seeking Blood Center Technicians to:

  • Work under minimal supervision and follow standard operating procedures to ensure exceptional donor relations and care.
  • Determine whole blood and apheresis community and research donor suitability for blood donations and samples based on inventory need, including physical assessment, medical history and mobile registration.
  • Perform whole blood community donor venipunctures and research byproduct collection; treat donor reactions.
  • Perform fixed site and mobile operation opening, closing, set up and breakdown.
  • Serve as float and drive SBC vehicles to transport employees, volunteers, equipment, supplies and blood products.

For a complete job description and to apply, visit careers.stanfordhealthcare.org, and reference job R218032.

QA Specialist

Requisition Number: R218100

Reporting to the Quality & Regulatory Assurance Supervisor, is responsible to perform the quality and regulatory assurance duties and responsibilities by reviewing department procedures, forms, training documents, product and equipment quality control (QC), change control processes, validations, and assist with development, as necessary. Develop, perform and generate departmental reports, system audits, and safety inspections. Perform Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and safety training, trend analysis of events and quality indicators, root cause analysis, and process improvement, corrective and preventive actions; maintain compliance by enforcing applicable regulations and standards set by regulatory agencies and submit appropriate reports, when required.

For a complete job description and to apply, visit careers.stanfordhealthcare.org, and reference job R218100.

Blood Drive Bus Driver/Mobile Assistant

Requisition Number: R217599

Stanford Blood Center is seeking a full-time Mobile Driver/Donor Room Assistant. Schedule will be Wednesday through Sunday. Under the supervision of the Mobile Operations and the day-to-day work direction of the mobile or center charge nurse, the Driver Mobile Assistant:

  • Operates self-contained mobile blood collection unit, setting up at remote blood collection (mobile) sites and returning to Blood Center.
  • Loads, transports, assembles and dismantles mobile equipment, medical supply boxes and computers for mobiles located at businesses or other community or civic locations within surrounding communities.
  • Rearranges existing furniture at mobile sites when necessary.
  • Is responsible for keeping mobile units clean, operational, gassed and containing adequate supplies and equipment.
  • Acts as Donor Room Assistant at mobile locations under direction of onsite supervisor/charge nurse. Duties including, but are not limited to:  keeps confidential records pertaining to donor medical history card and unit numbering, labels blood bags, heat seals donor unit tubing into segments, and escorts donors and assists with donors who have reactions.

For a complete job description and to apply, visit careers.stanfordhealthcare.org/us/en, and reference job R217599.

Clinical Systems Analyst

Requisition Number: R216631

The Clinical Systems Analyst II supports core functions of the health system’s applications to enable cost-effective, high quality, efficient and safe patient care. This position will implement, administer and support assigned systems under the minimal guidance from senior members of the team. The position will have a good understanding of blood and lab operations, blood establishment computer systems and lab information systems.

For a complete job description and to apply, visit careers.stanfordhealthcare.org/us/en and reference job R216631.

Tech Training QA Specialist

Requisition Number: R216730

Core duties for the Tech Training QA Specialist include:

  • Perform the quality assurance duties of the Technical Services department by writing/revising department equipment and process validation plans; manage equipment preventative maintenance program’ managing training records; perform process and computer audits; write/revise procedures for regulatory compliance as necessary.
  • Prepare training binders for new team members and ensure new and incumbent team member training is current.
  • Ensure annual SOP and label review is performed; review departmental records; help determine corrective actions for events by performing root cause analysis; and work on process improvement.
  • Perform post-donation information follow-up that affects safety, purity and quality of the product by quarantine/discard of units, notification of customers and tracking of recalls.
  • Provide notification to hospitals, regulatory agencies and other customers of test results that affect patients/general population safety.

For a complete job description and to apply, visit careers.stanfordhealthcare.org/us/en, and reference job R216730.