Eagle Health Analytics is seeking a Blood Donor Administrative Assistant. This requirement is in support of “Operation Warp Speed”.The services required are in support of the Armed Services Blood Program and the Army Blood Program mission to collect, process, test and provide quality COVID convalescent plasma and other blood products from volunteer donors and to coordinate the distribution of blood products to Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) worldwide in order or provide life-saving blood products.
High School or equivalent.
Knowledge and Skills:
The position will require excellent communication skills both written and verbal, general medical knowledge and the ability to network within MTF and post communities.
Organizational skill are a must for this position as the incumbent will be responsible for scheduling and obtaining any required documentation from the donors prior to their appointment.
Familiar with computer operations and be able to train in a wide variety of Blood Establishment Computer System (BECS) systems used for tracking, registering and collecting data on COVID-19 donors.
Must be able to read, write and speak English well enough to effectively communicate to donors and staff.
Should be familiar with computer programs such as Microsoft Office. Administration skills are highly desirable for this position. Know how to perform basic vitals such as temperature and utilize personal protective equipment.
- Works directly under the Officer in Charge (OIC) and donor center Supervisor in the support of Convalescent Plasma product collection operations. The primary responsibility of this position will be the recruitment, scheduling, and data tracking of COVID-19 donors.
- Involved in prescreening donors for donation eligibility according to FDA and American Association of Blood Bank (AABB) guidelines.
- Assists with scheduling of non-COVID-19 donors, answering general donor center questions, and registering all donors appropriately into BECS computer system.
- Works in conjunction with donor center recruiters, hospital public affairs, and post public affairs for marketing of donor collections.
- Performs basic office administrative functions such as, filing of paperwork, document preparation, scheduling of meetings, note taking, and distribution of information. Familiar with computer programs such as Microsoft Office.
- Checks donor’s vital signs, to include temperature, respiration, pulse, weight, blood pressure, and pulse oximeter reading.
- Maintains donor interview room stock levels and performs routine maintenance of interview rooms.
- Completes lab requisitions/ Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) data entry in accordance with BDC policies.
- Enter demographic data into the computer (EBMS/TMDS) upon donor check-in.
EHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to any protected category. Hiring preference will be given to BBNC shareholders, their spouses and descendants and Alaska Natives in accordance with Public Law 93-638.