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Careers

Purpose:

The purpose of this position is to be responsible for registering and screening donors

Operates within the scope of FDA cGMP 21CFR

Primary Responsibilities:

 

  • Reviewing return donor questionnaire and screening in accordance with established guidelines.
  • Determining Hemoglobin, Hematocrit (HCT) and Protein via finger stick and use of the CompoLab, HemataStat and digital refractometer.
  • Refer to the Medical Supervisor when in need of guidance concerning medical or technical issues, including donor safety and eligibility.
  • Ensures donor confidentiality.
  • Maintains accurate and thorough documentation of necessary records.
  • Assists in maintaining a clean, organized and efficient work area, including maintaining supplies necessary to perform job duties
  • Builds rapport with donors to ensure overall customer satisfaction with the center to support long-term donation.
  • Performs general administrative duties, including greeting donors in a friendly manner, answering phones, and assisting center management team as needed.
  • Maintains compliance with all state and federal regulations, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved Standard Operating Procedure Manual, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) and internal company procedures.
  • Reports all unsafe situations or conditions to Lead, Supervisor or Center Manager.

 

Qualifications:

  • High School Graduate
  • Become Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certified
  • Must successfully complete the Medical Assistant Training Program and be certified as competent within 90 days of hire.

Occupational Demands:

  • Production environment requiring the ability to walk and stand with intermittent sitting, for the entire work shift.
  • Requires frequent leaning, bending, crouching, and reaching above the shoulders and below the knee.
  • Requires frequent lifting up to 5Lbs, and occasional lifting up to 50Lbs.
  • Must have fine motor coordination, depth perception, and ability to hear equipment sounds from a distance.
  • Due to potential exposure to blood borne pathogens (risk level 1), 90% of work tasks require prolonged glove wear.
  • Exposure to sharps, electrical office, and laboratory equipment.
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Purpose:

The purpose of this position is to be responsible for the day to day operations of the donor floor area.

Operates within the scope of FDA cGMP 21CFR.

Primary Responsibilities:

The Phlebotomist role encompasses the following primary job responsibilities:

  • Assists in determining the suitability of donors to undergo plasmapheresis prior to venipuncture.
  • Prep donors and perform venipuncture.
  • Respond to and assist with handling donor reactions in accordance with guidelines.
  • Monitors donor and equipment to ensure health of donors and quality of product.
  • Set up, disconnect, and operate the automated plasmapheresis machines, including response and evaluation of all autopheresis troubleshooting displays, documentation of exceptions.
  • Ensures the proper calibration and maintenance of autopheresis machines and associated equipment.
  • Maintains accurate and thorough documentation of production records and ensures donor confidentiality.
  • Builds rapport with donors to ensure overall customer satisfaction with the center to support a long-term donation relationship.
  • Maintains supplies necessary to perform job duties.
  • Learns and maintains through familiarity and compliance with all state and federal regulations, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved Standard Operating Procedure Manual, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP), and internal company procedures.
  • Reports all unsafe situations or conditions to area lead, supervisor, or manager.

 

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or GED.
  • State of Texas Phlebotomy Certification.
  • Must successfully complete the NuPlasma Phlebotomist Training Program and be certified as competent within 90 days of hire.
  • Competency approval from Medical Laboratory Director

Occupational Demands:

  • Production environment requiring the ability to walk and stand for the entire work shift.
  • Requires frequent leaning, bending, crouching, and reaching above the shoulders and below the knee.
  • Requires frequent lifting up to 5Lbs, and occasional lifting up to 50Lbs.
  • Must have fine motor coordination, depth perception, and ability to hear equipment sounds from a distance.
  • Due to potential exposure to blood-borne pathogens (risk level 1), 90% of work tasks require prolonged glove wear.
  • Exposure to electrical office and laboratory equipment.
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Purpose:

The purpose of this position is to be responsible for the day to day operations of the component processing area.

Operates within the scope of FDA cGMP 21CFR.

Primary Responsibilities:

The Component Processor role encompasses the following primary job responsibilities:

  • Collect and process donor samples for testing.
  • Record weight of product and samples.
  • Label samples and freeze units for final packing within required timeframe.
  • Participate in unit management according to SOP.
  • Pack units for final shipment; pack samples and prepare shipping box to send samples to the testing lab.
  • Monitors stored product to ensure time requirements are met.
  • Monitors and reports working conditions of equipment.
  • Maintain active communication with other service areas to ensure accurate documentation and quality.
  • Complete all necessary documentation.
  • Ensure donor confidentiality.
  • Build rapport with donors to ensure overall satisfaction with the center to support long-term donation.
  • Learn and maintain through familiarity and compliance with all state and federal regulations, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved Standard Operating Procedure Manual, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) and internal company procedures.
  • Maintain supplies necessary to perform job duties.
  • Must successfully complete the Component Processor Training Program, and be certified as competent within 90 days of hire.

 

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or GED, or higher.
  • Must successfully complete the Component Processor Training Program, and be certified as competent within 90 days of hire.

Occupational Demands:

  • Exposure to sharps, electrical office, and laboratory equipment.
  • Exposure to biological fluids with potential exposure to infectious organisms.
  • Exposure to extreme cold below -30 degrees C while working with plasma units
  • Personal protective equipment required such as protective eyewear, garments, and gloves.
  • Production environment requiring the ability to walk and stand with intermittent sitting, for the entire work shift.
  • Requires frequent leaning, bending, crouching, and reaching above the shoulders and below the knee.
  • Requires frequent lifting up to 50Lbs.
  • Must have fine motor coordination, depth perception, and ability to hear equipment sounds from a distance.
  • Due to potential exposure to blood borne pathogens (risk level 1), 90% of work tasks require prolonged glove wear.
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Purpose:

The purpose of this position is to be responsible for the promotion of the NuPlasma brand to Texas State University students living in San Marcos, TX.

Primary Responsibilities:

The Donor Relations Specialist role encompasses the following primary responsibilities:

  • Maintain and develop relationships with other student influencers to increase brand visibility
  • Learn and acquire extensive knowledge of the brand and ensure that donors fully understand NuPlasma’s purpose
  • Search for advertising opportunities on campus and in the surrounding areas
  • Help design and distribute branded marketing materials such as shirts, prizes, and giveaways
  • Build and distribute mass communication messages such as text messages, emails, and brochures
  • Conduct presentations to deliver relevant information to student organizations
  • Distribute a set quantity of product each week at events with high attendance of the target audience (includes nights and weekends)
  • Execute contests and organize events on or near campus
  • Autonomously develop weekly product distribution plan, acquiring approvals from Director of Marketing and Center Director, as necessary.
  • Understand overall business goals and track key performance indicators
  • Maintain consistent communication with the Director of Marketing

 

Qualifications:

  • Must be actively enrolled at Texas State University
  • Marketing major preferred but not required
  • Friendly, outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong knowledge of local culture and community. You must know the school and the student body like the back of your hand!
  • Extremely active and well versed in social media
  • Must know how to balance work and play!

Occupational Demands:

  • Work between 10-15 hours per week
  • Must be able to occasionally work nights and weekends
  • Ability to walk and stand with intermittent sitting, for the entire work shift.
  • Requires frequent leaning, bending, crouching, and reaching above the shoulders and below the knee.
  • Requires frequent lifting up to 5Lbs, and occasional lifting of up to 50Lbs
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Purpose:

The purpose of this position is to be responsible for the day to day operations of the medical department.

Operates within the scope of FDA cGMP 21CFR

 

Primary Responsibilities:

The Medical Supervisor role encompasses the following primary responsibilities:

  • Conducting pre-donation medical screening in accordance with established guidelines.
  • Determining Hematocrit (HCT) and Protein via finger stick and use of the HemataStat and refractometer.
  • Selection of suitable plasmapheresis donors by performing physical examinations and taking medical histories on all donors through the use of Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Manual, current State and Federal guidelines, OSHA, CLIA, CGMP, all internal company procedures and personal education and experience.
  • Refer to the Center Medical Director when in need of guidance concerning medical or technical issues, including donor safety and eligibility.
  • Provides appropriate counseling to ineligible donor candidates.
  • Engages in set-up, monitor, and disconnect procedures of the plasmapheresis machine and donors.
  • Evaluates and manages donor adverse events.
  • Assists in employee training and coaching regarding medical SOPs as necessary.
  • Ensures donor confidentiality.
  • Maintains accurate and thorough documentation of necessary records.
  • Assists in maintaining a clean, organized and efficient work area, including maintaining supplies necessary to perform job duties
  • Builds rapport with donors to ensure overall customer satisfaction with the center to support long-term donation.
  • Performs general administrative duties, including greeting donors in a friendly manner, answering phones, and assisting center management team as needed.
  • Maintains compliance with all state and federal regulations, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved Standard Operating Procedure Manual, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) and internal company procedures.
  • Reports all unsafe situations or conditions to Center Manager.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Graduate of a recognized educational program.
  2. Currently licensed in the state of position.
  3. Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certified.
  4. Must successfully complete the Medical Supervisor Training Program, and be certified as competent within 90 days of hire.

 

Occupational Demands:

  • Production environment requiring the ability to walk and stand with intermittent sitting, for the entire work shift.
  • Requires frequent leaning, bending, crouching, and reaching above the shoulders and below the knee.
  • Requires frequent lifting up to 5Lbs, and occasional lifting up to 50Lbs.
  • Must have fine motor coordination, depth perception, and ability to hear equipment sounds from a distance.
  • Due to potential exposure to blood borne pathogens (risk level 1), 90% of work tasks require prolonged glove wear.
  • Exposure to sharps, electrical office, and laboratory equipment.
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