The Community Blood Center is seeking an Equipment Coordinator for our Blood Collections Department. In this role you would be responsible for procurement of new equipment, development of standard operating procedures specific to use of the equipment and coordination and/or completion of required quality control, maintenance and repair of equipment that is essential to Donor Services/Collections Operations. This includes but is not limited to equipment supporting whole blood and apheresis collections, as well as supply storage temperature monitoring functions. Ensuring necessary equipment is operational and available for use at all collection locations.
Come work for an organization that gives back – our mission is to: connect lives, share life!
Our organization’s promise and mission is fulfilled through an intricate network of individuals and groups, harnessing their singular focus to assist patients in their time of need. When you join The Community Blood Center, you're helping to save lives right here in our community.
• Responsible for multiple priorities simultaneously while working independently, with the end user of the equipment, and/or other members of a project team
• Manage and/or actively participate in projects related to equipment implementation and/or upgrades
• Perform market research and gather data and information for presentation to department management in the evaluation of prospective equipment purchases
• Apply critical thinking to identify potential obstacles when evaluating prospective new equipment with regards to its intended use at The Community Blood Center
• Serve as project lead for the implementation of new equipment and/or revised standard operating procedures
• Implement new equipment by developing standard operating procedures and validation/verification plans in compliance with manufacturer and regulatory requirements
• Acquire and maintain service contracts for equipment that requires vendor performed repair and/or maintenance
• Collaborate with members of other departments to ensure proper validation/verification, regulatory, calibration, and storage requirements are satisfied
• Schedule and perform the cleaning, maintenance, and repair activities for collections equipment in accordance with manufacturer recommendations and CBC procedures in a manner that ensures timely completion according to requirements
• Maintain records for equipment quality control and maintenance with meticulous attention to detail
• Assist in implementation of safe and efficient processes related to the mobile fleet, including pre-drive/post-drive activities
• Perform validations and verifications of new or repaired equipment
• Create, maintain and revise user training modules and guides for equipment related procedures; conduct training as necessary for relevant process revisions and implementations
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, SKILLS:
• Bachelor's degree desired, or equivalent related work experience
• Minimum of one year experience writing and/or knowledge and understanding of technical documents, preferably in a similarly regulated industry
• Demonstrated ability to work independently, manage multiple priorities, and coordinate the actions of others
• High level of computer skills required
• Strong interpersonal and time management skills
• Excellent organizational, oral, and written communication skills
• Skilled in accurate documentation with strong emphasis on detail
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The Community Blood Center
4406 W. Spencer St.
Appleton, WI 54914
The Community Blood Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran