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Phlebotomist/Spec Proc Tech I Per-Diem

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center & Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Job Location
Seattle, WA
Job Description

- This position reports directly to and works closely with the Specimen Processing Supervisor regarding operational procedures to assure patient care activity is thoroughly and consistently supported in a timely manner
- Promotes and maintains an environment which supports the right to privacy for patients and staff and maintains patient information, patient records, and SCCA strategic plans in a confidential manner.
- This role supports processes, services, functions and communication that promote and sustain health care delivery based on the model and values of "Patient and Family Centered Care.

- Performs venipuncture phlebotomy in the collection of blood specimens from patients, staff, donors and research participants.
- Works efficiently to minimize patient wait times.
- Performs specimen processing of blood specimens.
- Promotes and maintains effective & professional communication with patients, clients, coworkers and SCCA colleagues.
- The incumbent works with limited supervision in performing daily work responsibilities.

- High school graduation or the equivalent.
- Completion of phlebotomy training course and/or one year of professional phlebotomy practice.
- Ability to communicate effectively and professionally
- Preferred specimen handling and processing experience including, accessioning,
- centrifuge, aliquoting, blood banking and sendouts. Multi-lingual preferred.
- WA State MA/Phlebotomist certification (sponsored by SCCA) (if competency assessment and training are complete)
- Knowledgeof basic medical terminology.
- Ability tolift 25 lbs.

If interested, please apply online at

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