Lab PAA/Phlebotomist | Draw Stations

UF Health Physicians - Gainesville

Job ID: 88717
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Department: Draw Stations
Shift/Days: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday-Friday
Posted FTE: 1.00 = 40 Hours

Job Opening Summary

Performs routine and advanced venipuncture and other specimen collection procedures. Under direct supervision, performs routine laboratory analytical procedures related to preparing and storing human biological samples, blood and body fluids for microbiological, hematological, immunohematological and chemical analysis. Releases and/or places orders in hospital and laboratory computer systems. Receives, processes and distributes specimens and/or blood products. Performs various pre-analytical functions, including loading samples onto analyzers, preparing slides for staining, and preparing samples for transport to other laboratories.
 

Job Opening Qualifications

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:

  • High school graduate or equivalent.
  • Requires completion of phlebotomy training program or 6 months of recent phlebotomy experience (clinical or hospital-based preferred).
  • In addition, one or more of the following is preferred:
    • Graduation from a certified health-related program at high school level or above.
    • Successful completion of advanced placement courses in the sciences at the high school level.
    • Successful completion of science-based studies at college level (minimum 3 credit hours). Prefer GPA of 3.0 or above.
  • Must have computer operational skills using a personal computer, laboratory system or other hospital information system.
  • Applicant should display initiative, have the ability to multitask, and be able to take on responsibilities.
  • Proven ability to problem solve and be a team member is essential.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal, customer service and communication skills.
  • Current CPR certification is required.


Licensure/Certification/Registration:

  • Current CPR certification is required.


Minimum Pay Rate - Hourly: $17.10
Midpoint Pay Rate - Hourly: $20.13

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UF Health Physicians - Gainesville
Gainesville, FL 32610



Why Work With UF Health

Benefits
Benefits to fit your life.

As you would expect from an organization this size, our core benefits include medical insurance and prescription drug plans, short-term and long-term disability, life insurance, generous paid time off, 10 paid holidays per year and an employee assistance plan. Voluntary benefits include tuition reimbursement, dependent care and health care reimbursement accounts, dental insurance, vision plan and more. Retirement benefits include a 403(b) plan.

About UF Health
About UF Health

UF Health Shands is recognized as Florida’s premier hospital system, thanks to our commitment to quality clinical care that yields outstanding outcomes and continually earns us national recognition. It is our privilege to offer distinguished, patient-centered care and build upon our role as the state’s premier provider of medical expertise and specialties.

UF Health ranks 53rd on the 2021 Forbes list of Florida’s 100 best workplaces and ranks 31st on their list of best workplaces in the nation for women. UF Health Shands Hospital was included in Indeed’s list of the “2019 Top-Rated Workplaces” for hospitals, which recognizes the 25 “Best Hospitals” in the U.S. We are number 20.

Gainesville, Newberry, Old Town
Welcome to Gainesville, Newberry & Old Town.

With an average high of 65 degrees in January, you rarely hear the terms “wind chill factor” and “freezing rain” in Gainesville — unless you happen to be watching a national weather forecast. Mild winters and warm summers are par for the course in the Sunshine State. With its beautiful natural landscape, nearby freshwater springs and stunning prairies, Gainesville has been called an “urban forest.”

There’s more to the climate in Gainesville than the weather and scenic environment. Gainesville is home to the University of Florida, the nation’s 5th-ranked public university, and the Florida Gators. There is a climate of innovation and entrepreneurship that has resulted in the creation of a substantial number of new businesses in recent years, making the city especially attractive for dual-career families. There has been a continuing expansion of museums and theaters, as well as the preservation of landmarks like Gilchrist Blue Springs and Ichetucknee Springs. The towns of Newberry, Old Town, Micanopy, Alachua and High Springs add to the local charm and to the area’s appeal for families.

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