Vitalant is currently seeking a dedicated Lead Clinical Specialist, Registered Nurse to join our team and be a part of our lifesaving mission and vision. The Lead Clinical Specialist plays a pivotal role in performing advanced clinical procedures, which include therapeutic apheresis, stem cell, granulocyte, and lymphocyte collections, under the guidance of a licensed physician.
What to Expect:
Schedule: Monday through Friday - Day Shift (start time may vary)
on-call (every 4th or 5th week) once trained
Travel: Philadelphia local, Hershey-Potentially 1x per week; Montvale, NJ potentially 1x per month;
Our comprehensive total rewards support you, your family, and your future with:
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance
- 401K + 5% company match
- Tuition assistance up to $5k per year
- Free basic life and AD&D insurance
- Free short-and-long-term disability insurance
- Paid time off
- Recognition and perks
As a Registered Nurse, you’ll get to:
- work autonomously in various clinical settings.
- coordinate with physicians and nurses from different hospitals for therapeutic treatments.
- utilize your clinical judgment to ensure appropriate and safe apheresis treatments.
- act as a clinical consultant for patient treatment planning.
- Associate's degree required
- Bachelor's degree preferred
- Knowledge of rationale and techniques relating to assigned duties required.
- RN license in state of practice required.
- Current CPR certificate preferred.
- Valid driver's license is required.
Vitalant is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit blood and biotherapies healthcare organizations, providing hospitals and patients across the U.S. a safe blood supply, specialized laboratory services, transfusion medicine expertise and world-renowned research. We have a network of 115 donation centers across the U.S. and host approximately 60,000 blood drives annually. Vitalant provides blood and special services to patients in more than 900 hospitals across the U.S. where millions of people depend on blood donations from our generous donors.
Vitalant is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace built on a foundation of respect, integrity, teamwork, and excellence. Through our DEI strategic plan, we create opportunities for employees of all backgrounds to feel valued, seen and heard. We believe this mission drives creativity and innovation, as employees experience an environment conducive to personal growth and career development.
As an essential operation to the nation’s healthcare infrastructure and a science-based organization, Vitalant believes that being vaccinated helps provide protection and care for our employees, our donors, their families, and the broader community.
Vitalant requires employee’s to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment. Individuals applying for this position should be prepared to comply with Vitalant’s Covid-19 vaccination policy unless an approved exemption exists prior to the start of employment. Compliance with Vitalant’s COVID-19 policy will require individuals to complete one of the following: Receive the first shot of a two-dose vaccination series to start employment, and the second shot of the series within 8 weeks of the first Receive the first and final shot of a single-dose vaccination prior to the start of employment.Must comply with all hospital contract requirements.
Our organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail to Careers@vitalant.org to let us know the nature of your request.
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