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Entry Level Phlebotomist

Entry Level Phlebotomist Temporary Training Program Details

East Side Clinical Laboratory, a leader in the medical laboratory industry, is seeking entry level to no experience phlebotomists to come join and be a part of their exciting, growing team!  

Entry Level Phlebotomist Applicants who have minimal or no experience for the Temporary Training Program should be applicants who have drawn on a wide array of patients during their clinical internship / externship; children, adults, elderly.  These applicants should be skilled with both butterfly and straight needles, and have some data entry / computer skills.  ASCP Certification is a plus but not required. The Entry Level Temporary Training Phlebotomist Positions are PAID positions.  Hours and training locations will vary, but will certainly be discussed prior to interview.

Bilingual Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply

Schedule

Monday thru Friday, Varied Hours / 8 hour days with a Saturday Rotation
Full-time / 40 hours at a Branch in RI or MA
Flexibility Required 

Requirements:

Must have received Phlebotomy Certificate 
Must have completed a Clinical Internship and/or Externship *Outside of the School's Program
Must have completed a minimum of 100 draws

The above requirements are strongly recommended to be listed on your resume for consideration.

These above requirements MUST be met for consideration into this program.  

Without all 3 requirements we cannot employ due to liability reasons.  

Candidates will need to show proof of their clinical internship and / or externship conducted as well as provide a copy of their phlebotomy certificate if chosen for the position.

Program lasts between 4 weeks to 5 weeks depending on Supervisor/Trainer's evaluation of the Candidate's work.

Candidates are observed and evaluated in all skill areas of phlebotomy which include but are not limited to;

drawing skills
computer skills / data entry
customer service
as well as punctuality, attendance, overall professionalism 

Training program is NOT GUARANTEED.  However, Candidates are evaluated and if they do well during the program they may be offered a permanent position, either Full-Time or Part-Time.

THESE ARE ONGOING OPEN POSITIONS THAT WE CONTINUOUSLY FILL FOR PERIODICALLY 

East Side Clinical Laboratory is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

“All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status.  East Side Clinical Laboratories takes affirmative action in support of its policy to advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.”

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