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After long distinguished careers, two of our Reference Laboratory Technologists are retiring. We are beginning the search for experienced transfusion professionals with their SBB certification to join our team of blood bank laboratory professionals. The reference laboratory performs clinical and research activities in order to meet customers demands. We provide guidance and transfusion recommendations to local hospital customers using serologic and molecular testing methods.
We offer a highly competitive benefit package including medical, vision, dental, life and supplemental insurance options, 401(k) with employer contribution and match, tuition assistance and generous paid time off (PTO).
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Must be SBB certified. Current enrollment in a certified SBB program may be considered.
Internal Number: 19-0251
About Community Blood Center/Community Tissue Services
Community Blood Center/Community Tissue Services operates solely to satisfy the need for blood, allograft tissue and specialized laboratory services. As a not-for-profit, 501c(3) organization, CBC/CTS delivers the confidence and tradition of 50 years of service to those hospitals it serves.
Both the American Association of Blood Banks and the American Association of Tissue Banks accredit CBC/CTS. CBC is also a member of America's Blood Centers, a national network of non-profit, local, independent community blood centers that collect about half (47 percent) of the U.S. blood supply.
The Community Blood Center (CBC) began operation in September 1964 in the Fidelity Medical Building on South Main Street in Dayton, Ohio. CBC was established to meet the vital need for a centralized system of blood banking to effectively aid local area patients. In 1964, CBC served two Dayton area hospitals, and by 1965 had expanded to providing the blood product requirements of all general hospitals in Dayton. Since 1967, CBC has grown to its current service area of 24 hospitals in 15 counties.