*Internal applications only*
An opportunity has arisen for experienced and enthusiastic individual to join our Phlebotomy Team at The Princess Royal Hospital, Telford, The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shrewsbury and Whitchurch Community Hospital working on Wards, Outpatients and at Surgeries in the local area.
We are advertising for One part time position of 20 hours per week, working 5 hours per day over 7 days. This will include weekends and bank holidays worked on a rotational basis.
The successful candidate must have experience as a Phlebotomist, should have excellent communication skills, be able to work under pressure with the ability to record data accurately, have an approachable nature and the ability to fulfil the travel requirements. Previous experience working as a supervisor is essential.
Full and extensive departmental training will be given. Shifts will vary according to service needs so flexibility is important.
Main duties of the job
The main duties of the role will include;
Collection of blood samples by arm venepuncture in any of the above settings.
Collection of samples using the coaguchek equipment.
Undertake phlebotomy that requires special skill and experience from patients 1 year and over
Recording and labelling of samples.
Collection and recording of relevant statistics.
Delivery of samples to the laboratory: generally by hand, via the hospital vacuum air tube system, by portering staff and transport systems.
Working for our organisation
The Phlebotomy Department at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) have highly trained Phlebotomists with caring qualities and compassion for people. They have many years of experience in blood collection and cover in patients and outpatients across Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin. As of April 2021 there are 512,966 patients in the area. In 2019-2020 The Phlebotomy Team at SaTH took blood samples from 279,334 patients.
Detailed job description and main responsibilities
For full duties and responsibilities please refer to the attached document entitled Job Description.
Good general education up to GCSE including Maths, English and Science at grades 9 - 4 or equivalent.
NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) or the equivalent level of experience in a relevant role
ECDL or equivalent
First Aid at Work certificate
Relevant experience in a general phlebotomy department
Experience in a supervisory role
Experience of Paediatric venepuncture
Experience in phlebotomy mentoring
Good communication skills