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Grifols Shared Services North America, Inc Plasma Center Supervisor in Hinesville, Georgia

Plasma Center Supervisor

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Job Location

Hinesville Plasma Center - Hinesville, GA

Position Type

Full Time

Education Level

Not Specified

Travel Percentage


Job Shift


Job Category

Health Care


This Plasma Center Supervisor will supervise the production areas (Plasma Processing, Medical Reception and/or Pheresis Area). Monitor and direct an efficient flow of staff and customers to facilitate quality center operations. Will also serve as staff in production area(s) as needed therefore, the Center Supervisor will be knowledgeable and certified in all areas of Biomedical Technician responsibilities.


  • Education Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. Proficiency in the use of English andmathematics. Course work in the medical field desirable.


  • Experience Requirements: Six months successful and positive work experience as a Team Lead preferred or one year supervisory experience required with the ability to be certified as aTeam Lead within 6 months of employment.


  • Other Essential Knowledge: Good reading skills; able to communicate instructions and procedures verbally and by demonstration. High level of attention to detail. Manual and hand-eye dexterity; able to work in a fast paced environment involving multiple details; flexibility in accepting changes in work environment; able to work with figures, print or write neatly and legibly, record numbers. Ability to use all instruments in area of specialization accurately and efficiently. May also utilize office equipment and computer terminal, requiring light typing skills. Knowledge of basic computer applications; such as Excel, Word is required or ability to obtain computer experience within six months. Uses basic mathematics. Able to work with people pleasantly, while still maintaining an efficient work environment. May require CPR certification, some knowledge of health issues. Assuring quality of procedures and proper documentation; instrument event logs, calibration logs, cleaning and maintenance logs. May be responsible for monitoring donor fees for accuracy.