Receptionist/Administrator, Lucan

 

Phlebotomists

 

  • Locations: Wexford, Dublin, Dundalk and Drogheda
  • Proposed start: As soon as possible
  • Hours: Various hours available to a maximum of 40 hours per week
  • Working Pattern: Days and times dependent of location and availability of the candidate.

 

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Using technical equipment to safely draw blood from patients

    ·      Explaining the process of drawing blood clearly to a patient

    ·      Reassuring nervous patients

    ·      Applying dressings to the wound created by drawing blood

    ·      Registering the blood and storing it in the correct environment

    ·      Sending blood samples to testing laboratories

    ·      Keeping track of blood samples and results that are returned after testing

    ·      Updating patient records

    ·      Maintaining an organised and clean work area based on health and safety regulations and the guidelines of the medical institution 

    ·      Answering patient questions regarding collection techniques and offering additional resources

    ·      Completed Sharps training and familiar with Sharps Policy and HCW immunisation Policy

    ·      Takes responsibility for own immunisation status and informs manager/employer

    ·      Communicating any clinical issues with their clinical advisor (Nurse/Doctor)

    ·      Noting and reporting any potential vulnerable patient or child protection issues promptly and in line with their training and obligations to their supervising Nurse/Doctor

 

Position Requirements:

  • Must hold recognised qualification in phlebotomy and be proficient in this area
  • Must hold recognised qualification in clinical skills as outlined in roles and responsibilities
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and telephone skills
  • Computer literate
  • Commitment to courteous, sincere and sensitive patient service
  • Commitment to quality and excellent patient care in the practice
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Flexibility with working location
  • Ability to work well within a team and to liaise with nurses and doctors

 

Key Skills:

Patient Focus

  • The ability to remain calm, professional and polite in dealing with our patients and colleagues

Personal Integrity

  • Be professional in your approach to your work
  • Be honest and reliable
  • Be trustworthy and respectful

Team Work

  • Build and maintain good relationships with all colleagues
  • Be willing to take on jobs to balance the team workload
  • Aim to communicate well with people at all levels

Managing Change

  • Welcome and embrace change, with a positive attitude

Develop yourself and others

  • Be motivated to learn and develop
  • Support, encourage and motivate others
  • Coach, guide and give constructive feedback to others

 

 

Key Experience:

  • Excellent written and spoken English is a requirement for this role

 

For further information regarding this role or to submit a C.V. please contact Jessica Reilly (jessica.reilly@centrichealth.ie) on 01 299 3500 in confidence.

 

Centric Health is an equal opportunities employer