Our work is vitally important to the NHS. We collect 7,000 blood donations every day in order to provide a constant supply to hospitals. Alongside this we also manage the Organ Donor Register and British Bone Marrow Registry. Each year, our work enables 6,000 peoples lives to be saved or dramatically improved by an organ or cornea transplant. We retrieve and store other tissue, like skin and bone, ready for use in life-saving and life-improving situations, and also manufacture and provide plasma products such as clotting agents.
1. To provide a professional, caring, safe customer focused service to volunteer donors during blood donor sessions.
2. Working as part of a multi skilled and multi disciplinary team to provide excellent standards of clinical care in a highly regulated operational environment
3. To provide a mix of skills including, consistent attention to detail in a busy operational environment, highly developed customer service skills, ability to work as part of a close knit team and an ability to follow strict guidelines that protect donor and patient safety
4. Top act as an ambassador for the Service and with support of a professional Nurse will ensure donors return to donate on a regular basis
5. To work in an environment that insists on continued professional development
6. In undertaking their job roles Donor Carers will be expected to demonstrate excellence and commitment in the following areas:
Ability to work as part of a team
A commitment to personal development and learning
A focus on customer service
All staff must ensure information concerning donors, customers and other members of staff is treated as confidential.
NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) offers a dynamic and friendly working environment where teamwork is highly valued. Personal development is also considered a priority and is supported through extensive training and development opportunities open to all employees.
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