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  • Why work for a nonprofit?

    Building a career with a mission-driven nonprofit is a rewarding experience:

    • Earn a living while making a difference
    • Feel passionate about what you're doing in support of a life-saving cause
    • Work with industry and community leaders to make a real impact on the lives of others
    • Expand your skillset by working beyond typical boundaries—you'll get to wear many hats and plunge into a variety of activities
    • Enjoy working in a humanitarian organization focused on the needs of individuals and their families—more than just meeting the bottom line
    • Work alongside talented and passionate people who want to make a difference, just like you
  • What types of positions are available with Memorial Blood Centers?

    As diverse as the individuals and client organizations we serve, Memorial Blood Centers offers a variety of employment opportunities: administrative, managerial, phlebotomy experts, donor recruiters, laboratory scientists, and more.

    Memorial Blood Centers looks for a wide range of skills and abilities. Each position is unique, requiring a variety of different skills, talents, and educational or industry experience. While a phlebotomist requires six months of health care experience and a high school diploma, a number of our positions based in the sciences require specific degrees and certifications for success in that role. If you are interested in a specific position, please review our postings and consider how your background meets the educational and experience requirements.

  • What shifts are available?

    Part-time, full-time, and seasonal employment opportunities are available based on the requirements of the position.

  • Where will I be working?

    Job opportunities are available throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin.

  • How do I learn about available positions?

    For the most comprehensive listing of career opportunities, visit our Career Center.

  • How do I apply for a position?

    Visit our Career Center. From there you can search for all available job postings: by category (e.g., quality, sales, collections), or location. To apply for an open position, you will be asked to establish an account with a login and password, create your profile, and develop or upload your resume online, which you will submit electronically. Once you have applied for a position, you may log into the site again to update your profile or apply for additional jobs.

  • What steps are involved in the hiring process?

    Once you have applied through our Career Center, your application is reviewed by Human Resources and the hiring manager. Selected candidates may have a preliminary phone interview, after which the recruitment process may differ based on the position. Applicants may have an interview with HR and the hiring manager. Some positions require more than one interview and some may require background checks such as vehicle, credit, criminal, or education.

    All positions require that applicants successfully complete a drug test. If you are not chosen for an interview, please visit the Career Center website periodically as Memorial Blood Centers continually updates postings when new positions become available. Your resume is kept on file electronically, and can be updated and resubmitted when applying for a suitable position in the future.

  • What is it like to work at Memorial Blood Centers?

    Our employees benefit from a diverse and professional environment that nurtures our core values of integrity, respect, synergy, service and excellence. Whether providing face-to-face interaction with blood donors or sustaining our life-saving mission through business support functions, employees are setting industry standards and making lasting contributions to our community—and beyond.