We’re in the business of saving lives. If you share that same passion, join our team!

Positions at TBC range from phlebotomy, donor recruiter, lab technician to everything in between. We hope you’ll find your fit. 

Mobile Operations

Mobile phlebotomists are the face of The Blood Connection. They collect the life-saving blood from donors that supply our community hospitals. Mobile staging is responsible for getting our mobiles ready for blood drives by packing the necessary supplies.

*On the job training. No experience necessary.*


The recruitment team make sure donors and blood drive hosts have the best experience from start to finish. They’re the smiling and passionate people who recruit donors and schedule blood drives around the community.

Marketing & PR

The Marketing Department makes sure the community knows about The Blood Connection’s mission. This team creates fun and engaging marketing campaigns to attract donors to centers and blood drives.

Human Resources

This team hires new team members, provides on-boarding curriculum, and handles employee relations. They make sure every employee at The Blood Connection is cared for and valued.


Because The Blood Connection relies heavily on technology, the IT department helps keep things up and running. This team fixes technical issues, and installs and maintains necessary equipment to help employees save lives.


This team of problem-solvers manages all facilities, including collection centers and mobiles. They are an essential part in keeping all collection sites running smoothly.

Biologics Processing

These team members handle the processing of blood products. After the blood comes in from a blood drive, it’s this team’s responsibility to get it ready for hospitals as quickly as possible. This is a vital step in the products’ journey to saving lives. 

*On the job training. No experience necessary.*

Quality Systems

TBC has an entire department dedicated to quality control. This team ensures everything is up to par with federal, state, and local blood manufacturing regulations, keeping track of every incident to maintain high standards as the community’s blood center. 

Reference Lab

This team handles tough cases that come to TBC. When a hospital needs help identifying what type of blood a particular patient needs, these investigators test and investigate how to best treat that patient.

*Degree required* 

Testing Laboratory

This team tests each unit of donated blood to ensure it is safe for transfusion to a hospital patient. It is an extremely important role in getting life-saving blood products to those whose lives depend on it.

Cellular Therapy

This team helps collect, process and store cellular therapy products that predominately include stem cells. These blood-forming cells are used to treat a variety of life-threatening diseases originating in or involving the bone marrow. Such diseases include myeloma, leukemia, and lymphoma.

Center Collections

This team makes donating at TBC collection centers the best experience possible. These roles included phlebotomists and front desk greeters who welcome guests to the centers. Center phlebotomists collect platelets, plasma, red cells, as well as whole blood to provide more products and services to our hospitals.


Couriers are dedicated to getting local patients the life-saving blood products they need. Every day, they efficiently transport blood products to hospital partners throughout the region as well as take supplies to collection centers.

EEO/AAP Notice

The Blood Connection is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected
veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

Equal Employment Opportunity Posters
If you’d like to view a copy of the company’s affirmative action plan or policy statement, please call us.


General Notice

TBC is a Drug Free and Tobacco Free Workplace. 
Federal Law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. This is completed through the Federal Form I-9 and E-Verify. Learn more about the employment verification process.

ADA Reasonable Accommodations

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), The Blood Connection will provide reasonable accommodations as needed on a case-by-case basis for qualified applicants. If you are unable to use or access our application website as a result of your disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation by emailing accommodations@thebloodconnection.org  with your contact information and the nature of your accessibility issue. Only inquiries concerning requests for reasonable accommodations will be responded to. Please do not direct any general employment related questions to this email, as they will be not be evaluated.