From phlebotomists and facilities technicians to couriers and call center agents, we all make a difference in saving lives – every day. It’s a job perk that’s hard to explain, but you’ll know it when you experience it for yourself.
Saving lives is just one of the many benefits of working for our organization.
Competitive benefits include:
- Competitive salary – read the latest on entry level and phlebotomist pay
- Generous paid time off (PTO)
- 401(k) with employer contribution
- Extended illness benefits (EIB)
- Paid holidays
- Group medical plan with pharmacy coverage
- Dental and vision plans
- 100% employer paid life insurance
- 100% employer paid AD&D
- 100% employer paid employee assistance program (EAP)
- Tuition reimbursement
- Legal protection plan
- Shift differentials
- On-the-job training
HEAR FROM OUR EMPLOYEES
Frequently Asked Questions
I submitted my application, when should I expect to hear a response?
- A Carter BloodCare recruiter from human resources will review your application to ensure you meet the minimum qualifications
- Qualified candidates will receive an assessment link via email
- Successful assessments are sent to the hiring manager, and interview will be scheduled
- If you are selected for the position, a Carter BloodCare recruiter will call you to extend an offer and begin the pre-employment process
- If you do not meet the minimum qualifications for the position, you will still receive an automated email that your application was received.
Reminder: Throughout the process, please check your voicemails and emails for communication regarding next steps
How do I contact a recruiter?
Please use the Contact Us feature to ask your question and the appropriate team member will respond.
What types of benefits does Carter BloodCare offer?
At Carter BloodCare, your physical, mental, and financial well-being are important to us which is why we offer a wide variety of high quality benefit options for you and your family including medical, dental and vision plans; generous paid time off; 7 paid holidays which includes one floating day of your choice; tuition reimbursement; employee assistance program; and 401k retirement programs. Additionally, Carter BloodCare provides you the opportunity to enroll in voluntary benefits including flexible spending account (FSA), accident, and cancer, life, and disability plans.
How do I know if you received my application?
You will receive an email confirmation thanking you for your application and that it is under review. If you do not receive this email, most likely the application was not completed and further action on your part is necessary in order to proceed.
I was not hired for a specific job. Am I able to apply for other jobs?
We highly encourage you to apply for any, and as many, jobs for which you are qualified.
Are there growth opportunities available?
Yes, we care about your professional development. Whether it is an opportunity within your current (or a new) department, we give consideration to all internal candidates who apply and meet qualification requirements. All available openings with Carter BloodCare are posted on our internal job board.
How do I find out the pay for a position?
Use our Contact Us feature to inquire about the pay for a specific position. Please note, higher compensation within the starting range will be dependent on verified work-related experience.
Entry-level positions start at $16.50 an hour, and phlebotomists start at $17.50 an hour.
What does Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) mean?
As an EEO/Affirmative Action employer, Carter BloodCare provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants and will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an employee’s or applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, genetic, and veteran or disability status. We encourage those with any of the following status’ to apply: Veteran / Disability / Minority / Women
Am I required to have previous medical or health care experience for your positions?
While some positions will require specific experience, there are plenty of opportunities for which hands-on training is provided.
Are there any entry-level positions?
Yes. Many of our positions will provide training, including clerical and laboratory settings. These range from phlebotomists, call center agents, warehouse technicians, to production technicians and many more!
Minimum requirements are a high school diploma or GED, and six months of general work experience (blood center-related work experience not required).
What is the minimum age requirement to be employed at Carter BloodCare?
Employees must be at least 18 years old.
Are there any internship / externship opportunities?
At this time, we do not offer internship or externship opportunities.
How do I make an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodation request?
If you have already been in contact with a recruiter, let them know you would like to make a request. If you have not spoken with someone, use the Contact Us feature.