1. What is the The Blood Center Employment Center?
2. How do I apply for a job?
3. How long does it take to submit an application?
4. What do I do if I have a problem submitting my application?
5. I did not complete my application, how can I finish it?
6. I cannot remember my id/password, how can I retrieve it?
 
1. What is the The Blood Center Employment Center?

The The Blood Center Employment Center is the job information center for The Blood Center. The Employment Center provides information on available jobs and provides a method for job seekers to submit their applications to The Blood Center. The Employment Center is available at anytime and all applications are immediately available for screening by the Employment Center personnel.
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2. How do I apply for a job?

To apply for a job follow these steps:
  • Click the 'Job Opportunities' button.
  • You will be shown a listing of jobs, click the link of the job you would like to apply for.
  • Carefully read the job description. If you meet the qualifications for the job, click the link to apply for the job. If not, click on the 'Job Opportunities' button and select a different job.
  • Provide your personal information and click the 'Continue Application' button.
  • After submission of your personal information the system will generate an ID for you to use for this application. Write this number down. Click the 'Continue Application' button to move to the next page.
  • Answer all of the job related questions and click the 'Continue Application' button.
  • Complete the application. The application gathers pertinent information on your education, previous employment and other questions to include job skills and interest. In addition, it provides a file upload feature for uploading a resume (** Note: The file size cannot exceed 100 KB and must be in the correct format (Word Document, Rich Text File, Text File, HTML or PDF)**.)
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3. How long does it take to submit an application?

To submit an application and have it considered as complete, you must complete two (2) steps; the personal information/prescreen, and the application. The entire process may take about 60 minutes. Items to considered be before starting the process:

  • You will be provided with a User ID and Password. Please remember these in case you have to return to the site to complete the application process.
  • If you plan on uploading a resume, ensure that it does not exceed 100 KB, and the information within the resume is current and matches the information you are entering into the online application.
  • Complete each part of the online application. Your application will not be considered until each part of the application process has been completed.
  • Provide as much information as possible. Do not use your resume as a substitute for entering information in the application.
  • Allow yourself at least 60 un-distracted mintues to complete the application process.
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4. What do I do if I have problems submitting the application?

If you are having problems submitting your application or have questions during the application process, contact Technical Support at 1-800-856-0217 Ext 5.
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5. I did not complete my application, how can I finish it?

If you did not complete your application, click on the following link:

Completing an incomplete application

This page will allow you to log into the Employment Center and continue the application process.
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6. I cannot remember my id/password, how can I retrieve it?

If you cannot remember your User ID and/or password, click on the following link:

Forgot your UserID and/or Password

If an email address was provided during the application process, the email address can be entered and submitted. The User ID and Password will be sent to that address. Once received, go to the Completing an incomplete application page and log in.