Registered Nurse


Under the direction of the Responsible Physician (Medical Director) and the Director of the appropriate department, or his/her designee, provides direction, assistance, and leadership for subordinate medical personnel, insures that organizational policies, procedures, and quality system essentials are followed, provides an exceptional experience, and follows all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to assure safety.


  • Valid California Registered Nurse license


  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail
  • Valid healthcare Provider CPR Card
  • Ability to drive from one location to another
  • Ability to acknowledge verbal and non-verbal cues and respond appropriately
  • Ability to provide leadership in a team environment
  • Ability to work independently with attention to detail ensuring adherence to quality standards
  • Ability to problem solve and make appropriate decisions
  • Knowledge of departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and departmental policies related to position
  • Ability to engage in and encourage creative problem solving

EQUIPMENT USED (not all inclusive)

  • Laptop or desktop computer
  • Digital scale
  • Heat sealer
  • Digital thermometer
  • Sphygmomanometer
  • ABX


  • Achieve individual site goals
  • Participate in obtaining organizational goals
  • Perform all tasks according to SOPs
    • Understand organizational policies and procedures to use as resources to ensure eligibility requirements
  • Accurately complete all paperwork and electronic documentation
  • Label products, tubes and records accurately
  • Perform procedures proficiently
  • Perform secondary reviews to meet regulatory and organizational procedures
  • Accurately perform final RN “red initial” review
  • Perform all documentation, including reviews, either manually or by computer to meet regulatory and organizational procedures and SOPs in accordance with cGMP
  • Appropriately assign daily tasks, including breaks and lunches, to effectively manage flow to prevent backups in various areas
    • Outline a daily plan that assigns alternate tasks for times of decreased traffic
    • Work with scheduler or designee to address and resolve staffing issues and concerns
    • Ask staff for assistance with necessary tasks when needed and facilitate a ‘team” approach
    • If number of staff appears inadequate, discuss situation with Director or Scheduler as well as utilizing auxiliary personnel who are cross trained
    • Assess the next day’s staffing; anticipate issues which may occur, and consult with Director or Scheduler when necessary
    • Effectively monitor number of staff and take action when necessary to adjust needs
  • Promote a positive team environment by using and encouraging appropriate “on-stage” conversations and provide leadership needed to maintain premiere care, customer safety, and satisfaction during processes
  • Consistently enforce organizational work policies as outlined in the Employee Handbook across all staff by addressing concerns to administration promptly
  • Work with staff to insure that weekly and daily goals are met by scheduling and collecting products; insure accurate record keeping regarding these procedures
  • Perform and supervise others performing the following functions:
    • Knowledge of regulations and requirements
    • Determine/supervise functions through continuous monitoring, calculations and documentation, and annual volume loss
    • Thorough knowledge regarding use of equipment, including set-up, start procedure, monitoring of parameters, discontinuation, follow-up, and care of all collected products
    • Recognition and treatment of patient reactions
    • Training and competency performed for all staff
    • Troubleshooting and how to contact manufacturer for assistance
    • Ensure that routine maintenance of devices are completed by due date
  • Accurately review Quality Control (QC) and maintenance records as well as Equipment Event Logs in a timely manner and act/follow up on significant results
  • Assist with training and competency assessment when needed
  • Is immediately in charge of the employees who determine eligibility and collect product when the Responsible Physician (Medical Director) is not on the premises.
  • Ensure confidentiality
  • Contact Responsible Physician (Medical Director) as necessary regarding eligibility issues which must be determined by the Responsible Physician (Medical Director)


  • Actively participates in establishing and maintaining at all times, a positive professional attitude towards the public, volunteers, and fellow employees
  • The ability to recognize or prevent reactions
  • Ensure that screening areas are clean, well stocked, and organized at all times by delegating responsibilities
  • Maintain appropriate computer skills where required
  • Float between fixed site and mobile
  • Assist in set-up and dismantling equipment according to established plan
  • Ability to travel several hours with the mobile unit
  • Assist in training new Phlebotomists under the supervision and at the request of management
  • Act as an ambassador of the organization within the community to educate the public to increase use of services community awareness


This job description describes a general category of jobs. Employees may be assigned other duties, in addition to or in lieu of those described, as deemed necessary.


1. Ability to lift, carry, push or pull up to 40 pounds

2. Work in an air conditioned building or mobile site

3. Potential exposure to biohazardous materials

4. Ability to stand, bend and sit for long periods of time



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3-5 years
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