Phlebotomist-Full Time

The Phlebotomist is a skilled member of the healthcare team who serves patients by collecting specimens for laboratory testing via venipuncture (straight needles and butterfly/syringe draws) or via skin puncture (fingerstick/ heelstick) procedures.  Phlebotomists, in having direct contact with patients, play a key role in customer satisfaction and service excellence.  Phlebotomists also assist in the clinical lab as needed within scope of their job description.

Key Benefits of this Position:

Day/Evening Position to include every other weekend



Position requires extensive standing, occasional sitting and routine walking

Ability to push/pull up to 50 lbs and lift objects of up to 50 lbs is occasionally required

Position requires extensive close visual work, requiring visual acuity 

Must be able to position patients for phlebotomy


High school diploma or equivalent, required



Previous phlebotomy experience, preferred

Previous clinical laboratory experience, preferred

Previous experience with a Laboratory Information System (LIS), preferred


Phlebotomy Certification, preferred


Required to provide high-quality phlebotomy services for patients in the clinic or laboratory setting. 

Ability to work with patients from neonates to geriatrics. 

Must be able to prioritize work, write clearly, and perform work accurately.

Strong telephone, written and verbal communication skills are essential.

Strong attention to detail, precision, and commitment to accuracy are essential.

Ability to build rapport quickly, develop trust, sustain working relationships, and represent Little Falls Hospital positively with internal and external clients. 

Strong time-management and organizational skills are required. 

Must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications, including but not limited to, Excel, Word, and Power Point. 

For confidential consideration, please contact:

Please complete and submit an Employment Application along with a copy of your most recent resume and cover latter that states your position of interest and salary requirements to






Posted 2/9/2018

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