New York Blood Center

P.A.T. Specialist

Job Locations US-NY-Elmsford
Job ID
Clinical Laboratory
Regular Full-Time
Minimum Rate
USD $16.50/Hr.


At New York Blood Center, one of the most comprehensive blood centers in the world, our focus is on cultivating excellence by merging cutting-edge innovation with diligent customer service, groundbreaking research, and comprehensive program and service development. Join us as we work towards meeting and exceeding the growing needs of our diverse communities, further our lifesaving strategic goals in a rapidly changing environment, and expand our impact on the local, national, and global communities we serve.


Perform perioperative cell salvage in the Operating Room setting. Perform other procedures which required manipulation of blood in the perioperative arena, ambulatory surgery arena and dental offices.  When on call, this position will cover the Lower Hudson Valley such as Lower Westchester, the Bronx, and parts of Manhattan.  You may have to travel to hospitals throughout the Tri-State area.  Travel may be as far out as Danbury, CT; Long Island; and New Jersey.



Education: High School diploma required. Bachelor degree preferred. Successful completion of NYBC PAT Specialist Program.


Experience: Prior employment as a PAT Specialist, hospital experience or background in a health related field preferred. i.e. RN, LPN, EMT, Bio-medical technician. Previous cell salvage or surgical experience preferred.


Skills and Abilities: Ability to cope with flexible scheduling, expanding geographic territory, and on-call.    Must have the ability to work independently and communicate professionally with hospital staff. Ability to be on-call and travel to hospitals throughout service area.  Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.  Travel will be in the Lower Hudson Valley such as Lower Westchester, the Bronx and parts of Manhattan.


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