New York Blood Center Enterprises

Immunohematologist -Clinical Lab Technologist

Job Locations US-NY-Long Island City
Job ID
Clinical Laboratory


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.


As a key member of our team the Immunohematologist will perform simple to moderate serological investigations on samples from a patient population that is ethnically diverse, sensitized, and generally transfusion dependent. 


Responsibilities include:

  • Tests patient and donor samples received for consultation.
  • Performs basic to moderate immunohematology techniques.
  • Reports findings to appropriate staff, providing interim reports as needed.
  • Monitors the inventory and distribution of antigen-negative donor blood.
  • Enters and maintains data and records in computerized systems and in handwritten format and generates reports from the data.
  • Consults with internal and external clients on a variety of issues related to immunohematology.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Laboratory Science, Medical Technology or related field.
  • NYS Clinical Laboratory Technologist license required.
  • Up to one year of laboratory experience
  • Ability to effectively plan and execute projects.
  • Computer proficiency, excellent oral/written communication and multitasking skills
  • Ability to work independently and without direct supervision



Unless otherwise specified, all posted opportunities are located in the New York or Greater Tri-State office locations


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