Manage activities of Blood-Donor Recruiters in soliciting blood donations.
What does a Blood-Donor Recruiters Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of BLOOD-DONOR RECRUITERS engaged in soliciting blood donations from employees or members of companies, unions, and fraternal organizations: Selects, trains, and assigns BLOOD-DONOR RECRUITERS. Reviews records and reports to evaluate BLOOD-DONOR RECRUITER performance and recommends personnel action when necessary. Analyzes and resolves work problems, or assists BLOOD-DONOR RECRUITER in solving problems. Interprets blood-bank policies and procedures to staff. Attends management meetings to exchange ideas and information and discuss problems. Assists in preparation of annual budget by providing data and making recommendations. Serves as liaison between donor-enrollment unit and other units of blood bank. Occasionally answers requests for information from prospective or participating blood-donor groups. Occasionally speaks to interested donor groups about blood-bank program.