Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON. – 3 October 2013
• Conduct quality control to ensure that all information is captured correctly • Organized, scanned and created files in electronic filing system (REFS). • Boxed files and entered them in iRIMS system for off-site storage. • Marking boxes systematically with pertinent information for accurate retrieval and control • Creating and constructing physical and virtual boxes • Opening and removing contents for inspection • Lifting and carrying 20-30 lb. boxes daily • Photocopied. • Created labels for outgoing mail in word. • Created binders. • Created labels to put on tabs in word. • Entered data into excel spread sheet. • Worked with Microsoft Word, Excel, windows XP and Adobe Reader X.
Management was good. The hardest part of this job was learning their electronic filing system. I enjoyed all of the jobs love being busy and being organised.
Blood Donor (Current Employee) – Bowmanville, ON – 15 March 2018
I do not work here but as a donor, everyone is very informative and respectful. I enjoy the atmosphere greatly. Everyone is personable and friendly. They are very calm, collected and ensure that you, and everyone is safe and comfortable.
Highly regulated company to protect the Canadian Blood Supply
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 March 2018
I have been employed with Canadian Blood Services for 20 years and have held several positions. I have thoroughly enjoyed working here and have had many opportunities including working with volunteer donors since 1998. I have worked with cancer patients collecting their stem cells for stem cell transplants since 2008.
Canadian Blood Services is moving more and more toward being a blood manufacturer and less focus is on the donors and the patients. This is why I am wanting to change companies and continue to work with patients and give excellent nursing care as my RN training has prepared me to do as well as my work experience.
Staff appreciation lunches
more focus is on money and less on the donors/patients