Donor Recruitment Consultant

Adecco is assisting a local client here in San Antonio to fulfill a direct hire opportunity! We are looking for Donor Recruitment Consultants for an establish non-profit company here in San Antonio. 
 
Responsible to achieve established blood collection goals by recruiting community businesses, religious institutions, organizations, and groups to sponsor blood drives. Will educate and inform their members about the functions and needs of the community Blood Donor Program. Conduct all aspects of donor recruitment within assigned areas, including public education, blood drive administration and minority outreach programs.
Commit to and abide by the character of the company's  Core Values of Accountability, Stewardship, Pioneer, Integrity, Respect and Excellence (ASPIRE).
Provide world class customer service by capturing and being responsive to the voice of the customer (including donors) through established feedback channels in order to resolve issues and drive satisfaction in accordance with the BBG customer engagement, feedback, and complaint processes.
Must have a valid driver's license and be at least 21 years old with a good driving record to meet organization driving standards.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
Essential Tasks
• Achieve established blood collection goals within established department guidelines and performance requirements.
• Assure appropriate planning which fosters consistent territorial production goal achievement and within CPUC guidelines.
• Identify, develop and implement creative strategies to attract potential sponsors consistent with organizational goals.
• Must follow and execute steps for 12-week plan (recruitment account timeline) for blood drives.
• Consistently implement recruitment strategies to include timely documentation of all activities/notes in Hemasphere.
• Consistently develop and implement fundamental recruitment plans for each account (Ask/Commit/Remind/Recognize strategy.)
• Develop and maintain effective relationships with blood drive sponsors including maximizing selling opportunities and timely follow up in accordance with the 12-week plan.
• Consistently implement fundamentals of relationship selling, including facilitating executive involvement in serving as champion for blood drive.
• Prospect new organizations and groups to sponsor blood drives.
• Provide educational events to the community regarding the functions and needs of the Blood Donor program and encourage blood drive sponsorship.
• Coordinate community blood drives, and provide organizational and operational support to the sponsoring organization and the assigned Chairperson.
• Arrange all aspects of recruitment drives including scheduling, obtaining volunteers, educational events, and media coverage, when appropriate.
• Maintain accurate and updated records, tracking, and statistical data by completing drive results as required and providing appropriate correspondence.
• Assist with public relations requests to meet departmental, newspaper, radio and television deadlines. Arrange for and assist in the preparation of material for special events, media or visitors.
• Coordinate and work booths at fairs and special events, etc.
• Maintain a close working relationship with recruitment and Donor Services staff, assuring world class service delivery.
• Assist coworkers with completion of assigned job tasks as necessary.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Non-Essential Tasks
• Assist in other recruitment areas as directed.
Education
• Requires an Associate Degree from an accredited college or university in a specialized area.
Knowledge
• Must acquire a thorough working knowledge of all phases of the Blood Donor Program. Must be or become familiar with the community and area serviced.
• Must have a thorough understanding of relationship selling process.
Skills
• Must possess strong sales skills.
• Must have effective planning and time management skills.
• Must have effective, professional presentation skills (small and large groups).
• Must have excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills.
• Must have exceptional active listening skills.
• Must have strong computer skills.
• Must be capable of operating motor vehicles in all types of weather conditions.
Abilities
• Must be a self-starter and self-directed worker, make decisions based on predetermined criteria.
• Must be able to keep information confidential.
• Must be able to manage multiple priorities on an ongoing basis.
• Must be neat in appearance and well groomed.
• Must be professional, detail oriented, self-motivated, innovative, creative, assertive, organized, communicative, and have the ability to work independently.
• Must display ambition and desire to sell.
• Must have the ability to consistently conduct 15-20 face-to-face sales appointments each week.
Working Environment
• Works in well-lighted, air-conditioned and heated vehicle or office environments, but may work in confined spaces and non-climate controlled conditions. May be exposed to electrical and chemical hazards and other conditions common to an office environment. May be required to work at any time of the day, evening or night during the week or weekend to include being on-call. Occasional out of town and overnight stays required.
• Ability to use personal motor vehicle for company business required.
Physical Requirements
• Must be able to drive on behalf of the organization.
• Will sit, stand, walk, and bend during working hours.
• Requires to reach, lift and carry up to 20 lbs.
• Requires manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination.
• Requires normal or corrected vision and hearing corrected to a normal range.
We invest in our people by offering competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and the opportunity to work with the first blood center in America to receive the ISO 9002 accreditation!
All Full Time Positions Qualify for an Affordable and Competitive Benefits Package to include:
• Competitive salary
• 100% Employer Paid Long-term Disability Plan
• Variable Compensation Plan
• 100% Employer Paid AD&D
• Paid Time Off (PTO)
• 100% Employer Paid Employee Assistance Program
• Extended Illness Benefits (EIB)
• Group Health Medical Plan w/prescription coverage
• Shift Differentials
• Variety of Voluntary Supplemental Insurances
• Paid Holidays
• Voluntary Dental Coverage
• Leaves of Absence
• Voluntary Vision
• Educational Assistance Program
• 100% Employer Paid Pension Plan
• 100% Employer Paid Life Insurance

 an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, females, veterans, and disabled individuals. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, genetic data, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other legally protected characteristics. For more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click here. STBTC maintains a Tobacco & Drug-Free Workplace.
 

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