- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Mission: BioLife is committed to safety: through superior service we strive to ensure the safety of our donors and the patients who receive life-saving plasma-based therapeutics.
BioLife is committed to safety: through superior service we strive to ensure the safety of our donors and the patients who receive life-saving plasma-based therapeutics.
Here, everyone matters, and you will be a vital contributor to our inspiring, bold mission. You will make an impact on people’s lives and your own.
Ian Long, Center Manager
"A major positive aspect is the actual involvement in career progression, including promotions, training, and placement. My goals and future success has always been top of mind and I was given the tools to succeed. Performance and acumen are recognized and sought out, where I have never felt my ambition or tenacity has ever been stifled."
BioLife Plasma Services is part of Takeda TKPHF (OTCMKTS), the leading global biotechnology company focused on serving people affected by rare diseases and highly specialized conditions.
We have a vast network of centers where our employees come to work every day with a shared mission: to develop and deliver breakthrough therapies for the hundreds of millions of people in the world affected by rare diseases.
BioLife Plasma's continued growth throughout the U.S. has been possible due to our employees and the incredible experiences they provide cutomers. Check out our current openings as well as soon-to-come plasma centers!
As BioLife Plasma continues to grow throughout the U.S., we are looking for self-motivated individuals to enter our Management Trainee Program with the goal to become an Assistant Manager or a Quality Manager of a BioLife Plasma Center.
By joining our Manager Trainee (MT) program, you have the opportunity to build upon your current leadership skills, travel to various centers to experience different work dynamics, all while preparing yourself for a management position with BioLife. Program completion spans from 6-9 months with all travel expenses included.
With our vast network of centers located across the U.S., alongside our ongoing growth, your career progression and mobility is just starting!
BioLife is committed to each employee's continued success, career growth, and recognition.
We have invested heavliy in career pathing, including our operations manager trainee program and our quality manager training program, where employees learn how to manage operations or manage the quality systems of a plasma collection facility.
Our internal trainings ensure a continued career progression using multiple learning environments and maximizing a variety of skillsets. In joining BioLife, you are starting a career...not just a job.
Amy McDonald, Plasma Center Manager
"My experience has been a fast-paced, fun-filled, and dynamic one, where the Operations Management Training provided me insight into what my future as a Center Manager would look like! It’s an amazing opportunity to see the different viewpoints throughout various centers and to build a solid network of successful professionals."
Leonard Johnson, Sr. Operations Manager
"I have been very impressed with the level of commitment and time invested in the success of all employees. Training blends structured classroom teaching, detailed computerized instruction and networking opportunities. From a broad overview of our culture and values, to in-depth training of our procedures, and the opportunity to form internal networks, it is pivotal to one’s growth and continued success within the company."
I have been working at Biolife Plasma Services full-time (More than a year)
Metrics let you track your skills.
Management was flexible and always kind.
Deferred donors were occasionally aggressive.
Breaks were too short.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Biolife Plasma Services (Layton, UT) in July 2016.
Asked me about why I wanted to work there, future educational goals, and asked about moral dilemmas and what I would do. They asked me about the medical significance of plasma proteins to gauge my understanding. Overall, pretty laid back. The interviewer let me ask him questions and it was a good experience overall.
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