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Blood Bank Technician Interview

13 Questions and Answers Written by Professional Interviewers

Question 1 of 13
Are you comfortable working overnight shifts?
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No I have young children.
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Question 2 of 13
Are you detail oriented?
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Yes I am a care giver and have to pay attention to changes in health moods, I also have to do daily activities for patients the way they want them done.
Question 3 of 13
What made you choose to become a Blood Bank Technician?
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Wanting to help people and the community.
Question 4 of 13
What kind of training have you had?
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Just class training drawing blood on classmates.
Question 5 of 13
Are you efficient with your time?
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Yes most of the time when I am at a clients home I get done ahead of schedule.
Question 6 of 13
Are you a good problem solver?
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Yes, I evaluate each situation and try to come up with a solution.
Question 7 of 13
Tell me about a crisis you encountered at work and how you handled it.
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So I had a very elderly client whom when I arrived had been throwing up and very weak I called the nurse told her my evaluations and was instructed to call an ambulance all worked out well.
Question 8 of 13
Describe an improvement you personally initiated.
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I have a client whom was not eating losing weight I would make premaid meals and leave them easily accesssable he ended up gaining 10 pounds.
Question 9 of 13
What type of people do you work with most effectively?
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People that need and want help.
Question 10 of 13
Do you consider yourself a macro or micro manager? How do you delegate?
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No I do what needs to be done and what people want done and how they want it done.
Question 11 of 13
When was the last time that you thought outside of the box? What did you do?
Question 12 of 13
What types of patients do you dislike working with?
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People who are mean or raise their voices.
Question 13 of 13
Why did you enter a career in the blood bank profession?
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Because I like the healthcare field but wanted something new still helping people.

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