Careers

At Canadian Plasma Resources, we have a vision for the future of the plasma industry in Canada.

We welcome certified, dedicated people who share that vision.

New team members receive extensive training. This training ensures we create a safe and pleasant environment for our staff and donors. It also secures product that is of the highest quality and value for our customers.

Further your career while making a difference in the lives of millions of people. Email your cover letter and CV to careers@giveplasma.ca  for consideration.

Quality Department staff are responsible for ensuring that all processes involving collection, testing, processing, labelling, packaging and storage of plasma adheres to quality standards of the company and the industry. Also they provide confidence in processes, procedures, equipment and systems that they are working according to specifications and as expected.

Registration and Pre-screening are responsible for conducting the registration and initial screening of all donors, scheduling donations and performing general administrative duties through efficient management of Reception Staff. They ensure that all donors meet the accepted eligibility requirements for donating plasma, including age, general health and residence status.

The Donation room staff are responsible for performing the plasmapheresis and ensuring that donor safety and care are maximized. They monitor donors throughout the procedure and reacting appropriately to adverse reactions or equipment errors and minimize wait times while keeping product quality considerations in mind.

The plasma processing staff are responsible for all aspects of the production process, including processing, labelling, packaging and storage of plasma according to all company and regulatory guidelines, regulations and standard operating procedures. They ensure that good manufacturing practices are observed at all stages of the production process and maximize the output of plasma from all Plasma Centers of the company.

The physician substitute serves as the primary physician and medical authority for the Plasma Centre. They release donors for donations, provide counseling for donors, inform donors in case of positive test results and provide medical aid in case of adverse reactions. They ensure that all donors meet the requirements for donating plasma and that their safety, care and comfort are prioritized during the entire donation process