Burlington, VT: The University of Vermont (UVM) Medical Center and Vermont HITEC, a not-for-profit education center, are now accepting applications for a no-cost, 8-week Phlebotomy training program that will lead to guaranteed jobs with UVM Medical Center upon successful completion. Up to 12 selected participants will attend an 8-week program starting June 1, 2021, with employment beginning July 26, 2021. All participants completing the program will be offered positions as Phlebotomists and be enrolled in a Registered Apprenticeship with performance-based wage increases. Wages start at $15.46 per hour. Apprentices will have the potential to earn $15.85 after six months and $16.25 per hour upon completion of a one year apprenticeship and is based on performance. Further wage growth potential exists based on performance and overall growth within the organization.
No prior healthcare knowledge or experience is required to apply, but candidates are required to have a high school diploma or GED. A phlebotomist is an integral part of the healthcare team and properly obtains blood specimens from patients of all ages, using venipuncture and capillary collection. Phlebotomists work in multiple healthcare environments such as inpatient and outpatient settings.
Vermont HITEC has partnered with businesses to employ more than 1,600 individuals in the healthcare, information technology, business services and advanced manufacturing fields. Vermont HITEC's technical and professional training closes the skills gap between motivated workers and the organizations that seek them. The program is funded in part by the US Department of Labor and the Vermont Department of Labor.
The deadline for applications is May 2, 2021. To apply, complete the online application by clicking the Apply Now button at the bottom of this page. For more information or assistance, contact: Rebecca Spencer, Project Leader & Mentor, via email: email@example.com or via phone: 802-872-0660.
ABOUT UVM Medical Center
The University of Vermont Medical Center, formerly Fletcher Allen, is part of The University of Vermont Health Network, a six-hospital network serving patients and their families in Vermont and northern New York. While we have changed our name, our commitment to community remains the same. We’re not just caregivers – we’re your friends and neighbors, dedicated to providing you with the best medical care possible.
Together, The University of Vermont Medical Center, College of Medicine and College of Nursing and Health Sciences form one of just 138 academic medical centers in the country. Our nationally recognized healthcare experts are researchers and teachers, physicians and nurses who offer leading-edge therapies backed by laboratory and clinical research.
ABOUT VERMONT HITEC
Vermont HITEC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to educate, train and employ residents in a variety of fields. Over the past 20 years, Vermont HITEC has partnered with over 30 Vermont, New Hampshire and Kentucky businesses to employ over 1,600 individuals in the health care, information technology, business services and advanced manufacturing fields. Equal Opportunity is the law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetics, political affiliation or belief.
To learn more about Vermont HITEC, please visit: www.iaahitec.org