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Temporary Phlebotomist, RADAR

The Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing (ISGMH) is seeking applicants for a part-time temporary phlebotomist. The responsibilities of this position include gathering of biometric information, performing phlebotomy, and specimen processing/shipping.

Completes all activities by strictly following Good Clinical Practices (GCP) & all relevant current local, state, & federal laws, regulations, guidance, policy & procedure developed by the NU Institutional Review Board (IRB), Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), & the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH).

ISGMH: The Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing (ISGMH) at Northwestern University was created in 2015 to be a leader in research that improves the health and wellbeing of the sexual and gender minority (SGM) community and foster understanding of the development and experience of SGM people. The institute provides unique opportunities for high-level research and training for the next generation of SGM scholars, and it utilizes innovative modalities to disseminate knowledge widely to the SGM community, the public at large, scholars, service providers, educators, and policymakers.

This is a part-time position, with expectations of 10-30 hours per week. This position requires Saturday and evening hours, as well as occasional shifts to cover full-time staff member absences. This position will be based at two locations: Center on Halsted and 625 N. Michigan Ave. The Center on Halsted is an LGBTQ community center located in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood, dedicated to enhancing community and securing the health and well-being of the LGBTQ people of Chicagoland. 625 N. Michigan Ave. is home to the Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing (ISGMH).


Minimum Qualifications (Education, experience, and any other certifications or clearances)

  1. Must complete NU's IRB CITI training before interacting with any participants & must re-certify every 3 years.
  2. Phlebotomy Experience


Minimum Competencies (Skills, knowledge, and abilities)

  1. Experience working with LGBTQ+/SGM/TGNC/gender-expansive individuals, specifically youth
  2. Must be comfortable discussing sex, sexual health, mental health, substance use, gender identity, sexuality, and HIV using a non-judgmental, strengths-based approach


Preferred Qualifications (Education and experience)

  1. 2+ years direct service experience working with clients/participants in clinical and/or other community setting
  2. Phlebotomy certification


Preferred Competencies (Skills, knowledge, and abilities)

  1. Experience working with individuals living with and/or vulnerable to HIV/AIDS
  2. Experience working with people who use drugs
  3. Experience using research database software including REDCap and Qualtrics


If interested, please email your resume and a brief description of your interest in the position to (RADAR Project Director, Ross Baiers)."