I just completed a phlebotomy technician certification and I'm interested in obtaining employment in that field.
I'm a high school graduate, I worked for the Department of Social Services for over 30 years and AAA in the Human Resource Department for 15 years. I'm currently receiving Social Security and Retirement benefits.
I just completed the Phlebotomy Technician Certification program at Tidewater Community College and I'm looking for employment in that field, hopefully, part-time.
If you have completed a phlebotomy technician certification and are interested in obtaining employment in that field, check in with your school's career center, ask instructors for job or company recommendations, and network with those in the field. Also, use job boards like Indeed to search for jobs in the field.
Any time you are searching for a job in a new field, you need to make sure that you submit a resume and cover letter that closely match the employer requirements (so that you don't get tossed out of consideration). Going back to school career centers – many schools have connections within the community to help you find employment, and for you, that may mean medical facilities or physician offices. It is very important to network with others in your new field – make connections on LinkedIn, and join professional associations. Be sure to note in the summary section of your LinkedIn profile that you are looking for work in the phlebotomy field. The more people who are aware of your qualifications and that you are looking for a job, the better.