The Coastal Bend Blood Center is only accepting applications for current job openings. Unsolicited applications will not be considered.

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Coastal Bend Blood Center

To view current job openings, please visit the link below:

View Current Openings

When applying, please follow these guidelines:

  • Submit a resume or application for each position you are interested in.
  • If you’re submitting a resume include a cover letter with salary requirements and state the position for which you’re applying.
  • Applications and resumes are only accepted for posted vacancies. Applications and resumes submitted for non-posted positions or without identifying the position being applied for will not be retained or considered.

Once you apply, you will receive notification that your application/resume has been received. Human Resources will review your qualifications. If you are selected for an interview you will be contacted to schedule an interview. No phone calls please.

Coastal Bend Blood Center is an equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to the achievement of equal opportunity for all employees and applicants in recruitment, hiring, career advancement, and all other employment practices.

The Coastal Bend Blood Center maintains a drug and alcohol free workplace.
Selected applicants subject to Background Check & Drug/Alcohol Screen

Coastal Bend Blood Center Job Application

Apply in person:
Monday – Friday from 9:00am – 4:00pm
209 N. Padre Island Dr.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78406

Mail: Human Resources
Coastal Bend Blood Center
209 N. Padre Island Dr.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78406
Fax: (361) 855-2641
Submit your resume: hr@coastalbendbloodcenter.org

Volunteer Opportunities

As a Coastal Bend Blood Center volunteer, you will have the opportunity to be involved in our life-saving mission. The Blood Center is dedicated to providing well-trained community volunteers for appropriate placement in a variety of areas.

Volunteer Qualifications
Volunteers must provide their own transportation to and from all volunteer assignments, orientation and any additional training. The Blood Center will not accept volunteer phlebotomists or court-ordered community service.

Those ages 15-17 can volunteer with parental consent and a Volunteer Permission Form will need to be submitted with the application. All volunteers over the age of 18 must complete a Background/Screening Check.

Application packets can be picked up at the Coastal Bend Blood Center. All new volunteers must attend the Volunteer Orientation. Volunteers should be dependable and friendly!

Volunteer Positions and Duties
 Welcomes and directs incoming blood donors through the registration process

  • Cheerfully greets incoming donors
  • Directs donors to the appropriate seating or waiting area
  • Informs donors of any existing wait time
  • Serves refreshments to waiting donors
  • Informs first time donors of the donation process
  • Answers general questions or directs the donor to the appropriate person for answers

Special Events: Assists as needed during special events.

  • gift wrapping
  • serving food
  • directing traffic at Blood Center events
  • setting up and breaking down for blood drives

Canteen Worker: Serves refreshments in the canteen area, watching for reactions and conversing with donors to help make the last part of their donation experience pleasurable.

  • Converses with donors in the canteen following donation, making them feel that their donations are important and that we appreciate them
  • Serves refreshments to donors
  • Watches for reactions and responds appropriately
  • Assists during any special promotion

Clerical/Administrative Support: Provides valuable assistance by performing various clerical duties including:

  • Filing, typing, making copies, and general office tasks
  • Prepare recruitment, orientation, or training packets
  • Assist with bulk mailings to include: stuffing envelopes, affixing labels, sorting
  • Prepare and send donor cards, material, etc.
  • Stapling coupons or folding shirts
  • May answer the phones and provide general information and take messages as needed

Community Educator:

  • Provides information and education to donors, donor clubs and chairpersons, community members or employees.
  • Educating potential donors and community groups about the importance of donating blood.