<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Martel+Sans:wght@400;600;800&family=Poppins:ital,wght@0,400;0,600;0,800;1,400;1,600;1,800&display=swap" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

Center Medical Director at Sidney


At Parachute, we do plasma donation differently. We are seeking a part-time Center Medical/Laboratory Director (MD/DO)  to join our team as we introduce our approach to plasma donation to a new market.


Compensation: Starting at $150/hr.


Schedule: Part-time contract position; flexible schedule with 4 hours per week of on-site work.


License/Certification Requirements: 

  • Current   medical license in good standing.
  • CLIA certification a plus, but not required. Parachute will cover the cost of the 20-hour CLIA course.


Who Are We?

Delivering the best experience possible to as many plasma donors as possible. Parachute’s mission is to increase access to life-saving plasma by reimagining the plasma donation experience into one that is modern and convenient.


What You’ll Do

• Responsible for the overall operation and administration of the Donor Centers medical and laboratory procedures.

• Ensures applicable CLIA regulations are met.  

• Serve as the recognized Center Medical / Laboratory Director for all verbal and/or written correspondence to State Department(s) of Health and other regulatory agencies as required.

• Observe and confirm compliance of the Donor Center’s medical and laboratory procedures as they affect the safety of the donors and the final product.

• Provide feedback to Center Operations Management and Center Quality Assurance.

• Complete timely reviews of accumulated data to confirm established donor suitability, donor safety and product safety.

• Oversee and assist in the certification, training and performance of the Donor Center medical staff and provide additional training and re-certification, for the Donor Center’s medical staff as required.

• Provide guidance for the appropriate and confidential counseling to individuals with unacceptable test results.

 • Provide guidance for the appropriate level of care during unusual or severe donor reactions.

• Complete management, training, administration and/or supervision of all approved donor immunization programs, if applicable, according to established protocol.