Press Release

Start Your Career in Healthcare, Versiti to Host One-Day Hiring Event Dec. 6

November 30, 2022

Same-day offers and a $2k sign-on-bonus for phlebotomists and non-CDL drivers

MILWAUKEE – Nov. 30, 2022 – Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin to host a one-day hiring event on Tuesday, December 6, 2022. Versiti is looking to hire phlebotomists and non-CDL drivers for all locations throughout Wisconsin. Same-day job offers and a one-day-only $2k sign-on bonus for qualified candidates. 

Prospective employees can view Versiti's phlebotomy equipment/box truck, speak to current employees, and learn more about the organization's mission. No appointment is needed, walk-ins welcome! 

WHEN:             Tuesday, December 6, 2022 (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.)
WHERE:            DoubleTree by Hilton Milwaukee - Brookfield 

18155 W. Bluemound Rd.
Brookfield, WI 53045

Advance registration is not required but is appreciated. To learn more or register, visit:

Phlebotomist https://tinyurl.com/249e6jat 

Non-CDL drivers  https://tinyurl.com/4srfsfk9

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About Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin

Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin is a not-for-profit organization headquartered in Milwaukee that specializes in blood services, esoteric diagnostic testing, organ, tissue and stem cell donation, medical services and leading-edge research. We advance patient care by delivering life-saving products and services. For more information, visit versiti.org/WI.

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