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8 days ago

Director of Development Projects

American Red Cross Minneapolis, MN

Participates in development of funding growth for the chapter through analysis, recommendation and coordination of Financial Development events and… American Red Cross


30+ days ago

Nurse Assistant Training - Administrative Coordinator

American Red Cross Minneapolis, MN

The Nurse Assistant Training Administrative Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to… American Red Cross


11 days ago

RN Nurse Aide Instructor - Part Time - Keene, NH

American Red Cross Keene, NH

All clinicals are done hands on with the student and the residents in the Long Term Care Nursing Home Setting. The Nurse Assistant Trainer provides… American Red Cross


30+ days ago

Major Gift Officer IV

American Red Cross Tulsa, OK

The Major Gift Officer will identify, engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward current and prospective donors. They will be responsible for a minimum… American Red Cross


11 days ago

Manufacturing Technician

American Red Cross Durham, NC

in compliance with standard operating procedures, Safety Quality Identity Potency Purity (SQUIPP), regulations outlined in the Code of Federal… American Red Cross


8 days ago

Service Agent I - Call Center Representative - Full Time - 40 Hours

American Red Cross Omaha, NE

Salary is $10.00/hr plus $1.25/hr for evening and weekend differential - when the marjority of hours fall after 3pm on the weekdays or any weekend… American Red Cross


29 days ago

Laboratory Technician, Immunohematology Lab

American Red Cross Charlotte, NC +2 locations

in accordance with the applicable regulatory requirements * Day Shift: 4X10 hour days Sunday-Wednesday 11:00am-9:30pm The American Red Cross is… American Red Cross


17 days ago

Specialist, Services to Armed Forces (SAF)

American Red Cross Spokane, WA

Implements and participates in the development of initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery within the Chapter’s… American Red Cross


8 days ago

Nurse Assistant Training Instructor

American Red Cross Baltimore, MD +3 locations

Position is part time working a variable schedule: primarily weekday evenings, 6-10 pm; and weekdays, 9am-4:30 pm, (including clinical: 6:45 am… American Red Cross


20 days ago

Lab assistant, Part-time

American Red Cross Charlotte, NC

in compliance with standard operating procedures, regulations outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and other applicable federal, state… American Red Cross


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    Great Mission, Great People, Challenging Leadership in some areas.

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    I have been working at American Red Cross full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    A great and honorable mission and dedicated employees who believe in the mission.

    Cons

    Change averse organization that also lacks the necessary leadership training. There are rogue leaders who feel like it is ok to mistreat employees when things don't go as planned. It is important that Leadership realize that a lot more will be accomplished by pulling together and not "eating their young". There are a few leaders at the VP level who have come into the organization from the corporate world where it was cut-throat/dog-eat-dog and they unknowingly are bringing the mentality with them which is very disruptive to the culture of the American Red Cross. In the non-profit world and particularly at the ARC, everyone has to do more with less. The way to do this is not to treat people as a means to an end, but to value, respect and coach.

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    There are a few leaders at the VP level who have come into the organization from the corporate world where it was cut-throat/dog-eat-dog and they unknowingly are bringing the mentality with them which is very disruptive to the culture of the American Red Cross. In the non-profit world and particularly at the ARC, everyone has to do more with less. The way to do this is not to treat people as a means to an end, but to value, respect and coach.

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