CSL Plasma Center opens in Wyoming, brings jobs & growth to area

By Mary Coates, CSL Plasma



CSL Plasma Inc. has just opened a new plasma collection center at 1290 28th St. SW in Wyoming. The company has 161 collections centers in the United States, eight in Germany and two in Hungary.


“We are pleased to welcome CSL Plasma to our community,” said Wyoming Mayor Jack Poll. “CSL is a growing international business with locations across the country and in Europe, and we are delighted the company has chosen Wyoming as its thirteenth Michigan location.”


There are a number of different positions that have been filled, with some still available. Open positions include: phlebotomist; medical staff associates, such as nurse, licensed practical nurse and paramedic; reception technicians, and donor support technicians, among others. To find CSL Plasma Wyoming openings, go online here to search for available openings.


Dan Ferris, vice president of operations for CSL Plasma stated: “We are excited to become a member of the Wyoming community. CSL Plasma has a rich history of partnering with the local community.”


In order to donate life-saving plasma, individuals must meet strict eligibility criteria and are medically screened. For example, some of the criteria include proof of address, must be 18 years of age or older, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health. If eligible, you may donate up to two times a week in a seven-day period (with at least 48 hours in-between donations). The collection process is called “plasmapheresis” and takes approximately 90 minutes and donors are compensated for their time with a Visa prepaid debit card.