Surgical Technician

Job Description Facility Name: St Vincent's Medical Center Unit Name: Department Of Surgery Job Description Responsible for the delivery of care to patients and their families. Provides assistance to professional nursing staff regarding all OR duties: supports supply needs of the surgical team including receiving, storage and aseptic distribution of supplies, instrumentation and/or equipment within the OR and LDRP operating suites; prioritizes and systematically retrieves needed products and instruments for surgical procedures and/or anesthesia needs; Transports patient, specimens, blood products equipment meds etc., as needed; Assists in room turnover between cases in a timely efficient manner including cleaning and disinfecting the OR suite and all equipment and assuring proper set up for following cases. Education High School diploma or equivalent. Experience One (1) year previous healthcare experience . Certified Surgical Technician. Education PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS High School diploma Experience Prior experience in an OR, SPD or as a PCT License And Certification Certified Surgical Technician Knowledge, Skills And Abilities Ability to read and understand oral and written instructions, and effectively communicate information. Basic computer skills (including opening/reading email, basic internet use). Working knowledge of medical terminology. Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to communicate with departments, employees, physicians and managers. Ability to read and understand oral and written material and effectively communicate technical information. Ability to prioritize daily work assignments. Must be organized, flexible and a team player. Ability to work in a stressful environment. Commitment to customer service. Basic computer 40hrs per, Monday Friday 1st shift with 1 or2 calls per week covering the last case of the day. No nights weekends or holidays. must be certified Expected Shift: 8.00hr - Any Weekday 12 NOC 1930 0700 Weekday 8 NOC 2300 0730 Weekend 12 NOC 1930 0700 Weekend 8 NOC 2300 0730

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