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- Specialty: Sterile Processing Tech Allied
- Sterile Processing Technician (Inst Tech ) Allied – Tulsa, OK
- Travel Assignment Salary – $1359/Week
- Start Date – ASAP
- Travel Allied Job Assignment Length – 13 weeks
- Travel Assignment 36 hours per week
- Shift – 12 hours, Flex
TWO YEARS CURRENT EXPERIENCE AS STERILE PROCESSING TECH in high volume setting required. REQUIRED: CRCST or CBSPD Certification, HS Diploma / GED and BLS (AHA.) Weeks that contain a holiday if the department is 'closed' will not be guaranteed full week's hours.
Hours: 8 hr shift Mon-Fri no 'call'
SFHS COVER SUBMISSION SHEET MUST be attached with submission or submission will be declined. C urrent permanent address by direct route must be >100 miles from facility.
Position is Safety Sensitive: Safety Sensitive Under the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Use
and Patient Protection Act (OMMA), is defined as any job that includes tasks or
duties that the employer believes could affect the safety and health of the
employee performing the task or others. This position has been identified as a
safety sensitive position. This statute allows employers to lawfully refuse to
hire applicants for safety-sensitive jobs or to discipline or discharge
employees who work in safety- sensitive jobs if they test positive for
marijuana, even if they have a valid license to use medical marijuana.
all aspects of sterile processing inclusive of basic decontamination of medical
equipment, surgical instruments, miscellaneous supplies, and prepares items for
processing/sterilization. Assists with the timely completion of the surgery
schedule by ensuring the proper supply of instrumentation and equipment for
each surgical procedure. Responsible for maintaining quality assurance logs and
documentation for all sterilization equipment and processes. Must be able to
show competence in all areas of the department with proficiency in a minimum of
two areas i.e., decontamination, prep and pack, sterilization and sterile
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
parameters are met by selecting appropriate sterilization methods and following
correct principles of sterilization and consulting manufacturer's written
instructions for use, if necessary. Properly review and document sterilization
load and biological test results to confirm required parameters for
sterilization have been achieved.
Consistently creates a safe
work environment by selecting appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE),
monitoring proper environmental controls, properly handling bio hazardous waste
and maintaining a clean work area. Displays understanding of "surgical
conscience" and this principle guides work performance and training of
and validates proper functionality of all general and specialty instruments by
conducting a thorough inspection. Uses an electronic instrument management
system or count sheet to correctly assemble, protect, wrap, containerize, peel
pack and label basic and advanced instruments and instrument sets and various
power equipment per manufacturer's written instructions for use.
Demonstrates proper use,
maintenance and operation of the equipment specific to sterile processing, i.e.
steam, and gas plasma sterilizers; cart washers; washer/disinfectors,
ultrasonic cleaners and heat sealers as well as a variety of monitoring/testing
devices. Displays ability to distinguish between operator errors versus
equipment malfunction and can perform basic trouble shooting. Reports equipment
failures or errors immediately to supervisor or manager and prepares repair
work order for equipment. Displays the ability to use an electronic instrument
management system to log activity, instrument tracking, autoclave load
documentation as well as other features of the instrument management system.
Responsible for the knowledge
of the processes involved in ordering, receiving, stocking, rotating,
delivering and monitoring usage of disposable surgical supplies and
communicates supply issues to appropriate personnel in a timely manner.
Maintains sterile integrity and assures timely delivery of supplies and
instrumentation to surgery by following proper handling, inspection and storage
methods. Functions as resource for surgery and floor units in determining
Responsible for knowledge of hospital
policies and procedures, as well as standards and guidelines issued by AAMI,
AORN, OSHA and Joint Commission related to
sterile processing. Attends all departmental in- services. Continually develops
an understanding of
the rationale guiding the field
of sterile processing, including current trends and topics in the field.
with Central Sterile Processing (CSP) and Operating Room (OR) staff to define
and resolve problems and promote continuity of service. Anticipates unit's and
operating rooms daily needs. Other duties as assigned.