Sterile Processing Technician, Non-certified
DRH-CENTRAL STERILE REPROCESS
Occ Summary Responsible for decontamination, assembly of linen packs, operation of steam, EtO and other forms of sterilization as well as all monitoring processes included with same. Maintain adequate inventory for assembly of instruments and equipment. Perform multiple tasks that assist in the daily operation of all units as well as being responsible for customer service Work Performed In addition to responsibilities noted in Central Service Technician I & II: Extensive knowledge regarding processes used in the decontamination, inspection, cleaning, assembling and packaging of medical/surgical material to include, but not limited to, linen, instruments and equipment according to established standards and procedures to ensure a sterile and functioning supply of materials.
Prepare trays for designated areas according to prescribed procedures. Wrap and/or package items for specified areas according to procedures prescribed for designated areas. Must be able to operate bar code instrument tracking system. (Does not apply to all entities) Work with Operating Room personnel to ensure specialty trays are handled in the prescribed manner. Dissemble, clean, assemble and test specialty instrumentation and equipment for proper functioning. Can differentiate between single-use and reusable items. Maintain inventory of supplies and materials to include documenting usage, issuing, receiving and reordering as assigned via computer. (Does not apply to all entities) Assist with teaching of new hires and work as resource person for other staff as well as other units in hospital. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of computers and Windows environment.
Job Code 4153 STERILE PROCESSING TECH, NON-CERTIFIED
Requisition Number 401593267
Duke Entity DUKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL
Job Family Level C1
Full Time / Part Time FULL TIME
Regular / Temporary Regular
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High school diploma or equivalent is required. Employees hired before 2/18/19 are not required to have high school diploma or equivalent.
Previous experience working in a healthcare environment preferred. Working knowledge of computer required. Knowledge of surgical instrumentation and care/cleaning strongly preferred; knowledge of sterile techniques preferred.
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
Certification in Sterile Processing and/or Technology required within 2 years of hire date -CSPDT (CBSPD) or CRCST (IAHCSMM). Employees hired before 2/18/2019 are not required to obtain certification.
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