Charged Sterile Processing Technician
Job ID: 102427 Date posted: May 21, 2020
- Sharp Chula Vista Medical Ctr
- OP Surgery Center
- Clinical Technician Jobs
- Day Job
The Charge Sterile Processing Tech role ensures the processing and distribution of hospital instruments and supplies. The Charge Sterile Processing Tech role will also be the point of contact for the functions of the Outpatient Surgery department when department leadership is unavailable.
As the leading provider of health care services in the South Bay, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center is a 343 bed facility that delivers high-quality care designed to meet the needs of the community. Home to the region’s most comprehensive heart program, it also has the area’s only radiation oncology center and certified community hospital cancer program. The hospital has San Diego County’s only comprehensive Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Center, which serves patients who wish to avoid blood transfusions for personal or religious reasons.
Sharp Chula Vista recently more than doubled the size of its Emergency Department and opened the new Douglas & Nancy Barnhart Cancer Center, a unique healing environment with the most advanced medical technology available for cancer treatment.
This position is located Chula Vista, San Diego County
- One year experience in Central Services/Sterile Processing or Operating Room experience
- Previous experience with decontamination and sterilization of surgical instruments and equipment
- Knowledge of aseptic technique, surgical technique, and surgical instruments
- Current CRCST certification via IAHCSMM
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Completion of an accredited program for sterile processing/central supply technicians.
Sharp HealthCare is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
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