Munson Healthcare Central Processing Tech I in Traverse City, Michigan
Do you want to be a part of a highly diverse team that meets daily objectives, completes tasks and problem solves? Well look no further than a position in the Central Processing department! Central Processing Technicians have the opportunity to evolve an ever-changing department to provide services for the operating room, hospital floors and outside departments. We are seeking go-getters who strive to implement new initiatives to meet demands. In our fast-paced environment, we aspire to provide high quality and safe patient care.
High school graduate
Prior successful experience in Central Processing desirable
Good hand dexterity and eyesight
Attentive to details
Work standing for most of the day
Occasionally lifts sets, pans up to 30 pounds between 48" off floor and floor level
Frequently stoop, push, pull, bend and reach
Walk moderate distances while pushing/maneuvering carts
Follow written and verbal instructions
Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Apply procedures at a 100% accuracy rate
Receive, clean/decontaminate, inspect, sort, disassemble, reassemble, wrap, package and process a wide variety of instruments, instrument sets and equipment.
Test equipment for proper functioning.
De-lint, inspect, fold, wrap, process and store a variety of laundered linen.
Label, date, initial and process goods using established sterilizing procedures.
Knowledgeable of all patient equipment and supplies in the department.
Maintain adequate inventory of sterile and non-sterile supplies.
Complete daily work reports and logs, sterilization records, and monitor charts and tapes from sterilizers.
Operate all processing machinery: Ultra-sonic cleaning machine, ETO sterilizer and aerators, washer-sterilizers, gravity displacement sterilizer, Sterrad units, vacuum sterilizers, steam cleaner, heat sealers, and cart washer.
Pick up used supplies and equipment within the hospital.
Maintain the safety and cleanliness of the department on a daily basis.
Perform daily maintenance on cleaning and sterilizing equipment placed within the department.
Set up case carts for surgical procedures on a routine and emergency basis.
Keep current with technological changes.
Activities controlled by C.P.D. guidelines; by established policies and procedures or by instructions from the department manager.
Must be able to function under stressful conditions in a closed unit with interruptions and time pressures.
Exercises courtesy, pleasantness and tact in dealing with co-workers and other hospital personnel.
Subject to disagreeable odors and noises. Subjected to potential hazards of ETO, hot moving machinery and equipment, pathogenic organisms, detergents and cleaning solutions; moist and humid conditions.
Delegated by the Director of Surgical Services the ability to stock non-controlled medications in CPD, place in specified trays and deliver the trays to the nursing units.
Performs all other duties as assigned.