Surgical Technician Job in Grand Rapids, MI
Provides assistance as necessary to surgeons and residents by selecting, organizing, anticipating and passing surgical instruments, medical supplies, equipment, and provides retraction under the direction of the surgeon.
▪ Maintains highest standard of aseptic technique during all operative procedures, including surgical attire, surgical hand scrub, surgical gowning of self and team, surgical gloving of self and team, boundary between sterile and non-sterile areas, and traffic patterns.
▪ Identifies breaches in aseptic technique and implements interventions for resolution.
▪ Performs all phases of reprocessing including decontamination, tray assembly, sterilization, documentation, and problem resolution for parameter failure.
▪ Performs other related duties as assigned.
What you will do:
The Surgery Tech will provide assistance as necessary to surgeons and residents by selecting, organizing, anticipating and passing surgical instruments, medical supplies and equipment, maintaining aseptic fields and technique and providing retraction under the direction of the surgeon.
Minimum Position has exposure to infectious disease, hazardous chemicals, fumes and sharps. The position requires some walking, standing, bending, pushing and occasional lifting of objects weighing from 20 to 40 pounds. Concentration is required when processing specimens and data entry into the LIS system. Must be able to handle daily interruptions during processing.
What you will need:
Completion of an accredited Surgical Technologist program; or six years of surgical tech experience.
Associate of Applied Science Surgical Technology.
Completion from an accredited Surgical Technologist program; or six years of surgical technologist experience.
Certified Surgical Technologists.
One year of experience as a Surgical Technologist
What you will work:
Part time/Per Diem
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