Certified Surgical Technologist II AdventHealth Waterman
Location Address: 1000 Waterman Way Tavares, Florida 32778
Top Reasons To Work At AdventHealth Waterman
Up to $5,000 sign on bonus and $3,000 relocation package for qualified candidates
Immediate Health Insurance Coverage
Great benefits such as: Onsite daycare, educational reimbursement
State of the art unit with “Pod” Structure
Career growth and advancement potential
High quality of life with low cost of living just outside of Orlando, Florida
Full Time / Days
You Will Be Responsible For:
Provides and maintains a safe, physical environment.
Adheres to AORN and AAMI Standards when working in the Operating Room and Sterile Processing.
Displays working knowledge of surgical procedures and equipment/supplies.
Follows department and hospital policies and regulatory standards.
Maintains aseptic technique at all times.
Carries out responsibilities in appropriate manner.
Works collaboratively as a member of the surgical team
Proficient and safe use of equipment.
What You Will Need:
Graduate of an accredited School of Surgical Technology Program or Military Training Program in Surgical Technology
Basic Life Support
Surgical Technology Certification
1 yr experience as a Surgical Tech in OR preferred
The Surgical Technologist II is responsible for the assembly, set-up, maintenance, and breakdown of the sterile field including instruments, equipment, and supplies used for surgical cases. They assist the surgeons, and other members of the surgical team as appropriate within their scope of practice. The surgical technologist also participates in the care of the surgical patient.
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