To assist surgical team at the Cardiovascular Center operating rooms during operative procedures, by preparing sterile equipment for the operation and passing instruments, sponges and sutures to the operating team. Assist with inventory, sterilization of instruments, prepare and select equipment for procedures, transfer of patients as needed, turnover and transfer of instruments to CSR/Decontamination and putting equipment back in place. Other duties as assigned. Potential Signing Bonus!
Graduation from high school or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Completion of an accredited or military surgical technologist program.
Certification from the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) within one year of hire.
Two years' experience as a surgical technologist, including at least one year of surgical technologist experience in a cardiovascular environment.
Must have a commitment to contributing to a positive department culture.
Call commitment with a 30 minute response rate
Ability to scrub cardiac, general thoracic and vascular cases.
Experience with family centered care philosophy.
Excellent interpersonal skills and customer relations.
Demonstrated ability to work as a part of a team in addition to being able to take direction.
Able to prioritize tasks quickly.
Full time, 40hrs; All positions are Day shift with Afternoon or Night shift rotation as well as midnight, weekend and holiday on-call/ shift obligations.
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