Sterile Processing CoordinatorRequisition # 19004460 Apply Now
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Do you work well in a large team environment patients where critical thinking is essential?
As a Sterile Processing Coordinator at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, you will lead all aspects of the Instrument Management System and works with with clinical staff and department supervisors to ensure instrument needs are met, as well as assist in determining if products and/or instruments need to be sourced through vendor. Provide options and alternatives on products and/or instruments that meet case needs and coordinate any logistics with internal staff and/or vendor that may be needed.
- Communicates with all necessary vendors and internal staff to coordinate the timely delivery, process and pick up of loaner trays/tubs used in surgery.
- Identifies “instrument sets” to be put into production and coordinates with educator and supervisors to provide applicable in-service to staff.
- Receives and validates all instruments and implants within vendor loaner trays and tubs, and ensures all items are approved for use.
- Coordinates the Receipt to Return process for all loaned trays, implant tubs and other products and/or instruments.
- Oversees the preventative maintenance and the repair work flow for all instrument sets and trays.
- Assists leadership with cost management efforts, regarding request of new products or usage of vendors products and/or instruments.
- Performs quality assurance checks on sets assembled by Sterile Processing staff, as well as ensure they are compliant with assignments. Provide feedback to Supervisor regarding adjustment to workloads.
- Function as a department lead, super user and/or resource to staff, as well as participate in training, orienting and/or precepting of staff.
- Utilizes personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times and monitors other staff for compliance.
Hours: 11 a.m - 7:30 p.m
High School Diploma or GED equivalent - Minimum
Vocational/Technical Diploma-Graduate of an accredited school of Surgical Technologists- Preferred
CRCST-Certified Registered Central Services Technician
5 year of Sterile Processing or Surgical Technologist experience to include decontamination, wrapping, sterilization and infection control of basic instrumentation or related field
- Working Title: Sterile Processing Coordinator
- Department: Sterile Processing
- Business Entity: Service Lines & Ops
- City: Los Angeles
- Job Category: Clinical Operations
- Job Specialty: Sterile Processing
- Position Type: Full-time
- Shift Length: 8 hour shift
- Shift Type: Day
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