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Delivery Technician

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Catholic Health Initiatives University Place , WA 98467

Posted 3 months ago

Facility: St. Joseph Medical Center

Location: Tacoma, WA

Department: Hospice HME

Job Type: Per diem

Shift: 830am-5pm

Important Note: Nicotine (including cigarettes, gum, patches, vapors, etc.) and marijuana is part of our pre-employment drug screen

Delivery Technician

Transports, repairs, assembles and distributes medical supplies, oxygen and equipment to patients' homes and other designated locations. Work includes replenishing vehicle par levels, completing required paperwork, and performing after-hour coverage and other related duties. Incumbents are assigned mandatory, rotating on-call.

What you'll do:

  • Showcase knowledge of oxygen, basic medical equipment, and supplies

  • Become familiar medical terminology, unit workflow, FDA regulations associated with the delivery of a drug, processes, and supply needs

  • Inventory, educate patients, replenish and deliver medical supplies

  • Prioritize deliveries according to time commitments and urgency

  • Assess patient needs and facilitate through the proper channels

  • Perform assessment on patients regarding oxygen and nebulizer use on a Plan of Care.

  • Ability to clean and perform minor repairs on equipment as well as perform preventative maintenance on vehicles and complete a vehicle inspection report.

  • Use automated systems/applications/software at an acceptable level.

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships as required by the duties of the position.


High school diploma (or GED equivalent). Satisfactory Abstract of Driving Record (Type: Employment Record) must be provided and meet departmental standards

  • Current Washington State Driver's License, subject to state vehicle verification to comply with hospital insurance requirements

  • One year of Home Medical Equipment experience and driving a single axle truck is preferred. Medical terminology that demonstrates attainment of the requisite job knowledge skills/abilities is preferred

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Delivery Technician

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Catholic Health Initiatives