Children's Health Dallas , TX 75201
Posted 2 months ago
This position handles the instruments, supplies and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure. He/she understands the procedure being performed and anticipates the needs of the surgeon. He/she has the necessary knowledge and ability to ensure quality patient care during the operative procedure and is constantly on vigil for maintenance of the sterile field. This position can provide the above-described services for both basic surgeries and complex surgeries.
Three 12 hour rotating shifts Monday - Friday 6:45a-7:15p + call
Monday through Friday, 7a to 5p, call and holidays
Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5p
11a to 9p Monday through Thursday, call and holidays
Cleaning and preparing instruments for terminal sterilization on completion of the surgery. Assisting the surgical team with cleaning of the operating room on completion of the surgery for the next scheduled procedure.
Has developed proficiency in a wide range of technical processes or procedures through job-related training and considerable on-the-job experience.
Understands the roles of all immediate team members and has a good understanding of how own team integrates with others.
Explains complex technical information in situations that may be challenging with respect to controversial subject matter or characteristics of the audience
Works within defined processes but may develop an appropriate approach for new assignments
License and Certifications
Current Surgical Technologist Certification issued by an approved organization. (Certification is not required if the employee has completed an appropriate training program for surgical technology in the United States Armed Forces or was employed as a surgical technologist prior to September 9, 2009. Required
If assigned to Sterile Processing & Distribution must obtain Central Sterile Processing certification 180 Days Required
Current Healthcare Provider CPR/BLS certification. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR certification Required
At Children's Health, we value the role each team member plays in helping us deliver on our mission of making life better for children. We take pride in providing rich and rewarding career opportunities that enable team members to reach their highest potential.
Since 2009, we have held the ANCC Magnet designation for nursing excellence. We are nationally ranked in all 10 pediatric specialties by U.S. News & World Report, serve as the primary pediatric teaching facility for University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and are recognized for quality care in every specialty.
For ten consecutive years, Children's Health has been recognized as one of the 150 top places to work in health care by Becker's Hospital Review. This esteemed list features healthcare systems which offer professional development, growth, excellent benefits and promotion of diversity above and beyond other organizations.
Children's Health offers opportunities for learning and career development; competitive pay; and a comprehensive benefits program. We promote a diverse and inclusive workplace. Our team members have a voice in their work through surveys, pulses and town halls. And we honor and celebrate our staff with year-round employee appreciation events.
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