The Sterile Processing Manager maintains 24-hour accountability for unit operations. The Manager will coordinate the care, processing, and provision of surgical instrumentation throughout the service area. The Manager maintains appropriate inventories of surgical instruments and special orders and coordinates services for optimal efficiency in the OR. The Manager participates in continuous quality improvement activities and educational experiences in support of departmental and divisional nursing philosophy and objectives. The Manager will develop and oversee the unit"s budget ensuring quality of the services and cost effectiveness
Demonstrated solid managerial, administrative, scheduling, planning, and budgeting skills in additional to advanced technical knowledge
Demonstrated Acceptance a higher level of accountability than a supervisor
Demonstrated basic skills and experience to manager others
Must be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities, coaching and mentoring others
Must be able to travel to other service areas as needed and required.
Bachelor"s degree in related field .
A Registered Nurse with previous OR experience or must be a Certified Surgical Technologist or Certified Sterile Processing Technician. .
Two years" Operating Room or Sterile Processing Department experience required.Previous supervisory or management experience
RN or Certified Surgical Tech preferred.Consistent with discipline with demonstrated knowledge and experience in current clinical techniques and procedures in area of specialty.
Demonstrates solid managerial, administrative, scheduling, planning, and budgeting skills in addition to advanced technical knowledge.
Demonstrates acceptance a higher level of accountability than a supervisor.
Demonstrates the basic knowledge and desire necessary to accomplish the job of management others.
Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability to changing priorities, coaching and mentoring skills. Written and verbal skills.
Travel to service area sites required.
BLS, Certified Surgical Technician, or Sterile Processing Technician or CA Licensed RN
MARIAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
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