Look no further, an exciting opportunity to work as an Educator of Central Sterile Processing is now available in Maryland!
Come work for a top ranked health system in Maryland that is known for their acute care hospitals throughout the region, state-of-the-art technology, world class specialists, and academic affiliations. The Educator for Central Sterile Processing will work at a 200+ bed community hospital located in Maryland. Striving to deliver exceptional patient care, this hospital offers an array of inpatient and outpatient services, and is best known for their surgical specialties, cardiology, orthopaedics and sports medicine programs.
The Educator of Central Sterile Processing will closely work with the Manager of Sterile Processing to educate new hires and current department staff, update policy, procedures, and processes, manager supply ordering, and be a resource leader to the Central Sterile Processing Team. Ideally, the Educator of Central Sterile Processing will be responsible for (but not limited to):
- Identifying the learning needs of new hires and current department staff in order to plan, develop, and modify educational curriculum and programs accordingly.
- Ensuring streamline processes are in place
- Overseeing and maintain the instrument tracking system
- Being up to date on techniques and best practices, including being knowledgeable of all IAHCSMM, federal, state and hospital standards of conduct
The Educator of Central Sterile Processing will work for an acute care hospital located in the greater Maryland area. With a great work life balance, the Educator of Central Sterile Processing will enjoy spending time hiking and biking Loch Raven trails, the Educator of Central Sterile Processing will also enjoy visiting historic museums, attending sporting events, and indulging at an array of delicious restaurants throughout the city. The Educator of Central Sterile Processing has the option to either reside in town, or in one of the gorgeous surrounding Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania or Delaware.
The Educator of Central Sterile Processing must hold their CRCST (Certified Registered Central Service Technician) certification or CSPDT (Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Technician). Additionally the Educator of Central Sterile Processing should have prior experience working as a Sterile Processing Technician, ideally as an Educator, Manager, or Lead Tech. Plus, this individual should have prior experience with data entry and writing / updating policies and procedures.
Don’t wait, learn more about this Educator of Central Sterile Processing opportunity in Maryland today. The hospital is actively interviewing and preparing to offer the Sterile Processing Educator a comprehensive compensation package that includes a full suite of health care benefits, generous Paid Time Off, competitive salary, an opportunity to work for a top-ranked health organization, and more. Apply and learn more today!
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