Indiana University Health Technician-Sterile Processing I in Indianapolis, Indiana
Responsible for following departmental practices, involving instrument assembly, inspection, decontamination, cleaning, wrapping and sterilization of reprocessed instruments. Performs the ordering, stocking and distribution of instruments. Instrument technicians prioritize workloads based on OR Surgery schedules. Sterile Techs must be able to multi-task, be detailed oriented, have good written and verbal communication skills.
At IU Health, our Sterile Processing Techs have the following advantages and opportunities to grow their careers: Advancement opportunities through paid training (AAHC), industry certifications, and the Central Sterile Processing accredited course. https://iuhealth.org/professional-education/health-sciences-education/central-service-technician
High School Diploma or GED required.
Evening and Night shift schedules available.
Training schedule: M-F 7:00am-3:30pm.
We pay shift premium for evening & night shifts.
Opportunities at both of our Nationally Ranked University & Methodist Hospitals.
Requires completion of coursework towards certification within 2 years of hire date. Completed certification is not required.
Requires basic computer skills.
Requires 12 CE credits annually that focus on information and advancement related to the CS field and be of a technical nature.
Requires successful completion of orientation specific to SPD.
Some experience in basic aseptic techniques, medical terminology or a healthcare environment is preferred.
At IU Health, your personal and professional growth is a top priority. You will have access to many diverse opportunities to learn and develop in meaningful ways that matter most to you, such as advanced clinical training, leadership development, promotion opportunities and cross training.
IU Health is invested in the lives of Hoosiers, leading the transformation of healthcare to make Indiana one of the nation's healthiest states.