Alberta Health Services
St. Paul, with a population of approximately 5,500 and serving an area of 18,000, is located in the northeast region of Alberta, just 200 km away from Edmonton. St. Paul offers the diverse, hands on experience you expect in a rural position. St. Paul is an active community with lots to offer with multiple recreation facilities and 14 lakes with numerous campgrounds nearby. Rural Alberta is beautiful, peaceful, and provides a great backdrop for a fulfilling career. If nothing feels better than making a difference in the lives of families in your own community, this could be the opportunity for you. Please note, this facility provides Long Term Care (LTC) or Designated Supportive Living (DSL)
services and by Order of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, many AHS employees are restricted to work only at a single LTC/DSL site for the remainder of the pandemic. Speak to the hiring manager who will confirm if, as the successful candidate in this position, you will be restricted to work at only one LTC/DLS site in Alberta.
As a Surgical Processor, you will be responsible for the decontamination, reassembly and sterilization of hospital supplies, equipment and surgical instrumentation. You will use the principles of aseptic technique and follow Universal Precautions in the prevention of Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI). You will ensure instrumentation and equipment is in proper working order, perform biological, chemical and quality assurance testing and report problems to the supervisor or designate.
Classification: Surgical Processor
Union: AUPE GSS
Department: NZ STPAUL HC CSR05Reprocessing
Primary Location: St. Paul Health Centre
Multi-Site: Not Applicable
Posting End Date: 12-JAN-2022
Employee Class: Casual/Relief
Date Available: 22-JAN-2022
Hours per Shift: 6.25
Length of Shift in weeks: Varies
Shifts per cycle: Varies
Shift Pattern: Days
Days Off: Other
Minimum Salary: $22.77
Maximum Salary: $25.95
Vehicle Requirement: Not Applicable
Completion of an accredited Medical Device Reprocessing (MDR) program. Completion of International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management (IAHCSMM) certification or Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certification.
Additional Required Qualifications: