Swedish Health Services Endoscopic Technician in Seattle, Washington
The Endoscopy Technician is a multi-task position that is expected to schedule procedures, perform computer data entry for ph studies, and assist in the procedure room. The Endoscopy Technician is responsible for all task-based Gastroenterology activities. Endoscopy activities include, but are not limited to: cleaning and disinfecting scopes, preparing equipment for sterilization, preparing scopes for repair, tracking repair, procedure room set up, maintaining disinfection logs, maintaining supplies needed for procedures rooms, dirty utility room, and clean utility room, and assisting the nurse with patient admission to the procedure room.
Completion of a Surgical Technology, Anesthesia Technologist, Certified Nurse Assistant or Medical Assistant program.
One year of experience (within 3 years of assuming the position) in a medical setting as a Surgical Technologist, Anesthesia Technologist, Nursing Assistant Certification or Certified Medical Assistant required. Completion of 12 months of full-time employment or equivalent part-time hours processing flexible endoscopes preferred. Knowledge of infection control procedures including PPE, Blood Borne Pathogens, biohazard waste removal. Knowledge of types of microorganisms (bacteria, virus, fungus, prions), disease transmission; prevention of cross contamination and Anatomy and Physiology as related to GI and Pulmonary body systems preferred. Knowledge of scopes and accessories for endoscopic procedures, handling and cleaning of scopes and accessories and reprocessing of scopes/accessories preferred.
Technician will have experience in scheduling procedures, computer data entry for ph studies, and assisting in the procedure room. Basic computer skills, such as data entry, are required. Employees in this position must demonstrate flexibility and multi-tasking skills that are essential in this job. Ability to read, write and understand English is required. Basic math aptitude and knowledge of units of measurement required. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals including cleaning methods, (e.g. manual, mechanical) cleaning implements (e.g. brushes) and equipment (automated flushing systems, automated endoscope reprocessors) for flexible scopes/accessories. Ability to effectively present information in small group situations. Ability to recognize malfunctions of instruments and equipment, and decide proper course of corrective action. Assists the staff as delegated in performing patient care activities according to policies and procedures in a timely manner
Required upon hire: Washington Medical Assistant Certification Or
Required upon hire: Washington Nursing Assistant Certification License Or
Required upon hire: Washington Surgical Technologist Registration
Required upon hire: National Provider BLS - American Heart Association
- Preferred upon hire: GI Scope Certification (within 1 year for qualified candidates to successfully complete GI Scope Certification Exam upon meeting eligibility requirements)
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Requsition ID: 123157
Company: Swedish Jobs
Job Category: Diagnostic Imaging
Job Function: Clinical Care
Schedule: Part time
Career Track: Clinical Support
Department: 3901 SFH ENDOSCOPY
Address: WA Seattle 747 Broadway
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