Sterile Services Technician For STERIS

Full time
Posted 4 weeks ago

Job description

At STERIS, we help our Customers create a healthier and safer world by providing innovative healthcare and life science product and service solutions around the globe.

HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE


At STERIS Instrument Processing we are believed experts in surgical instrument sterilisation. We offer on and offsite re-processing, alongside reliable instrument maintenance solutions. Our diverse and talented teams use cutting edge technology to ensure that the highest quality of infection prevention is delivered to our customers.
We are currently recruiting for a Sterile Services Technician vacancy. This is an excellent opportunity to join the business at an entry-level and receive world-class training to get you on to a defined career pathway.


About You
Do you want to spend your working time making a difference in the world around you? Are you passionate about helping our incredible national health service make a difference? Do you care about keeping vulnerable patients safe? If so, then a career with STERIS Instrument Processing would be a great fit for you.

Working Pattern

Full-time, 37.5 hrs per week on rotation basis:
Week 1: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 13:30-21:30
Week 2: Monday-Friday at 7:00-15:00
Week 3: Monday-Friday at 13:30-21:30
Week 4: Monday-Wednesday, Friday-Sunday at 7:00-15:00

What is involved?

  • Ensuring the effective preparation of sterile consumables (dressings, linen, instruments, and equipment) by the process of decontamination, inspection assembly and packing within predefined quality standards.
  • Rigorously checking, washing, laying up and packing sets of theatre instruments to meet contract specifications within predefined quality standards.
  • Safely operating and monitoring machines and equipment (washer/disinfectors, ultrasonic and sterilisers) effectively.
  • Ensuring that repairs and missing instruments or equipment are recorded and logged on the Tracking and Traceability computer system (SynergyTrak).
  • Ensuring that repaired instruments or equipment are returned to stock or the appropriate coded sets or the Trust’s appointed person.

What is in it for you?

  • An annual salary of £22,383.00 plus a 5% performance bonus, and generous shift allowances if you work overtime/unsociable hours! Plus a higher cost of living allowance if you work in London.
  • Full structured and comprehensive training
  • Ongoing education leading to industry-recognised qualifications
  • Defined career path when fully operational
  • A diverse and people-centric culture
  • Structured salary increases upon completion of training
  • 25 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays

  • Access to a Level 2 Healthcare Science Assistant Apprenticeship! This is a 12-15 month fully funded programme studying good scientific practice for the Healthcare profession! It is universally applicable outside of STERIS! Completed on the job, you are given 20% of your working hours to study towards the qualification. Further apprenticeships are available throughout the course of your career!


Whether you have no experience whatsoever, or you have previously worked in the healthcare industry, we want to hear from you! We are a committed equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from all backgrounds. We cannot wait to meet you!

Required Experience

  • Educated on good general standard with demonstrable verbal and numerical abilities.
  • Basic end-user IT skills to operate track and traceability IT systems.

Skills

  • Flexibility
  • Teamwork
  • Integrity
  • Working under pressure
  • Accountability
  • Attention to detail

Job Features

Job CategoryPharmaceutical & Biotechnology

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