Technician - Healthscope

  • Newcastle
  • Healthscope
CSSD Technician Are you an experienced CSSD Technician who is self-motivated and enthusiastic? We want you to join our dynamic perioperative team. As the CSSD Instrument Technician your responsibilities will include: Thermal disinfection inspection, packaging and sterilising of all instrumentation for theatre and other clinical areas Comply with AS/NZ standards 4187 2014, GENCA Operate interpret and document all machinery operational requirements Report and document all quality activities Ensure priority of instrumentation and processes Hunter Valley Private Hospital is located on the fringe of Newcastle, close to beaches and the Hunter Valley and is close to the Pacific Motorway, vineyards and university. The hospital is an 83 bed facility which offers a variety of surgical, medical and rehabilitation services. Employment at Hunter Valley Private allows you to embrace a quality lifestyle. As the longest established private hospital in the region, HVPH enjoys seeing exceptionally high patient satisfaction scores and prides itself on being a referrer of choice due to the exceptional care patients receive. HVPH is committed to the community it resides in, with long term sponsorship relationships with local sporting teams. Enjoy an easy journey to work with free parking or easily accessible public transport in a relatively quiet location. Hunter Valley Private cultivates an inclusive team culture, prioritising both patient and staff safety in the provision of excellent care, having received perfect ratings in its last 2 ACHS accreditation surveys. We provide flexibility in rostering and strive to help staff maintain a positive work life balance. Workplace safety is extremely important at HVPH, with all staff engaged in safety and wellbeing programs across the site, including Fitness Passport. Selection Criteria: Sound knowledge of AS/NZ 4187 2014 Minimum of 3 years' experience Demonstrated knowledge of instrumentation Experience with tracking systems Endoscopy reprocessing experience or willingness to learn Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills Exceptional organisational skills and attention to detail Intermediate computer literacy skills - including MS office and various data bases Certificate III qualifications An interest in promoting best practice patient care A focus on professional development Applications close: 7th December 2023 For further enquiries: Renae Pridue - Perioperative Manager, 02 4944 3746 or email: To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.