The CERD runner, will assist the CERD staff in transporting between CERD and the units serviced by CERD. The runners will pick up, transport, and check in all endoscopes and/or items to be reprocessed in CERD.
The assistants job duties are as listed:
Transferring scopes, organizing transport carts, or picking up supplies.
Checking soiled scopes into CERD decontamination
Checking patient ready scopes out of CERD and scanning location bar codes in customer units.
Loading and unloading the cart washer / Wiping down cart washer as needed
Professional and positive communication with customers, leadership, and expediter/dispatch
Minor cleaning duties, such as wipe down surfaces, organizing work area, replacing trash bag, etc.
Other duties, as assigned
The runner will be supervised by the CERD manager and supervisors.
Graduation from high school or an equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary
Ability to work flexible shifts
Ability to lift, stand, walk, and bend for long periods at a time
Ability to push carts through hallways and in/out of elevators/washers
Ability to handle delicate medical devices with care and follow protocols
Ability to withstand wearing PPE as indicated
Verbal communication, teamwork, and customer service skills
Strong work ethic
Previous experience working in an Endoscopy Unit/OR/CSPD/Instrument room setting
Shift: Thursday through Monday 12:00pm to 8:30pm.
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