Lead Medical Device Reprocessing
Term Full Time – 75 hours biweekly
September 27, 2021-March 25, 2022
Reporting to the Clinical Care Manager (CCM), the incumbent is responsible for coordinating the day-to-day operations of the Medical Device Reprocessing Department. The Core Lead provides technical supervision, education and leadership to our hospitals’ MDR staff; recommends and implements continuous process improvements and seeks to reduce costs, increase efficiency and improve quality, and provides or designates staff training.
Working in collaboration with the Operating Room (Surgical Services) leadership team, the incumbent oversees quality control and external proficiency testing; reviews, develops, writes and implements Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for MDR; coordinates and facilitates workplace solutions and consults with the medical director and professional staff, as required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
- Knowledge of CSA standards, legislation and government policies and procedures related to CSA standards;
- Extensive knowledge of techniques and methods in the relevant MDR practices;
- Demonstrated knowledge of Meditech;
- Effective problem solving, critical thinking, decision making, and time management skills;
- Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office software programs;
- Proven ability to supervise and lead staff;
- Proven ability to communicate with and deal effectively with staff, physicians and other health care providers;
- Demonstrated ability to deal with and/or guide others in conflict situations;
- Champions professional development and continuing education for all MDR staff. Ability to apply knowledge to the performance of technical analyses and related procedures in the relevant disciplines;
- Ability to work independently and as a member of the team;
- Ability to lead and adapt to change management and process improvement;
- Cross-cultural awareness and sensitivity.
The successful candidate is required to be a graduate of a CSA certified program from an accredited institution; have a minimum of five (5) years discipline-related experience as an MDR Technician including a minimum of two (2) years experience in a supervisory capacity. An equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience may be considered. Proficiency in writing departmental policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) would be an asset.
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Posting Date: Open Until Filled