Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Technician – Central Sterile Sciences Department
- A role that makes a real difference in our hospitals
- Be part of a team and community
- Full training provided
Mō te tūranga - About the role
The Central Sterile Sciences department is a business critical service that provides decontamination and sterilisation services across Te Whatu Ora Waitematā (inpatient and community) as well as external customers.
The position will require you to work on rotating shifts at both the North Shore and Waitākere hospital campuses, enabling you to learn all aspects of instrumentation used in patient care.
Within this role you will be responsible for the collection, sorting, decontamination, inspection, testing and sterilisation of surgical and medical devices at the cutting edge of technology, ensuring all quality assurance and compliance are met. The tasks mentioned will involve some lifting.
We will provide a fully comprehensive training programme, where you will have the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised qualification in Sterilising Technology. We are committed to the ongoing development of quality, and health and safety within the department, so your commitment to these is essential.
Mōu ake - About you
We are looking for motivated and hard-working people with a positive attitude to join our team. To succeed in the role you will need:
- An eye for detail
- Ability to work rotating shifts of 12pm - 8.30pm and 3pm - 11.30pm, as well as some weekend work at times on a rotational basis
- Ability to work across sites at both North Shore Hospital and Waitākere Hospital
- Good communication skills
- To be a team player
- To be quality focussed
Mō mātou - About us
Waitematā District serves the areas of North Shore, Waitākere, and Rodney. We are the largest Te Whatu Ora district by population with a diversity of communities. We provide secondary hospital and community services from North Shore and Waitākere hospitals and over 30 community sites.
We offer staff professional development and career paths in clinical and non-clinical areas, with many opportunities to progress and grow in a supportive and professionally fulfilling environment. Our people strive to provide the best care for everyone through living our values:
- Everyone matters – Orā kit e Katoa
- With compassion – Aroha Pūmau
- Connected – Rāranga Tahi
- Better, best, brilliant – Mauā kia Tinā
Utu whānui - Salary range
This role is covered by the Public Service Association (PSA) Allied, Public Health and Technical Multi Employer Collective Agreement 2020-2023, and falls between Step 1 ($52,260 p.a pro-rata) and Step 4 ($61,273 p.a prorata)
Tono ināianei - Apply now
If you are looking to make a difference in healthcare, this may be the perfect role for you. We look forward to receiving your application, please apply online via www.wdhbcareers.co.nz.
To view a copy of the position description, please click here.
For assistance with your online application, please contact Sarah Kneller, Recruitment Consultant: email@example.com
Job reference number: WDHB17521