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Manager, Central Sterile Processing

Job Description An incredible opportunity for a Manager of Central Sterile Processing in Southwestern Hampshire is now available! The Medical Center is associated with an internationally renowned healthcare system within New Hampshire. The Manager of Central Sterile Processing will be joining an acute care facility that is home to over 150 licensed beds. For well over a Century this Non- profit Community Hospital has been offering comprehensive care to the local communities within Southwestern New Hampshire. The hospital has been a recipient of the Becker's hospital review as one of 100 great Community hospitals in the nation. Accredited by Joint Commission, hospital provides patient -focused, high quality healthcare in a broad range of primary and specialty service lines. The Manager of Central Sterile Processing is responsible for managing budgets and staff in the sterile processing department. Responsible to the Director of Perioperative services, the Manager of Central Sterile Processing upholds standards and regulations, and holds their staff accountable to follow proper procedures and protocols. Necessary knowledge to monitor functions of Sterilizers, washers, sonic cleaners through mechanical, biological and chemical means is required. 2-4 years of progressively responsible work related to Sterile processing is necessary. Current CBSPD or IAHCSMM certification up to date is also required. The Medical Center is situated in a historic town, full of rich history and substance. The City experiences all four seasons quite distinctively and is usually doesn't experience severe thunder or weather storms. Located near mountain ranges there are plenty of outdoor activities within reach. The Manager of Central Sterile processing at any age will be able to make this city their home. Hospital is offering competitive pay based on sterile processing experience. Full portfolio of benefits is guaranteed. Act fast and apply!

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