Location: Birmingham, AL

Certified Sterile Processing Tech (CSPT) Supervisor - Permanent Position

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Sunbelt is interviewing for a CSPT Supervisor for 2 openings in Birmingham, AL.  These are permanent positions.

Under supervision of the Sterile Processing Manager and following established policies, procedures, and guidelines assumes the responsibility for leadership of the decontamination, instrument assembly and wrapping, processing, and case cart area. Responsible for monitoring staff performance and productivity requirements. Monitor the daily flow and needs from the Surgical Service department, hospital floor units. Interacts directly with the operating room staff, floor staff, medical staff, and vendors. Responsible for collecting and analyzing departmental data. Makes suggestions and implements process improvement strategies. 

Shifts available

1 - Friday thru Sunday, 7a-7p
1 - Monday thru Friday, 2:30p - 11p

Requirements:

  • A minimum of three years Sterile Processing Department experience required including at least one year in an SPD leadership position 
  • Certification - IAHCSMM or CBSPD required
  • Hospital experience required
  • Level I or Level II Trauma preferred but not required
  • SPM or Censitrack experience preferred but not required

Kim Kans
National Hiring Manager - Sunbelt Staffing
Call or text: 813-343-2158
Email: kimberly.kans@sunbeltstaffing.com

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