Inspire health. Serve with compassion. Be the difference.Job SummaryAssists in care of patients of all ages before, during and after surgical procedures by performing scrub duties and related functions as a member of the surgical team on a novice to advanced beginner level completing identified job competencies. Maintains patient safety, privacy and confidentiality. Complies with legal aspects of patient care. Complies with sterilization standards and standards for handling sharps or contaminated instruments. Participates in quality improvement activities and completes hospital required education annually.AccountabilitiesPrepares for surgical procedures by collecting necessary supplies and instruments according to Surgeon Preference Card. - 15%Prepares the Operating Room for cases by opening sterile supplies, setting up table, arranging instruments and supplies according to type of case. - 10%Assists the surgical team during the operative procedure.\u00A0 Assists in maintaining correct count of instruments, needles and sponges.\u00A0 Identifies and cares for specimens.\u00A0 Handles drugs and solutions under direction of the RN. - 45%Cleans and prepares rooms between procedures and terminally clean at the end of the day. Returns unused supplies and instruments and extra equipment to proper storage. - 10%Maintains aseptic techniques; actively monitor situations which could lead to breaches in aseptic technique.\u00A0 Takes action to correct. - 10%Completes annual age specific accountabilities. - 5%Completes annual15 hours of ST continuing education between Jan 1st - Dec. 1st each year. - 5%Supervisory/Management ResponsibilitiesThis is a non-management job that will report to a supervisor, manager, director, or executive.Minimum RequirementsSuccessful completion of an accredited educational program for surgical technologists or appropriate surgical technologist training in the U.S. Armed Forces.No previous experience required.Required Certifications/Registrations/LicensesCST - Surgical TechnologistCertification with NBSTSA or NCCT certification accepted if ST was employed as a ST in S.C. prior to January 1, 2008 or completed a ST military training program.In Lieu Of The Above Minimum RequirementsIn lieu of the education requirement only, must be current with mandatory 15 hours annually of ST continuing education AND either have been employed as a ST in S.C. prior to Jan. 1, 2008 OR have completed a ST military training program.Team members employed in this job prior to July 1, 2020, without surgical tech certification that are grandfathered under South Carolina law are not required to obtain certification but are required to complete 15 hours annually of continuing ST education.\u00A0Other Required Skills and ExperienceBasic Computer SkillsKnowledge of office equipment (fax/copier)Completes 15 hours of mandatory ST education annually\u00A0- RequiredMaintains surgical technology certification - RequiredWork ShiftDay (United States of America)LocationOconee Medical CampusFacility1064 Oconee Memorial HospitalDepartment10647138 Gastrointestinal Diagnostic LabShare your talent with us! Our vision is simple: to transform healthcare for the benefits of the communities we serve. The transformation of healthcare requires talented individuals in every role here at Prisma Health.