At BayCare, we are proud to be one of the largest employers in the Tampa Bay area. Our network currently consists of 15 community-based hospitals, a long-term acute care facility, home health services, outpatient centers and 5,240 physicians. Our team members focus on tomorrow by achieving personal and professional success today. That's why you'll thrive in our forward-thinking culture, where we combine the best technology with compassionate service. We blend high-tech with high-touch in ways that are advancing superior health care throughout the communities we serve.
The Surgical Technician II is a member of the health care team who performs technical support in the perioperative period under the direction and supervision of a RN according to accepted clinical standards of care.
Required Education or Training:
Completion of an Accredited Surgical Technology Program;
Or completion of a military Surgical Technologist Program;
Or hospital based training program with 5 years acute care Surgical Tech experience
Sterile field set-up
Preferred: NBSTSA or NCCT.
Labor and Delivery responsibilites also include but are not limited to, assisting on Labor and Delivery floor, restocking items, unit secretary and assistance during births.
BayCare offers a competitive total reward package including:
• Benefits (Health, Dental, Vision)
• Paid time off
• Tuition reimbursement
• 401K match and additional yearly contribution
• Yearly performance appraisals and team award bonus
• Community discounts and more
• AND the chance to be part of an amazing team and a great place to work!
This job posting is for a Full time, Night shift Surgical Technologist position at St. Joseph's South Hospital- Labor and Delivery in Riverview, FL.
|Required||BLS (Basic Life Support)|
|Preferred||CST (Surgical Tech)|
|Preferred||Reference summary for details||Accredited Program|
|Required||High School or Equivalent|
|Required||Technical||Reference summary for details|
|Or||Reference summary for details|
|Required||1 year||Surgical Technician|
|Or||5 years||Reference summary for details|