Posted in Other 6 days ago.
Location: dover, New Hampshire
Join Wentworth-Douglass Hospital and be a part of the Mass General Brigham family, a billion-dollar health system that includes both community hospitals, physicians' networks and two of the nation's most prestigious teaching institutions.
Reporting directly to a Clinical Leader who is a Surgical Technologist, you will be part of the surgical team that makes a meaningful difference in our patients lives. We offer a sign-on bonus, a new more competitive salary range, flexible part time and full time schedules and a collaborative work environment.
Our Surgical Technologists provide scrub support for an 8 room state of the art acute care facility, and we're expanding! Join a diverse Surgical Team who have a combination of experience ranging from new grad to over 30 years. Our Surgeries include orthopedics, ENT, general, bariatic, vascular, plastics and thoracic. With an in-department CST Educator, learning new skills and growth as a Surgical Technologist could be in your future.
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital is renowned as one of the largest acute care hospitals in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and Southern Maine. We value people who contribute to patient-centered care that enhances community health; we recognize and reward those who share our values and transform our patients' lives. We invite you to explore opportunities, cultivate community wellness and professional growth. Join Wentworth-Douglass Hospital and expand your career!
Experience Minimum Required
• Recent Surgical Scrub experience
• One year of Surgical Scrub experience
Education Minimum Required
• Completion of an approved Surgical Technologist Program or completion of hospital based training program and two or more years recent scrub experience
Licensure and/or Certifications Required
• ARC or AHA BLS, NH Medical Technician Registration
Licensure and/or Certifications Preferred/Desired
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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