The Perioperative Sterile Processing and Supply Chain Manager is responsible for the effective management, direction, and supervision of the Perioperative Sterile Processing department including the furnishing of sterile and non sterile supplies, instrument/equipment and services throughout Carle's main campus and the Ambulatory Surgery Centers. Scope of services include the preprocessing/distribution, decontamination process and sterile processing to be in compliance with DNV, DHS, OSHA, AAMI and AORN standards. Manages the loaner equipment processes to ensure compliance with organizational policies. Provides support to clinical departments for equipment and instrumentation to support patient safety, infection prevention policies and department operations in alignment with the organization priorities. As a key position in the organization, this position will plan, direct and coordinate activities involved in the acquisition, decontamination, storage, assembly, cleaning and sterilization of medical, surgical and related supplies, materials and equipment utilized in the care and treatment of patients
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS Bachelors Related Field or Bachelor's degree must be completed w/in 3 years of hire date.
CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS Certified SPD Technician (CSPDT) certification (CBSPD) or Certified and Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) certification (IAHCSMM) and Certified in Sterile Processing Management (CSPM) certification or Certified in Healthcare Leadership (CHL) certification (IAHCSMM). Bachelor's degree must be obtained within three (3) years of start date in position. Certified SPD Technician (CSPDT) certification (CBSPD) or Certified and Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) certification (IAHCSMM) required within one (1) year of start date in position. Certified in Sterile Processing Management (CSPM) certification or Certified in Healthcare Leadership (CHL) certification (IAHCSMM) required within two (2) years of start date in position.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Three (3) Related Field
Internal Number: 1232018
Based in Urbana, IL, The Carle Foundation is a vertically integrated health system with more than 7,000 employees in its hospitals, physician group, health plan and associated healthcare operations.
Serving a population of over 1.4 million people across 41 counties in Illinois and five in Indiana, Carle provides patient-focused, world-class care with a dedication to research and education.
The 413-bed Carle Foundation Hospital is the region’s only Level I Trauma Center and offers Level III perinatal services. Carle ranked in 2018 as one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals by Healthgrades, a Best Hospital by U.S. News and World Report and has achieved Magnet® designation, the nation’s highest honor for nursing care. In addition, Carle secured Great Place to Work in Healthcare® honors in 2018. The system also includes the 24-bed critical-access Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center, the 134-bed Carle Richland Memorial Hospital, and Carle Physician Group with more than 500 doctors.
Carle’s Centers for Excellence include Mills Breast Cancer Institute, Carle Cancer Center, Carle Spine Institute, Carle Neuroscience Institute, Carle Digestive Health Institute and Carle Heart and Vasc...ular Institute. Carle Illinois College of Medicine is the world’s first engineering-based college of medicine. And the Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute enables clinicians and scientists to partner in solving some of today’s most pressing health issues.
Part of the Carle system, Health Alliance is a leading provider-driven health plan serving nearly a quarter-million members in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio and Washington. In 2017 and 2018, Health Alliance was awarded by J.D. Power for highest member satisfaction among commercial health plans in the Illinois and Indiana Region.