ORC Instrument Management Coordinator

Steris Applied Sterilization Technologies

Position Summary

Provide support and coordination regarding instrument management functions to include purchasing, inventory, repair and maintenance and tracking system maintenance.  This individual must also ensure a collaborative working relationship with the customer and manage instrumentation for multiple departments.



Responsible for managing to customer budget related to instruments. Ensures solid communications related to budget adherence to customer requirements. Includes proposing budget modifications to customer for inventory – replacements and additional inventory needs.

Manages instrumentation, device, and product purchasing and inventory.

Manages instrument and device repair and maintenance program.

Provides on-site support and communication to assigned facilities with a focus on efforts to provide cost savings to the hospital by ensuring all surgical tools are functioning properly for their intended purpose.

Collaborates with the System Executives, Director of Surgery, OR team, Perioperative team, leaders/coordinators, and SPD manager to plan and implement updates to count sheets, preference cards, tray reconfigurations, and inventory lists. Will also collaborate with managers to review and reset appropriate care and handling processes.

Maintains and updates instrument Tracking System (when applicable/assigned) by:

Manages and maintains required sterilization assurance materials and supplies for departmental needs.

Documents daily cost savings initiatives, with total monies saved, and reports potential barriers to implementation.

Communicates regularly with the STERIS IMS Account Manager and support teams to ensure customer needs are met daily and any issues are resolved promptly.


Duties - cont'd

Education Degree

High School Diploma or GED


Required Experience

Education Degree: Required/Preferred

High School Diploma or GED

Associate degree from an accredited two-year college or technical school preferred.


Required Experience

Minimum of three years’ experience working with surgical instruments/devices and/or as SPD/SCPD technician required.

Basic understanding of medical instrumentation and devices.

Must be knowledgeable and able to work efficiently within the Microsoft Office suite (including Word and Excel). Must be capable of learning and working efficiently in ERP systems. Must be capable of learning additional software as required.

SPD Technician Certification required.

Must maintain valid Driver’s License and vehicle insurance to meet travel requirements.

Supports and maintains compliance with STERIS IMS established policies and procedures, the assigned facility and those of the Department of Health, JCAHO, OSHA, CDC, AAMI, AORN standards, and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Instructions for Use (IFUs).

Communicates in a professional manner verbally and in writing to all hospital staff and company employees. Maintains a professional relationship with all facility departments to ensure effective, efficient support to the patient caregivers.

Represents STERIS IMS, self and profession positively in all public arenas.

Refers all decisions beyond personal scope of responsibilities to STERIS IMS leadership.

Communicates to STERIS IMS leadership all non-compliance with regulatory and safety issues.

Adheres to STERIS IMS / facility dress requirements, is neat and well-groomed at all times.

Leads and participates in in-services and educational offerings provided by STERIS IMS in the facility.

Promotes best demonstrated practices with co-workers through open communication and continuous improvement of skills.

Follows chain of command within hospital and STERIS IMS regarding identified problems or issues to ensure proper communication and resolution.

Assists in providing timely resolution to issues or concerns.

Completes documentation required by STERIS IMS related to Standard Operating Procedures or facility policies.

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Research assistant / technician


North America

Durham , United States


United States



Research assistant / technician