Check out instrument kits, individual instruments, sundries, etc to students at the beginning of each clinic session utilizing the School's electronic records system, axiUm.
Check out items to students as requested during clinic sessions.
Maintain organization of the dispensary.
Replenish stock, rotating for expiration dates as necessary.
Document items needed for restocking.
Check returned items for completeness, cleanliness, and breakage.
Process items for sterilization processing, including the processing/oiling of hand pieces and replenishment of bur blocks/kits.
Perform daily, weekly, and quarterly preventative maintenance on instruments and hand pieces.
Recommend replacement of unserviceable items.
Operate sterilizers and washers ensuring proper cycle progression and performing test to assure proper operation.
This position may require working on weekends a couple of times a year.
The Instrument Management Program provides instruments and materials for patient care in the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry's clinics.
Hourly Salary Range: $15.33 to $19.45 USD/hour
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
Required Qualifications: (must be documented)
Successful completion of an accredited Central Sterile Processing training program, OR three (3) months experience working in a sterile processing/dispensing environment or equivalent.
This position requires you to be able to stand on feet for entire work shift, lift 40 pounds, bend and stoop repeatedly in the handling of materials and use a ladder to reach supplies on upper shelves.
Dental Assistant experience.
Demonstrated familiarity with dental instruments, supplies, and sundries.
Internal Number: 325955
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