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Under the general supervision of the Department Head, Anesthesia, and while demonstrating a commitment to the Mission, Values and Management Philosophy of St.
Boniface General Hospital (SBGH), the ANESTHESIA ATTENDANT is responsible for : assisting with functions related to preparing, assembling and setting up Anesthesia supplies and equipment;
inspecting, disassembling, assembling, cleaning and maintaining Anesthesia apparatus and devices; ordering, maintaining inventory of and restocking Anesthesia supplies;
performing various cleaning duties; maintaining records as per department policy; picking up Anesthesia equipment / items from other departments;
transporting patients as requested; and performing other related duties as assigned.
Ability to work in a Windows operating environment
One (1) year *related experience during the immediate preceding three (3) years
Note : "Related" experience is deemed to be experience as a Sterile Processing Attendant, CPD, Sterile Processing Attendant O.
R., Sterile Processing Attendant NFA or as a Health Care Aide in Post Anesthesia Recovery Room or in an Intensive or Critical Care area.
Education (Degree / Diploma / Certificate)
Grade XII or recognized equivalent.
Successful completion of a regionally recognized and approved Sterile Processing Program from an accredited institution.
Note : New employees will be required to pass a test administered by the department upon completion of the SBGH Anesthesia Attendant Program.
Certification / Licensure / Registration
Annual BLS level C registration / re-registration is required.
Qualifications and Skills
Ability to read, write, speak and understand English
Ability to interact well with others
Ability to retain information which is of a confidential nature
Ability to work with accuracy
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Ability to adapt readily to stressful situations
Ability to walk, stand, bend, lift, twist and reach constantly throughout the entire shift.
Ability to lift and carry equipment / trays weighing up to approximately 40 lbs / 18 kgs.
Good physical health with the ability to lift and move patients.
Ability to maneuver and push / pull loaded carts.