Monmouth Medical Center is one of New Jersey's largest community teaching hospitals, where physicians work as a team dedicated to academic and clinical excellence and comprehensive, compassionate patient care. Monmouth Medical Center has been an affiliate of Philadelphia's Drexel University College of Medicine for more than 40 years. As part of RWJ Barnabas Health, Monmouth Medical Center is a leader in designing unparalleled new ways for delivering health care. For over 128 years, Monmouth Medical Center has been the leader in central New Jersey in providing the best in health care and the latest in medical technology to nearly 1 million residents that comprise its primary service area of Monmouth County, and portions of Ocean and Middlesex counties. Summary of Job Function: The OR Patient Service Associate is responsible for multiple functions including cleaning and maintaining all OR rooms, substerile areas, and other areas within the department. The OR Patient Service Associate is also responsible for the inventory of supplies, and transporting patients to and from the department. Will be crossed trained to perform assigned job duties in the main Operating Room and Ambulatory Surgery Center. Scheduling and assignment will be determined by perioperative staffing needs at the discretion of perioperative leadership. Is responsible for reporting identified safety issues such as hazardous environments (i.e. damaged floors/walls/ceiling tiles/unsecured areas) and medical errors, etc. Job Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent; Trade/Vocational training preferred. Knowledge of inventory control techniques Hospital housekeeping experience preferred Successful completion of all orientation programs Barnabas Health offers excellent-provided benefits which include: Competitive compensation Comprehensive medical/dental benefits Employer-matched 401(k) savings plan Flexible Spending Plans PTO program Tuition reimbursement and so much more. Equal Employment Opportuni
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