Health Care Field Technician
The responsibilities of a healthcare field technician are traveling to hospitals, ambulatory sites and medical practice offices collecting pharmaceutical waste, sometimes consolidating those pharmaceuticals in larger containers or simply swapping out a full container for an empty one. This person will also sometimes have to manage flammable liquids, formalin (formaldehyde) straining (which involves specimens from surgeries and such), batteries, light bulbs, electronic waste, oils and other items from maintenance, x-ray panels and other items found in hospitals. This person would need to pass a background check, have a clean driving record. Once hired, this person would get a series of Hepatitis shots, TB tests, blood borne pathogen training and Hazwoper & RCRA/DOT training.
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Avon Lake, OH
Tue, 2 May 2017 11:49:34 PDT