Implant Specialist Team Leader
Johns Hopkins Hospital - Baltimore, MD

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Reports to the Implant Manager and is responsible primarily for planning and directing the daily activities of Implant Specialists. Sets a positive example for the Implant Specialists (e.g.: training, rounding, being proactive, and providing superior customer service). Provides daily supervision of the Implant Specialists in both the GOR and Weinberg Operating Room and Central Sterile environments. Has the authority to give verbal warnings to the Implant Specialists for first-time, minor offenders. After the first verbal warning, the Team Leader must notify the Implant Manager. At the Implant Manager’s discretion, Team Lead participates in performance reviews of his/her Implant Specialists. Reviews the OR schedule on a daily basis to determine appropriate implant, loaner, and instrument needs. Performs regular checks on operating room implant and/or instrument needs to ensure availability, cleanliness, and all implants needed, have been provided in a timely matter. Ensures implant cleaning and documentation are being followed and provides guidance and training where needed. Takes personal responsibility for troubleshooting scheduling challenges, provides direct over-sight for ensuring all implant loaners have arrived per Loaner Policy, in rigid containers, without the appropriate loaner paperwork, set contents, and sterilization parameters. Oversees documentation within the Perioperative Implant Specialist team to include rounding checklists, implant processing, and the auditing of implant sets, specifically identifying temporality out of stock implants/items and reporting missing items to the Implant Manager and GOR or Weinberg Inventory Control Specialist immediately. Assists Manager with implant schedule, weekend on-call, and implant related special projects. Ensures areas surrounding the ORs are organized and clutter-free. Provides prompt, courteous, customer support, including but not limited to the dependable diagnosis of implant set readiness. This work is performed under the general supervision of the Implant Manager. Requires a minimum of five years of experience with surgical and/or anesthesia procedures, supply, central sterile, instrumentation and/or equipment with at least 1 year of experience in special projects.
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