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Central Processing Tech I - Gaylord, MI - NIGHT SHIFT - Hands On Training Provided

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Location: Gaylord
Status (FT/PT): Full-Time
Shift: Night/Rotating shift
Req ID: 55947


Do you want to be a part of a highly diverse team?
We are seeking go-getters who strive to implement new initiatives to meet demands. In our fast-paced environment, we aspire to provide safe patient care at the highest quality.

Central Processing Technicians have the opportunity to evolve an ever-changing department to provide services for the operating room, hospital floors and outside departments.

What is a Central Processing Technician? 

CPT's play a vital role in assisting with prevention of infection by cleaning, sterilizing, processing, assembling, storing and distributing medical instruments. A great deal of precision is necessary to carry out this job effectively. If you are patient, detail-oriented, can take direction and prefer hands-on work, this is your opportunity to apply.

The Benefits of Working at Munson:

  • Sign-On Bonus up to $5,000*
  • On-the-job training
  • Competitive salaries
  • Full benefits, paid holidays, and paid time off (up to 19 days your first year)
  • Tuition reimbursement and ongoing educational opportunities
  • Retirement savings plan with employer match and personal consulting
  • Wellness plans, an employee assistance program and employee discounts

*Terms and conditions apply


  • High school graduate


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the duties and responsibilities of a Sterile Processing Technician?

A Sterile Processing Technician will have many duties throughout the day, such as retrieving and processing used instruments, processing instruments with various chemicals to sterilize the instruments for future use and ensuring the organization has an adequate inventory of instruments as needed.

What makes a good Sterile Processing Technician?

A good Sterile Processing Technician must have excellent organizational skills since they are required to oversee the sterilization of instruments across different departments. They must also have good communication skills to provide updates to Surgeons and other medical professionals throughout the day.

Who does a Sterile Processing Technician work with?

A Sterile Processing Technician typically works alone when they sterilize instruments in the Central Processing Department (CPD), but they may work with Surgical Technicians to ensure instruments are set properly in operating rooms upcoming operations.

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