Missoula Bone and Joint is nearing completion of our new state-of-the-art ambulatory surgery center and are seeking two full-time Certified Surgical Technologists.
This position is responsible for ensuring proper care and use of surgical instruments. Performs surgical scrubbing responsibilities in an accurate, dependable and safe manner.
High school graduate or GED certificate recipient
Completion of surgical scrub technologist program
Strong ethical and moral character references
Two years of previous operating room experience
Internal Number: CST
About Missoula Bone & Joint Surgery Center
About Missoula Bone & Joint Surgery Center -
Our new outpatient surgery center is a two story, 31,949 square foot building with four (4) state of the art surgical suites and private recovery rooms. This facility has the ability to extend a patient's stay up to 23 hours for more complex cases in a wing dedicated for the purpose of keeping the patients' convenience and comfort in mind. Outpatient total joint replacement procedures, outpatient spine procedures and pain management procedures will also be provided in this new facility. We will continue to provide surgical procedures of the shoulder, knee, hip, hand, wrist, elbow, foot and ankle. Energy efficiency was a priority at the new outpatient surgery center.
Missoula Bone & Joint Surgery Center is a physician owned ambulatory surgery center located in Missoula, Montana. For the seventh year, Missoula Bone & Joint was named by Becker's Healthcare as one of the "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare 2016," a compilation of physician groups, hospitals, health systems, ambulatory surgery centers and other healthcare organizations that provide excellent work environments and outstanding benefits to their employees. Missoula Bo...ne & Joint and Surgery Center is the only physician group and ambulatory surgery center in Montana included in this list of organizations that are recognized for going above and beyond for their employees and are considered a great place to work based on their benefits, workplace culture, professional development opportunities and recognition for workplace excellence. In 2018, Missoula, Montana was once again named as one of the top 100 Places to Live in the United States. Missoula unparalleled quality of life. Known as the "Garden City" for its dense trees and lush green landscape, Missoula is nestled in the heart of the northern Rockies in western Montana. Missoula county is a community of approximately 100,000 residents and lies in a mountain forest setting where five valleys converge. Our town offers a wide range of medical services as the major medical hub between Minneapolis and Seattle, Missoula has over 9,700 people working in the health services industry who are committed to keeping Missoulians in top physical shape. There are two major medical centers in Missoula: Community Medical Center and Providence St. Patrick Hospital & Health Sciences Center. Missoula serves as a center for education, medicine, retail and the arts. Located at the base of Mount Sentinel and on the banks of the Clark Fork River is The University of Montana. The 200-acre campus is one of the most beautiful in the nation and is home to 15,000 students. Missoula offers a variety of recreation opportunities. Three major rivers run through the area: the famous Blackfoot River to the northeast, the beautiful Bitterroot River to the south and the Clark Fork of the Columbia River, which flows through the city. Fly fishermen, rafters, kayakers and canoeists thrive on the waters of western Montana. Missoula also offers abundant hiking, biking and skiing opportunities as well.