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Anesthesia Equipment Specialist

The Department of Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology offers a challenging and exciting environment for Anesthesia Specialists. Anesthesia Specialists work in the cardiac and thoracic operating rooms and perform functions associated with equipment management and set up, inventories, and infection control.

Responsibilities of the Anesthesia Specialist include:

  • Operating room set up
  • Materials management
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Disinfection and sterilization
  • Maintenance of specialty supplies and devices
  • OR call response for blood, drugs, lab tests, and supplies

Anesthesia Specialists must have good interpersonal skills to promote a productive working environment. Anesthesia Specialists must have a minimum of one year experience in a clinical environment. Opportunities for career progression and professional certification are available with training, experience, and demonstration of skill competencies.

For more information about opportunities for this position at Cleveland Clinic, contact:

Mark McConnell
216.444.8587


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Reviewed: 08/13

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