Prosthetic Technician Job Offering
Shamrock Prosthetics is a growing, well-established, privately owned, ABC accredited facility providing services in Athens and the metro Atlanta area. As a Prosthetics Technician you will be working in our new 2,000 sq. feet state of the art lab. The Prosthetics Technician supports the Prosthetist(s) in providing care to patients with partial or total absence of a limb by fabricating prostheses and their components. Under the guidance and with the consultation of the prosthetist, the technician creates positive molds resulting in maximum fit, function, cosmetics and workmanship. The technician also repairs and maintains the prosthetic devices.
-Perform fabrication and repair of prosthetic devices, according to Shamrock quality and quantity standards.
-Perform ordering and receiving and other inventory tasks as assigned.
-Maintain a safe clean and orderly work environment.
-Adhere to all safety regulations; compliance with Medicare and other governmental regulations; compliance with blood borne and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.
-Other duties as required.
Desired Skills and Abilities:
-Knowledge and hand skills needed to fabricate and repair prostheses according to patient measurements, casts and in compliance with a physician's prescription.
-Mechanical ability and hand-eye coordination to use laboratory tools safely and effectively.
-Effective organizational, time management and planning skills.
-Willingness to be coached/trained.
-A desire to be innovative, find creative and new solutions, stay abreast of new technology and advancements in the industry.
-Experience with electronic health/medical record, purchasing and inventory systems such as OPIE or Futura.
-Technical training School or 2 years' experience preferred.
Shamrock offers a competitive salary and benefits package; which includes, health, dental, vision, life, Ltd and IRA matching as well as paid sick and vacation time. Interested?
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Updated: Apr 04, 2019