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Central Service Technician 1 - Warehouse

University of California - Los Angeles Health
United States, California, Los Angeles
Jun 19, 2024

will perform duties as a Central Service Technician (CST) which includes
distribution of supplies and equipment as assigned within all facilities at
UCLA Health System including community clinics. This position is a support
position to all patient care units, including the procedural, interventional,
and radiology areas.


  • Perform replenishment of
    supplies and place electronic orders using mobile device or requisition
    application to replenish inventory to set pars.
  • Receive and transport supplies
    and put away supplies to their destinations.
  • Deliveries include driving
    university vehicles to transport supplies and equipment to UCLA community
  • Reconcile packing slips against
    ordered and delivered content using multiple software platforms.
  • Work closely with the clinical
    staff to identify their product needs and staging preferences.
  • Communicate with customer on
    their requests.
  • Assess and revise par levels to
    accommodate changing demand.
  • Set up and/or modify products
    within a supply management software.
  • Recommend or assist in
    inventory cost reduction initiatives.
  • Assist in the management of
    back-ordered items via notification stickers and on-hand counts.
  • Assist in picking up supplies
    from inventory locations.
  • Assist in consolidating return
  • Assist clinical staff with
    researching patient supplies used for charge posting reconciliations.

Range: $23.32- 27.87 Hourly

Bill 525was signed into law by Governor
Newsom in October 2023. Starting June 1, 2024, SB525 sets a new $23 minimum
wage for nonexempt healthcare workers and raises the exempt employee salary
threshold to $1,380/week (equivalent to $5,980/month or $71,760/year).

1. As
defined under SB525, healthcare workers are defined as employees who are
involved in the provision of "health care services," which means "patient
care-related services including nursing; caregiving; services provided by
medical residents, interns, or fellows; technical and ancillary services;
janitorial work; housekeeping; grounds keeping; guard duties; business office
clerical work; food services; laundry; medical coding and billing; call center
and warehouse work; scheduling; and gift shop work; but only where such
services support patient care".

Employees (career, contract, student, per diem) in the UCLA Health medical
facilities (e.g. Ronald Reagan Medical Center, Santa Monica UCLA Hospital,
Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital, etc.) meet these criteria.


  • Ability to push and pull up to
    100 pounds, and lift up to 50 pounds.
  • CA Driver's License (subject to
    DMV Pull)
  • Experience using an Electric
    Pallet Jack, Manual Pallet Jack, Forklift, Furniture dollies, Supply
    Dollies, and Heavy Duty transport carts.
  • Strictly obeys the healthcare
    regulations for infection control.
  • Provides resources information
    regarding proper sterilization techniques, product information, equipment
    operation etc. to fellow staff and other healthcare team members, serving
    as a resource for people needing direction as required.
  • Consistently demonstrates a
    high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Consistently adheres to
    Materials Management / Receiving and UCLA Policies and procedures.
  • Attends all
    in-services/workshops as requested.Assists in the orientation
    and skill development of new staff members.
  • Always ensures a safe, clean
    working environment for self and co-workers. Monitors and reports unsafe
    acts or conditions and assists with resolutions.
  • Consistently maintains good
    guest relations interdepartmentally, intra-departmentally, using English
    language in both written and verbal format. Demonstrates good telephone
    etiquette. Is sensitive to co-workers, patients, and family members, in a
    courteous and respectful manner.
  • Maintains a positive attitude
    and behavior: efficient with time utilization/productive, strives to be a
    team member, prompt attitude, adapts to change in workload, adapts to
    variable rotating shifts, conducts personal business on break or lunch
  • Always responds to the needs of
    all areas.If unable to meet the needs, keeps the area informed
    and offers alternatives.
  • Will actively assist in meeting
    the needs of the department.

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