Role Information:

We are seeking for motivated and enthusiastic Instrument Coordinator & CSSD Technician to join the team at OneWelbeck Surgery Centre in Central London, a facility offering a new perspective on day surgery in the U.K. Successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with leading specialists across multiple specialities as we embark on an exciting journey that offers huge personal and professional opportunities for all involved. Future plans include development of other centres in the UK and internationally.

  1. Salary: Competitive salary
  2. Location: 33 Wigmore St, London, W1U 1QX

OneWelbeck Surgery:

•    OneWelbeck Surgery was founded by a group of leading Consultants with a goal of developing a state-of- the-art day surgery centre in Central London near the Harley Street medical area.
•    The Surgery Centre includes 3 laminar flow theatres,12 ensuite patient pods and 3 step-up pods
•    The Centre caters Orthopaedic, General, Colorectal, Endoscopy, Gynaecology, ENT, Cardiac, Respiratory, Urology and Pain Management procedures.

Key Responsibilities:

•    Maintains a clean and orderly central processing area (e.g., shelves, counters, equipment)
•    Ensures clean and dirty workspaces are clearly identified and separated
•    Knowledgeable of and maintains strict compliance to sterilisation policies and procedures
•    Reprocesses each item according to industry standards and manufacturer’s instructions for use, including but not limited to decontamination, cleaning, disinfection, and sterilisation
•    Ensures only items designated by manufacturer and approved for re-sterilisation and multiple patient use are processed
•    Inspects instruments under magnification for damage and defects; lubricates items (as required)
•    Ensures all equipment and instrumentation is in good working condition prior to reprocessing
•    Sorts and arranges items into proper trays as defined by facility
•    Wraps trays and individual items according to manufacturer’s instructions for use
•    Properly mixes cleaning solutions per manufacturer’s instructions for use
•    Accurately labels each item per facility policy
•    Correctly operates sterilisers, ultrasonic washer, and other processing equipment per established 
•    protocols, operational instructions and facility policies and procedures
•    Performs and documents required biological/chemical monitoring tests on all sterilisers according to manufacturer’s instructions and established policy/procedure
•    Understands the appropriate response required for a failed Air Removal Test, Sterilisation cycle and/or Biological, or Chemical indicator
•    Ensures contaminated instruments are transported to decontamination room in closed containers marked as biohazardous
•    Maintains inventory levels and accurate records
•    Checks for outdated items and package integrity of wrapped sterilised items; replaces items as necessary
•    Places items in correct location
•    Maintains adequate inventory of all supplies for the sterile processing area
•    Maintains/updates the instrument tray inventory list
•    Accurately documents count of instruments loaned/returned to outside sources
•    Move and handle trays and items of various weights and sizes
•    Maintain accurate records and keep documentation up to date
•    Dispose of contaminated waste in accordance with hospital policy
•    Regularly check that our instruments are in good working order and all faults are reported and take action to rectify problems and escalating issues where necessary
•    Coordinates and communicates with nurses, materials and/or relevant persons in loaning, borrowing, lending and returning instruments and equipment when needed
•    Coordinates with theatre team in a timely manner to ensure the adequacy of instrumentation for the surgical cases 
•    To work as an active member of the theatre team and maintain good working relationships.
•    Attends required education/training
•    Performs other miscellaneous duties as assigned


•    A minimum of 1 year experience in a theatre/CSSD setting (essential)
•    Current BLS certification (essential)
•    Experience in providing safe and effective intraoperative service in various specialities (desirable)

Key Skills:

•    Excellent organisational skills
•    The ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team
•    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
•    The ability to set, implement and evaluate standards of practice
•    The ability to work across functions and to manage pressure
•    Strong numeracy and literacy skills

Salary and Benefits:

•    Competitive salary (experience dependent)
•    Attractive performance-linked incentives
•    Private medical insurance
•    Contributory pension scheme
•    25 days holiday

How to apply:

To apply, please email your current CV and cover letter to