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Surgical technologists are allied healthcare professionals. Their main responsibility is to assist the surgeon in the operation theater. Surgical technologists are usually employed by hospitals and private surgery clinics, where they sterilize surgical equipment, keep the operating room ready in all aspects, help the surgeon during the procedure and account for all equipment and supplies after the procedure. It is a job that requires a keen eye for details and a high level of precision.
Postsecondary education is necessary for becoming a surgical technologist. Surgical technology programs are available through vocational schools, community colleges and several hospitals and universities as well. Course duration is typically 2 years. Surgical technology training typically includes classroom lectures as well as hands-on experience in supervised clinical settings. Surgical technologists must be dextrous, detail oriented and quick on their feet. They must also have strong team-working and stress management skills and the physical endurance to stand on their feet for several hours at a time.
Surgical technologist interviews focus on ascertaining your job interest as well as your job skills. Do you know exactly what the job entails? How would you prepare for a cardiac operation? Do you know the safety precautions that need to be observed in an operation theater? Are you aware of sterilization techniques? Are you a good team worker and are you good at taking instructions? How you answer all of these questions is important and will impact the success of your interview. Practicing how to answer key questions will help you to be more confident at your surgical technologist interview. At Mock Questions, you will find a long list of commonly asked questions, That's a good place to get started on rehearsing your replies.