The Associate Tissue Processing Tech position at RTI represents an entry level function.Associates will develop technical skills in their assigned areas, an understanding of the rules and regulations that RTI administers, and the basic operating approach at RTI including: reading, understanding, and following work instructions; working in a team environment; and learning to work with minimal supervision.
The Tissue Processing Tech 2 position at RTI requires proficiency in at least two relevant processing Competencies.Level 2 Technicians will continue to develop technical skills in their assigned areas, further their growth as team contributors, and begin using their experience and technical abilities to demonstrate leadership characteristics.
The Tissue Processing Tech3 position requires proficiency in at least 2 relevant processing competencies and complete understanding of RTI operation, policy and procedures.Individuals in this position should have well developed team and leadership skills, and they are expected to show a strong commitment to quality and continuous improvement.
The Tissue Processing Tech4 position requires proficiency of at least 3 relevant processing competencies (preferably multiple weighted competencies) and complete understanding of RTI operation, policy and procedures.Individuals in this position are expected to show a strong commitment to quality and continuous improvement, and a willingness and ability to perform as both leaders and strong team players in their workgroups.
The Expert Tissue Processing Tech role at RTI is a senior processing professional who has developed excellent skills in key processing areas and has shown leadership capabilities and superior results in processing yields, quality and productivity. The position requires hands on experience and proficiency (or mastery) of several of RTI’s tissue processing competencies including one or more of RTI’s most complicated processes.
While the human body is amazingly resilient, it can sometimes be pushed beyond its limits. If your doctor has told you that you need a tissue implant to repair damage done to your body, check our Patient section for more information.