Propper is always looking to add qualified personnel to all aspects of our business. Anyone who is interested in joining our team should submit their resumé to [email protected] All submissions will be reviewed and we will confirm receipt and respond.

We are currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Research and Development Scientists
Inside Sales Representative
Job descriptions are available from our Human Resources Department.

We offer competitive salaries and generous medical, dental and vision care benefits. In addition, we offer Health Savings Accounts (“HSA”) and a subsidized gym membership.

We routinely offer internships and summertime opportunities to college students and high school graduates.

Latest Courses

ON DEMAND: Flipping the Switch

Flipping the Switch

How to Navigate the Perils of Switching Products

We all have experiences in our professional and personal lives when we have had to navigate switching brands and products. Perhaps your manager announced they are changing the gloves you use in decontamination this week. Or your favorite sterilization wrap is no longer on contract with your facility, and now you have a decision to make. For some people, the idea of new and different is exciting. For others, change is always seen as a bad thing — even if there are good results from the change. This presentation will provide frontline users and department leaders insight into how to think, act, and react to change and prepare your team to manage the perils and potentials of switching products.




  • Discuss the common reasons brand & product changes happen in the healthcare setting.
  • Describe reactions staff and internal customers may have to product changes.
  • Discuss a roadmap for successfully executing product changes.

This course is approved to receive 1.0 CE from CBSPD and HSPA (formerly IAHCSMM).

ON DEMAND: Microcredential Graduates Tell-All: Panel Discussion

Sterile Processing: Cross-Contamination microcredential

Do you want to enhance your professional competency but don’t know where to begin? How about joining your fellow Sterile Processing professionals in completing the first-ever Sterile Processing micro-credential? Join us and recent Sterile Processing Cross-Contamination Microcredential graduates for a tell-all panel discussion. Hear what our graduates have to say about this high-value educational endeavor and the tools for success. If you’ve already completed all the industry certifications you can and are wondering what’s next for you–then this is the session for you!


  • Attendees will understand what is a microcredential.
  • Learn how completing coursework for a microcredential can help them improve their skills.
  • Attendees will gain valuable insights from their peers about the Sterile Processing Microcredential course.

This course is approved to receive 1.0 CE from CBSPD and HSPA (formerly IAHCSMM).

ON DEMAND: Made to Order

Made to Order: An Inside Look At the Logistics Of Sterile Processing Products and Manufacturing

An Inside Look at the Logistics of Sterile Processing Products and Manufacturing

When the Discovery Channel released the first season of “How It’s Made?” over 20 years ago, few people knew how big of a hit the documentary-style film series would be. Showing how everyday items like bubble gum, car engines, and guitars would become. The audience for the show has been growing ever since its January 6th, 2001 debut.

Have you ever wondered what an episode of “How It’s Made?” would look like in your Sterile Processing department? Have you ever considered how the products you use in your department come to be and everything that’s entailed in getting them from the warehouse to the hospital dock? There’s more than meets the eye to the stories of supposedly simple things like peel pouches, sterilization tape, and load stickers. This presentation will give you an inside look into the world of product manufacturing and logistics.


  • Explore trends in the Medical Device Industry and how they are impacting healthcare.
  • Provide insight into product research, design, and manufacturing.
  • Describe the process and logistics of manufacturing medical devices.
  • Outline user experience impacted by manufacturing and logistics.

This course is approved to receive 1.0 CE from CBSPD and HSPA (formerly IAHCSMM).

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