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Performs diagnostic trouble-shooting, repair and maintenance of sophisticated complex electronic, electro-mechanical and mechanical biomedical equipment. Examples include ultrasound, infusion devices, surgical tables, patient monitoring systems, and other electro-mechanical and microprocessor-based instrumentation. Repairs and maintains other non-direct patient care equipment. Should have general IT and cybersecurity knowledge related to the healthcare technology environment. Evaluates new, proposed and existing equipment and related maintenance programs making recommendations for changes.
Performs acceptance inspection of new biomedical equipment and ensures equipment meets manufacturers' specifications for safe and proper use. Completes purchase requisitions for parts and supplies. Contributes to continuous quality improvement projects and activities. Provides technical assistance when needed for Biomedical Equipment Technician 1. Performs duties under general supervision when needed. Maintains a safe, clean and pleasant work environment. Fulfills team roles as needed.
Formal electronics education (college level or equivalent program).
Minimum three (3) years practitioner-level experience in medical equipment repair and maintenance.
Healthcare/Medical center experience.
On job training in a medical facility.
Ability to display expert judgement in decision making in expedient situations where patient safety may be at risk.
Proficient with software programs and applications (Microsoft Office, etc.).
Working knowledge of regulating agencies codes and standards for hospitals and clinics (title 22, TJC, AAMI, NFPA, etc).
AS in electronics.
Equipment manufacturer training certifications.
Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs.
Required to be part of the rotating on-call staff covering nights, holidays and weekends.
Must be willing to travel for educational purposes.
Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical.
Per Biomedical Equipment Services department on-call policy, technician must reside within a safe commutable distance to be able to respond to on-site emergencies within 60 minutes or less.
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