Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for calibrating, inspecting and solving routine technical problems of all direct and in-direct patient care related electronic devices and systems.
Diagnoses, tests, troubleshoots, repairs and calibrates biomedical devices and systems to manufacturer's specifications with the ability to learn more complicated systems.
Utilizes applicable drawings, diagrams and technical manuals. Prepares and maintains records of repairs, inspections and maintenance using both paper and computer systems.
Maintains and repairs patient lifts, beds, and other electro-mechanical equipment as assigned.
Attends factory training when needed to support new biomedical devices.
Communicates effectively with both internal and external customers as needed.
Maintains effective vendor relations on an ongoing basis to assure optimal functioning of all assigned biomedical equipment, systems and devices.
Participates in after hours call coverage including periodic need to provide on-site support during off hours.
Additional duties as assigned.
Minimum 3 years of experience working with biomedical equipment in a clinical engineering environment, healthcare experience preferred.
Working knowledge of systems utilized for recording ongoing maintenance activities, tracking service histories and producing reports as indicated.
Strong attention to detail, ability to maintain focus with intermittent distractions.
Ability to remain flexible and respond to changing priorities while remaining focused on results
Excellent trouble-shooting skills.
Demonstrates excellent interpersonal communication
Associates degree in electronics/biomedical equipment technology, military training or equivalent experience.