Responsible for inspecting, installing, performing electrical safety tests, preventive maintenance, calibrating and maintaining medical equipment. Works with and assists other technical staff to insure consistency in operations.
Education and/or experience: Requires an Associate’s degree in Electronics or Biomedical Equipment Technology or completion of a U.S. military electronic or biomedical equipment program; a minimum of three (3) years medical equipment experience, preferably in a healthcare; ICC Certification for Biomedical Equipment Technology preferred. Must possess a valid Tennessee driver’s license and be able to meet hospital insurance requirements.
Knowledge: Knowledge to read electronic and electric schematic drawings and service manuals to maintain equipment within manufacturer’s specifications. Knowledge of medical terminology and capable of communicating in a medical environment.
Skills: Basic computers and software skills in Microsoft Word and Excel. Requires excellent customer service skills. Electro-mechanical experience; requires the knowledge to troubleshoot electronic equipment to component level.
Abilities: Ability to work well with others in a team environment; willing to be on-call on a rotating basis; ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships with fellow workers, nursing, medical staff, vendors and general public; provide technical assistance and instructions to personnel in the operation and maintenance of equipment.
- Work Type: Full Time (0.75 – 1.0)
- Work Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
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