BMET I,REQ 27999,Biomedical Engineeri,40hrs. 7:30am-4pm
The Biomedical Equipment Technician I contribute to the success of the business by providing excellent communication and interpersonal skills, supported with a positive attitude. Reports to Clinical Engineering operational manager and may interact with hospital functional managers. Peers include radiology, laboratory, nursing, facility staff and supervisors.
Accountable for ensuring the effectiveness and efficiency of operational processes for Steward Health Care System, as described by corporate mission and executive leadership team.
Responsible for overseeing…
Perform a variety of routine tasks associated with the installation and maintenance of a diverse range of clinical equipment.
Assemble, repair and maintain mechanical, pneumatic, electrical and basic electronic devices according to specifications.
Perform electrical safety tests on clinical equipment using specialized test equipment.
Assist in the support of a systematic preventive maintenance program of biomedical instrumentation.
Document the introduction of new therapeutic and diagnostic equipment, corrective and preventive maintenance actions and special requests as required.
Diagnose and correct system and equipment malfunctions by making repairs to ensure that medical equipment and internal circuitry meet specified requirements; make necessary calculations for computing circuit elements necessary to adjust circuitry to specified requirements as instructed.
Serve as a resource to Holy Family Hospital employees in the proper operation and maintenance of clinical equipment.
Notify user departments regarding status of repairs and works with departments to obtain loaner or replacement equipment as required.
Report all patient safety issues to supervisor or manager and assist with correction of issue as required.
Meet departmental performance standards on a consistent basis.
Answer phones in a pleasant manner, screen and refer calls as appropriate; deliver messages and provide information to staff, visitors, and patients, upon request.
Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor.
Maintain good working relationships with fellow workers, nursing and medical staff, and the general public.
Maintain accurate and timely documentation.
Maintain a clean and safe workplace.
Perform all duties related to this position as they are needed.
Develop and implement a plan for professional growth.
Effectively prioritize tasks and maintains required levels of productivity.
Associates Degree in Electronics or Biomedical Equipment Technology is preferred.
Require 6 months experience in electronic, mechanical or electro-mechanical repair or equivalent. May be entry level with internship experience.