The Biomedical Engineer plans, trains others, and installs, maintains and repairs sophisticated medical equipment and systems utilized in the diagnosis treatment and monitoring of patients.
• Working under the supervision of a manager or designee, perform all phases of scheduled and corrective repairs of biomedical equipment and medical systems.
• Perform pre-issue and asset accounting, equipment installation and de-installation of related equipment as needed.
• Performs scheduled and unscheduled inspections, maintenance and electrical safety tests of biomedical equipment where applicable to maintain code compliance.
• Responsible for documenting the results of all inspections, maintenance and tests.
• Must work collaboratively with all other biomedical engineers specialties (Instrumentation, X-Ray, CT/MR, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Nuclear Med, Clinical Laboratory, RT/Anesthesia, Ophthalmology/Lasers, and Clinical Systems Integrations), KPIT, Business Partners, and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) representatives.
• Individual is required to complete applicable documentation of all work performed, in a timely manner.
• After hours work may be required on a scheduled and nonscheduled basis to complete required work.
• Will be assigned to weekday and weekend on-call schedule to perform emergency service.
• Minimum four (4) years of experience of formal and on the job training.
• Computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance (CT/MR) - Must have a formal training from the leading industry OEMs, with minimum four (4) years of service and OJT training for service/support of General Electric Healthcare (GEHC), Philips and Siemens CT and /or MRI Systems.
• Associates degree or equivalent in electronics, physics or related science degree preferred.
Must have clean driving record and a valid US Driver's License.
Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening.