Duties include understanding the typical day of an engineer and how to work in a hospital environment, how to respond to service calls, balancing workload, documentation of repairs and PMs, vendor management, learning how to calibrate equipment, troubleshooting techniques for various types of equipment, preventive maintenance procedures, electrical safety, and how to repair equipment. In this position, you will perform preventative maintenance procedures, inventory validation and have the opportunity to work alongside experienced technicians in a real-time service environment.
Be currently enrolled in an associates or technical degree program or have the equivalent military training in the biomedical field.
Experience working with biomedical equipment in a clinical engineering environment preferred
Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Frequently required to reach, pull, and/or employ fine motor skills during the installation, servicing, and maintenance of medical equipment
Frequently required to bend, crouch, kneel, climb, balance, or otherwise maneuver body while servicing and/or inspecting medical equipment
Frequently required to operate tools/machinery that use hand and/or foot controls (drills, saws, electronic test equipment, etc.) when servicing medical equipment
Frequently required to lift, carry, or otherwise move up to 50 lbs while working with medical equipment
Must be able to pass pre-employment screening which will include a limited background check and screen for illegal substance use.