Performs all functions relating to the inspection, repair and maintenance of clinical equipment and systems. Serves as the lead technician and technical adviser to the department Director.
Education: Associates degree in Applied Science of Technology or equivalent two-year vocational or military education required.
Experience: Four years minimum experience in field directly related to the service of Biomedical electronics required.
Licensure/certification/registration: AAMI certified or equivalent preferred. Must actively participate in a professional organization such as NCBA, AAMI or industry equivalent. Must be enrolled in at least 40 hours, annually, of management approved relevant continuing education.Must be able to orient and train entry level technicians.
Additional skills required: Ability to successfully complete generic and department-specific skills validation and competency testing. Ability to successfully apply customer satisfaction standards. Effective oral and written communication skills. High level of technical expertise on clinical equipment systems. Ability to analytically troubleshoot electronic, electrical and mechanical equipment issues using a variety of testing equipment and protocols. Ability to utilize and interpret technical service manuals and/or documentation. Ability to interact with individuals of all cultures and levels of authority.