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To perform tests, repairs, calibrations, inspections, and preventive maintenance checks on Imaging related equipment used in medical diagnosis or therapy, applying technical knowledge of electro-radiological and mechanical systems, and user knowledge of computers. With certification and training in multiple or high-end imaging modalities, understands the global impact to business and customers of imaging decisions.
- Respond or direct responses to calls from Hospitals, clinical departments to evaluate and rectify valid operator complaints and concerns.
- Perform or direct planned preventive maintenance, calibrations where required, and electrical safety inspections on various Imaging equipment in compliance with established standards.
- Conduct or direct incident investigation, inspect and test malfunctioning equipment to determine course of malfunction, following learned procedures and manual instructions, using specialized test and analysis instruments and manufacturer’s specifications.
- Utilizes specialized knowledge and training to perform or direct system calibrations within area of expertise. (i.e.-Rad, RF, Mammo, Nuc Med, Pet-CT, Linear Acc, Ct, MR, Ultrasound)
- Assists in training and directing other Imaging Specialists and cross training of BMET technicians into Imaging service.
- Knowledge of the operation of multiple or High-end Imaging equipment including but not limited to Radiographic, Radiographic/ Fluoroscopic, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Linear Accelerator, Pet-CT, CT, MRI, and Ultrasound.
Credentials and Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in Science, technology, Biomedical equipment technology training is required.
- Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in biomedical equipment repair and maintenance in research laboratory, hospital and/or healthcare facility is required
- - OR - * Associates degree plus any one of the preferred certifications listed below, with an additional two (2) years of relevant Electronic Technician experience plus the five (5) years (for a total of 7 years) experience may be considered "in lieu" of a Bachelor's degree.
- - OR - * High School Diploma plus any one of the preferred certifications listed below, with an additional five (5) years of relevant Electronic Technician experience plus the five (5) years (for a total of 10 years) experience may be considered "in lieu" of a Bachelor's degree.
- “In lieu of” a Bachelor’s degree one of the following certifications is required-
- CRES certification- Certified Radiology Equipment Specialist
- Varian or relevant DOD military training certifications