Imaging Equipment Technician


Rochester, NY

Industry: Patient Care


5 - 7 years

Posted 331 days ago

  by    Leslie Collison

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The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) is made up of many parts, all devoted to providing highly advanced medical care. Our Mission of ?Ever Better? means we improve the well-being of patients and communities by delivering innovative, compassionate, patient and family-centered health care, enriched by education, science and technology. This, we believe, is the only way to provide Medicine of the Highest Order. 

The University of Rochester Medical Center is looking for a skilled individual to join our team as an Imaging Equipment Technician in the Department of Clinical Engineering. Imaging Equipment Technicians support a highly skilled team, recognized as world leaders in radiological testing & research, by servicing a variety of imaging equipment both in URMC?s hospital and offsite locations. This equipment can include x-ray, ultrasound, radiography, CAT scanners, linear accelerators, PET/CT scanners, and MRI scanners.

Essential Duties:

?       Perform safety and preventative maintenance inspections on clinical imaging and radiation equipment. Also calibrate equipment.

?       Troubleshoot equipment malfunctions and perform repairs to clinical imaging and radiation equipment.

?       Maintain electronic database files for medical equipment.

?       At times, work on special projects such as new equipment evaluations, and train othertechnicians in preventative maintenance and troubleshooting.


?       AAS or BS degree in Electronics Technology, Biomedical Engineering, Instrumentation Technology or a related field ? equivalent military experience & education will also be considered.

?       At least 5years?experience in the repair and maintenance of medical imaging equipment.

?       Demonstrated repair and troubleshooting skills associated with imaging equipment

?       Must be able to read schematics and mechanical diagrams.

?       Must be proficient in the use of test equipment such as multimeters, oscilloscopes, and devices designed for testing specific medical imaging equipment.