BIOMEDICAL TECHNICIAN SENIOR - CLINICAL ENGINEERINGApply Now Email Job Job ID: OTH01NIE
Maintains an environment of safety for patients, self, and others. Makes periodic rounds of assigned clinical and support areas to assess operation of medical devices. Notes trends, documents discrepancies, develops and implements solutions to safety related issues and equipment operation.
Promotes and directly participates in department services, special projects, and equipment support initiatives within areas of assignment and specialty. Prioritizes and provides technical response. in accordance with department policy and the organization Environment of Care guidelines. Interacts with assigned departments and areas to ensure service completion, system functionality, communication, technical feedback, and customer satisfaction.
Performs technical related response and repair intervention meet equipment operational requirements, system availability, and technician on-call assignments according to department policy, guidelines, and service objectives. Responds to equipment problems, evaluates, troubleshoots, and corrects problems up to and including those requiring novel solutions and expert diagnostic skills, involving unfamiliar equipment and having high level of acuity and complexity. Assists in evaluating the need to remove, upgrade, and/or replace malfunctioning medical devices from service based on history, reliability, and cost.
Conducts complete performance assurance and electrical safety testing. Performs preventive, scheduled maintenance on medical devices as required. Assists in the development and implementation of electrical and mechanical testing protocols.
Provides data input, updates, and accurate oversight of accounts. Prepares service documentation, maintenance files, and periodic inventories for review and quality assurance. Prepares and provides ongoing documentation in the form of recall and device alerts, monthly input to the president report, department project schedule status, biomed first response reports, and off site travel and labor summaries.
Manage assigned special equipment, installation, and upgrade projects to ensure quality standards, safety codes, policy requirements, and desired schedules are met. Submit ongoing project status reports and provide final work order submit at the conclusion to document completed outcome.
Coordinates, tracks, and assists with the upgrades, modifications and enhancements to medical devices. Submits ongoing status reports and final documentation to comply with regulatory requirements and manufacturer recommendations.
Consults with medical or laboratory staff to ascertain that equipment functions properly and safely. Demonstrates and explains correct operation of equipment to medical personnel. Conducts or arranges for equipment inservice and training. Provides equipment policy and procedure feedback and instruction.
Participates in equipment maintenance and servicing activity to ensure reliability and readiness of medical assets. Assists with trouble shooting, repairs, and corrective measures for clinical, electronic systems and devices.
Submits department special requisitions for parts, materials, and assemblies necessary to repair and maintain medical and electronic systems within health care facilities. Assist with requisition input to the electronic procurement database for final vendor purchase order.
Ensures life safety concerns and patient/staff safety needs remain as a core focus, as set forth in the Rex Safety Plan, the Environment of Care Manual and Department Procedure Manual. Assists with initiation, review, and updates of equipment policies for presentation to the Equipment Management Committee and Hospital Safety Committee.
Experience: Minimum of six years related experience required.
Education: Diploma, Associate's Degree (AAS) in Biomedical Technology, Information Technology, or Electronics Technology or graduate of military equivalent technical training program.
Licensure: CBET, CET, CLES, & CRES preferred.
Primary Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Department: REXH-56075-Clinical Engineering
Shift: Day Job