Biomedical Engineering Technicians shall be responsible but not limited to the following
- Repair, calibration, and maintenance of medical equipment and instrumentation
- Inspect and install medical and related technical equipment such as patient monitors, electrocardiographs, blood-gas analyzers, x-ray units, defibrillators, electrosurgical equipment
- Effectively utilize test equipment to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on medical equipment.
- Produce and provide accurate and concise documentation of services in accordance to Joint Commission regulations.
Specific Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities,
· Education or Experience equivalent to military training and/ or AAS in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Electronics training, Information Technology training (with respect to Networked Medical Devices).
· Experience in a broad range of medical technologies, lab experience or familiarity preferred. CBET, CRES, CLET, Net+ Certifications preferred.
· Thorough understanding of appropriate regulations as they are applied in the clinical setting and to a Medical Equipment Management Program.
· Ability to effectively utilize test equipment to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on medical equipment and healthcare information systems.
· Ability to keep accurate and concise documentation of services in accordance to Joint Commission regulations.
· Depth of knowledge of medical device technology to provide consultative advice to Lead and Chief of section on equipment as well as provide end user training to clinical staff.