Maintains clinical equipment through the effective use of the Medical Equipment Management Plan in compliance with the Joint Commission Standards. Performs a variety of routine tasks associated with the installation, preventative maintenance, calibration and repair of a limited scope of stand-alone biomedical equipment under guidance and direct supervision. May also coordinate vendor maintenance activities. Demonstrates basic knowledge of the job, activity or function and requires supervision or mentoring on advanced assignments.
Associate's degree in Biomedical or Electronics Technology or related field or equivalent military training required.
1 to 3 years of related experience required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:
Basic understanding and skills related to general electromechanical systems and devices, including basic clinic equipment, SCDs, pumps, etc
Basic understanding of safety issues surrounding medical equipment.
Basic understanding of both local and national public safety and regulatory issues.
Ability to apply basic safety concepts to work and patient care environment.
Ability to read, understand and apply existing contract requirements.
Ability to communicate effective both verbally and in writing to groups or individuals.
Basic ability to build customer and vendor relationships.
Ability to interact with others in a way that promotes trust.
Ability to identify areas for continuous learning and improvement
Basic ability to develop and use collaborative skills and teamwork to facilitate work goals.
Ability to modify own behavior to accommodate tasks/situations.
Basic ability to maintain effectiveness when experiences changes in work and responsibility.
Demonstrates commitment to PSH Values.
Basic understanding and can communicate the use of devices supported.
Familiarity with the operations and environment that they support (hospital, clinic, etc.).
Ability to plan and organize work to assure timely and accurate completion.
Ability to identify basic issues, problems and opportunities and take action within scope of this job that is consistent with available facts, constraints and probable consequences.
Ability to identify continuous improvement opportunities.
Valid driver's license preferred.
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