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Department: Clinical Engineering
Schedule: full-time
Shift: day
Hours: m-f variable 8:00AM-4:30PM
Job Details:
  • EEO/AA/M/F/Disability/Vet Employer
  • Provides equipment service and support, to include repairs, preventive maintenance, quality assurance inspections, installation, testing, calibration, troubleshooting and general maintenance on one or more categories of general biomedical patient care equipment and related technologies at multiple facilities. Assists and/or review work performed by other service providers, both McLaren staff as well as external vendors, in completion of repair and maintenance work activities. Assists with installation planning, acceptance testing and ongoing up-time management of newly purchased specialty equipment. Routinely travels to all assigned hospitals, affiliates and other external business entities (contractual) to provide technical services per departmental policy.

    Qualifications: An Associates degree in electronics, biomedical engineering, or equivalent technical training.  Participation in internship program desirable. Knowledgeable on use and operation of software based products, to include general PC based systems; database and office software applications. Valid (current) Michigan drivers license, with ability to travel to external sites. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities to be acquired to maintain employment status Demonstrated knowledge of state-of-the-art electronic test equipment; troubleshooting techniques; and general equipment repair techniques. Ability to communicate and function independently in a customer focused service environment, and to use computer software based work order tracking systems as a means to fully document repair and maintenance services performed. Ability to use vendor supplied service documentation, technical manuals and general electronic industry parts specification materials in order to test, troubleshoot, maintain and repair all components of assigned equipment and related systems. Ability and willingness to travel to remote hospital sites and to periodically conform to a flexible work schedule on an as-needed basis, to include weekend and after normal working hours. Demonstrated ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and policy and procedures manuals. Ability to solve practical problem and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Knowledge of occupational health and safety, MDPH standards, ergonomics, workers' compensation, and OSHA regulations. Demonstrated ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Demonstrated ability to interact with people at various levels in a courteous, tactful and poised manner. Demonstrated ability to understand device specific operational aspects of multiple types of medical devices and systems, and to instruct clinical staff on proper use and testing of these devices.

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