Maintains records, writes reports, and coordinates outside repairs. Advanced knowledge of policies, practices, procedures, and types of equipment.
Ensures that the biomedical equipment compliant with Federal, State, and/or applicable regulatory requirements; implements quality control standards and maintains budget and vendor relationships. Performs biomedical equipment maintenance and repair.
Performs maintenance cycles, to include but not limited to calibrating, repairing, inspecting and overhauling military inventory of various types of medical equipment.
Performs technical inspections of new, used or reconditioned medical equipment.
Performs preventive maintenance and electrical safety testing of clinical equipment, devices and systems. Determines associated support items of equipment in order to perform scheduled services and maintenance repairs and calibration; supply support and provisioning requirements; and training requirements.
Prepares necessary support documentation and purchase requisitions of parts.
Performs other related duties, as assigned or required.
Preferred graduate of the Department of Defense (DoD) Medical Equipment Repairers Course or Certified through the International Certification Commission (CBET) or have at least earned an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Medical Equipment Technology.
4 – 6 years knowledge of schematics and works independently on repairs, safety testing, and preventive maintenance (PM). Excellent communications skills, both verbally and in writing. Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
Ability to speak, read, hear and understand English.
Ability to lift up to 40 pounds of equipment; to push/pull equipment carts; and to kneel, stand, bend, and reach during equipment repair.