Clinical Engineer

Associate's degree
Previous experience required
Responsible for the inventory, inspection, preventative maintenance (PM), testing, and calibration of HRHS biomedical equipment. Performs repairs and inspections with general supervision on equipment commensurate with training and experience. Manages repair from the initial request until completion. The Clinical Engineer role is to ensure prompt and appropriate service in response to daily incidents and requests, along with assigned project related workload. Ensures all documentation is accurate, completed, and submitted in accordance with approved policy and procedures. Monitor incidents and requests to ensure timely completion/closure and ensure all requests and configurations comply with security and other regulatory requirements. Performs related duties and takes full responsibility under the direction of the Clinical Engineering Management Team.
All individuals, within the scope of their position, are responsible to perform their job in light of the Mission & Values of the Health System. Regardless of position, every job contributes to the challenge of providing health care. There is an ongoing responsibility for ensuring that the values of Respect, Compassion, Justice, Hospitality, Holistic Approach, Stewardship and Collaboration are present in our interactions with one another in the service we provide.
Associate's Degree in Biomedical Technology preferred; combination of relevant education and experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
3- 5 years biomedical equipment work experience preferred.
BMET Certification preferred.
Working knowledge of delivery systems (Healthcare, LifeCare, HomeCare, and Physician practice)
Demonstrated experience in healthcare software, hardware, and enterprise solutions.
Ability to ensure all processes and workflows are documented.
Ability to effectively organize and prioritize workload to meet service level agreements.
Advanced technical skills as required for technical support specific to functional area and related systems.

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