Henry Ford Health System Biomedical Equipment Tech II (Detroit Campus) in Detroit, Michigan
Has achieved the level of Biomedical technician, the competencies of the job title and a minimum of 4 years of experience. Generally works independently. Is working toward mastery in at least one specialty area through experience and formal OEM training (See list of specialty areas). Provides technical leadership and guidance to other Clinical Engineering staff throughout the HFHS to maintain medical devices and systems. Improves quality, and efficiency, while reducing costs through the elimination of vendor service.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Completion of an Associate's Degree in Biomedical Electronics Technology, or Associate's Degree in Electronic Technology, or equivalent education and training required. Knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and medical terminology required.
Has a minimum of 4 years experience as a Biomedical Technician.
Is working toward mastery in at least one specialty area through experience and OEM certification.
Has successfully worked in the chosen specialty area for a minimum of 1 year, as evidenced by call back rate, response time to requests, parts usage, customer satisfaction, and other departmental criteria.
Through completion of the Clinical Engineering Skills Competency Assessment shows a basic well rounded knowledge and exhibits continual improvement on an annual basis.
Provides technical leadership and guidance to other Clinical Engineering staff throughout the HFHS.
Contributes to the creation and maintenance of support documentation in his or her area of expertise.
Proven mechanical aptitude and analytical skills for understanding electronic circuitry and for trouble-shooting biomedical / electronic equipment.
Proven use of basic electronic test equipment.
Ability to learn new technology through applying existing knowledge and skill set.
Eye/hand coordination to work with finely detailed electromechanical parts and systems.
Demonstrated computer skills. Effective written and verbal communication skills.
Physical ability to move and lift equipment as required.
Valid driver's license required.
Versatile in finding resources maintaining quality and keeping costs low.
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