Munson Medical Center Biomedical Equipment Tech III in Traverse City, Michigan
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS High school graduate (GED or equivalent). Must possess an Associates degree in Biomedical Equipment Technology or Electronics Technology or be military trained in biomedical equipment service. Possess a minim of two years' experience in healthcare biomedical equipment repair and calibration. Demonstrable experience and understanding of the theory of operation and physiological principles associated with the use of biomedical instrumentation and test equipment needed to maintain and calibrate medical devices. Must be able to lift medium loads (50 pounds of less) occasionally (0-33% of the workday); must be able to work seated and walk frequently (34-67% of the workday); must have good hearing and speaking ability.
ORGANIZATION Biomedical 2 Technicians work under the direction of the Clinical Engineering Manager. Also receives direction from Lead and/or Biomedical 3 Technicians. Working area covers all Munson Healthcare owned and affiliated facilities. Has daily working contact with hospital employees, medical staff, patients and visitors. Some projects will include working together with other Munson Healthcare departments such as Plant Engineering and Information Systems. Biomedical 2 Technicians might be required to lead the activities of other Munson Healthcare personnel assigned to assist with specific projects. Biomedical Technicians might be involved in "on-the-job" training of other Clinical Engineering staff as requested by supervision.
SPECIFIC DUTIES 1. Supports the mission, vision, and values statements of Munson Healthcare.
Embraces and supports the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) philosophy of Munson Healthcare: We are committed to the name "Munson" meaning excellence. We will provide services that meet our customers' requirements every time.
Has basic understanding of Relationship-Based Care (RBC) principles, meets expectations outlined in Commitment to My Co-workers, and supports RBC unit action plans.
Acknowledges that safety is self-responsibility. Knows the physical requirements of the job and work within those guidelines. Performs job duties safely at all times, utilizing learned body mechanics and transferring/lifting techniques. Plans actions to promote safety. Reports any unsafe situation/equipment according to Hospital procedure.
Must be familiar with and be able to demonstrate use of common electrical test equipment, including oscilloscopes, DMM's and others special test equipment and simulators specific to medical equipment calibration and repair.
May be consulted regarding various code requirements and compliance by members of management within the healthcare system.
May be required to demonstrate the repair and operations of associated equipment to other Clinical Engineering employees.
Must be able to read and interpret specifications, blueprints, wiring diagrams, installation manuals, applications notes, technical manuals, engineering drawings, schematics, ladders diagrams and also be able to prepare drawing and sketches.
Must be able to perform job assignments in a professional and businesslike manner.
Must be able to prepare reports, keep records and maintain a clean and orderly work area.
Must be able to analyze and isolate the medical systems mechanical or electronic malfunction, determine repairs required, initiate paperwork to order parts, determine downtime, repair, adjust and calibrate all within a reasonable time period.
Must be able to examine medical equipment systems for sign of improper operation, evidence of deterioration, unreported malfunctions and suitability of unit to requirements.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.