Providence Health & Services Biomedical Equipment Technician in Portland, Oregon
Providence is calling a Biomedical Equipment Technician (1.0 FTE, Days) to Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland,OR.
We are seeking a Biomedical Technician that will provide scheduled maintenance, minor repairs and electrical safety inspections on general patient care medical equipment under the general supervision of the Biomedical Services Manager. Work assigned is moderate in difficulty with general training. Services are performed on, but not limited to, infusion devices, vital signs monitors, compression units and other like devices at multiple locations within Providence. The Biomedical Technician operate test equipment and other instrumentation in performing tests, inspections and repairs, and is responsible for accurately documenting these services on designated forms and within the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS).
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Perform scheduled maintenance as assigned and completes the required documentation in the CMMS by the end of their next scheduled shift. Uses scheduled work orders, manufacturer's literature and assistance from other BMETs, Senior/Lead Technician, or the Biomedical Services Manage
Perform minor repairs of medical equipment as assigned using manufacturer's literature and guidance from other BMETs, Senior/Lead Technician, or the Biomedical Services Manager and completes required documentation and entry in the CMMS by the end of their next scheduled shift
Draw parts form stock and places requests for new parts as needed. Helps to maintain inventory stock levels for equipment assigned through review with Senior Technician and Technical Coordinator
Evaluate and prioritize work load to accomplish the best possible service given the resources at hand and provides feedback to the designated Senior/Lead Technician and/or the Biomedical Services Manager
Analyze data and provides input to the designated Senior/Lead Technician and other BMETs on equipment issues discovered during testing in order to enhance department capabilities and coverage. Notification must occur within one week of discovery.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Associate Degree in Biomedical Equipment Technology/Electronics Technology -or- military experience
Current driver's license
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- 1 year experience with patient care electronic medical devices at a circuit level
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Job Category: Biomedical Techs
Req ID: 263558