Providence Health & Services Imaging Service Technician in Portland, Oregon
Providence is calling a Imaging Service Technician to the Technology Support Services Imaging at Providence Portland Medical Center or Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, OR.
This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) benefitted, day shift position. Schedule is Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 4:00pm.
We are seeking a Imaging Service Technician that will provide repairs, scheduled maintenance, and calibration on diagnostic imaging equipment and ancillary equipment used within the imaging environment. Services imaging equipment in assigned geography which may include but not limited to the following modalities: conventional x-ray, R&F, mammography, ultrasound, CR, Portables, C-Arms. Service in imaging areas is handled through a combination of in-house and contractual service, managed by the Diagnostic Imaging Service Engineer.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Ensure continued safe, reliable equipment operation by repairing and maintaining the Diagnostic Imaging equipment that has been assigned to the Radiology Technical Support Services Department
Maintain detailed and accurate records of repairs and service. Service histories will be reviewed periodically to determine trends that might necessitate a change in service intervals or procedures
Provide on-going Preventative Maintenance, which includes periodic inspections, functional testing, calibrations, lubrication, parts replacement as required by the manufacturer's specifications, equipment environment, past experience and governmental requirements
Maintain an adequate supply of specific and common spare parts to reduce equipment downtime, when appropriate, third party sources or OEM vendors will be used to gain cost savings
Provide consultation, information, training, and support to hospital staff and physicians in evaluating new or proposed Diagnostic Imaging and related systems
Function as the liaison between the manufacturer and the hospital personnel regarding equipment quality and standards before and after purchase
Maintain current knowledge of new instrumentation and state of the art technology through publications, continuing education (seminars, classes, and trade shows) and contact with manufacturers
Actively participate in department meetings and training sessions
Required qualifications for this position includes:
Associate's Degree in Applied Science Degree in Electronics Technology or Biomedical Equipment Technology -OR- Equivalent military training will be accepted in lieu of the degree
Current driver's license
One (1) year experience as a Radiological Service Technician, OR
Two (2) years of work experience as a Current Providence Health & Services Biomedical Equipment Technician
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Job Category: Biomedical Techs
Req ID: 299455